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Port Adelaide Power

Port Adelaide entered the AFL in 1997, joining the Adelaide Crows as the second side from South Australia in the national competition.

The club boasts a proud history of success in the South Australian National Football League, and it took the Power just seven seasons to translate that success to the AFL with a maiden premiership in 2004.

The pickings since that history-making flag have been slim. Coach Ken Hinkley has taken Port Adelaide as far as preliminary finals in 2014, 2020 and 2021, but the Power were knocked out in straight sets in 2023. Is Ken Hinkley on his last legs at Alberton if Port Adelaide don’t win a final again in 2024?

Let’s take a look at the odds and see where Port Adelaide sit in the major AFL betting markets.

About the Port Adelaide Power

Established: 1997
Home ground: Adelaide Oval
Coach: Ken Hinkley
Captain: Connor Rozee
Premierships: 1 – 2004
2023 ladder finish: 3rd (17-6-0)

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Updated Port Adelaide futures betting

2024 Premiership Make Top 4 Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
January +1200 +175 Zak Butters +1500 Josh Sinn +6600 Todd Marshall +3300
March +1200 +175 Zak Butters +1400 Josh Sinn +5000 Todd Marshall +3300
April +1000 +175 Connor Rozee +1200 Josh Sinn +10000 Todd Marshall +4000

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Port Adelaide Power 2024 AFL fixture

PORT POWER fixture
Round Date Opponent Time (local) Venue
1 Sunday, March 17 West Coast Eagles 2:30pm Adelaide Oval, SA
2 Sunday, March 24 Richmond Tigers 3:00pm MCG, VIC
3 Saturday, March 30 Melbourne Demons 7pm Adelaide Oval, SA
4 Friday, April 5 Essendon Bombers 7:40pm Adelaide Oval, SA (GATHER ROUND)
5 Saturday, April 13 Fremantle Dockers 7pm Adelaide Oval, SA
6 Saturday, April 20 Collingwood Magpies 1:45pm MCG, VIC
7 Friday, April 26 St Kilda Saints 7:10pm Adelaide Oval, SA
8 Thursday, May 2 Adelaide Crows 7pm Adelaide Oval, SA
9 Friday, May 10 Geelong Cats 7:10pm GMHBA Stadium, VIC
10 Sunday, May 19 Hawthorn Hawks 2:50pm Adelaide Oval, SA
11 Saturday, May 25 North Melbourne Kangaroos 1:45pm Blundstone Arena, TAS
12 Thursday, May 30 Carlton Blues 7pm Adelaide Oval, SA
13 BYE
14 Sunday, June 16 GWS Giants 4pm Giants Stadium, NSW
15 Saturday, June 22 Brisbane Lions 1:45pm Adelaide Oval, SA
16 TBC St Kilda Saints TBC Adelaide Oval, SA
17 TBC Western Bulldogs TBC Adelaide Oval, SA
18 TBC Gold Coast Suns TBC Heritage Bank Stadium, QLD
19 TBC Richmond Tigers TBC Adelaide Oval, SA
20 TBC Carlton Blues TBC Marvel Stadium, VIC
21 TBC Sydney Swans TBC Adelaide Oval, SA
22 TBC Melbourne Demons TBC MCG, VIC
23 TBC Adelaide Crows TBC Adelaide Oval, SA
24 TBC Fremantle Dockers TBC Optus Stadium, WA

Port Adelaide players to watch in 2024

Charlie Dixon

Charlie Dixon

Born: 23/9/1990
Games: 203
Goals: 333
Position: Forward

Charlie Dixon has struggled to string games together over the last two seasons, with the key forward only managing to play in 26 of Port Adelaide’s 47 games. Dixon kicked 23 goals in 14 matches in 2023, which saw the Power struggle to kick winning scores without their number one forward. If Dixon is over his injury problems and can get onto the park for most of Port Adelaide’s matches in 2024, the Power can go deep into September and push for their first premiership since 2004.

Connor Rozee

Connor Rozee

Born: 22/1/2000
Games: 106
Goals: 98
Position: Forward/Midfielder

After the retirement of Tom Jonas at the end of last season, Connor Rozee was given the Port Adelaide captaincy. In what was his fifth year in the competition, Rozee picked up his second All-Australian honour and finished second in the club’s best and fairest after winning it in 2022. Rozee averaged just under 26 disposals and one goal per game in 2023, which cemented him as one of the best mid-forwards in the competition. There is no doubt that Rozee and Zak Butters are the future of the Power, and the future looks very bright.

Esava Ratugolea

Esava Ratugolea

Born: 24/7/1998
Games: 75
Goals: 38
Position: Defender

Esava Ratugolea was traded to Port Adelaide from Geelong in the 2023 trade period, as the 25-year-old key defender struggled to cement his spot in Geelong’s best 22. The Power needed a defender to come in and fill the void left by Tom Jonas and the constant injuries that the team suffered in the back six last year. With more game time and more opportunity at Port Adelaide, Ratugolea has the chance to prove his doubters wrong and become a top key defender in 2024.

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