Hayden Crozier
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Good to go
DWestern Bulldogs
August 21, 2020
Crozier (toe) will rejoin the lineup for Friday's clash with Melbourne.
ANALYSIS
Crozier missed the last two matches due to the toe issue but is set to retake his spot at half-back alongside Bailey Williams and Ryan Gardner on Friday. He has a few sizeable totals under his belt this season, most notably a 19-disposal, seven-mark effort versus Gold Coast on July 23.
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Sidelined 2-3 weeks
DWestern Bulldogs
Toe
August 6, 2020
Crozier will miss between two and three weeks after suffering a toe injury during Monday's match versus Port Adelaide.
ANALYSIS
Crozier's injury leaves the team down a significant piece on the back end with a tough match next up on the schedule. He will miss at least the next two contests as a result, pegging his return potentially in late August.
Returning from suspension
DWestern Bulldogs
July 14, 2020
Crozier has served his suspension and should be back in the lineup for Western against Essendon, Jourdan Canil of the AFL's official site reports.
ANALYSIS
Crozier attempted to appeal his one-match ban but was denied and had to sit out last week versus Carlton. He should retake his place in the Bulldogs' back lines and will aim to pick up where he left off, having accumulated at least 15 disposals in each of his first five rounds.
Appeal fails, out against Carlton
DWestern Bulldogs
Suspension
July 7, 2020
Crozier will miss Sunday's match with Carlton after a Tribunal denied his appeal of a one-match suspension for a dangerous tackle. It's the first suspension of his career
ANALYSIS
Crozier adds to the list of absences after failing to overturn the decision via tribunal. He's collected at least 15 disposals in every match this season, including the one that earned his suspension against North Melbourne. After serving his time, he'll be available for Round Seven against Essendon.
Appealing suspension
DWestern Bulldogs
Suspension
July 5, 2020
Crozier will appeal his one-game ban at the AFL Tribunal on Tuesday.
ANALYSIS
Per the AFL, Crozier was charged with for a tackle on North Melbourne's Jack Mahony. The tackle was assessed as careless conduct, medium impact and high contact. He will appeal the ruling in an attempt to regain availability for the Bulldogs' July 12 match versus Carlton in Round 6.
Gets one-match ban
DWestern Bulldogs
Suspension
July 5, 2020
Crozier is facing a potential one-match suspension after the Match Review Board judged that his tackle on North Melbourne's Jack Mahony on Saturday in Western's Round 5 win included "careless conduct, medium impact and high contact."
ANALYSIS
If Crozier accepts the ban, he would be unavailable in Round 6 for the Bulldogs' July 12 match versus Carlton. Crozier finished Saturday's victory with 15 disposals and two marks before he was charged with rough conduct on Mahony in the final quarter.