Sunday’s (28/06/2015) only AFL 2015 Round 13 match is between Carlton Blues and Gold Coast Suns. The opening bounce is set to commence at 15:20 local time with the game to be played at Etihad Stadium. The away team Gold Coast Suns are the favourites for the match. View our preview and teams for the game between Carlton Blues and Gold Coast Suns.
When: 15:20 | Sunday 28/06/2015
Where: Etihad Stadium
Tip: Gold Coast Suns at $2.80
Value Tip: First Goalscorer: Casboult, Levi at $10.00
B Zach Tuohy, Sam Rowe, Sam Docherty
HB Kade Simpson, Simon White, Dylan Buckley
C Chris Yarran, Andrew Carrazzo, Ed Curnow
HF Dennis Armfield, Levi Casboult, Nick Graham
F Andrejs Everitt, Lachie Henderson, Matthew Kreuzer
FOL Cameron Wood, Patrick Cripps, Marc Murphy
I/C Tom Bell, Blaine Boekhorst, David Ellard, Nick Holman, Michael Jamison, Troy Menzel, Jason Tutt (Three to be omitted)
IN Michael Jamison, David Ellard, Jason Tutt, Blaine Boekhorst, Nick Holman in for
OUT Andrew Walker, Bryce Gibbs.
B Henry Schade, Trent McKenzie, Jarrod Harbrow
HB Kade Kolodjashnij, Steven May, Adam Saad
C Luke Russell, Touk Miller, Jesse Lonergan
HF Andrew Boston, Tom J. Lynch, Harley Bennell
F Brandon Matera, Charlie Dixon, Sam Day
FOL Tom Nicholls, Michael Rischitelli, Mitch Hallahan
I/C Alex Sexton, Nick Malceski, Jack Leslie, Matt Shaw, Andrew Raines, Peter Wright, Sean Lemmens (Three to be omitted)
IN Steven May, Matt Shaw, Harley Bennell, Sam Day, Andrew Sexton
OUT Danny Stanley, Clay Cameron.
Carlton midfielder Bryce Gibbs has been offered a two-match AFL suspension for his sling tackle which led to Port Adelaide’s Robbie Gray being knocked out.
If Gibbs chooses to challenge the rough conduct charge at the tribunal and is unsuccessful, he will be banned for three games.
The incident occurred during the second quarter of Saturday’s clash at the MCG which the Blues won by four points – only their second victory of 2015.
It was graded as careless conduct with high impact to the head by the match review panel.
Gibbs won Carlton’s best and fairest award last year and will be difficult to replace if he is sidelined for the upcoming matches against Gold Coast and the Western Bulldogs. If he fights the ban and fails he would also miss Carlton’s round 15 clash with Richmond.
Gray was substituted out of the match but is fully expected to play in Port’s next game against Sydney on July 2.
Hawthorn duo Ben Stratton and Josh Gibson can both accept $1000 fines after being charged with striking Adelaide opponents during the round-12 victory over the Crows.
Stratton was booked for striking Eddie Betts and Gibson was charged for striking Charlie Cameron.
But teammate Sam Mitchell was not sanctioned for an incident involving Taylor Walker, with the MRP ruling he was entitled to protect himself and brace for contact from the Crows captain.
North Melbourne skipper Andrew Swallow can also accept a $1000 fine for tripping GWS Giants midfielder Josh Kelly.
Geelong onballer Mathew Stokes will be docked $1500 if he pleads guilty to a second charge of making careless contact with an umpire.
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