Where and when: Adelaide Oval, Saturday, June 8, 7.10pm ACST

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What it means for Adelaide: The eighth-placed Crows (6-5) are just keeping their head above water in the finals race, but a win over a genuine premiership contender would be a massive statement.

What it means for Greater Western Sydney: The second-placed Giants (8-3) are rolling nicely on the back of three straight wins. The Crows would be their most significant scalp since knocking off Geelong in round four.  

The stat: The Crows have won eight of the 11 meetings between the two clubs, but the Giants won both of the encounters last year. The Giants also went a perfect two from two at Adelaide Oval in 2018, and have a 3-5 record overall at the venue.

The match-up: Daniel Talia v Jeremy Cameron

Talia – the Crows’ premier key defender in the Official AFL Player Ratings -  faces one of his biggest challenges of the season. Cameron – the Giants’ best forward - has been in unstoppable form, leading the Coleman Medal race with 38 goals.

It’s a big week for: Bryce Gibbs

The Crows midfielder could get a tagging role for a second straight week, this time running with Giants star Stephen Coniglio. Gibbs did a great negating role on Clayton Oliver in the second half of last week's comeback win against Melbourne.  

A new role could be in line for Bryce Gibbs. Picture: AFL Photos

Big call: Harry Himmelberg to kick five goals

Prediction: Giants by 18 points