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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’s predecessors, the Port Adelaide Magpies, have 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 over the Brisbane Lions.

The pickings since that history-making flag have been slim.

Coach Ken Hinkley has taken Port Adelaide as far as a preliminary final in 2014, but the Power have struggled to fulfil that promise since.

Port got serious in the 2017 trade window, recruiting Melbourne forward Jack Watts, former Brisbane captain Tom Rockliff and dynamic Geelong wingman Daniel Motlop in an effort to add the firepower and experience needed to take the next step.

However, a horror finish to the 2018 home and away season saw Port slide out of finals contention altogether despite spending much of the year in and around the top four.

Having missed the finals again in 2019, Hinkley and the Power have plenty to prove this year. Let’s take a look at the odds and see where the club sits in the major AFL betting markets.

About the Port Adelaide Power

Established: 1997
Home ground: Adelaide Oval
Coach: Ken Hinkley
Captains: Tom Jonas
Premierships: 1 – 2014
2019 ladder finish: 10th

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Updated Port Adelaide futures betting

2019 Premiership Make Finals Make Top 4 Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
Jan $26 $2.75 $11 T Boak $67 M Bergman $34 C Dixon $41
Feb $26 $2.75 $11 T Boak $67 M Bergman $34 C Dixon $41
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Best Port Adelaide bets for the 2020 AFL season

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Port Adelaide players to watch in 2020

Ollie Wines AFL bettingOllie Wines
Born: 7/10/1994
Games: 141
Goals: 63
Position: Midfielder

A water-skiing accident in preseason set the tone for what was a pretty ordinary 2019 for Wines. The big-bodied midfielder will miss the first few games of the 2020 season with a shoulder complaint, so it will be interesting to see how he fares on his return.

Jack Watts AFL bettingJack Watts
Born: 26/3/1991
Games: 174
Goals: 161
Position: Forward

Will we ever see the best of 2008’s no.1 draft pick? A broken leg restricted Watts to only two games last season, so Power fans will hope he is ready to go in 2020. Jack’s skill, athleticism and versatility make him a valuable asset when he is up and about.

Charlie Dixon AFL bettingCharlie Dixon
Born: 23/9/1990
Games: 135
Goals: 212
Position: Forward

Dixon’s career average of 1.6 goals per game is nowhere good enough for a key forward of his status. The former Gold Coast star is running out of chances to show he is anything more than an overpriced list-clogger.

Port Adelaide Power records

Most matches: Kane Cornes – 300 (2001-2015)
Most matches coached: Mark Williams – 274 (1999-2010)
Most goals kicked in one match: 8.4 – Warren Tredrea vs. Carlton, Rd 8 1998
Most Best & Fairest awards: Warren Tredrea, Kane Cornes – four
Most goals in a season: Warren Tredrea – 81 (2004)
Most career goals: Warren Tredrea – 549

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