When is Adelaide Crows vs Collingwood taking place? Tuesday 11th August, 2020 – 09:35 (UK)
Where is Adelaide Crows vs Collingwood taking place? Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
What television channel is Adelaide Crows vs Collingwood on? In the UK, five matches each week will be televised on BT Sport and you can see their schedule here. For the TV channel in Australia, visit this link
Where can I stream Adelaide Crows vs Collingwood? If the match is televised in the UK, then BT Sport subscribers will be able to stream it live via BT Sport Player. Additionally, those with a Watch AFL subscription can stream any 2020 AFL match live (outside of Australia). Those in Australia can stream any match live via AFL Live Pass
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THE TEAM NEWS
- Adelaide Crows were on the end of yet another big defeat as their miserable AFL campaign continued last week and things do not get any easier as they welcome Collingwood to Adelaide Oval.
- The Crows were beaten 37-88 by Melbourne on Wednesday to leave them at 0-10 and they come into this game having scored fewer points than any other side whilst unsurprisingly conceding the most points too.
- They come into this without the suspended Lachlan Murphy, injured Will Hamill and managed Daniel Talia with Chayce Jones and Jake Kelly also dropped so Brodie Smith, Kyle Hartigan, Andrew McPherson, Shane McAdam and Tyson Stengle come into the side.
- Collingwood avoided a third straight loss as they overcame Sydney Swans last week but the Magpies were underwhelming once again and they will be keen to improve against struggling Adelaide Crows.
- The Magpies had to overcome a half-time deficit to earn the win but they were pushed all the way by the Swans and needed a late goal to ensure their victory.
- They have lost Will Hoskin-Elliott, Jamie Elliott, Isaac Quaynor and Adam Treloar to injury whist Ben Reid and Darcy Moore are managed which sees Tim Broomhead, Chris Mayne, Darcy Cameron, Lynden Dunn, Rupert Wills and Travis Varcoe earn call-ups.
Adelaide Crows have shown very few signs of ending their winless run in 2020 and they could be in for more pain as they host Collingwood. The Magpies have not been at their best this campaign but have the potential to challenge for the Premiership, although they will be keen to improve on their 5-4-1 record to give themselves some breathing space in the hunt for the finals. The Crows have been poor on both sides of the ball and having conceded over 100 points in each of their last three clashes with the Magpies, the away side should be able to win by a margin of at least 18 points here.