Australian Football League Live Geelong Cats vs Port Adelaide Power Stream Free, AFL 2017 Seasons Week 10. Geelong Cats vs Port Adelaide Power match will be kickoff at Simonds Stadium, South Geelong, Victoria, Australia, Thursday 25 May 2017 online, 19:20 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Seven, Foxtell.
The Cats head in as favourites on the back of the home ground advantage and the action gets underway at 7.20PM. Channel 7 and Fox Footy will broadcast the game, while AFL Live Vision is also available to ALL CrownBet members. Every Match, wherever you are.
Both sides have made bright starts to the season but it is the Cats that head in as favourites on the back of the home ground advantage.
Last weekend, Chris Scott’s side played their first game at the refurbished Simonds Stadium and they enjoyed a 23-point win over last year’s premiers, the Western Bulldogs.
Patrick Dangerfield and Joel Selwood were unstoppable in front of the home crowd, while Harry Taylor bobbed up with five goals.
Port Adelaide head into this with fresh legs as they had the bye in Round 9. Prior to that they ventured over to Shanghai for the history making game in China and were far too good for a disappointing Gold Coast outfit, accounting for the Suns by 72 points.
Nokia Cockatoo faces a stint on the sidelines for Geelong after hurting his hamstring in the win over the Bulldogs last weekend, while Cam Guthrie is set to come back in. Darcy Lang will also be considered.
Port Adelaide enjoy the luxury of having just one player on their injury list with just Nathan Krakouer struggling to come up in time. Angus Monfries, Jake Neade and Brett Eddy are among those with solid form in the SANFL but may struggle to force their way in.
Geelong have won 12 of their past 13 against Port Adelaide and the Power have not defeated the Cats at Geelong since Round 21 in 2007.
The past three games between the two sides have been played at the Adelaide Oval. In Round 5 last year it was a 48 point win for the Cats with Joel Selwood and Patrick Dangerfield playing a starring role. Daniel Menzel booted three goals and for the Power, Charlie Dixon also snagged three.
B: Jake Kolodjashnij, Tom Lonergan, Mark Blicavs
HB: Cameron Guthrie, Harry Taylor, Corey Enright
C: Mitch Duncan, Joel Selwood, Andrew Mackie
HF: Jimmy Bartel, Rhys Stanley, Steven Motlop
F: Nakia Cockatoo, Tom Hawkins, Daniel Menzel
FOLL: Zac Smith, Josh Caddy, Patrick Dangerfield
INT: Cory Gregson, Shane Kersten, Lincoln McCarthy, Tom Ruggles
EMER: Jed Bews, Darcy Lang, Jordan Murdoch
IN: Corey Enright, Shane Kersten, Lincoln McCarthy
OUT: Jordan Murdoch (Omitted), Lachie Henderson (Managed), Darcy Lang (Omitted)
Port Adelaide Power:
B: Jack Hombsch, Tom Jonas, Jasper Pittard
HB: Cam O’Shea, Jackson Trengove, Matthew Broadbent
C: Jimmy Toumpas, Ollie Wines, Brad Ebert
HF: Jake Neade, Charlie Dixon, Hamish Hartlett
F: Robbie Gray, Justin Westhoff, Chad Wingard
FOLL: Matthew Lobbe, Travis Boak, Aaron Young
INT: Paul Stewart, Karl Amon, Darcy Byrne-Jones, Sam Gray
EMER: Jarman Impey, Sam Colquhoun, Brendon Ah Chee
IN: Cam O’Shea, Paul Stewart
OUT: Brendon Ah Chee (Omitted), Jared Polec (Omitted)