West Coast will head home to Perth on the back of consecutive wins after defeating Adelaide by 33 points at the Gabba on Saturday afternoon.
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After a cagey first half, the Eagles blew the game open with a devastating five-minute burst in the third term that yielded three goals.
The Crows looked better than in previous weeks, but were ultimately outclassed in the 10.7 (67) to 5.4 (34) result.
Tim Kelly was the star of the day with 25 disposals, while Elliot Yeo, Jack Redden and Dom Sheed were also prominent as the Eagles dominated the midfield battle.
Nic Naitanui just shaded Reilly O'Brien in their much-anticipated ruck battle, while Jack Darling (two majors) was the only multiple goalkicker.
West Coast is now up to 10th spot on the ladder at 3-3 and with an extended run of matches to come at Optus Stadium, beginning with the derby against Fremantle, the Eagles will like their chances of extending their winning streak.
The winless Crows remain rooted to the bottom of the ladder, but will be back at Adelaide Oval next week to face St Kilda.
Brodie Smith (32 disposals) and Matt Crouch (28) racked up plenty of touches, while Ben Keays did a superb job on Andrew Gaff, holding the usually prolific Eagle to just 12 possessions.
WEST COAST 2.3 4.4 8.7 10.7 (67)
ADELAIDE 1.1 2.1 3.3 5.4 (34)
West Coast: Darling 2, Naitanui, Ah Chee, Kennedy, Allen, Redden, Ainsworth, Cripps, Ryan
Adelaide: Lynch, Jones, Frampton, Smith, Sloane
West Coast: Kelly, Sheed, Redden, Yeo, Allen, McGovern
Adelaide: Smith, Keays, M.Crouch, Doedee, O'Brien
West Coast: Nil