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Port Adelaide Power

Port Adelaide entered into 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.

After inheriting a struggling side earlier in the decade, coach Ken Hinkley has taken Port Adelaide as far as a preliminary final in 2014, but has since struggled to fulfil that promise since.

The Power 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.

Another busy trade period means the Power will enter 2019 as something of an unknown quantity. 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 and Ollie Wines
Premierships: 1 – 2014
2018 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 $18 $2 $4.50 R Gray $34 R Gray $34
Feb $21 $2.25 $5.50 R Gray $34 C Rozee $26 C Dixon $41
Mar $34 $2.40 $6.50 R Gray $51 C Rozee $26 C Dixon $41
Apr $41 $2.35 $7.50 T Rockliff $34 C Rozee $13 J Westhoff $51
May $18 $1.50 $3.50 T Boak $34 C Rozee $6 R Gray $81
Jun $41 $1.80 $9 T Boak $15 C Rozee $8 C Dixon $251
Jul $51 $2.25 $19 T Boak $15 C Rozee $8 C Dixon $251
Aug $101 $4.50 SUS T Boak $51 C Rozee $23 SUS
Sep SUS SUS SUS T Boak $81 SUS SUS

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Port Adelaide Power 2019 AFL fixture

Round Opponent Venue Date Time
1 Melbourne Demons MCG Saturday, March 23 1:45pm AEDT
2 Carlton Blues Adelaide Oval Saturday, March 30 4:40pm ACDT
3 Brisbane Lions The Gabba Saturday, April 6 6:25pm AEST
4 Richmond Tigers Adelaide Oval Saturday, April 13 4:05pm ACST
5 West Coast Eagles Optus Stadium Friday, April 19 6:10pm AWST
6 North Melbourne Kangaroos Adelaide Oval Friday, April 26 7:20pm ACST
7 Collingwood Magpies Marvel Stadium Friday, May 5 7:50pm AEST
8 Adelaide Crows Adelaide Oval Saturday, May 11 7:10pm ACST
9 Gold Coast Suns Adelaide Oval Sunday, May 19 12:40pm ACST
10 Hawthorn Hawks UTAS Stadium Saturday, May 25 1.45pm AEST
11 St Kilda Saints Jiangwan Stadium Sunday, June 2 12:10pm AWST
12 BYE
13 Fremantle Dockers Optus Stadium Saturday, June 15 2:35pm AWST
14 Geelong Cats Adelaide Oval Saturday, June 22 7:10pm ACST
15 Western Bulldogs Adelaide Oval Saturday, June 29 7:10pm ACST
16 Adelaide Crows Adelaide Oval Saturday, July 6 4:05pm ACST
17 Brisbane Lions Adelaide Oval Sunday, July 14 4:10pm ACST
18 Richmond Tigers MCG Saturday, July 20 1:45pm AEST
19 GWS Giants Adelaide Oval Saturday, July 27 7:10pm ACST
20 Essendon Bombers Marvel Stadium Saturday, August 3 1:45pm AEST
21 Sydney Swans Adelaide Oval Saturday, August 10 1:40pm ACST
22 North Melbourne Kangaroos Marvel Stadium Saturday, August 17 7:25pm AEST
23 Fremantle Dockers Adelaide Oval TBA TBA

Port Adelaide players to watch in 2019

Ryan Burton AFL bettingRyan Burton
Born: 31/1/1997
Games: 47
Goals: 5
Position: Defender

After two superb seasons with Hawthorn, Burton decided it was time to pack up and head home. The 22-year-old North Adelaide product is already one of the best rebounding defenders in the league, but does his arrival make up for the loss of Polec, Wingard, et al?

Tom Rockliff AFL bettingTom Rockliff
Born: 22/2/1990
Games: 172
Goals: 94
Position: Midfielder

Injury problems ruined Rockliff’s first term at West Lakes, but he looked in tip-top shape and ready to go in the preseason. Having floated between midfield and the forward line for much of his career, the former Lion is expected to spend much more time in the middle this year.

Zak Butters AFL bettingZak Butters
Born: 8/9/2000
Games: –
Goals: –
Position: Midfielder

Port went hard at the draft last year and picked three outstanding talents in the first round. Butters, who went at pick 12, outshone both Connor Rozee and Xavier Duursma in preseason and looks like he has the chops to be a regular in the best 22 by season’s end.

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 goals – Warren Tredrea vs. Carlton, Rd 8 1998
Most Best & Fairest awards: Warren Tredrea, Kane Cornes – 4
Most goals in a season: Warren Tredrea – 81 (2004)
Most career goals: Warren Tredrea – 549

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