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Indicative draft order: Why Carlton's pain is Adelaide's gain

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Will Carlton regret its decision to trade its first pick in this year's draft?

NO MATTER how Carlton performs for the rest of this season, the new Blues coach won't have the luxury of the first pick in this year's NAB AFL Draft.

Last year's historic live trade during the draft saw the Blues trade their 2019 first pick to Adelaide in exchange for the Crows' pick 19 (Liam Stocker) in the 2018 draft and their future first-round selection at the 2019 draft.

WHO'S WINNING? Blues, Crows, Liam Stocker and the No.1 pick

With the Blues languishing two games clear on the bottom of the ladder, it's looking very likely the Crows will hold pick No.1 in this year's draft.

Carlton's first pick is tied to Adelaide's position, which as things stand would be pick No.11.

If current ladder positions hold true until the end of the season then these are the picks your club will have.

Indicative draft order after round 11
ADEL 1. Adelaide (tied to Carlton)
GCFC 2. Gold Coast
MELB 3. Melbourne
SYD 4. Sydney
WB 5. Western Bulldogs
NMFC 6. North Melbourne
STK 7. St Kilda
HAW 8. Hawthorn
GWS 9. Greater Western Sydney (tied to Essendon)
FRE 10. Fremantle
CARL 11. Carlton (tied to Adelaide)
PORT 12. Port Adelaide
RICH 13. Richmond
GCFC 14. Gold Coast (tied to Brisbane)
WCE 15. West Coast
BL 16. Brisbane (tied to Collingwood)
GWS 17. Greater Western Sydney
GEEL 18. Geelong

ADEL 19. Adelaide (tied to Carlton)
BL 20. Brisbane (tied to Gold Coast)
MELB 21. Melbourne
WCE 22. West Coast (tied to Sydney)
WB 23. Western Bulldogs
NMFC 24. North Melbourne
SYD 25. Sydney (tied to St Kilda)
HAW 26. Hawthorn
ESS 27. Essendon
FRE 28. Fremantle
ADEL 29. Adelaide
PORT 30. Port Adelaide
RICH 31. Richmond
BL 32. Brisbane
WCE 33. West Coast
COLL 34. Collingwood
ESS 35. Essendon (tied to Greater Western Sydney)
GEEL 36. Geelong

CARL 37. Carlton
RICH 38. Richmond (tied to Gold Coast)
MELB 39. Melbourne
SYD 40. Sydney
WB 41. Western Bulldogs
NMFC 42. North Melbourne
WB 43. Western Bulldogs (tied to St Kilda)
WB 44. Western Bulldogs (tied to Hawthorn)
ESS 45. Essendon
BL 46. Brisbane (tied to Fremantle)
CARL 47. Carlton (tied to Adelaide)
HAW 48. Hawthorn (tied to Port Adelaide)
GCFC 49. Gold Coast (tied to Richmond)
BL 50. Brisbane
SYD 51. Sydney (tied to West Coast)
COLL 52. Collingwood
GWS 53. Greater Western Sydney
GEEL 54. Geelong

SYD 55. Sydney (tied to Carlton)
STK 56. St Kilda (tied to Gold Coast)
MELB 57. Melbourne
SYD 58. Sydney
PORT 59. Port Adelaide (tied to Western Bulldogs)
PORT 60. Port Adelaide (tied to North Melbourne)
WCE 61. West Coast (tied to St Kilda)
COLL 62. Collingwood (tied to Hawthorn)
ESS 63. Essendon
ESS 64. Essendon (tied to Fremantle)
PORT 65. Port Adelaide (tied to Adelaide)
PORT 66. Port Adelaide
RICH 67. Richmond
NMFC 68. North Melbourne (tied to Brisbane)
STK 69. St Kilda (tied to West Coast)
COLL 70. Collingwood
CARL 71. Carlton (tied to Greater Western Sydney)
RICH 72. Richmond (tied to Geelong)

GWS 73. Greater Western Sydney (tied to Carlton)
GCFC 74. Gold Coast
MELB 75. Melbourne
SYD 76. Sydney
WB 77. Western Bulldogs
NMFC 78. North Melbourne
STK 79. St Kilda
HAW 80. Hawthorn
ESS 81. Essendon
FRE 82. Fremantle
CARL 83. Carlton (tied to Adelaide)
PORT 84. Port Adelaide
RICH 85. Richmond
BL 86. Brisbane
GCFC 87. Gold Coast (tied to West Coast)
HAW 88. Hawthorn (tied to Collingwood)
GWS 89. Greater Western Sydney
GEEL 90. Geelong