North Melbourne vs Collingwood
- Title : North Melbourne vs Collingwood
Collingwood has won five of the last seven meetings between the two teams, including the only meeting last year by 30 points.Since 2013, these two teams have only met once at Marvel Stadium, with North Melbourne winning by 44 points in 2019.
Predictions for North Melbourne vs Collingwood
North Melbourne has lost 15 of their last 16 games, including all three of their home games this season. In two of the last three games, they've been more competitive, losing by 1-39 points to the Geelong Cats and Melbourne Demons, respectively.
Collingwood is in desperate need of a win. They're predicted to win by 1-39 points.
Collingwood has dropped their last five games.
All of Collingwood's matches this season have been decided by a score of 1-39.
In their last five games, Collingwood has failed to cover the spread.
North Melbourne has lost 15 games in a row, including seven this season.
Head to Head
Collingwood has won five of the last seven meetings between the two teams, including the only meeting last year by 30 points.
Since 2013, these two teams have only met once at Marvel Stadium, with North Melbourne winning by 44 points in 2019.
Form for North Melbourne
Despite failing to end their long losing streak, the winless Kangaroos have shown promising signs over a three-week period.
In Round 6, they gave the Geelong Cats a scare, and a fortnight later, they took it right up to the league-leading Melbourne Demons last weekend.
In the interim, the young North Melbourne team struggled against Fremantle at Optus Stadium two weeks ago, losing by 51 points in a 99-48 loss.
North Melbourne's season is still winless under new coach David Noble. Will they be able to get their first win against the Pies?
News from the North Melbourne team
Aiden Bonar is a doubt due to a knee injury that forced him to miss the Melbourne Demons match.
After catching the eye in the VFL last week, youngster Bailey Scott is set for a recall.
After recovering from injury, Luke Davies-Uniacke could be available.
Collingwood has lost six of their seven games this season, including their last five.
The Pies' finals hopes are under threat after their only win of the season, a 21-point victory over Carlton in Round 2.
Collingwood will be looking to put on a better show for their supporters this week after losing to Essendon on Anzac Day and then losing by 24 points to the Gold Coast Suns at the MCG last week.
Collingwood Football Club News
Darcy Moore is expected to return to the Collingwood defence after a three-game stint in the forward line.
Josh Daicos is questionable after missing practice, and Mason Cox and Jeremy Howe are still out.
With performances in the VFL, Reef McInnes, Tom Wilson, Ollie Henry, Jack Madgen, and Brayden Sier have all staked claims for inclusion.
|Prediction||Collingwood by 1-39|
|Start Time||06:35 : 08-May-21|