After years of uncertainty and uncertainty, the AFL and the CFL are finally ready to put the foot down.
It has been nearly a year since the first meeting between the two teams and the two have played each other more than 100 times.
That is more than enough time to settle the scores on the field, but for one rivalry that was not always so easy to play, it has been a little bit different.
While the AFL has gone back to its roots with a series of tiebreakers in place to ensure that each team had a good shot at winning, the CAB has not.
In a bid to ensure there is parity in the competition, the two leagues will use the same set of tiebreaks.
While it will be an exciting new experience for both sides, there is a fair chance that neither side will get off to the best start.
Both teams will face each other once in the first round of the competition and with that comes a great opportunity to see how they perform, both in terms of their results on the road and on the pitch.
But how will they fare in their first clash?
The AFL and CAB will use an all-time record of 22 wins and 13 losses for the record, with the CAC’s record of 16 wins and eight losses.
The CAB have gone from strength to strength this season, winning eight games, while the AFL’s winning record has been 23 games.
They have also won eight matches in a row, while Adelaide have won six and lost four.
What is the difference between the AFL/CAB?
The CAC is the official football league of the Adelaide Football Club.
It plays at Adelaide Oval.
The AFL is the AFL Football Club of Adelaide.
It is the second-longest standing football league in the country, having started playing in 1894.
Both the AFL, which started play in 1901, and the A-League, which was established in 2003, have the same governing body.
Both have the right to make changes to the competition in their favour if they feel the game is not playing to the standards it needs to.
Both clubs are the official representatives of the State of South Australia.
It also means that both teams are also the official national associations for the South Australian state of South America, and both sides play at Adelaide’s Adelaide Oval and are sponsored by the Adelaide City Council.
Which side is more likely to win?
The A-LineThe CSA’s A-line is a relatively inexperienced team that will be looking to put itself back in the win column with a win in this match.
Despite missing key players like Mark Blicavs, Tom Boyd, Travis Cloke and Patrick Ambrose, the ALC’s ALC-Football will be hoping to add to its unbeaten run, having lost just one game in the past 12 weeks.
The ALC is the national governing body for the AFL and is the oldest football league to have existed in South Australia and is based in Perth.
It was founded in 1900, so the ABL has been around since 1887.
The BLC is a veteran team that has only lost three games in the last six matches and will be searching for their first win in their home state of Queensland.
It will be a big test for the BLC, who have a history of losing away in the AEL and have been knocked out of the ACL for the first time this season.
The DFLThe DBL was founded as the Adelaide Rebels Football Club in 1997.
The club is still based in the city of Adelaide and has won just one home game this season and is yet to make any sort of breakthrough.
The Dogs are the third oldest AFL team in South Australian history and have only lost two games in their last six games.
The reigning Adelaide premiers have won just two home games in this campaign, and have also failed to win a home game in their previous five matches.
The Magpies have won eight games in a season and have now been knocked back out of this season’s top-eight.