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In  Depth and  Obscure Trivia  from Round 17 2019  Match Results
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  • The 3rd highest attendance at a 'home and away' match between these two and the highest in W.A. Highest: 62,957 in Round 13 2012 at the MCG. Previous in  W.A.: 42,033 in Round 7 2006 at Subiaco Oval.

  • The 93rd match 1897-2019 won by winning only the last quarter (one in 167).

  • One of 15 matches 1897-2019 (one in 1,036) won by winning only the last quarter and the match by 1 point.  First occurrence: Round 11 1901:  Melbourne 5.6-36  vs Collingwood 4.11-35.                 
    Previous: Round 2 2005: St Kilda 8.11-59 vs Fremantle 8.10-58.

  • The 3rd match between these two won by 1 points and the 3rd won by Collingwood. Previous: Round 2 2002 - Collingwood 17.18-120 vs West Coast 18.11-119. and Round 13 1992 - Collingwood 8.15.63 vs West Coast 8.14-62.

  • The 5th match won by 1 point this year. There was one last year and 5 in 2017. (The most in a season has been 7 in 1928, 1952, 1996 and 2006.)

  • The highest 1st quarter aggregate this year. Previous: 71 pts in Round 3 - Carlton 5.4-34 vs Sydney 6.1-37

 

  • This win leaves only Fremantle, Geelong, Hawthorn. and Nth Melbourne as the opponents that it has lost its last match against.

  • Its 5th win from 21 matches vs West Coast in W.A. and the first since Round 9 2009.

  • Its 11th win from 33 matches played in W.A.

  • The first match that it has won by winning only the last quarter and the match by 1 point.

  • The 9th match that it has won by winning only the last quarter (one in 283 matches played). Previous: Round 1 2018 vs Hawthorn.

  • West Coast joins Fitzroy as the only opponents that it has won 2 matches against by winning only the last quarter. Previous: Round 18 2017.

  • Its 58th match decided by 1 point and its 30th won - including 6 of the last 7 (2009-19).

  • One of 7 matches that it has won by 1 point with 6 more scoring shots.

  • Its 9th win from its last 12 matches played outside of Victoria.

  • After 16 matches last year it was also 11-5 but its percentage of 117.6 was 0.4% higher than this year.

  • Its 2nd quarter win percentage this year of 34.4% is its lowest after 16 matches since 31.3% in its 'wooden-spoon' season of 1999.

  • Collingwood joins Brisbane, Geelong, Nth Melbourne, Port Adeaide, and Sydney as the opponents that it has lost its last match against.

  • The first match that it has lost by losing only the last quarter and the match by 1 point.

  • The 6th match that it has lost by losing only the last quarter (one in 128 matches played). Previous: Round 15 2018 vs Adelaide.

  • Its 19th match decided by 1 point and its 10th lost - including 3 of the last 5 (2007-19).

  • Its 2nd lowest 4th quarter tally in a match played in W.A. Lowest: 0-0-0 vs Adelaide in Round 12 2016.

  • Its narrowest loss in W.A. since one point in the 2006 Qualifying Final: 12.12-84 vs Sydney 13.7-85.

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  • The 25th highest attendance at a 'home and away' match between these two. Highest: 45,000 in Round 2 1934 at Princes Park. Highest at the SCG: 38,965 in Round 23 2017.

  • Only the 7th match played 1897-2019 (one in 2,221) where the goal and behind tallies in the first and last quarters were the same for both teams and the 2nd this year. Previous: Round 11 - Collingwood and Fremantle each scored 3.3-21 in both the first and last quarters. (Others were in 1901, 1924, 1956, 1961, and 1967.)

  • Sydney joins Brisbane, and  Fremantle as the opponents that it has won its last match against.

  • Its 2nd win from 15 matches vs Sydney at the SCG 1994-2019. Previous: A 16-point win in Round 6 2011.

  • The lowest score that it has conceded vs Sydney since 5.11-41 in Round 21 1997 at Princes Park.

  • Its lowest winning score vs Sydney since 7.15-57 vs 8.6-54 in Round 8 1966.

  • The first time that it has won consecutive matches played outside of Victoria since Rounds 18 and 23 2013 vs Gold Coast and Port Adelaide.

  • One of 3 matches out of 2,507 that it has played  where the first and last quarters were even. Previous: R10 2016 vs Geelong and Round 14 1956 vs St Kilda.

  • Its percentage of 83.1% is its highest after 16 matches since 89.5% in 2014.

  • Carlton is now one of 11 opponents that it has lost its last match against.

  • The first match (out of 2,446 1897-2019) that it has played where its first and last quarter scores were the same as its opponents.

  • Currently 37.50% of its scores this year have had fewer than 70 points - its highest percentage since 54.5% in 1972.

  • Only the 5th time in the last 10 seasons that it has lost to a score below 70 pts.

  • Its 9th loss from its last 14 matches at SCG.

  • Its total attendance at the SCG passed the 9 million mark with this match.

  • Its 10 losses this year is its most after 16 matches since 10 in 2009.

  • Its 1st quarter win percentage of 40.6% is it lowest after 16 matches since 37.5% in 2009.

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  • The 7th highest of 10 attendances at York Park for matches between these two. Highest: 17,212 in Round 13 2003.

  • Fremantle is one of 8 opponents that it has won its last match against and it is its only opponent that it has won its last 6 matches against.

  • Fremantle joins Carlton and Collingwood as its opponents that it has won 12 of its last 13 matches against.

  • Its 6th consecutive win vs Fremantle is its equal most vs the Dockers.

  • Its 10th win from 10 matches vs Fremantle at York Park. Average margin: 43 pts.

  • Its 27th win from its last 30 matches ak York Park - 2012-19 (one drawn).

  • Its first consecutive win since Round 22 and 23 2018.

  • Its 21st consecutive match without scoring 100 pts. - its most since 33 from Round 1 1965 to Round 15 1966.

  • Its 2nd quarter win percentage of 31.3% this year, is its lowest after 16 matches since 31.3% in 2005.

  • Hawthorn is one of 10 opponents that it has lost its last match against and it joins West Coast as the opponents that it has lost its last 6 matches against.

  • Its next most losses from its last 13 matches against all opponents after its 12 losses vs Hawthorn, is 9 losses vs West Coast.

  • Its previous 2 scores vs Hawthorn were 7.11-53 and 7.6-48.

  • Its 20th loss from 26 matches played outside of W.A. 2017-19. (average margin 47 pts.)

  • Its percentage of scores with fewer than 60 pts. this year is 37.50% - currently its highest ever for a season. Previous: 36.36% in 2018.

  • Its was 7-9 after 16 matches last year, but its percentage was 12.4% lower.

 

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  • The 18th highest attendance at a 'home and away' match between these two and the 6th highest at Docklands. Highest: 68,831 in Round 17 1999 at the MCG. Highest at Docklands. 49,219 in Round 14 2004.

  • The 13th match between these two decided by 1 to 5 pts. and the 9th won by Essendon - including all of the last 5 matches (1983-2019).

  • Only the 3rd match between these two that was even at 1/2 time and the 2nd won by Essendon. Previous: Round 13 1962 (won by Essendon) and Round 20 1974 (won by Nth Melbourne),

  • Nth Melbourne is one of 11 opponents that it has won its last match against and it is its only opponent that it has won its last 4 matches against.

  • Its 264th match with a margin of 1 to 5 pts. and its 144th won - but its first from the last 5 (2017-19).

  • One of only 4 matches that it has won after losing the 1st and 4th quarters by 11 pts. or more and the first since Round 16 1993 vs West Coast  (lost 1st and 4th quarters by 14 and 11 pts - won match by 2 pts.)

  • Its 100th win from 183 matches played at Docklands (one drawn).

  • The first time that it has won 5 consecutive matches at Docklands in the same season  since 2003.

  • Since 1994, its final season positions after being 9-7 from  16 matches have been: 1994 (10th), 2004 (6th), 2014 (7th).

  • Essendon is one of 9 opponents that it has lost its last match against and it joins Geelong and Port Adelaide as the opponents that it has lost its last 4 matches against.

  • Its 222nd match with a margin of 1 to 5 pts. and its 109th lost - including 7 of the last 11 (2017-19).

  • One of only 3 matches that it has lost after winning the 1st and 4th quarters by 11 pts or more. Previous: 1994 Preliminary Final vs Geelong (won 1st and 4th quarters by 18 and 12 pts - lost match by 6 pts.) and Round 15 2014 vs Brisbane (won 1st and 4th quarters by 16 pts - lost match by 4 pts.)

  • The only other time since 1994 that it has been 7-9 after 16 matches was in 2011 when it finished 9th.

  • Its 2nd quarter win percentage of 25.0% this year is its lowest after 16 matches since 25.0% in 1972.

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  • The lowest attendance at a match between these two. Previous: 11,692 in Round 9 2016 at Carrara. Highest: 49,069 in Round 11 2014 at the Adelaide Oval.

  • The biggest win and highest score this year. Previous: Richmond 23.12-150 vs Gold Coast 9.4-58 in Round 16.

  • Gold Coast is one of 9 opponents that it has won its last match against. Its next most wins from its last 13 matches against and opponent is 11 wins vs St Kilda.

  • Its previous biggest win vs Gold Coast was 91 pts. in Round 23 2012 - 22.21-153 vs 9.8-62 .(It has had wins 18 wins greater than 95 pts against other opponents.)

  • Its highest 3rd quarter tally vs Gold Coast. Previous: 6.5-41 vs 2.012 in Round 23 2012.

  • Its 157 pt. turnaround from its loss in its previous match is its biggest since at 95 pt loss to West Coast in Round 24 2011 and a 69 pt win vs Gold Coast in Round 1 2012.

  • Its 2nd win in all 4 quarters this year. Previous: round 5 vs Gold Coast.

  • Its has won 42 of 52 quarters in matches vs Gold Coast with one even.

  • Its 8th win from its last 17 matches played outside of S.A. (2018-19).

  • Since 1994, its final season positions after being 9-7 from  16 matches have been: 1997 (Premiers), 1998 (Premiers), 2015 (6th).

  • It has scored 192 goals and 182 behinds this year. After 16 matches last year, it had scored 192 goals and 180 behinds.

  • Its 2nd quarter aggregate conceded this year of 35.43-253 is its lowest ever after 16 matches. Previous: 37.33-255 in 2005.

  • .Adelaide is one of 14 opponents that it has lost its last match against.

  • Of opponents that it has played 13 matches against, its next most losses after 13 vs Adelaide is 10 vs Melbourne.

  • Its 20th loss by 90 pts or more - the most by any team 2011-19. Next most : GWS 16 (2012-19 - with the last in 2014).

  • The 2nd time that it has lost consecutive matches by 90 pts. or more. Previous: 97 pts vs Collingwood in Round 10 2012 and 95 pts. vs St Kilda in Round 11 2012.

  • The 2nd time that it has conceded 150 pts or more in consecutive matches. Previous: 168 pts vs Geelong in Round 6 2016 and 160 pts vs Melbourne in Round 7 2016.

  • Its 39th loss in all 4 quarters - the most of any team 2011-19. Next most: Brisbane 38. Least: Geelong 4.

  • Its 16th loss from its last 18 matches at Carrara.

  • Its 2nd quarter win percentage this year of 18.8% is its equal lowest (with 2011) after 16 matches.

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  • The 50th highest attendance at a 'home and away' match between these two and the 14th highest at Geelong. Highest: 58,028 in Round 13 2010 at the MCG. Highest at Geelong: 33,084 in Round 5 1963.

  • St Kilda is one of 14 opponents that it has won its last match against and it joins Brisbane, Collingwood, Fremantle, Gold Coast, and Nth Melbourne as the opponents that it has won its last 3 matches against.

  • Its 80th win from 103 matches vs St Kilda at Geelong (1897-2019) and its 9th consecutive (2000-19).

  • Its average margin from its last 9 wins vs St Kilda at Geelong has been 52 pts.  Its average margin from its last 9 wins vs St Kilda away from Geelong has been 33 pts.

  • Its 88th win from its last 100 matches at Kardinia Park (one drawn).

  • Its percentage of 141.0% is its highest after 16 matches since 142.7% in 2010.

  • Its146 goals conceded this year is its least after 16 matches since 137 in 1965.

  • Its quarters won percentage of 68.75% is its highest after 16 matches since 73.44% in 2010.

  • Its 15 consecutive rounds on top of the ladder after a completed round of matches is its 2nd most consecutive in a season after 18 in 1953.

  • Geelong is one of 12 opponents that it has lost its last match against and it joins Adelaide, Nth Melbourne, Port Adelaide, Richmond, and Sydney as the opponents that it has lost its last 3 matches against.

  • Its 47th loss from 60 matches played at Kardinia Park and 16th from the last 18 (1989-2019).

  • Its lowest score since 8.9-57 vs Richmond in Round 18 2019.

  • Since 1994, its final season positions after being 6-10 from  16 matches have been: 1996 (10th), 2015 (14th)

  • Its 2nd quarter win percentage of 68.8% is its highest after 16 matches since 68.8% in 2009.

 
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  • The highest attendance at a 'home and away' match between these two. Previous: 35,968 in Round 14 2015 at the MCG.

  • GWS is one of 11 opponents that it has won its last match against.

  • The least it has conceded in a 1st quarter vs GWS. Previous: 1.2-8 in Round 9 2017.

  • Its 3rd streak of 3 consecutive wins this year. Previous: Rounds 4-6 and 8-10.

  • Its 27th win from its last 30 matches at the MCG.

  • Since 1994, its final season positions after being 10-6 from  16 matches have been: 2001 (3rd), 2015 (7th), and 2017 (Premiers).

  • Its percentage this year is 30.1% lower than after 16 matches last year and 2.5% lower than 2017 after 16 matches.

  • Quarters won percentage after 16 matches:
    2017: 49.22%
    2018: 65.63%
    2019: 55.47%

  • Richmond is one of 8 opponents that it has lost its last match against.

  • Its lowest 1st quarter score since 0.2-2 vs Collingwood in the 2018 Semi-final at the MCG.

  • The first time that it has had 3 consecutive losses since Rounds 8-10 2018.

  • Its 99th loss from 177 matches 2012-19 (3 drawn).

  • Its 15th loss from 18 matches at the MCG - including 5 losses from 5 matches vs Richmond.

  • Its 7th loss from its last 10 matches played outside of NSW and the ACT.

  • Its 2nd quarter aggregate conceded this year of 41.36-282 is its lowest after 16 matches. Previous: 43.27-285 in 2018. Highest: 83.57-555 in 2013.

 
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  • The 41st highest attendance at a 'home and away' match between these two and the 8th highest from 18 at Docklands. Highest: 55,012 in Round 3 1962 at the MCG.. Highest at Docklands: 33,667 in Round 13 2017.

  • One of 69 matches 1897-2019 (one in 225) where each quarter had a margin of  no more than 5 pts and the first since WB/Footscray vs Collingwood in Round 21 2016.

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

  • Its 10th win from 18 matches vs Melbourne at Docklands.

  • The first time that it has won 3 consecutive matches since Rounds 20-22 2018.

  • Its 6th match (one in 326) where each quarter had a margin of  no more than 5 pts. and the 3rd vs Melbourne. (The first 4 were losses vs Melbourne (Round 9 1935), Carlton (Round 10 1946), Melbourne (Round 3 1955), Essendon (Round 13 1999 and the previous was a win vs Collingwood (Round 21 2016.)

  • Its lowest winning score vs Melbourne since 10.10-70 vs 9.12-66 in Round 7 2010.

  • Its last 3 scores at Docklands have been: 10.13-73, 10.11-71, and 10.14-74.

  • Since 1994, the only other time that it has been 8-8 after 16 matches was in 2017 when its finished 10th.

  • The Bulldogs are now one of 11 opponents that it has lost its last match against.

  • Its 17th match (one in 142) where each quarter had a margin of  no more than 5 pts. and the 7th that it has lost.

  • Its first loss at Docklands Since Round 3 2017 vs Geelong.

  • Its quarters won percentage of 41.41% is its lowest after 16 matches since 39.06% in 2014. (It was 67.97% after 16 matches last year.)

  • Last year 16.0% of its scores had fewer than 70 pts. This year the percentage is currently 56.25%.

  • Since 1994, its final season positions after being 5-11 from  16 matches have been: 1996 (14th), 2003 (14th), and 2015 (13th).

 
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  • The 8th  highest attendance at a 'home and away' match between these two. Highest: 46,439 in Round 22 2002 at Football Park.

  • Port Adelaide is one of 10 opponents that it has won its last match against and it joins Gold Coast and Hawthorn as the opponents that it has won its last 2 matches against.
  • The 3rd time that it has won two matches vs Port Adelaide in the same season. Previous:  2001 and 2002.
  • Its greatest 1/4 time lead vs Port Adelaide. Previous: 25 pts. in Round 3 2010 - 5.5-35 vs 1.4-10
  • The previous lowest score that it had conceded vs Port Adelaide was 7.11-53 in Round 19 2000 at the Gabba.
  • Its 7th win from 11 matches vs Port Adelaide in S.A. and its first since Round 22 2012.
  • Its first win at the Adelaide Oval and its first win from its last 8 matchers in South Australia.
  • The first time that it has won 3 consecutive matches outside of QLD since Rounds 8, 11, and 12 2005.
  • The first time that it has won 4 consecutive matches since Rounds 1 to 4 2010.
  • The only other time that it has been 11-5 after 16 matches was in its Premiership year of 2001.
  • Its last quarter aggregate conceded of 38.53-281 is its lowest after 16 matches. Previous: 40.43-283 in 1996. Most: 83.69-567 in 1991.
  • Brisbane is one of 8 opponents that it has lost its last match against and it joins Collingwood, Essendon, Fremantle, GWS, and Hawthorn as the opponents that it has lost its last 2 matches against.

  • Its 9th consecutive match without winning or losing consecutively.

  • The most behinds that it has scored in a last quarter without a goal. Previous: 0.7-7 in a 2 pt. loss to Collingwood in Round 20 2006.

  • The equal most the it has lost a match by at the Adelaide Oval to a team from another state.  Equal: 48 pt losses to Sydney in Round 2 2015, and Geelong in Round 5 2016.

  • Its 250th loss from 523 matches played 1997-2019 (5 drawn).

  • Its 8th loss from its last 13 matches in S.A.

  • The only other time that it has been 8-8 after 16 matches was in 2016 when it finished 10th.

  • Its 1st quarter win percentage of 40.6% is its lowest after 16 matches since 37.5% in 2012.

 
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Flashback Facts
(Relating to Round 18)

  • Essendon's 6 wins from 21 matches vs Adelaide in S.A have been in 1992, 1999, 2004, 2007, 2011, and 2013. The Bombers' average winning margin in the 6 wins has been 37 pts. The average margin in the 15 losses has been 59 pts,
  • Richmond have played Port Adelaide 5 times at the MCG for 2 wins (last in 1998) and one draw.
  • A win by Gold Coast would see Carlton as its only opponent since joined the League, that it didn't have a win percentage below 50%  against.
  • Collingwood's last 3 scores vs GWS have been 99 (loss), 78 (loss), and 69 pts. (win).
  • Nth Melbourne has won its last 4 matches vs Brisbane at the Gabba with its last loss there being by 4 pts. in 2014.

 

  • Fremantle's record from 20 matches vs Sydney in Sydney is 4 wins and 1 draw. In W.A. its record against the Swans is 10 wins from 14 matches.
  • Geelong have won 8 of 15 matches as the 'away' team team vs Hawthorn at the MCG 2000-19.  As the 'home' team it has won 10 of 13 matches 2000-18 vs Hawthorn at the MCG.
  • Traeger Park, Alice Springs will be the 27th venue that West Coast has played at for Premiership points. It has won 12 and drawn one of its first matches at the other 26 venues.
  • St Kilda have won 5 of the 12 matches as the 'home' team at Docklands vs the Bulldogs and won 8 and drawn 1 from 13 matches as the 'away' team.
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