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In  Depth and  Obscure Trivia  from Round 9 2019  Match Results
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  • The 2nd highest attendance at a 'home and away' match between these two. Highest: 55,824 in Round 22 2018.

  • One of only 92 matches (1 in 168)  won by the team winning only the last quarter.

  • One of only 31 matches (1 in 499)  won by the team winning only the last quarter and having fewer scoring shots.

  • One of only 13 matches (1 in 1,191)  won by the team winning only the last quarter and having 4 or more fewer scoring shots.
    All of the last 3 instances have seen Melbourne as the losing team. Previous:
    Round 18 2018: Geelong 16.4-100 vs Melbourne 14.14-98
    Round 18 2016: West Coast 10.6-66 vs Melbourne 8.12-60

 

  • Melbourne is one of 10 opponents that it has won its last match against and it is now one of 8 that it has won its last 2 matches against.

  • Only the 6th match that it has won by winning only the last quarter (1 in 127) and the 2nd vs Melbourne.

  • Its equal fewer scoring shots in a match where it won by winning only the last quarter. Equal: See in box above,

  • Its 15th win from 19 matches played at the Perth Stadium.

  • Its attendance at the Perth Stadium passed the 1 million mark with this match. (Its first million attendances in W.A. came from 46 matches 1987-90.)

  • It is the only the 8th team to have scored and conceded the same number of points after 9 matches. Previous: Essendon 1913, Essendon 1920, Sydney/SM 1982, Melbourne 1995, Richmond 2001, Hawthorn 2009, Sydney 2011.

  • Its 24 match points with a percentage of 100.0% ranks 90th out of 122 results by reigning Premiers after 9 matches.

  • Its 681 pts. scored this year is its least ever after 9 matches. Previous: 699 in 2008.

  • Its 3rd quarter aggregate of 23.14-152 is its lowest ever after 9 matches . Previous: 20.36-156 in 2007.

  • West Coast is one of 7 opponents that it has lost its last match against and it joins CollingwoodPort Adelaide, Richmond, and St Kilda as the opponents that it has lost its last 2 matches against.

  • One of only 7 matches that it has lost by losing only the last quarter (1 in 344) - with the last 4 instances being in its last 4 seasons.

  • Only the 2nd match that it has lost with 4 more scoring shots in the last 20 seasons. Previous: 8.12-60 vs West Coast 10.6-66 in Round 18 2016 at Subiaco Oval.

  • Its 34th loss from 45 matches played in W.A. 1987-2019.

  • Only its 3rd loss from 11 matches played outside of Victoria 2018-19.

  • It is averaging scoring 5 fewer goals each match this year compared to after 9 matches last year.

  • If it had won the last quarter in this match, it would have had an even record of 4 wins and 5 losses in each quarter played this year.

  • In matches played 1987-2019, it 2 lowest win percentages against opponents are 31.13% vs Geelong and 32.69% vs West Coast.

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  • The 8th highest attendance at a 'home and away' match between these two. Highest: 81,386 in Round 16 2010 at the MCG.

  • The 83rd match between these two with a margin of 40 pts. or more and the 69th won by Collingwood - including all of the last 6 (2010-19)

  • One of only 3 even 3rd quarters between these two. Previous: Round 5 1936 (Collingwood won match by 45 pts.) and Round 22 1983 (Collingwood won match by 63 pts.)

  • St Kilda is one of 13 opponents that it has won its last match against and it joins 11 other opponents that it has won its last 2 matches against.

  • St Kilda is now its first opponent that it has won 100 more matches against than it has lost.

  • The 16th time that it has won a last quarter vs St Kilda by 6 goals or more. Previous: 47 pts. in Round 11 2014.

  • Its 4th consecutive win at the MCG for only the 2nd time in the last 5 seasons. Previous: Round 11, 12, 14, and 16 2018.

  • Its percentage of 129.5% is its highest after 9 matches since 166.9% in 2011.

  • This year is only its 3rd where it has won all of its first 9 1st quarters. Previous: 1913 and 1977.

  • Its for and against from 1st quarter results this year of 259.8% is its highest ever after 9 matches. Previous: 255.3% in 1948.

  • It is the 145th team to be on 7 wins and 2 losses after 9 matches - 33 of the previous 144 (22.9%) went on to take the Premiership.

  • Collingwood is one of 11 opponents that it has lost its last match against and is now one of 11 opponents that it has lost its last 2 matches against.

  • Collingwood joins Carlton (55 wins, 162 losses) as the opponents that it has lost 100 more matches matches against than it has won.

  • The 115th time that it has lost a last quarter by 6 goals or more and the 7th time 2014-19.

  • The 820th match that it has played 1897-2019 with a margin of 40 pts. or more and the 541st that it has lost. (Win% 34.10).

  • Its 4th loss from its last 10 matches at the MCG.

  • Its 2nd quarter win% of 77.8% is its highest after 9 matches since 88.9% in 2004.

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  • The 30th highest attendance at 'home and away' match between these two. Highest: 47,279 in Round 10 2002 at Football Park.

  • The 14th highest attendance from 23 matches between these two at the Gabba. Highest: 34,469 in Round 8 2003.

  • The first match between these two with a margin of 1 point.

  • Adelaide is now one of 9 opponents that it has won its last match against.

  • Its previous narrowest win vs Adelaide was by 9 pts. - 11.6-72 vs 8.15-63 in Round 8 2005.

  • This win leaves Geelong and Richmond as its only opponents that it has lost all of its last 8 matches against.

  • Its 12th win from 25 matches vs Adelaide at the Gabba and its first since Round 21 2012.

  • The 12th match that it has played with a margin of 1 pt. and the 6th that it has won (but the first won since Round 15 2006 vs Nth Melbourne.)

  • The first time since 2008 that it has defeated an opponent placed 3rd on the ladder 9 or more matches into the season.

  • The first time that it has had 3 consecutive wins in QLD since rounds19, 21, and 22, 2013.

  • Its total attendances 1987-2019 passed the 17 million mark with this match.

  • Its percentage of 103.5% is its highest after 9 matches since 109.2% in 2008.

  • Brisbane is now one of 9 opponents that it has lost its last match against.

  • This lost makes for Gold Coast and St Kilda as its only opponents that it has won its last 8 matches against.

  • The 8th match that it played with a margin of 1 pt. and the 5th that it has lost -  including 5 of the last 6 (1997-2019).

  • Its first loss from its last 10 matches played in Queensland. (4 matches vs Gold Coast and 6 vs Brisbane.)

  • Its 10th loss from its last 16 matches played outside of S.A. 2018-19.

  • The 86 goals that it has conceded this year is its least after 9 matches. Previous: 91 in 2006.

  • Its 1st quarter aggregate score of 19.28-142 is its equal lowest after 9 matches. Equal: 20.22-142 in 2014.

 

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  • The17th highest attendance for a 'home and away' match between these two. Highest: 46,818 in Round 21 2009 at Docklands.

  • The 4th highest attendance for a match between these two played in Geelong. Highest: 38,844 in Round 1 1957 at Kardinia Park.

  • The 48th match between these two with a margin of 40 pts. or more and the 40th won by Geelong - including all of the last 18 (1988-2019).

  • Its only opponents that it has not won its last match against are the Giants and Richmond.

  • Its 17 wins from its last 20 matches vs the Bulldogs is its 2nd most from its last 20 matches against all opponents. Most: 18 wins vs Brisbane and Port Adelaide.

  • Its 773rd match with a margin of 40 pts. or more and the 470th that it has won (Win% of 60.80%) - including winning 23 of the last 26 (2016-19).

  • The 18th time that it has kicked 20 goals vs WB/Footscray (first in 1936). It has conceded 20 goals in 7 matches vs the Bulldogs (first in 1973 and last in 2005).

  • This was its 222nd win from its last 300 matches - its most from any sequence of 300 matches 1897-2019. See: Best 300

  • This year is only its 3rd where it has been top of the ladder after each round from 2 to 9. Previous: 1953 and 1964.

  • Its 87th win from its last 100 matches at Kardinia Park 2006-2019 (1 drawn.)
    (It won 57 of its first 100 matches there 1941-53.)

  • This year is it 12th where is has lost no more than 1 of its first 9 matches. Previous: 1901, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1953, 1964, 1968, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2013.

  • Its first quarter win percentage of 88.9% is its equal highest after 9 matches. Equal: 88.9% in 1917, 1921, 1925, 2007, 2009, and 2014.

  • Its quarters won percentage of 77.78% is its equal highest after 9 matches played. Equal: 77.78% in 1989.

  • It is the 87th team to be on 8 wins and 1 loss after 9 matches - 25 of the the previous 86 (29.1%) went on to take the Premiership.

  • Geelong is now one of 10 opponents that it has lost its last match against and its 17 losses from its last 20 matches vs Geelong is its most from its last 20 against all opponents. Next most: 14 losses vs West Coast.

  • Its 604th match with a margin of 40 pts. or more and the 366th that it has lost (Win% of 39.40%) - including losing 15 of the last 18 (2017-19).

  • Its win percentage of 21.01% from matches played at Geelong 1925-2019 is the lowest of all of Geelong's opponents that have played them at Geelong 1925-2019. Next lowest: St Kilda 21.92%.

  • The equal highest score that it has conceded in the last 4 seasons. Equal: 20.13-133 vs GWS in Round 1 2018.

  • Its first quarter win percentage of 11.1% this year is its equal lowest after 9 matches played. Equal: 11.1% in 1982 and 1997.

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  • The 23rd highest attendance at a 'home and away' match between these two. Highest: 49, 021 in Round 2 2018 at Perth Stadium.

  • The 2nd lowest attendance at match played at Docklands between these two. Lowest: 27,461 in Round 2 2009. Highest: 42,665 in Round 23 2017.

  • The lowest aggregate score in a match between these two. Previous:
    132 pts. in Round 6 2015 - Essendon 7.10-52 vs Fremantle 12.8-80.

  • The first match between these two where the margin at the end of each quarter was no more than 8 pts.

  • Fremantle is one of 8 opponents that it has won its last match against and it joins Brisbane, Gold Coast, Nth Melbourne, Port Adelaide, and West Coast as the opponents that it has won its last 2 matches against.

  • Its 11th win from 12 matches vs Fremantle at Docklands.

  • Its 8th win from its last 11 matches at Docklands (2018-19)

  • Its lowest winning score vs Fremantle. Previous: 10.12-72 vs 9.14-68 in Round 3 2013.

  • This year 55.56% of its matches have had aggregate scores of less than 150 pts. which is currently  its highest percentage in a season since 66.67% in 1965.

  • Essendon is one of 11 opponents that it has lost its last match against and it is now one of 8 opponents that it has lost its last 2 matches against.

  • This year 55.56% of its matches have had aggregate scores of less than 150 pts. which is currently  its highest percentage in a season ever. Previous: 37.50% in 2015.

  • Its 18th loss from 23 matches played outside of W.A.  2017-19.

  • Its 6th loss from 8 matches played at Docklands 2016-19.

  • Its last quarter win percentage of 77.8% is its equal highest after 9 matches. Equal: 77.8% in 1996 and 2010.

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  • The lowest attendance from 3 matches between these two played at Bellerive Oval. Highest: 16,495 in Round 22 2016.

  • The 29th match between these two with a margin of 1 to 5 pts. and the 14th won by Sydney/SM - including 4 of the last 5 (1999-2019).

  • The first time these two have played consecutive matches with margins of 6 or fewer pts. since Sydney/SM's 3 and 1 pt. wins in Round 12 1969 and Round 2 1970.

  • One of only four instances of a team  in consecutive rounds with the same margin and points score. See: Coincidence

  • Nth Melbourne, Carlton, Collingwood, Essendon, Fremantle, St Kilda, and West Coast are the opponents that it has won its last match against and North joins Carlton, Fremantle, St Kilda, and West Coast as the opponents that it has won its last 2 matches against.

  • Its 291st match (1897-2019) decided by 1 to 5 points and the 140th that it has won - including 5 of the last 6 (2017-19)

  • One of 9 matches (1 in 271) that it has won after scoring more than 57% of its total score in the 2nd quarter and its first since Round 15 2004 vs Adelaide.

  • Its 3rd win from 3 matches vs Nth Melbourne at Bellerive Oval.

  • Its 4th win from its 9 matches played outside of NSW after winning 8 of the previous 9.

  • Its 18th consecutive match without conceding 100 pts vs Nth Melbourne - its equal longest streak. Equal: 18 matches 1925-35.

  • Its percentage of 84.9% is its lowest after 9 matches since 81.8% in 1994.

  • Its quarters won percentage of 40.28% is its lowest after 9 matches since 40.28% in 1996.

  • Sydney is one of 11 opponents that it has lost its last match against and it joins Collingwood, Essendon, Geelong, Port Adelaide, and Richmond as the opponents that it has lost its last 2 matches against.

  • Its 5th loss from 19 matches played at Bellerive Oval (3 vs Sydney).

  • One of 7 matches (1 in 282) that it has lost to an opponent scoring more than 57% of its total score in the 2nd quarter and its first since Round 1 2018 vs Gold Coast.

  • Its 221st match (1925-2019) decided by 1 to 5 points and the 108th that it has lost - including 6 of the last 10 (2017-19)

  • Its 2 wins this year is its equal least after 9 matches since 1973. Equal: 2 wins in 1984, 1990, 2006, and 2011.

  • Its 2nd quarter win percentage of 11.1% is its equal lowest after 9 matches. Equal: 11.1% in 1962,

 
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  • The second highest attendance at a match between these two. Highest: 34,288 in Round 23 2017 at the Adelaide Oval.

  • Gold Coast is one of 8 opponents that it has won its last match against and its 10 wins from its last 10 matches against it is its most from its last 10 matches against all opponents. Next most: 8 wins vs Melbourne and St Kilda.

  • The 2nd least that it has conceded in a 2nd half vs Gold Coast. Least: 1.1-7 in Round 23 2017.

  • Only the 2nd time that it has trailed Gold Coast at 1/4 and 1/2 time. Previous: Round 21 2014.

  • Its 3rd win from its last 9 matches at the Adelaide Oval.

  • Its for and against percentage from 2nd quarter results of 169.5% is its highest ever after 9 matches. Previous: 138.0% in 2013.

  • Its 19th consecutive match without scoring 100 pts. Previous most: 16 matches from Round 11 1999 to Round 3 2000.

  • Port Adelaide is one of 13 opponents that it has lost its last match against and it joins Adelaide as its opponents that it has lost all of its last 10 matches against.

  • Its 8th 2nd half score of less than 12 pts. - the most of any team 2011-19. Next most: Melbourne 7 times. Least: Collingwood and Geelong no times.

  • Its 9th loss from 10 matches played in S.A.

  • Its 30th loss from its last 35 matches played outside of QLD.

  • Its 77 goals scored and 104 goals conceded this year are both its least after 9 matches. Previous: 86 goals scored in 2012 and 112 goals conceded in 2014.

  • Its 2nd quarter aggregate of 14.17-101 is its lowest ever for any quarter after 9 matches. Previous: A 4th quarter aggregate of 14.19-103 after 9 matches in 2018.

 
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  • The 3rd highest attendance at a 'home and away' match between these two. Highest: 70,701 in Round 3 2018 at the MCG.

  • The 26th match between these two won in all 4 quarters and the 14th won by Richmond - including 2 of the last 3 (2012-19).

  • The 50th match between these two played at the MCG and the 22nd won by Richmond.

  • Hawthorn is one of 13 opponents that it has won its last match against and it joins Brisbane, Carlton, Essendon, and Gold Coast as the opponents that it has won its last 4 matches against.

  • The first time that it has won 4 consecutive matches vs Hawthorn since 1996-8.

  • The first time that it has beaten Hawthorn by 6 goals with 6 more scoring shots.

  • Its 4th win in all 4 quarters in the last 4 seasons. (Geelong has won 15 matches in all 4 quarters 2016-19.)

  • Its 25th win from its last 27 matches at the MCG.

 

  • Richmond joins Brisbane, Geelong, Melbourne, St Kilda, West Coast, and the Bulldogs as the opponents that it has lost its last match against and it is its only opponent that it has lost its lat 4 matches against.

  • Its 5th loss in all 4 quarters in the last 4 seasons. (Gold Coast has lost 16 matches in all 4 quarters 2016-19 and Geelong only 1.)

  • Its 6th loss from its 8 matches at the MCG. and its 17th from its last 30 matches played there. (it won 24 of the previous 30).

  • Its 103 goals scored this year is its least after 9 matches since 99 in 1999.

 
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  • The 2nd highest attendance at a match between these two at the Sydney Showground. Highest: 10,355 in Round 14 2016.

  • The biggest win this year and the first margin of 90 pts or more. The last season where there was only 1 margin of 90 pts in the first 9 rounds was 2007. (In 1996 there were 10 in the first 9 rounds.)

  • Carlton is one of 11 opponents that it has won its last match against and its is now one of 9 opponents that it has won its last 2 matches against.
  • The aggregate score in its last two matches vs Carlton is: 43.31.289 vs 14.7-91
  • Carlton is now its only opponent that it has tripled its score on more than one occasion. Previous: Round 20 2018.
  • Its 2nd biggest 1/4 time lead. Biggest: 50 pts. vs Richmond in Round 19 2016. Previous biggest vs Carlton: 27 pts. in Round 20 2018.
  • Its biggest 1/2 time lead in a match. Previous: 63 pts. vs Richmond in Round 19 2016. Previous biggest vs Carlton: 51 pts in Round 20 2018.
  • Its biggest 3/4 time lead. Previous: 89 pts. vs Gold Coast un Round 12 2018. Previous biggest vs Carlton: 66 pts. in Round 20 2018.
  • Its 666 pts. conceded is its least after 9 matches. Previous: 684 in 2016.
     
  • GWS is one of 15 opponents that it has lost its last match against and is now one of 14 opponents that it has lost its last 2 matches against.

  • It 2nd greatest aggregate deficit (198 pts.) from consecutive losses to the same opponent. Greatest: 199 pts - lost to St Kilda by 91 pts in Round 20 2003 and by 198 pts in Round 10 2004,

  • Its 26th loss from 36 matches played in NSW 1903-2019.

  • Its 99th loss from 152 matches played outside of Victoria 1903-2019 (1 drawn).

  • Its 30th loss from its last 34 matches played outside of Victoria.

  • Its one win from 9 matches this year is equal least in a season. Previous: One win from 9 matches in 1897, 1998, 2002, 2015, and 2018.

 
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Flashback Facts
(Relating to Round 10 2019)

  • Collingwood's only wins  in its last 10 matches vs Sydney at the SCG have been by 5 pts. in 2000 and 1 pt. in 2017.
  • Port Adelaide is one of only 3 opponents 2014-19, that Hawthorn has a win percentage below 50% against.
  • The margins in the last 6 matches between the Bulldogs and the Kangaroos have been all under 3 goals. They have never played 7 consecutive matches against each other where the margin was under 18 points.
  • Adelaide won at home vs West Coast last year but it last won consecutive matches in S.A. vs the Eagles 2008-09,
  • Gold Coast's lowest for and against percentage from all losses against all opponents 2011-19 has been 45.44% vs Geelong (aggregate score 68.90-498  vs 163.118-1,096)
  • Richmond has won its last 8 matches vs Essendon. Its longest winning streaks against Essendon have been 11 from 1914 to 1921, 9 from 1931 to 1936 and 9 from 1972 to 1976.
  • Melbourne's only loss to the Giants from 5 previous matches played at the MCG was  by 64-points in 2014.
  • This will be the 30th match between St Kilda and Carlton since 2000. St Kilda has won 24 of the previous 29.
  • Brisbane has won its last 2 matches vs Fremantle. It last won 3 consecutive vs the Dockers 2007-09 with the 3rd match being played in W.A.
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