Port Adelaide v Gold Coast Suns: AFL preview, news and how to watch live
All you need to know in the lead up to the last match for round 15, Port Adelaide v Gold Coast Suns on Sunday 26 June, including news updates, past history plus when and how to watch live on Kayo.
Round 15 culminates in Adelaide when Port host an invigorated Gold Coast Suns.
Watch live here on Kayo and catch up on all the news in the lead-up.
Power v Suns preview
Gold Coast has won their last three, is on the fringe of the eight and head to South Australia to play a Port Adelaide outfit back in finals contention after losing its first five games of the year.
Port Adelaide get their spiritual leader Travis Boak back from COVID protocols, but the loss of Zak Butters to a knee injury will hurt, with the midfielder averaging 21 disposals per match this season.
For the Gold Coast, both Will Powell (ankle) and Connor Budarick (hamstring) have succumbed to serious injuries. Yet again though Touk Miller will be crucial in the centre of the ground.
He is top five in the AFL for centre clearances with 94 heading into round 15, trailing leader Clayton Oliver (Demons) by nine.
What time is Power v Suns?
The game starts at 3.40pm (ACST), 4.10pm (AEST) and 2.10pm (AWST) on Sunday 26 June.
Where is it being played?
How do I watch the game?
The game will be broadcast live on Kayo as part of its AFL coverage. Not only can you catch the LIVE fixture and also the replay, but if you miss the action, you can catch up with Kayo Minis and Kayo Bites. How to watch AFL live here and start your Kayo 14-day free trial today.
How can I watch more Power and Suns matches?
Port Adelaide Power team page on Kayo
Gold Coast Suns team page on Kayo
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What news do I need to know ahead of Sunday?
CodeSports has the latest news and analysis from around the AFL.
PLUS the latest AFL SuperCoach.
History between Power v Suns
Port Adelaide have not lost to the Gold Coast since 2011 – the Suns’ debut season – with 12 wins on the bounce heading into Sunday. It was Gold Coast’s first ever win in the AFL.
All the ins and outs for the Sunday afternoon:
B: R.Burton, T.Jonas, D.Houston
HB: R.Bonner, A.Aliir, D.Byrne-Jones
C: K.Amon, W.Drew, K.Farrell
HF: J.Mead, T.Marshall, C.Rozee
F: M.Georgiades, C.Dixon, S.Powell-Pepper
FOLL: J.Finlayson, O.Wines, T.Boak
I/C (from): S.Motlop, X.Duursma, T.McKenzie, M.Bergman, L.Jones, J.Burgoyne, T.Schofield, M.Frederick
IN: T.Boak, S.Motlop, T.McKenzie, M.Bergman, J.Burgoyne, T.Schofield
OUT: T.Clurey (HS Protocol), Z.Butters, B.Teakle (both injured)
Gold Coast Suns
B: S.Lemmens, S.Collins, C.Graham
HB: O.Markov, C.Ballard, J.Farrar
C: D.Swallow, N.Anderson, B.Ellis
HF: B.Ainsworth, M.Chol, N.Holman
F: I.Rankine, L.Casboult, S.Flanders
FOLL: J.Witts, M.Rowell, T.Miller
I/C (from): R.Atkins, J.Bowes, C.Burgess, A.Davies, S.Day, B.Fiorini, E.Hollands, M.Rosas
IN: R.Atkins, C.Burgess, B.Fiorini, S.Day, E.Hollands, M.Rosas
OUT: J.Jeffrey, C.Budarick, W.Powell (all injured)
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