The fourth match of the day is between Carlton Blues and Richmond Tigers. The opening bounce will commence at 7:40pm with the game being played at the MCG. View our live scores, results and dream team points.
The last time these two teams met was in Round 1 this year in which Carlton won by fourty four points at the MCG.
Carlton make four changes to their team this week with Matthew Kreuzer, Kane Lucas, Marcus Davies and Zach Tuohy replacing Paul Bower, Jordan Russell, Matthew Watson and Nick Duigan in the squad.
Richmond only make the one change to their team with Jake King coming back into the team for Brett O’Hanlon.
Richmond played very well last week but failed to get the points against North Melbourne whilst Carlton where able to get four points against Western Bulldog. The match should be a very tight contest.
WHERE AND WHEN: MCG, Saturday July 28, 7.40pm
LAST TIME: Carlton 18.17 (125) d Richmond 12.9 (81), round one, 2012 at the MCG
Carlton Blues $2.20 vs Richmond Tigers $1.70 at Sportsbet Australia
Carlton Blues $2.30 vs Richmond Tigers $1.64 at Luxbet Australia
- B: Zach Tuohy, Michael Jamison, Aaron Joseph
- HB: Christopher Yarran, Bret Thornton, Heath Scotland
- C: Kane Lucas, Andrew Carrazzo, Bryce Gibbs
- HF: Andrew Collins, Andrew McInnes, Frazer Dale
- F: Jeffrey Garlett, Levi Casboult, Eddie Betts
- Foll: Matthew Kreuzer, Marc Murphy, Brock McLean
- I/C: Dennis Armfield, Marcus Davies, Edward Curnow, Tom Bell
- Emg: Jordan Russell, David Ellard, Nick Duigan
- In: Matthew Kreuzer, Kane Lucas, Marcus Davies, Zach Tuohy
- Out: Paul Bower, Jordan Russell, Matthew Watson, Nick Duigan
- Milestones: Andrew Carrazzo – 150 games
- B: Steven Morris, Alex Rance, Chris Newman
- HB: Bachar Houli, Kelvin Moore, Matt Dea
- C: Shaun Grigg, Trent Cotchin, Brett Deledio
- HF: Dustin Martin, Shane Edwards, Daniel Jackson
- F: Luke McGuane, Jack Riewoldt, Robin Nahas
- Foll: Ivan Maric, Reece Conca, Shane Tuck
- I/C: Jake King, Jayden Post, Brandon Ellis, Addam Maric
- Emg: Angus Graham, Brad Miller, Brett O’Hanlon
- In: Jake King
- Out: Brett O’Hanlon