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Where: Adelaide Oval
When: 07.40 (BST)
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For the second week in a row footy fans will be treated to a first v second battle as Geelong takes on Port Adelaide in Adelaide after overcoming Hawthorn in an Easter Monday epic.
The Power will also enter this encounter fresh from a big win, beating West Coast in Perth. While the last time these sides met, last year’s second semi final, marked the end of the Power’s incredible 2013 season; a win for the home side on Sunday could mark the beginning of something special for the Power in 2014.
Jared Polec (Power) – Has covered himself in glory since moving to the club from Brisbane and could be the best signing of 2014.
Travis Boak (Power) – Was well held by the West Coast Eagles and will relish the chance to take on the classy Cats.
Jay Schulz (Power) – Could also prove a headache for the Cats in defence of he can be cleared of a facial injury suffered last week.
Steve Johnson (Cats) – Showing just how good he is by turning himself into a classy midfielder this season.
Tom Hawkins (Cats) – Is a warm favourite for the Coleman Medal again this season after kicking a bag against the Hawks.
Jimmy Bartel (Cats) – Can play at the back, up front or through the midfield and do them all well giving coach Chris Scott great flexibility with his rotations.
1. As well as occupying the first two positions on the ladder, these sides are also the best two clubs for inside 50s; the Cats are ranked No.1 (285) and the Power are No.2 (282).
2. The Power and Cats will clash for the 28th time with Geelong holding a considerable advantage, 18 games to eight, with one draw.
3. Port Adelaide’s biggest win over Geelong was by 75 points in round eight, 2002 at AAMI Stadium, while the Cats’ greatest win was 119 points in the 2007 Grand Final.
4. Both teams have been are strong tacklers this season; the Cats are ranked third averaging 74.4 tackles a game while the Power are fourth at 72.6 a game.
5. The largest bag of goals kicked by a player in a match between these sides was a haul of seven from the Power’s Angus Monfries in round 20, 2013 at Simonds Stadium.
6. Port skipper Travis Boak is on the rise through the Official AFL Player Ratings, currently at No.17 but just four points from Hawthorn’s Jarryd Roughead at No. 16.