Adelaide has made two changes to its side set to face West Coast at Adelaide Oval on Saturday.

Key forward Taylor Walker returns following a week out due to health and safety protocols.

As announced on Wednesday, young defender Patrick Parnell will make his AFL debut.

Crows Head of Football Adam Kelly said Parnell had earned his call-up.

“Since being drafted in the mid-season draft 12 months ago, Patty has committed himself fully to make the most of his opportunity,” Kelly said.

“He has made significant gains over this time and at all stages has shown real determination.

“Patty is an elite ball user and excellent decision maker who does not shy away from the contest.

“The warm response of his teammates to the news of his debut shows the respect he has earned from our group.”

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Nicksy announces Parnell's debut

Crows Senior Coach Matthew Nicks informs the playing group of our round 12 debutant.

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Jordon Butts will miss the Round 12 clash after suffering a concussion against Geelong on Saturday.

Luke Brown was unavailable for selection due to health and safety protocols.

Adelaide Oval will host a Crows double-header on Saturday with the AFL side starting at 1.15pm ACST, followed by the SANFL team’s clash with Sturt (4.30pm).

Great seats are still available here.

The Club will also be partnering with Breakthrough, the Mental Health Research Foundation at Saturday’s game to raise awareness about suicide prevention.

The Crows’ social channels will be turning purple and those looking to support can buy a Breakthrough beanie at the ground.

Walker, Parnell

Butts, Brown 

Adelaide’s Round 12 team is: