Adelaide midfielder Matt Crouch will play his 100th game for the Crows against Richmond on Thursday night.

Here’s a look at some key numbers from his first 99 games:

55 - Crouch is the 55th Crow to play 100 games for the club and the first since Andy Otten (Round Six, 2018) to crack the century

31.6 - Disposals Crouch is averaging in the 2019 season

28.2 - Disposals Crouch is averaging in his career

825 - The number of disposals accrued by Crouch in the 2017 season, a then VFL/AFL record

23 - The draft pick the Crows used to select Crouch in the 2013 National Draft

26 - Brownlow Votes accrued in his career

198 - The North Ballarat recruit was the 198th player to represent the Crows

46 - Career-high possessions against North Melbourne in Round 22, 2018

35 - Number of handballs in the same game, a current VFL/AFL record

5 - Times he has collected 40+ disposals in a game

44 - The number Crouch wore before inheriting number 5 from Scott Thompson

2017 - The year he won the Malcolm Blight Medal for the Crows

2018 - The year he finished runner-up (behind Rory Laird) in the Malcolm Blight Medal

21 - Goals he has scored since becoming a Crow

63 - Games he has won with the Club

404 - Tackles he has laid across his six seasons

1 - Year younger than brother and teammate Brad Crouch

5 - Teams Crouch has never lost against - Brisbane, Carlton, Collingwood, Gold Coast and St Kilda