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VENUE & TIME: Etihad Stadium, Sunday 17 June, 4.40pm (AEST)
HEAD TO HEAD: Played: 20, Port Adelaide 11, Western Bulldogs 9
LAST TIME: Western Bulldogs 24.13 (157) def Port Adelaide 15.7 (97), Round 22 2011 at AAMI Stadium
LAST TIME AT VENUE: Western Bulldogs 20.13 (133) def Port Adelaide 17.11 (113), Round 14 2007 at Etihad Stadium
Defender Dale Morris (leg) remains the only long-term casualty on the Western Bulldogs list, with the likes of defender Tom Williams (shoulder), big man Lukas Markovic (hamstring) and forwards Nathan Djerrkura (quad) and Jason Tutt (knee) all to be tested this week. Williams – who last played for the ‘Dogs in Round 19 last year – has played just 73 matches in his seven years at the club. He trained freely on Tuesday and could return for the club’s VFL affiliate, Williamstown, this week.
Port Adelaide are without key midfielder Travis Boak (foot) who is not expected to return within the next three weeks, while Nick Salter (foot) and Mitch Banner (knee) will not play in the next fortnight. Forward Robbie Gray (knee) is sidelined for the remainder of the 2012 season. In better news for the Power, Matt Thomas (corked thigh) is expected to play after being a late withdrawal against the Hawks. John Butcher returned in the SANFL for Port Adelaide after a hip complaint and could also come into the selection mix.
Western Bulldogs’ Past Five:
Round 10: Loss, 5.10 (40) – 20.12 (132) v Sydney, SCG
Round 9: Loss, 11.9 (75) – 14.11 (95) v Geelong, Etihad Stadium
Round 8: Win, 9.18 (72) – 4.10 (34) v Gold Coast, TIO Stadium
Round 7: Win, 15.11 (101) – 12.11 (83) v North Melbourne, Etihad Stadium
Round 6: Loss, 11.11 (77) – 15.8 (98) v Collingwood, Etihad Stadium
Port Adelaide’s Past Five:
Round 11: Loss, 9.8 (62) – 16.12 (108) v Hawthorn, AAMI Stadium
Round 10: Win, 14.15 (99) – 6.9 (45) v Carlton, AAMI Stadium
Round 9: Win, 17.16 (118) – 10.10 (70) v Gold Coast, Metricon Stadium
Round 8: Win, 14.11 (95) – 14.9 (93) v North Melbourne, AAMI Stadium
Round 7: Loss, 7.5 (47) – 12.15 (87) v Fremantle, Patersons Stadium
After a brave loss to Collingwood, wins against North Melbourne and Gold Coast lifted the hopes of ‘Dogs fans for season 2012. In both victories, the team’s attack on the ball and their ability to win the contested footy was instrumental. Another honourable defeat to Geelong was valiant, but they followed that up with a poor effort against the Swans in Sydney.
For Port Adelaide, a 40-point loss to Fremantle, in which they were competitive for long periods, was followed by three wins on the trot. The sensational come-from-behind win against North Melbourne proved the catalyst for that run of form and they followed a routine win over the Gold Coast with a superb 54-point belting of Carlton. Hawthorn ended their impressive run with a good win last week.
Matthew Boyd – With special mention to Ryan Griffen, it is hard to go past the Bulldogs captain who is enjoying another terrific season. His ability to win the ball is simply brilliant and over the last six weeks he is averaging 33 disposals a match. Even in the club’s huge loss to Sydney, he still managed 29 and his effort can never be questioned.
Matthew Broadbent – He might not be a big name yet, but Broadbent’s recent form has been nothing short of exceptional. He has averaged 25 disposals over the past four weeks, including a career-high 31 against Carlton, and has proved a handy option up forward, capable of kicking a couple of goals each week. He attacks the footy and is a smart user of it too.
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