Autopsy AFL 2021 ROUND 19 - Demons v Dogs Sat July 24th 7:25pm EST (MCG)

Who will win and by how much?

  • Demons by a goal or less

    Votes: 1 2.9%
  • Dogs by a goal or less

    Votes: 6 17.6%
  • Demos by 7 - 20

    Votes: 7 20.6%
  • Dogs by 7 - 20

    Votes: 12 35.3%
  • Demons by a lot

    Votes: 4 11.8%
  • Dogs by a lot

    Votes: 2 5.9%
  • Draw

    Votes: 2 5.9%

  • Total voters
    34
  • Poll closed .

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Wosh

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1ST V 2ND


AFL 2021 PREMIERSHIP SEASON ROUND 19
MELBOURNE V WESTERN BULLDOGS
SATURDAY JULY 24TH 7:25PM EST (MCG)



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TEAMS

DEMONS

B: Salem, May, Petty
HB: Hibberd, Lever, Rivers
C: Jordon, Petracca, Langdon
HF: Fritsch, McDonald, Neal-Bullen
F: Spargo, Brown, Pickett
FOLL: Gawn, Oliver, Viney

I/C: Harmes, Jackson, Brayshaw, Hunt
EMG: Bedford, Sparrow, Weideman, Smith

IN: Harmes
OUT: vandenBerg (omitted), Sparrow (sub)


BULLDOGS
B: Richards, Keath, Williams
HB: Duryea, Cordy, Dale
C: Macrae, Smith, Daniel
HF: Garcia, Naughton, Weightman
F: Ugle-Hagan, Bruce, Hunter
FOLL: English, Liberatore, Bontempelli

I/C: Schache, Hannan, Smith, Johannisen
EMG: Young, Crozier, Scott, McNeil

IN: Liberatore, Schache, Hannan
OUT: Crozier, McNeil (both omitted), Dunkley (Covid isolation), Scott (sub)





 
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flamethrower

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3 votes...Max Gawn. Will be the difference as Melbourne hammer the Dogs again.
 

BallaratBulldog

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Hopefully when players are in the clear they don’t think to switch to the 1v3 again. I mean really, one thing for lever and May to mark it down the line and another to give it back like that sideways on a turnover. That first quarter last time still puzzles me.
 

Demonic Ascent

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I think the space of the MCG will work in the Dogs favour this time whereas last time we could close them down easier, block their exits/switches at Docklands.

Will be a very interesting game from a tactical perspective, no doubt whoever loses will be written off but there's still a long way to go either way.
 

Dexter6

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I'm really excited for this game.

Last time, Melbourne slaughtered us in the 1st quarter, but after that it was a relatively even game (6.9 vs 7.4). Hopefully the boys have learnt from last time not to shank switches and lower the eyes.
 

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00Stinger

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Extremely odd selection. Praying Bevo's playing silly buggers
Obviously going tall to try and make Lever and May more accountable and make them think twice about zoning of to intercept kicks inside 50

The fact there is a chance of rain and possibly hail makes this a very interesting move. If it is wet I anticipate a late change
 

schmuttt

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Neither team in great form (Especially us). Expecting a scrap in likely wet conditions. Dogs by 11.
 

Boristown

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W.B.
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48.6​
188.7​
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Melbourne older and more experienced, playing at home with their best available 22 playing whereas Dogs are missing 3-5 from their best side.

No excuses, Demons should win this by at least a few goals.
 

ScragCity

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Dees in a close one. Their record against top 8 sides speaks for itself. Dogs will make it a good contest but Dees will be a bit too classy.
 

schmuttt

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Melbourne older and more experienced, playing at home with their best available 22 playing whereas Dogs are missing 3-5 from their best side.

No excuses, Demons should win this by at least a few goals.
GoGriff does this mean we should have lost more than we've won this year considering we've regularly gone in with the younger side?
 

schmuttt

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Also was going to tip the Dogs but I reckon they've stuffed their selection with the wet conditions so Dees by 3pt in an otherwise rubbish game.
 

Boristown

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GoGriff does this mean we should have lost more than we've won this year considering we've regularly gone in with the younger side?
Probably. Having the best injury run of all the clubs does help even it out, less reliance on playing older fringe players (you've been able to avoid playing sh*t trucks like Jones, Melksham, AVB for most of the year for example).

No excuses for the Dees tonight.
 

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