Saturday’s second AFL 2016 Round 10 match is between Melbourne Demons and Port Adelaide Power with the game to be played at the Traeger Park. The opening bounce is set to commence at 14:10 local time with the away team Port Adelaide Power currently holding favouritism. View our AFL live scores, stream, odds and results for the game between Melbourne Demons and Port Adelaide Power.
When: 14:10 | Saturday 28/05/2016
Where: Traeger Park
B: J.Wagner, T.McDonald, N.Jetta
HB: T.Bugg, O.McDonald, C.Garland
C: B.Stretch, D.Tyson, B.Vince
HF: D.Kent, J.Watts, J.Garlett
F: C.Petracca, J.Hogan, B.Kennedy
R: M.Gawn, N.Jones, J.Viney
I/C:B.Newton, J.Hunt, A.Neal-Bullen, J.Harmes
EMG: C.Dawes, V.Michie, J.Grimes
In: N.Jetta, D.Tyson
Out: V.Michie (Omitted), C.Oliver (Quad).
B: D.Byrne-Jones, J.Hombsch, J.Pittard
H: N.Krakouer, C.O’Shea, M.Broadbent
C: J.Polec, O.Wines, B.Ebert
HF: J.Neade, J.Westhoff, H.Hartlett
F: A.Young, C.Dixon, C.Wingard
R: J.Trengove, T.Boak, R.Gray
I/C:P.Stewart, K.Amon, J.Impey,
EMG: L.Austin, B.Ah Chee, S.Gray
Out: T.Jonas (Suspension).
Gun recruit Clayton Oliver and on-the-mend midfielder Jack Trengove won’t travel with Melbourne’s AFL side to Alice Springs to play Port Adelaide.
Demons coach Paul Roos, while confirming Dom Tyson and Neville Jetta would return to the side, said the club was a taking a cautious approach to selecting any recent draftees.
“It’s something we have to keep on monitoring over the next month until we get to the bye because being a young team, you never know when they’re going to hit a bit of a wall,” he said.