Gold Coast Suns vs North Melbourne Kangaroos Tips, Odds and Teams – AFL 2016 Round 5

Saturday’s (23/04/2016) AFL 2016 Round 5 match is between Gold Coast Suns and North Melbourne Kangaroos. The opening bounce is set to commence at 16:35 local time with the game to be played at Metricon Stadium. The away team North Melbourne Kangaroos are the favourite for the match. View our preview and teams for the game between Gold Coast Suns and North Melbourne Kangaroos.

 

When: 16:35 | Saturday 23/04/2016

Where: Metricon Stadium

Odds:

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Tip: North Melbourne Kangaroos at $1.55

 

Value Bet: First Goalscorer: Todd Goldstein at $21.00

SUNS

B: M.Rosa, S.Day, A.Saad

HB: A.Sexton, T.McKenzie, K.Kolodjashnij

C: N.Malceski, G.Ablett, J.Harbrow

HF: C.Cameron, T.Lynch, J.Martin

F: T.Miller, P.Wright, J.Grant

R: D.Currie, M.Rischitelli, A.Hall

I/C: L.Russell, C.Ah Chee, S.Lemmens, J.Lonergan

EMG: H.Schade, B.Matera, M.Willis

IN: D.Currie, J.Grant, L.Russell, T.McKenzie, P.Wright

OUT: R.Davis (Rested), S.May (Suspension), D.Prestia (Illness), T.Nicholls (Omitted), K.Brooksby (Omitted).

KANGAROOS

B: M.Firrito, R.Tarrant, L.McDonald

HB: J.Macmillan, S.Thompson, S.Atley

C: S.Gibson, D.Wells, N.Dal Santo

HF: B.Brown, J.Waite, J.Ziebell

F: B.Harvey, D.Petrie, S.Higgins

R: T.Goldstein, B.Cunnington, A.Swallow

I/C: L.Thomas, B.Jacobs, M.Wood, S.Wright

EMG: L.Hansen, A.Mullett, K.Turner

Unchanged.

News:

Now he’s done the crime, Steven May is about to find out his time.

The Gold Coast defender will front the AFL tribunal in person on Tuesday night for the heavy bump that concussed Brisbane ruckman Stefan Martin.

He will most likely receive a five-game ban, at least.

May was referred directly to the tribunal, with no chance of an early plea, for the incident during Saturday’s match.

He has a bad tribunal record, having also received a three-game suspension last year for rough conduct against Brisbane’s Tom Rockliff.

And the Lions skipper has little sympathy for May ahead of the tribunal hearing.

“I wasn’t over the moon about it to be honest,” Rockliff told SEN.

“If he had not got him high and played the footy then you don’t have an issue with it, but when you go past the ball and make the contact to his head then you’re going to be in a fair bit of trouble.

“He was remorseful after it happened and apologised which was good, but if you do the crime, you do the time.

“He’s made it very interesting for the next QClash, that’s for sure.”

The match review panel rated May’s rough conduct charge as careless conduct with severe impact to the head.

One factor that could help May is that Martin received no serious injuries from the impact.

He could play for the Lions on Saturday night against the Western Bulldogs at Etihad Stadium.

May should be the only player to front this week’s tribunal hearing.

West Coast ruckman Scott Lycett is set to accept a one-game striking suspension, while the other seven players facing charges can all accept $1000 fines.

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