Australian Football League Live Hawthorn Hawks vs Port Adelaide Power Live Stream Free, AFL 2018 Regular Seasons Week 11 AFL Stream. Hawthorn Hawks vs Port Adelaide Power match will be kickoff at University of Tasmania Stadium, Launceston, TAS, Australia, Saturday 02 June 2018 online, 14:10 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Seven, Foxtell.
The two sides are precariously placed, sitting just outside the eight. Port Adelaide have a game in hand, however, as they come off the bye in Round 10. They also have one extra win to their credit and have won six from nine, while Hawthorn are five and five.
The Hawks have dropped their past three and will be desperate for a win with their bye looming in Round 12. Alistair Clarkson’s side went down to the West Coast Eagles by 15 points in Round 10 and just lacked the polish at vital times.
Prior to the break, Port Adelaide ventured over the Shanghai in China for a 40 point win over the Gold Coast Suns. Ken Hinkley’s side have had an even spread of contributors this year and Robbie Gray, Ollie Wines and Jared Polec are among those that have been playing some good footy. The Power rank 4th in the competition for average disposals and are 1st for clearances.
Hawthorn’s lineup boasts the competition’s leading possession getter in Tom Mitchell, while Jaegar O’Meara and Isaac Smith are others that have been influential in the middle of the ground.
However, Alistair Clarkson’s side will need to work on their efficiency up forward as they have dropped in output in recent weeks. Luke Breust and Jarryd Roughead are among those that the Hawks will need more out of if they are to snap their losing streak.
Port Adelaide smashed a dismal Hawthorn last year in Round 11 at Adelaide. In that encounter, Hawthorn failed to register a goal in the first half before eventually going down by 51 points.
The Power have won three of their past four against Hawthorn since the two sides played out an epic Preliminary Final in 2014. The Power have not ventured to UTAS Stadium since 2012 when they went down to the Hawks by 72 points.
The Hawks have won three of the five games at the venue between the two sides. Hawthorn have lost just once at the venue in their past 24 appearances. Port have won three of five games outside of South Australia this season.
B: Burton, Frawley, Stratton
HB: Burgoyne, Sicily, Hardwick
C: Smith, Mitchell, Shiels
HF: Gunston, O’Brien, O’Meara
F: Howe, Roughead, Ceglar
FOLL: McEvoy, Impey, Breust
I/C: Duryea, Henderson, Morrison, Puopolo
EMG: Miles, Whitecross, Mirra, Lewis
IN: O’Brien, Howe
OUT: Lewis, Mirra
B: Bonner, Jonas, Houston
HB: Byrne-Jones, Hombsch, Clurey
C: Motlop, Wines, Polec
HF: Boak, Westhoff, Wingard
F: S.Gray, Dixon, R.Gray
FOLL: Ryder, Rockliff, Ebert
I/C: Howard, Neade, Powell-Pepper, Watts
EMG: Amon, Pittard, Hewett, Thomas