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Where: Adelaide Oval
When: Friday August 22 – 10.20am (BST)
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Out of finals contention, Carlton have nothing more to play for but pride, but Mick Malthouse’s side have shown they are a big danger to top eight teams in the last few weeks.
Both Fremantle and Geelong needed last-gasp goals to defeat the Blues, and a victory over Port Adelaide certainly isn’t out of the question.
With Ken Hinkley’s side still to play Fremantle in round 23, there is still a genuine chance the Power can finish in fourth and nab a double-chance in the finals.
It promises to be a cracking game of football which going off recent form is almost impossible to predict.
Port Adelaide go in as favourites, but you simply cannot count the Blues out here.
1. Port Adelaide has kicked more behinds this season than any other side (263); its overall accuracy is middle of the road, ranked 10th at 48.8 per cent.
2. No team handballs less in 2014 than the Blues, ranked 18th with only 133 a game. In contrast, the Power are ranked fourth with 165.4 a game.
3. Port Adelaide has killed teams on the outside this season, ranked fifth for uncontested possessions with 228.7 a game. Carlton has struggled, ranked 17th with 207.1 a game.
4. Carlton travels to Adelaide Oval for the first time, but its recent history in Adelaide is good, winning five of its past six games at AAMI Stadium.
5. Despite Port Adelaide’s win in round one, Carlton has had the better of the Power recently, winning seven of nine games since 2008, including three wins by more than 50 points.
6. Power spearhead Jay Schulz has gone cold; his output over the past month is 70 per cent down on his previous average. Blues star Kade Simpson is also struggling and dropped six places in the Official AFL Player Ratings after his third-worst game since 2010 last weekend.