Sal’s Round 10 Preview – The Mid Week Edition

Greetings All,

 

A pair of double headers over the next couple of evenings after Port and Richmond really displayed their credentials in the last two nights – their upcoming encounter should be a beauty!

 

Joel ($1.34) vs Ben ($3.90)

 

The Cats get out of Perth and back to the home of football in 2020 and take on the Roos who got back on the board with a mighty win over the Crows.  The return of Selwood strengthens Geelong while Ben Brown and Jared Polac return from purgatory for the Roos.  A few players being managed which we will see a bit of over the next couple of weeks.  While North got one on the board and will be better for it, just can’t see that they will be able to dictate this one and get over the Cats

 

The Bryce was Wrong ($3.65) vs Big Macs off the Menu ($1.37)

 

The Crows take eight changes into this one with Bryce Gibbs unable to maintain his place in a pretty ordinary outfit.  Meanwhile the almost as disappointing Demons have decided that too much McDonalds is not good for you and has dumped both of them.  A more combative forward line at ground level will help, the loss of Pickett won’t.  The home ground is a plus for the Crows and they would give themselves some hope against the inconsistent Demons.  Melbourne at its best though is much better than anything we have seen from the Crows so far and reckon they will be too good here.

 

Cheers, Sal

 

 

 

 

 

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Comments

  1. John Butler says

    Sal, you are doing a mighty job keeping up with the ‘Festival of Footy’.

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