Adelaide Senior Coach Matthew Clarke is calling on all Members and fans to flock to Norwood Oval on Sunday as his side aims to clinch a second consecutive win.

The Crows enter their Round Two clash against North Melbourne with confidence after a 30-point victory over reigning premiers Brisbane last weekend.

Clarke said his side was looking forward to returning to Norwood Oval and hoped to see as many supporters there as possible.

“We’d love to see Crows fans get along (to the ground) this weekend,” Clarke said.

“It’s our second game of the AFLW season and we’d love to see you there... the best way to secure your tickets for the season is still to become a Crows AFLW Member.

“It’s going to be a cracker, so get on board and hopefully we can get a good crowd there to see Round Two.”

Speaking to the media on Friday, Clarke said selection would once again be difficult following the strong performance of the Round One side.

“Selection last week was about as tough as we’ve ever had I reckon,” Clarke said.

“Across the course of the season we’ve got every intention to play a good percentage of our squad and the reality is we'll probably be forced to do that (due to Covid).

“But even if we’re not, we want to make sure we access all the talent and give everyone an opportunity to perform.

“The team performed well (last week) and we won’t make significant changes in the second game.”

Clarke expected the Kangaroos to be another tough battle, particularly through the midfield, but was looking forward to game day.

“It’s going to be a cracking contest,” Clarke said.

“In terms of depth of midfield, they’re probably in the top three within the competition.
“To a large part, that will dictate the outcome of the game.

“Whatever side is able to get on top in that area will be really significant.”
Adelaide plays North Melbourne at Norwood Oval on Sunday with the first bounce at 2.40pm.

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