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The 2019 AFL Premiership campaign was a disappointing one for the Adelaide Football Club.

The Crows started the year among the flag favourites, but a number of issues on and off the field saw them miss finals altogether.

Can Matthew Nicks make them title contenders once again in 2020, or will it be another year to forget at Adelaide Oval?

About the Adelaide Crows

Established: 1990
Home ground: Adelaide Oval
Coach: Matthew Nicks
Captain: Rory Sloane
Premierships: 2 – 1997-98
2019 ladder finish: 11th

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Updated Adelaide Crows futures betting

2020 Premiership Make Finals Make Top 4 Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
Jan $41 $5 $19 R Sloane $67 C Jones $15 T Walker $51
Feb $41 $5 $19 R Sloane $67 C Jones $15 T Walker $51
Mar $41 $5 $19 R Sloane $67 C Jones $15 T Walker $51
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Adelaide Crows 2020 AFL fixture

Adelaide Crows fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (SA)
1 Sydney Swans Adelaide Oval Saturday, March 21 4:05pm
2 Port Adelaide Power Adelaide Oval Saturday, March 28 7:10pm
3 Brisbane Lions Adelaide Oval Saturday, April 4 4:05pm
4 Richmond Tigers Melbourne Cricket Ground Saturday, April 11 1:15pm
5 Essendon Bombers Adelaide Oval Thursday, April 16 7:10pm
6 St Kilda Saints Marvel Stadium Sunday, April 26 4:10pm
7 Gold Coast Suns Metricon Stadium Saturday, May 2 1:15pm
8 Fremantle Dockers Adelaide Oval Saturday, May 9 1:15pm
9 Melbourne Demons Traeger Park Sunday, May 17 2:50pm
10 Carlton Blues Adelaide Oval Saturday, May 23 4:05pm
11 GWS Giants Giants Stadium Saturday, May 30 4:05pm
12 Western Bulldogs Adelaide Oval Friday, June 5 7:20pm
13 Port Adelaide Power Adelaide Oval Sunday, June 14 3:20pm
14 BYE
15 Collingwood Magpies Melbourne Cricket Ground Sunday, June 28 12:40pm
16 St Kilda Saints Adelaide Oval Saturday, July 4 7:10pm
17 West Coast Eagles Optus Stadium Sunday, July 12 4:50pm
18 Melbourne Demons Adelaide Oval Sunday, July 19 4:10pm
19 Essendon Bombers Marvel Stadium Saturday, July 25 6:55pm
20 Richmond Tigers Adelaide Oval Friday, August 31 6:50pm
21 Hawthorn Hawks UTAS Stadium Saturday, August 8 4:35pm
22 North Melbourne Kangaroos Adelaide Oval Sunday, August 16 4:10pm
23 Geelong Cats GMHBA Stadium TBA TBA

Crows players to watch in 2020

Taylor Walker AFL betting newsTaylor Walker
Born: 25/4/1990
Games: 189
Goals: 426
Position: Forward

This is a big year for ‘Tex’. The Broken Hill native was inconsistent again last season and finished the campaign with 43 goals from 22 games – well below the output expected of an elite key forward. Crows fans will hope Walker shines now that he has relinquished the captaincy.


Brad Crouch AFL betting newsBrad Crouch
Born: 14/1/1994
Games: 83
Goals: 32
Position: Midfielder

Crouch was desperate to leave Adelaide after a career-best season, which shows just how bad things have been around the club. The proposed switch to the Gold Coast never eventuated, however, so it will be interesting to see how the reigning B&F approaches his footy in 2020.


Darcy Fogarty AFL bettingDarcy Fogarty
Born: 25/9/1999
Games: 13
Goals: 18
Position: Forward

The departure of both Eddie Betts and Josh Jenkins has left a huge hole in the Adelaide forward line. Fogarty enjoyed a strong finish to 2019 with big outings against West Coast and Collingwood, so there is some hope that the third-year player can step up alongside Tex Walker.

Adelaide Crows records

Most matches: Andrew McLeod – 340 (1995–2010)
Most goals kicked in one match: Tony Modra – 13 goals (Rd 16, 1993)
Most Best & Fairest awards: Simon Goodwin, Mark Ricciuto, Andrew McLeod – 3 each
Most matches as coach: Neil Craig – 177 (2004–2011)
Most goals in a season: Tony Modra – 129 (1993)
Most career goals: Tony Modra – 440 (1992-1998)

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