GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA - JULY 28: Patrick Cripps of the Blues celebrates a goal during the round 19 AFL match between the Gold Coast Suns and the Carlton Blues at Metricon Stadium on July 28, 2018 in Gold Coast, Australia. (Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images)

We're going through each side and predicting their best 22 for the 2020 season.

Today, we've looked at the potential best 22's of Adelaide, Brisbane and Carlton.



B: Luke Brown, Daniel Talia, Jake Kelly

HB: Rory Laird, Tom Doedee, Brodie Smith

C: Rory Atkins, Rory Sloane, Wayne Milera

HF: Tom Lynch, Taylor Walker, Chayce Jones

F: Lachie Murphy, Darcy Fogarty, Billy Frampton

R: Reilly O'Brien, Brad Crouch, Matt Crouch

I/C: Paul Seedsman, Bryce Gibbs, Ned McHenry, Tyson Stengle/Pick 4

Discussion: Adelaide will be looking to improve on a disappointing 2019 campaign which saw them finish 11th on the ladder and unable to get any sort of consistency going in the season.

It was a year to forget for the Crows that resulted in a number of list changes and also a new head coach at season's end.

The Crows decided to move on from Cam Ellis-Yolmen and Hugh Greenwood who both have found new homes, and have also moved away from the Josh Jenkins and Eddie Betts era up forward that had been so serviceable to them over the years.

The Crows will look to bring in some fresh youth and energy down forward and around ground to add more of a punch, led by exciting young players Darcy Fogarty, Reilly O'Brien and Chayce Jones.

With the Crouch brothers and Sloane still running the midfield, the cool heads of Laird, Smith and Talia running the backline and ex-captain Taylor Walker and Tom Lynch always looming as big goal threats, the Crows still have enough talent in the team to be in finals contention and should be in good stead to improve dramatically from their 2019 performance.

DARWIN, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 01: Brad Crouch of the Crows celebrates after kicking a goal during the round 11 AFL match between the Melbourne Demons and the Adelaide Crows at TIO Stadium on June 01, 2019 in Darwin, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)