Adelaide Crows vs Sydney Swans Live Scores and Results – AFL 2017 Round 22

Friday‘s AFL 2017 Round 22 match is between Adelaide Crows and Sydney Swans with the game to be played at the Adelaide Oval.

View our AFL live scores, stream, odds and results for the game between Adelaide Crows and Sydney Swans.

When: 19:50 | Friday 18/08/2017

Where: Adelaide Oval

 

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Teams:

CROWS

B: L.Brown, D.Talia, J.Lever

HB: J.Kelly, A.Keath, R.Laird

C: D.Mackay, R.Sloane, B.Smith

HF: C.Cameron, T.Walker, R.Knight

F: T.Lynch, J.Jenkins, E.Betts

FOL: S.Jacobs, B.Crouch, M.Crouch

I/C: H.Greenwood, R.Atkins, R.Douglas, M.McGovern

EMG: P.Seedsman, K.Cheney, W.Milera

Unchanged

 

SWANS

B: D.Rampe, H.Grundy, N.Smith

HB: Z.Jones, L.Melican, J.McVeigh

C: J.Lloyd, J.Kennedy, I.Heeney

HF: G.Hewett, L.Franklin, G.Rohan

F: D.Towers, K.Tippett, S.Reid

FOL: C.Sinclair, L.Parker, D.Hannebery

I/C: W.Hayward, K.Jack, C.Mills, T.Papley

EMG: A.Aliir, J.Dawson, N.Newman

IN: J.Kennedy

OUT: N.Newman

 

AFL News:

Gary Ablett’s ongoing hamstring problem means the Gold Coast star will miss their last AFL home game of the season against Essendon.

But the Suns remain hopeful he will return for their season-ending game on the road against Port Adelaide.

There is ongoing speculation that Ablett will try again to leave Gold Coast and return to Geelong.

The two-time Brownlow Medallist and former Suns captain has not played two games in a row since rounds 11-12.

“Gary is still going along a little bit slowly,” Gold Coast football manager Marcus Ashcroft told the club website.

“I don’t think he’ll be available for this weekend, but we’re holding some hope for our last game against Port Adelaide.”

Meanwhile, Melbourne co-captain Jack Viney is on crutches and in doubt for Sunday’s home game against Brisbane.

Last month, Viney had surgery to fix a plantar fascia problem in his foot and returned ahead of schedule.

He has played in Melbourne’s last four matches.

Also, Richmond are confident that midfielder Josh Caddy will return from a hamstring injury in time for the finals.

They have ruled him out for the last two home-and-away rounds after he went off in the first quarter of Saturday’s loss to Geelong.

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