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The Dockers have struggled at Adelaide Oval in recent times
Where and when: Adelaide Oval, Sunday, August 25, 4.10pm ACST
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What it means for Port Adelaide: The Power will be relying on other results going their way to remain in finals contention. It could come down to a percentage-boosting win over the Dockers to secure eighth.
What it means for Fremantle: The Dockers are playing for pride after losing seven of their past nine games to end their finals chances. A strong performance is what they need heading into next season.
The stat: Adelaide Oval is a graveyard for the Dockers, who have won only once in eight attempts at the home of South Australian football. That solitary win came against Adelaide in round nine, 2015. They've lost all four Adelaide Oval games against the Power.
The match-up: Connor Rozee v Adam Cerra
The fifth overall picks in the past two drafts will see plenty of each other in the next decade. Rozee is the Power's leading goalkicker this season with 27, while Cerra is improving playing off half-back having had 24 disposals against Essendon last week.
It's a big week for: Bradley Hill
The Dockers star could be playing his final game for the club with a reported move back to Victoria on the cards. He's been in All Australian form this season and will be a massive loss for the Dockers if he does leave the club.
Big call: Travis Boak and Nat Fyfe to both have at least 35 disposals.
Prediction: Port Adelaide by 22 points
The views in this article are those of the author and not necessarily those of the AFL or its clubs
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B: Dan Houston, Tom Jonas, Riley Bonner
HB: Hamish Hartlett, Justin Westhoff, Darcy Byrne-Jones
C: Xavier Duursma, Tom Rockliff, Karl Amon
HF: Robbie Gray, Charlie Dixon, Sam Gray
F: Todd Marshall, Paddy Ryder, Connor Rozee
FOL: Scott Lycett, Ollie Wines, Travis Boak
I/C: Matthew Broadbent, Ryan Burton, Sam Mayes, Billy Frampton, Cam Sutcliffe, Willem Drew, Trent McKenzie, Sam Powell-Pepper (Four to be omitted)
IN: Xavier Duursma, Scott Lycett, Sam Mayes, Billy Frampton, Cam Sutcliffe, Willem Drew, Trent McKenzie
OUT: Tom Clurey (Injured), Peter Ladhams (Omitted), Zak Butters (Omitted)
NEW: Sam Mayes
B: Taylin Duman, Joel Hamling, Connor Blakely
HB: Darcy Tucker, Griffin Logue, Reece Conca
C: Bradley Hill, Ethan Hughes, Ed Langdon
HF: Andrew Brayshaw, Michael Walters, Adam Cerra
F: Brandon Matera, Cam McCarthy, Sam Switkowski
FOL: Sean Darcy, Nat Fyfe, David Mundy
I/C: Mitchell Crowden, Lachie Schultz, Bailey Banfield, Brett Bewley, Travis Colyer, Scott Jones, Ryan Nyhuis, Jason Carter (Four to be omitted)
IN: Bailey Banfield, Brett Bewley, Travis Colyer, Scott Jones, Ryan Nyhuis, Jason Carter
OUT: Hayden Ballantyne (Rested), Aaron Sandilands (Rested)
MILESTONES: Ethan Hughes - Playing 50th game