Adelaide Oval


Port Adelaide were good in round one, really good. Fremantle on the other hand weren’t as impressive. The Power will want to back up their performance last week, while also protecting their home ground. Ross Lyon’s men need to bounce back before the pressure gets too high.

Nat Fyfe will improve every round after a year out with injury in 2016, while Cam McCarthy is likely to be the same. But this early on it would be unfair to expect them to perform at their highest level. The Power’s Sam Powell-Pepper earnt the first NAB rising star nomination last week, and it’ll be interesting to see how he backs up that great performance.

At home for the first time this year, and on a high from knocking off Sydney last week, Port Adelaide should topple the Dockers. It will be a good contest, but the physicality and attack on the football from the Power should be too much in the end.

Tip: Power by 21

Team Line-Ups

IN No change
IN No change
FB 33 D. Byrne-Jones 17 Tom Clurey 20 Jack Hombsch
FF 10 Michael Walters 12 J. Griffin 14 Lachie Weller
HB 5 M. Broadbent 42 Tom Jonas 27 Brett Eddy
HF 8 Nick Suban 23 Cam McCarthy 26 Ed Langdon
C 7 Brad Ebert 16 Ollie Wines 13 Jared Polec
C 32 Stephen Hill 9 Lachie Neale 9 Bradley Hill
HF 2 S. Powell-Pepper 39 Justin Westhoff 20 Chad Wingard
HB 5 G. Ibbotson 37 Michael Johnson 6 Danyle Pearce
FF 46 Sam Gray 22 Charlie Dixon 15 Aaron Young
FB 3 Zac Dawson 21 Joel Hamling 34 Lee Spurr
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Player Stats

Port Adelaide



  Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
Port Adelaide 7.3 (45) 11.8 (74) 18.9 (117) 22.13 (145)
Fremantle 2.1 (13) 3.3 (21) 7.4 (46) 8.8 (56)

Best On Ground

Port Adelaide