Gold Coast Suns vs Adelaide Crows Tips, Odds and Teams – AFL 2016 Round 9

Saturday’s (21/05/2016) AFL 2016 Round 9 match is between Gold Coast Suns and Adelaide Crows. The opening bounce is set to commence at 19:50 local time with the game to be played at Metricon Stadium. The away team Adelaide Crows are the favourite for the match. View our preview and teams for the game between Gold Coast Suns and Adelaide Crows.


When: 14:10 | Saturday 21/05/2016

Where: Metricon Stadium



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Tip: Adelaide Crows at $1.09


Value Bet: First Goalscorer: Taylor Walker at $9.00


B: H.Schade, J.Leslie, S.Lemmens

HB: J.Harbrow, S.Day, K.Kolodjashnij

C: C.Ah Chee, M.Rischitelli, M.Shaw

HF: L.Russell, T.Lynch, J.Martin

F: B.Matera, P.Wright, R.Davis

R: D.Currie, J.Lonergan, D.Prestia

I/C: J.Grant, N.Malceski, D.MacPherson, S.Tape

EMG: T.Nicholls, K.Brooksby, M.Willis

IN: M.Rischitelli, D.Currie, R.Davis, L.Russell, S.Tape, P.Wright

OUT: G.Ablett (Concussion), T.Nicholls (Omitted), K.Brooksby (Omitted), A.Saad (Hamstring), A.Hall (Shoulder), T.Miller (Ankle).


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

HB: R.Henderson, K.Hartigan, B.Smith

C: C.Cameron, R.Sloane, R.Atkins

HF: J.Lyons, J.Jenkins, M.McGovern

F: T.Lynch, T.Walker, E.Betts

R: S.Jacobs, R.Douglas, S.Thompson

I/C: N.Van Berlo, P.Seedsman, K.Cheney

EMG: B.Crouch, H.Wigg, D.Gore

IN: N.Van Berlo, J.Lyons

OUT: B.Crouch (Omitted), M.Crouch (Soreness).


Adelaide coach Don Pyke’s patience is being tested by some of his underperforming AFL players.

But the Crows coach isn’t convinced it’s time to wield a selection axe despite three losses in four weeks.

“It’s a balancing act,” Pyke told reporters on Wednesday.

“Some of those guys played some really powerful and strong footy in the first part of the year.

“That will be a good discussion point, as to what point do we feel the need to bring in some fresh faces and fresh blood … we’ll see the result of that after match committee.”

Pyke and his committee meet later Wednesday to settle a side for Saturday’s away fixture against Gold Coast.

But he hinted the midfield brigade, soundly beaten in the past two losses against the Western Bulldogs and Geelong, would be afforded another opportunity.

“It’s not like you just go ‘let’s throw all the guys out’,” he said.

“There is some high quality players and individuals in there who, for one reason or another, aren’t performing at their level that they have in the past.

“And we have a challenge as a coaching group to get them back up to that. That is the discussions that are ongoing.

“But one thing I have learnt over the years is you don’t want to be negative against a group of players who have done a lot of really positive things over their careers.”

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