Port Adelaide Power vs Greater Western Sydney Giants Live Scores, Stream, Odds and Results – AFL 2016 Round 18

Sunday”s third AFL 2016 Round 18 match is between Port Adelaide Power and Greater Western Sydney Giants with the game to be played at the Adelaide Oval. The opening bounce is set to commence at 16:40 local time with the away team Greater Western Sydney Giants currently holding favouritism. View our AFL live scores, stream, odds and results for the game between Port Adelaide Power and Greater Western Sydney Giants.


When: 16:40 | Sunday 24/07/2016

Where: Adelaide Oval


Port Adelaide


B: D.Byrne-Jones, L.Austin, J.Pittard

HB: M.Broadbent, T.Clurey, H.Hartlett

C: J.Polec, O.Wines, S.Gray

HF: B.Ebert, J.Westhoff, C.Wingard

F: J.Impey, J.Butcher, A.Young

R: J.Trengove, T.Boak, R.Gray

I/C from: K.Mitchell, J.Neade, P.Stewart, K.Amon, J.Schulz, B.Ah Chee, N.Krakouer

IN: N.Krakouer, B.Ebert, J.Butcher, J.Polec

OUT: C.Dixon (Ankle).



B: J.Patfull, P.Davis, A.Kennedy

HB: H.Shaw, N.Haynes, Z.Williams

C: A.Tomlinson, S.Coniglio, J.Kelly

HF: R.Lobb, J.Patton, S.Johnson

F: D.Smith, J.Cameron, T.Greene

R: S.Mumford, C.Ward, D.Shiel

I/C from: S.Reid, J.Barrett, H.Himmelberg, N.Wilson, M.Kennedy, J.Stewart, T.Scully

IN: N.Wilson, J.Stewart, J.Barrett, M.Kennedy

OUT: J.Steele (Hand).


Port Adelaide have suffered a hammer blow ahead of Sunday’s huge AFL clash with GWS, key forward Charlie Dixon ruled out with an ankle injury.

Dixon injured his left ankle in the final quarter of Port’s 28-point AFL win over North Melbourne on Saturday, and had been racing the clock to be fit.

However scans earlier this week showed an injury to the upper ankle, which could be damaged further if he returned to the field immediately.

“Because of the nature of the injury it’s difficult to say exactly when he’ll be back but we’ll rehabilitate him as quickly as possible without risking any further damage,” high performance manager Darren Burgess said.

“This is a new injury, a trauma injury, and fortunately has nothing to do with the ankle problems Charlie’s had in the past.”

Dixon has kicked 30 goals and claimed 64 marks in 16 matches so far this season, as Port sit two wins behind the struggling Kangaroos in ninth position on the table.


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