Port Adelaide vs GWS Semi-Finals Tips – 16/09/23

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Port Adelaide Power vs GWS Giants free AFL pro footy tips, predictions and preview- Port to bounce back at the Adelaide Oval with win over the Giants

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Port Adelaide vs GWS Tips


  • Since returning from injury in Round 21, Tom Green is averaging over 35 disposals.

  • Port Adelaide have won the past four games between the two sides by an average margin of 35 points

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  • Lachie Ash is averaging 24 disposals per game this season.
  • Dan Houston has averaged 23 disposals in his past five matches against GWS.
  • Zak Butters has had 30+ disposals in six of his past seven games, he had 29 in the other. Butters is averaging nearly 28 disposals per game this season.
  • Connor Rozee has had 25+ disposals in eight of his past nine matches, he had 24 in the other.
  • Since returning from injury in Round 21, Tom Green is averaging over 35 disposals.
  • Sam Powell-Pepper has kicked 10 goals in his last five matches.
  • Toby Greene has kicked 23 goals in his past eight matches.

Port Adelaide vs GWS Match Details


🇦🇺 Competition: AFL
🗓 Date: Saturday September 16
⏰ Time: 7:40pm (AEST)
🏟 Stadium: Adelaide Oval

Port Adelaide vs GWS 2023 Form (last five matches)


Power (LWWWL)

  • R21: Geelong 97-85 Port Adelaide
  • R22: Port Adelaide 136-85 GWS Giants
  • R23: Fremantle 58-74 Port Adelaide
  • R24: Port Adelaide 94-63 Richmond
  • QF: Brisbane 123-75 Port Adelaide

Giants (LLWWW)

  • R21: GWS Giants 85-96 Sydney Swans
  • R22: Port Adelaide 136-85 GWS Giants
  • R23: GWS Giants 162-36 Essendon
  • R24: Carlton 73-105 GWS Giants
  • EF: St Kilda 77-101 GWS Giants

Port Adelaide vs GWS Head to Head (last five matches)


  • R22 2023: Power 136-85 Giants
  • R17 2022: Port Adelaide 84-29 GWS Giants
  • R20 2021: Giants 73-100 Power
  • R6   2020: Power 63-46 Giants
  • R19 2019: Power 55-56 Giants
  • R18 2018: Power 58-80 Giants

Port Adelaide vs GWS Preview


Port Adelaide were left licking their wounds after a 38-point Qualifying Final loss to the Brisbane Lions at the GABBA and front up against a GWS side that head in full of confidence after defeating St Kilda by 24 points in the Elimination Final.

The Power have a number of injury concerns heading in with Dylan Williams and Trent McKenzie the casualties out of Lions match. But the good news is it is their turn to host and the last time the two sides met at the Adelaide Oval came as recently as Round 22, resulting in a 51 point win.

Ken Hinkley’s side won 10 of their 11 matches against interstate sides at the venue this season and will look for big games from Zak Butters, Connor Rozee and Dan Houston, who all had 25+ disposals in the loss to the Lions.

GWS will look to run and carry before slicing up the opposition backline, like they did against St Kilda in the first week of the finals. Tom Green has been a ball magnet all season, while Josh Kelly and Lachie Whitfield are sure to find plenty of the footy. Jesse Hogan, Toby Greene and Jake Riccardi loom as the targets up forward.

The winner of this match will advance to the Preliminary Final for a date with Collingwood at the MCG and a Grand Final birth on the line. For the loser, it is farewell to 2023. Pressure is certainly on Port Adelaide and their coach, Ken Hinkley, but it is worth noting that in the current AFL Finals system, 42 Semi Finals have been played with 33 of those taken out by the loser of the Qualifying Final the previous week.

Power vs Giants Stats

  • In the current AFL Finals system, 42 Semi Finals have been played with 33 of those taken out by the loser of the Qualifying Final the previous week.
  • The two sides have never played each other in a final.
  • The Power ended the home and away season in 3rd spot on the ladder, GWS were 7th.
  • Port have won 10 of 11 games against interstate sides at the Adelaide Oval in 2023.
  • The two sides have played each other six times at the Adelaide Oval and the ledger is square at three wins apiece.

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