Fremantle Dockers vs Adelaide Crows Live Scores, Stream, Odds and Results – AFL 2016 Round 21

Sunday’s third AFL 2016 Round 21 match is between Fremantle Dockers and Adelaide Crows with the game to be played at the Domain Stadium. The opening bounce is set to commence at 16:40 local time with the away team Adelaide Crows currently holding favouritism. View our AFL live scores, stream, odds and results for the game between Fremantle Dockers and Adelaide Crows.


When: 16:40 | Sunday 14/08/2016

Where: Domain Stadium


Fremantle Dockers


B: T.Sheridan, A.Silvagni, L.Spurr

HB: D.Tucker, S.Collins, E.Hughes

C: M.Walters, S.Hill, L.Weller

HF: H.Ballantyne, C.Mayne, S.Yarran

F: M.Apeness, M.Pavlich, Z.Clarke

R: A.Sandilands, D.Mundy, L.Neale

I/C FROM: E.Langdon, D.Pearce, N.Suban, M.Taberner, T.Mzungu, C.Blakely, C.Sutcliffe

In: N.Suban, T.Mzungu, C.Sutcliffe, M.Taberner, C.Blakely

Out: G.Ibbotson (Omitted), H.Crozier (Calf).

Adelaide Crows


B: K.Hartigan, J.Lever, L.Brown

HB: R.Laird, D.Talia, K.Cheney

C: B.Smith, S.Thompson, R.Atkins

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

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

R: R.O’Brien, R.Sloane, B.Crouch

I/C FROM: D.Mackay, C.Ellis-Yolmen, J.Lyons, H.Wigg, M.McGovern, M.Crouch, J.Kelly

IN: S.Thompson, M.McGovern, J.Kelly, H.Wigg

OUT: P.Seedsman (Corked Buttock).


It might have felt like perfection for Adelaide fans but coach Don Pyke says his side’s 138-point thumping of Brisbane was no more than a step in the right direction.

A week after Pyke challenged his players to be ruthless after they conceded late goals in their demolition of Essendon, the Crows stepped on the Lions’ throats, piling on 13 goals to one in the second half of their 27.15 (177) to 6.3 (39) win at Adelaide Oval.

The percentage-boosting win propelled Adelaide to third on the AFL ladder ahead of clashes with Fremantle, Port Adelaide and West Coast.

Pyke said he was pleased with his side’s relentless attitude but stopped short of describing it as a perfect win.

“We don’t really judge it by that. We just look at how we want to play,” he said.

“We can review the game and we’ll find errors in every game. That’s just how it is.

“As I’ve said since day one, we’re really just continuing to try and improve.

“Tonight we took another step forward. We get another four points but the reality is we move on pretty quick.”

Adelaide’s potential to cause damage in the finals was made clear in their spread of goalkickers against Brisbane.

Star forwards Eddie Betts, Taylor Walker and Tom Lynch each booted four majors, Josh Jenkins had three, and a total of 14 Crows shared in the goals.

The final margin was just one point shy of being both the Lions’ biggest-ever loss and the Crows’ biggest-ever win.

Adelaide went into the game without two of its most durable veterans in injured ruckman Sam Jacobs and midfielder Scott Thompson, who was rested.

Pyke said he was yet to decide who else might be managed in coming weeks as the Crows gear up for the finals.

Jacobs will be assessed early in the week after being ruled out of the Brisbane game with a sprained ankle.

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