Preview Port Adelaide v GWS Giants, 7:10ACST Jul 27, Rd 19 2019 // PREVIEW

PA v GWS - Who wins?

  • Port Adelaide

    Votes: 1 33.3%
  • GWS Giants

    Votes: 2 66.7%

  • Total voters

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Electric Boogaloo
Dec 1, 1999
AFL Club

Injuries (Tuesday)

Port Adelaide

PlayerInjuryEstimated Return
Ryan Burton Hamstring 4-6 weeks
Tobin Cox Kidney Indefinite
Brad Ebert Knee 6-8 weeks
Billy Frampton Suspension 1 week
Riley Grundy Finger Test
Dan Houston Concussion Test
Jake Patmore Knee Season
Jack Watts Leg Indefinite
Ollie Wines Thumb Test

GWS Giants

PlayerInjuryEstimated Return
Stephen Coniglio Knee 7 weeks
Aidan Corr Calf 1 week
Isaac Cumming Hamstring 2 weeks
Matt de Boer Shoulder 3 weeks
Matt Flynn Knee Season
Josh Kelly Calf 2 weeks
Adam Kennedy Illness TBC
Zac Langdon Ankle 7 weeks
Xavier O'Halloran Knee 1 week
Jonathon Patton Knee TBC
Tommy Sheridan Calf 1 week
Callan Ward Knee Season

Where and when: Adelaide Oval, Saturday, July 27, 7.10pm ACST

TV, radio and online: Click here for broadcast guide

What it means for Port Adelaide:
The Power (8-9) need a big turnaround to keep themselves in the hunt for the finals. They've lost three of their past four games to sit one win and percentage outside of the eight.

What it means for Greater Western Sydney: The Giants (10-7) are in the mix for a top-four berth after their outstanding win against Collingwood. They'll be keen to get a win in Heath Shaw's 300th game.

The stat: In three games against the Power at Adelaide Oval, the Giants hold a 2-1 advantage. Overall, the Giants have won their past four games against the Power to take a 5-4 lead since they first met in 2012.

The match-up: Tom Clurey v Jeremy Cameron
Another big test for Clurey, the No.1 Power key defender in the Official AFL Player Ratings, and 204th overall. Cameron (the Giants' No.1 key forward, and 91st overall) is leading the Coleman Medal race with 54 goals for the season, and booted six against Collingwood last week.

It's a big week for: Heath Shaw
The dual All Australian will be up for a big performance to celebrate his 300th-game milestone. Has been an outstanding contributor to the Giants since joining the club from Collingwood.

Big call: The Giants boot the first four goals of the game to put the result beyond doubt early.

Prediction: Giants by 37 points

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Electric Boogaloo
Dec 1, 1999
AFL Club
AO , 7:10pm ACST Saturday, July 27, 2019

B: Dan Houston, Tom Clurey, Riley Bonner
HB: Hamish Hartlett, Tom Jonas, Darcy Byrne-Jones
C: Xavier Duursma, Tom Rockliff, Karl Amon
HF: Robbie Gray, Dougal Howard, Sam Gray
F: Justin Westhoff, Paddy Ryder, Connor Rozee
FOL: Scott Lycett, Sam Powell-Pepper, Travis Boak
I/C: Matthew Broadbent, Zak Butters, Joel Garner, Cam Sutcliffe
EMG: Trent McKenzie, Aidyn Johnson, Boyd Woodcock, Sam Mayes
IN: Paddy Ryder, Joel Garner
OUT: Charlie Dixon (Omitted), Steven Motlop (Omitted)

B: Heath Shaw, Phil Davis, Adam Tomlinson
HB: Lachie Whitfield, Nick Haynes, Sam Taylor
C: Zac Williams, Sam J. Reid, Adam Kennedy
HF: Jackson Hately, Jeremy Cameron, Daniel Lloyd
F: Brent Daniels, Harry Himmelberg, Ian Hill
FOL: Shane Mumford, Toby Greene, Tim Taranto
I/C: Harry Perryman, Jacob Hopper, Jeremy Finlayson, Dawson Simpson
EMG: Jye Caldwell, Aiden Bonar, Lachlan Keeffe, Jake Stein
IN: Phil Davis, Adam Kennedy, Jackson Hately
OUT: Lachlan Keeffe (Omitted), Brett Deledio (Managed), Jake Stein (Omitted)
MILESTONES: Heath Shaw - Playing 300th game
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