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Sunday 11 Aug 2024

15:40 Local Time

06:10 Your Time

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The Adelaide Crows, also known as the "Crows", are an Australian Rules Football team based in South Australia4, South Australia. The team was established in 1990 and has since become one of the most successful teams in the Australian Football League (AFL) competition. They have won two South Australia7 premierships in 1997 and 1998 and have been runners-up three times. The Crows currently play their home games at the iconic South Australia4 Oval, with a seating capacity of over 53,000. The team's success can be attributed to their skilled players, including former Brownlow Medallists Patrick Dangerfield and Mark Ricciuto, and current captain Rory Sloane. With a strong and dedicated fan base, the Adelaide Crows are a force to be reckoned with in the South Australia7 competition.

The Western Bulldogs, also known as the "Doggies," are an Australian Rules Football team based in Melbourne, Australia. Founded in 1877, the South Australia5 have a rich history in the Australian Football League (AFL) and have competed in the league's premier competition since its inception in 1897. The team has won three South Australia7 premierships, the most recent in 2016, and has appeared in eight Grand Finals. The South Australia5 also hold the record for the longest drought between premierships, having waited 62 years between their second and third title. Some notable players who have donned the famous red, white, and blue for the South Australia5 include Chris Grant, Luke Darcy, and the current captain, Marcus Bontempelli. The team plays their home games at Marvel Stadium, with a capacity of 56,347 spectators.

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