2016 NAB Challenge Live Port Adelaide Power vs Melbourne Demons Stream Week 02 AFL Pre Seasons 2016 Free Online.Port Adelaide Power vs Melbourne Demons math will be kick off at Elizabeth Oval Stadium, South Australia, Australia, Saturday 27 February 2016 online, 13.35 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Seven, Foxtell.
After narrowly losing to Sydney with a young side in Blacktown last weekend, the Power will bring an experienced side into Saturday’s clash with the Demons. Melbourne, too, will bring its most experienced line-up to Elizabeth, with former Crow Simon Goodwin to coach the side.
WHERE AND WHEN: Elizabeth Oval, Saturday 1.35pm ACDT
LAST THREE TIMES IN PRE-SEASON GAMES
2011 (Half-game), Melbourne 0.5.6 (36) def Port Adelaide 1.2.6 (27) at AAMI Stadium
2012, Port Adelaide 17.10 (112) d Melbourne 9.10 (64) at AAMI Stadium
2013, Port Adelaide 17.10 (112) d Melbourne 9.10 (64) at Renmark Oval
THE SIX POINTS
1. Port Adelaide has named 13 inclusions to its 29-man squad for Saturday’s game against Melbourne.
2. Melbourne won’t play their two best midfielders Nathan Jones and Bernie Vince.
3. Port Adelaide has only recently played pre-season games against Melbourne – the first in 2011 and in subsequent seasons of 2012 and 2013. All games have been played in South Australia – two at AAMI Stadium and one at Renmark.
4. Simon Goodwin will coach Melbourne this week. This is also the Demons’ first NAB Challenge match of the year.
5. With a vast injection of experience, Port Adelaide potential forward line will see the influx of Robbie Gray, Justin Westhoff, Jay Schulz and Chad Wingard at one end, and Jasper Pittard, Jack Hombsch, Matt Broadbent and Jarman Impey at the other.
6. Port Adelaide last week played a six-man bench and went as close to 90 rotations as possible. Expect the same this weekend.
This will give Power fans a very good look at what should be the club’s close-to-Round 1 team.
Port Adelaide Power: 1. Travis Boak, 3. Jake Neade, 5. Matthew Broadbent, 7. Brad Ebert, 8. Hamish Hartlett, 9. Robbie Gray, 11. John Butcher, 12. Jackson Trengove, 13. Cam O’Shea, 15. Karl Amon, 16. Ollie Wines, 18. Jimmy Toumpas, 19. Matt White, 20. Chad Wingard, 21. Jared Polec, 23. Matthew Lobbe, 24. Jarman Impey, 27. Alipate Carlile, 28. Jay Schulz, 29. Jasper Pittard, 32. Dougal Howard, 33. Darcy Byrne-Jones, 36. Jack Hombsch, 37. Jesse Palmer, 39. Justin Westhoff, 40. Aaron Young, 41. Brendon Ah Chee, 42. Tom Jonas, 46. Sam Gray
Melbourne Demons: 1. Jesse Hogan, 3. Christian Salem, 4. Jack Watts, 7. Jack Viney, 10. Angus Brayshaw, 11. Max Gawn, 12. Dom Tyson, 13. Clayton Oliver, 14. Lynden Dunn, 15. Billy Stretch, 16. Dean Kent, 17. Sam Frost, 20. Colin Garland, 21. Cameron Pedersen, 22. Viv Michie, 25. Tom McDonald, 28. Oscar McDonald, 29. Jayden Hunt, 30. Alex Neal-Bullen, 31. Jack Grimes, 32. Tomas Bugg, 35. Ben Kennedy, 36. Jeff Garlett, 37. Aaron vandenBerg, 39. Neville Jetta, 42. Josh Wagner, 43. James Harmes, 45. Matt Jones, 46. Dean Terlich