When is West Coast Eagles vs Adelaide Crows taking place? Saturday 11th July, 2020 – 06:05 (UK)
Where is West Coast Eagles vs Adelaide Crows taking place? Gabba, Brisbane
What television channel is West Coast Eagles vs Adelaide Crows 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
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THE TEAM NEWS
WEST COAST EAGLES
- West Coast Eagles avoided a fourth straight loss in the AFL as they produced a strong display to see off Sydney Swans last week and they will be confident of making it back-to-back wins here.
- The Eagles trailed by two points at the end of the first quarter but responded strongly as they won the next three quarters to run out 77-43 winners as they put their offensive woes behind them.
- Having managed no more than 46 points in their previous three matches, it was a much more assured performance from the Eagles, although they have been forced into two changes here with Brayden Ainsworth and Jarrod Cameron replacing the injured Jamaine Jones and Luke Shuey.
- Adelaide Crows’ miserable start to the season continued as they lost for a fifth successive match and they have now failed to win any of their last eight matches stretching back to last season.
- The Crows have struggled to post points all season and that was the theme again in the 34-54 loss to Fremantle and they are averaging just 36 points per game across their last four matches.
- There are four changes to the Crows’ side this week with Lachlan Murphy suspended and Taylor Walker injured while Ben Crocker and Myles Poholke dropped with Andrew McPherson, Fischer McAsey, David Mackay and Tyson Stengle coming into the line-up.
Adelaide Crows have performed terribly so far this season and they remain at the foot of the ladder as the only side in the AFL without a win to their name so far this campaign. The Crows now face a West Coast Eagles outfit that come into this on the back of a solid win last week. The Eagles have been hit-and-miss so far this year but the struggling Crows are likely to offer little with the ball once again and this should be a straightforward win for the Eagles who can win by at least 30 points.