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Where: Patersons Stadium, Perth
When: Saturday September 13 – 10.45am (BST)
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This weekend’s second semi-final sees the Fremantle Dockers play host to Port Adelaide at Patersons Stadium on Saturday.
Last week, the Dockers succumbed to a solid Sydney Swans outfit at ANZ Stadium by 24-points, but Ross Lyon’s side can take plenty of positives from its performance.
Port Adelaide were ruthless against a poor Richmond outfit at the Adelaide Oval, and had the game virtually wrapped up at quarter-time.
The two sides faced off just two weeks ago in a match that decided the final top four spot, with the Dockers getting home by eight points at Patersons Stadium.
Fremantle small forward Hayden Ballantyne will miss the clash after copping a large knock to the jaw last week, while Michael Barlow has been named despite returning to Perth from Sydney last week on crutches.
Port Adelaide will go into the match with an unchanged side after Matt White was put through a gruelling session to test out a fractured jaw sustained in the Power’s big win over the Tigers.
A preliminary final date against Hawthorn awaits the winner, while the loser’s premiership chances are over.
This promises to be a tight contest, make sure you tune in!
1. Fremantle has won seven of its past eight games against Port Adelaide, including the past five meetings at Patersons Stadium.
2. The Dockers have won three of their four finals at Patersons Stadium. Port Adelaide has lost six of its nine finals interstate.
3. Port Adelaide is second in clearances this season, averaging 40.3 a game. Fremantle is eighth, averaging 39.1 a game.
4. Fremantle has the edge in finals experience with a combined total of 199 games compared with Port Adelaide’s 105.
5. Ross Lyon has coached St Kilda and Fremantle to finals in every season except for his first in 2007. This will be his 18th final. He has eight wins and has coached teams past the second week of finals four times.
6. Port Adelaide has kicked an average of 14.5 goals a game this season (second only to Hawthorn). Fremantle’s average of 13.3 goals is equal sixth.