Saturday’s second AFL 2016 Round 17 match is between North Melbourne Kangaroos and Port Adelaide Power with the game to be played at the Etihad Stadium. The opening bounce is set to commence at 16:35 local time with the home team North Melbourne Kangaroos currently holding favouritism. View our AFL live scores, stream, odds and results for the game between North Melbourne Kangaroos and Port Adelaide Power.
When: 16:35 | Saturday 16/07/2016
Where: Etihad Stadium
B: S.Thompson, M.Firrito, S.Atley
HB: N.Dal Santo, R.Tarrant, J.Macmillan
C: S.Gibson, A.Swallow, J.Ziebell
HF: J.Anderson, B.Brown, B.Harvey
F: L.Thomas, D.Petrie, J.Waite
R: T.Goldstein, B.Cunnington, D.Wells
I/C: B.McKenzie, R.Clarke, A.Mullett, C.Wagner
EMG: T.Dumont, E.Vickers-Willis, D.Mountford
IN: N.Dal Santo, J.Waite, D.Wells
OUT: F.Ray, M.Wood, T.Dumont.
B: D.Byrne-Jones, L.Austin, J.Pittard
HB: M.Broadbent, T.Clurey, H.Hartlett
C: K.Amon, O.Wines, S.Gray
HF: J.Neade, J.Westhoff, C.Wingard
F: J.Impey, C.Dixon, J.Schulz
R: J.Trengove, T.Boak, R.Gray
I/C: K.Mitchell, A.Young, P.Stewart, B.Ah Chee
EMG: J.Butcher, J.Toumpas, J.Palmer
IN: P.Stewart, S.Gray, B.Ah Chee
OUT: N.Krakouer, B.Ebert, C.O’Shea.
With their finals hopes seemingly shot, Port Adelaide now want to put holes in the playoff bids of their AFL rivals.
And midfielder Matthew Broadbent says Port’s spoiling campaign starts with Saturday afternoon’s away fixture against eighth-placed North Melbourne.
“With the position we sit in, that (spoiling role) is probably something that we can actually play – try and do a bit of damage,” Broadbent told reporters on Wednesday.