How to watch Carlton vs North Melbourne AFL live and match preview
After being hit hard by injuries last week the Blues will be looking to bounce back against the Kangaroos.
Carlton travelled west with much optimism last week, but first quarter injuries to Marc Pittonet and Harry McKay hit them hard. Against a talented Fremantle team it was always going to be tough and they ended up losing the clash.
They now sit 4-2 after 6 rounds and are in a good position to launch.
The Kangaroos copped a heavy defeat at their second home last week with a 60-point loss to Geelong in Hobart. They need to put some form together to grow their confidence from here.
When is Carlton vs North Melbourne?
This clash is on Saturday 30 April from 7:25pm AEST at Marvel Stadium in the Docklands.
How to watch Carlton vs North Melbourne
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Carlton vs North Melbourne match preview
Carlton have played some strong football this year, with the occasional period of inconsistency. However at 4-2 they are in control of their own destiny and well placed to have an impact. They will definitely miss Marc Pittonet who has been excellent for them, with the big man suffering a PCL injury that will sideline him for at least a couple of months.
The Kangaroos will seek to capitalise with veteran Todd Goldstein, but they certainly need a stronger showing through the middle of the ground.
Carlton's midfield power and scoring options mean as a result they should be able to bounce back with another win here.
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