GWS vs Port Adelaide Round 20 Tips, Prediction and Preview

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GWS vs Port Adelaide Tips

The Giants battle it out against the Power on Sunday afternoon at Metricon Stadium to keep their spot in the eight.

GWS vs Port Adelaide Tips, Preview & Predictions

GWS Giants vs Port Adelaide Power free AFL tips, predictions and preview – GWS have won five of the previous six meetings.

GWS vs Port Adelaide Tips


  • Josh Kelly has had 25+ disposals 12 times this season
  • Four of the last five meetings have gone UNDER the total points line set for Sunday

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GWS vs Port Adelaide Match Details


🇦🇺 Competition: AFL
🗓 Date: Sunday August 1
Time: 3:10pm AEDT
🏟 Stadium: Metricon Stadium

GWS vs Port Adelaide 2021 Form (last five matches)


Giants (LWLLW)

  • RD 15: GWS 72-90 Hawthorn
  • RD 16: Melbourne 55-64 GWS
  • RD 17: GWS 64-65 Gold Coast
  • RD 18: GWS 72-98 Sydney
  • RD 19: Essendon 53-66 GWS

Power (WWLWW)

  • RD 15: Port Adelaide 81-71 Sydney
  • RD 16: Hawthorn 53-87 Port Adelaide
  • RD 17: Port Adelaide 55-86 Melbourne
  • RD 18: St Kilda 61-74 Port Adelaide
  • RD 19: Port Adelaide 97-69 Collingwood

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


  • R6 2020: Power 63-46 Giants
  • R19 2019: Power 55-56 Giants
  • R18 2018: Power 58-80 Giants
  • R4 2017: Giants 112-81 Power
  • R18 2016: Power 60-79 Giants

GWS vs Port Adelaide Preview


The Giants crept back into the eight with a huge four points against the Bombers.

GWS’s efforts in the second half when the game was up for grabs was superb. They managed to control the game with a slow uncontested marking game and frustrated the Bombers to limit them to a mere one goal in the entire second half.

Although Lachie Whitfield has been starting matches on the wing in recent weeks, I believe he will be moved back into his best half-back role, being superb after he was moved back there during the game against the Bombers.

It looks like they have opted for height in attack, with Jesse Hogan, Harry Himmelberg and possibly Jeremy Finlayson in the line-up. Toby Greene is also a welcome return into the forward line mix.

Meanwhile, the Power avoided multiple scares to come away with a comfortable 28-point victory.

Collingwood took it to Ken Hinkley’s side for the majority of the first half and threatened to cause a major upset. However, Port Adelaide was resilient and managed to hold onto their spot in the top four.

The upcoming match will be won by the side, who is better in the middle of the ground on the day. Ollie Wines, Travis Boak and Karl Amon have been exceptional all season, but the Giants have terrific midfield depth.

Despite Port Adelaide being in the top four and in strong form, it is still a hard match to predict because on their day the Giants can run over the top of them. However, I’ll stick with the Power in this one.

Giants vs Power Team News


Adam Kennedy won’t be available for GWS with an injury concern. Whilst James Peatling, Jeremy Finlayson, Toby Greene and Zach Proule have been included. 

Port Adelaide have included Jarrod Lienert, Jed McEntee and Orazio Fantasia into their line-up for Sunday’s clash.

*Teams are yet to be reduced to 22, four omissions still need to be made from the eight-man bench.

The two sides last met in Round 6 last season, which saw the Power win by 17 points.

Giants vs Power Stats


  • GWS have won five of the previous six meetings
  • Josh Kelly has had 25+ disposals 12 times this season
  • Four of the last five meetings have gone UNDER the total points line set for Sunday

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