Two young teams aiming to take surprising final shots in 2021 will meet at a showdown on Good Friday evening when Adelaide is hosting the Gold Coast

The Crows (1-1, 901%) were one of the stories of the season that knocked Geelong off at the start and challenged a seemingly vastly improved Sydney last week, led by a revived Taylor Walker

The Suns (1-1, 1279%) had to fly to Adelaide earlier this week in fear of closing the border over Brisbane’s mini-COVID lockdown.They scored their first win of the season last week by beating North Melbourne have beaten

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There were no late changes for either side, with Nick Murray (Adelaide) and Nick Holman (Gold Coast) being the subs

The Suns kicked the first goal through Ben King before Izak Rankine collapsed to extend their early lead, and King added a second they’ve never won at the Adelaide Oval

It took Tex Walker to set the hosts a clear target in a promising start for the revived veteran, but the Suns continued to put the offensive pressure on

Eventually the crows began to control the game and swing with it when a goal by Sam Berry on the Siren reduced the lead to just six when a bump and bump erupted

The second quarter was a complete reversal of the first quarter Both teams struggled to kick the majors, although Adelaide’s pressure and the game in the forward half had increased even further

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