Where: Adelaide Oval
When: Sunday May 3 – 7.40am (UK), 4.40pm (AEST)
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The Crows and Power face off in the 38th Showdown on Sunday in what will be a full house at Adelaide Oval on Sunday.
Port Adelaide have won three of the last five Showdown’s, however it was the Crows who came up trumps in their last meeting in round 15, 2014.
Port heads into the game on the back of a hard-fought win over reigning premiers Hawthorn, while the Crows were extremely disappointing after going down to the Western Bulldogs by 57 points in round four.
Ken Hinkley confirmed influential forward Robbie Gray a certain starter after he missed Port’s win over Hawthorn with a calf injury.
Despite its 2-2 record, Port Adelaide head into Sunday’s clash as favourites but you simply cannot count out the Crows.
Sunday’s contest is a complete sell-out, with a crowd of 53,000 expected to walk through the gates at Adelaide Oval.
Make sure you tune in!
B Rory Laird, Daniel Talia, Ricky Henderson
HB Luke Brown, Kyle Cheney, Brodie Smith
C Rory Sloane, Patrick Dangerfield, David Mackay
HF Matthew Wright, Josh Jenkins, Nathan Van Berlo
F Tom Lynch, Taylor Walker, Eddie Betts
FOL Sam Jacobs, Scott Thompson, Richard Douglas
I/C Matthew Jaensch, Mitch Grigg, Charlie Cameron, Cam Ellis-Yolmen, Jarryd Lyons, Jake Kelly, Matt Crouch (Three to be omitted)
B Jack Hombsch, Alipate Carlile, Jackson Trengove
HB Jasper Pittard, Tom Jonas, Matthew Broadbent
C Jared Polec, Brad Ebert, Kane Cornes
HF Robbie Gray, Justin Westhoff, Chad Wingard
F Patrick Ryder, Jay Schulz, Matt White
FOL Matthew Lobbe, Travis Boak, Hamish Hartlett
I/C Kane Mitchell, Angus Monfries, Cam O’Shea, Karl Amon, Aaron Young, Brendon Ah Chee, Nathan Krakouer (Three to be omitted)