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Where: Patersons Stadium, Perth
When: Saturday August 30 – 6.10am (BST)
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Arguably the match of the round, the winner of this match will seal a top four spot and a double chance in the finals series.
The loser will finish fifth and face a sudden-death elimination final and both sides will be reminded pre-game that no side has won the premiership finishing outside the top four since the current finals system began in 2000.
Fremantle will be boosted by the returns of key men Matthew Pavlich and Michael Barlow from injury, and the small forward combination of Hayden Ballantyne and Michael Walters is sure to give the Port defence plenty of issues.
Port come into the game off the back of a massive 103-point win over Carlton and look in the sort of form that they showed in the first half of the season where they were on top of the ladder.
Ken Hinkley’s side will look to use its considerable pace and the wide Patersons Stadium ground stretch the Dockers’ defensive zones, but it’s a tough one to call.
Make sure you tune in, this one promises to be an absolute ripper.
1. Port Adelaide’s final score of 20.20 (140) against Carlton in round 22 was its highest since round four and the first time the Power had kicked three figures since round 17.
2. Port Adelaide’s win in round eight was its first over Fremantle since early 2009.
3. In 2014 the Dockers are 10-1 at Patersons Stadium and since the start of 2013 they have won 22 of 24 games, conceding an average score of only 61 points per game.
4. Port Adelaide last defeated Fremantle at Patersons Stadium in 2008. In 12 clashes at the venue the two teams have won six games each.
5. Aaron Sandilands is the number one hit-out ruckman in 2014 averaging 38 per game. But Fremantle is ranked eighth in the AFL for clearances. Port Adelaide is equal third.
6. Port Adelaide pair Hamish Hartlett (26.5 points) and Robbie Gray (26.4) were the two highest scoring players last week in the Official AFL Player Ratings. Port Adelaide has six players ranked in the top 100, while Fremantle has seven.