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Port Adelaide’s clash with Sydney and the opening of the AFL Saturday is a crucial battle between the two clubs battling it out.

The powerhouse (5-7, 103%) is looking to bounce back from last week’s defeat to Richmond, and the result is the club’s last hope – now three games out of the top eight – is Fox Foot’s analyst Dwain Russell “the ultimate elimination” for Ken Hinckley’s side.

Mich Jorgaid welcomes you again as Hailu unleashes the mid-season draft against Rookman Bren Tequel, Robbie Gray (rest) and Travis Bock (HS protocols).

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Swansea (8-4, 118.8%), who are in the middle of the season, welcome Buddy Franklin, but a win will put them in all four if they are waiting for their clash with Giloong West. Saturday after beach.

Match Report

There were no late changes on either side;

Returning Buddy Franklin scored the first goal of the game to instill confidence in the visitors.

Isaac Henny’s long-range shot, followed by the next major, gave Swans the lead and he won 8-2 on aggregate in the first 10 minutes of the game.

“Henny is getting bigger, he looks ready to explode.

However, Hailu responded with a big bang from that point onwards, when Healy said he would suddenly take the lead with the next three goals if Sydney’s defense was “surrounded.”

This year, Todd Marshall, who leads AFL in goal-scoring accuracy, extended his lead to eight points from 4.3 (27) to 3.1 (19) by setting the second goal of the season on Siren.

Will Howard scored the first goal of the second quarter, but Marshall responded for the third time in the second half that day.

Javier Dursma has been ruled out of action for the rest of the season with a hamstring injury.

According to Fox Foot researchers, Dursma played just five games and created a great opportunity for off-field this year.

The game kicks off at Adele Oval at 1 ፡ 45.

Watch it live on Fox Footy (Channel 504), or stream it on Kayo, from 1 ፡ 30.

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