The West Coast list ranks 11th in the Champion Data competition

As an official data collector of AFL, Champion Data typically spits out some spot-on analysis.

But their order of ruling prime ministers left much confusion.

In the article published by Herald Sun, the statistics league evaluated the strength of each club list in the 2019 season.

Melbourne was on top, Adelaide and Richmond just behind.

Eagles came to No.11, and Fremantle (17th) fared worse, just ahead of Gold Coast.

The position of the Dockers may be understandable when you think they are undergoing a rebuild – although they are not better than Carlton is at least controversial – but after defeating another 17 teams in last season's Cup, the Eagles' confusion.

The problem, according to Champion Data, is based on the center.

While the forward (fifth) and defensive (eighth) depths of the West Coast are solid, their median unit is in the 15th place.

Luke Shuey, Elliot Yeo and Andrew Gaff reached only 11-35 percent of the average players in 2018, which contributed to the low score.

The results derived a predictable answer:


1. Melbourne

2. Adelaide

3. Richmond

4. Essendon

5. Collingwood

6. Geelong

7. GWS

8. Northern Melbourne

9. Hawthorns

10. Brisbane

11. West Coast

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