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When: 05.10 (BST)
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The Port Adelaide Power will host the Brisbane Lions in what looms as a vital clash for both teams, as the AFL enters its fourth week of the season.
While it remains early in the year, the Power will be desperate to bounce back from their narrow seven-point loss to North Melbourne last weekend.
Port, who are expected to be a top five side this year, started their season off well with dominant victories over Carlton and arch-rivals Adelaide before dropping their guard against the ‘Roos.
Port skipper Travis Boak said his side expects Brisbane to target former player Jared Polec who has made up for his injury-riddled three seasons with the Lions, with a strong start to 2014.
“We’ll speak about it, we’ve had Angus [Monfries] come over from Essendon as well so he’s probably one who could talk to [Polec] about it,” he said.
“We know it’s there and they’ll probably come at him and talk to him and target him a little bit and that’s part of footy.
“We just need to support him as much as we can and we’ll just go out there and play footy.”
Meanwhile, midfielder Chad Wingard will have scans to assess his injured ankle on Monday in the hope of returning in time for Saturday’s clash.
Wingard was forced from the ground in Sunday’s narrow loss to North Melbourne and was walking with the aid of crutches when the team flew home on Sunday night.
Check out all of the Power’s goal against North Melbourne in round three.
Brisbane started their week’s preparation with the worst news possible, with scans showing Daniel Rich tore his ACL in round three, and only LARS surgery could save his season.
Rich, 23, and the club will decide in the coming days whether to undergo a traditional reconstruction – which would take 12 months of rehabilitation – or the LARS option that could see him back within three months.
Lions football operations manager Dean Warren was confident Rich would overcome his latest setback.
“We are certain Daniel’s strong character will get him through this tough period and that he will approach his rehabilitation with absolute professionalism,” Warren said.
“Daniel is not only a fantastic footballer, but a great leader, and there is no doubt our side will miss having him out there.”
The Lions are more likely to undergo the traditional reconstruction after being burned by LARS in 2012.
Utility Brent Staker underwent the revolutionary procedure after rupturing his ACL, returned to senior football within four months, only to sustain the same injury just six matches later.