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MCG will play host to Sunday”s
Round 5 AFL game between Carlton Blues and
Port Adelaide Power. The game kicks off at 1:40 pm with Carlton Blues heading into the game as favourites with the bookmakers. Continue reading for our in-depth preview of the Carlton Blues vs.
Port Adelaide Power
game and give you our free tips and bets.

When: Sunday April 17, 2022 at 1:40 pm

Where: MCG

Bet: Bet On This Match
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Carlton Blues vs Port Adelaide Power Odds

Carlton Blues vs Port Adelaide Power Preview

We’re about to learn plenty about Port and Carlton on Sunday afternoon.

The previously undefeated Blues were far from their best last week against the Gold Coast, and the writing was on the wall early as they struggled to win the clearances whilst most of the game was played in the Suns’ forward half.

Making matters worse, superstar midfielder and previous Brownlow favourite Patrick Cripps has also suffered a hamstring injury that will see him miss the next month of footy.

The blow isn’t the end of the world for Carlton, but it remains to be seen how the Blues go about their business without their skipper on the field.

As for Port, this is basically it.

The Power are already facing an uphill battle after starting 0-4, while Ollie Wines’ recent health scare couldn’t have come at a worse time on the back of last week’s goalless first half against Melbourne.

On the plus side, the Power destroyed Carlton 140-45 when they played last August – their sixth straight win over the Blues dating back to 2017.

Also working in Port’s favour (maybe) is the fact this game is being played in Melbourne.

The Power have played to a 3-1 record as the away dog over the last 12 months, and it might help take some of the pressure off getting away from Adelaide for a week.

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Carlton Blues vs Port Adelaide Power Teams

CARLTON
Backs [6] Zac Williams [33] Lewis Young [15] Sam Docherty
Half Backs [42] Adam Saad, [23] Jacob Weitering, [26] Luke Parks
Centreline [18] Sam Walsh, [29] George Hewett, [32] Jack Newnes
Half Forwards [44] Matthew Owies, [30] Charlie Curnow, [21] Jack Martin
Forwards [25] Zac Fisher, [10] Harry McKay, [1] Jack Silvagni
Followers [27] Marc Pittonet, [5] Adam Cerra, [43] Will Setterfield
Interchange [7] Matthew Kennedy, [19] Corey Durdin, [24] Nic Newman, [46] Matthew Cottrell
Emergencies: [12] Tom De Koning, [8] Lachie Fogarty, [2] Paddy Dow, [4] Lochie O’Brien
In: Corey Durdin, Jack Newnes, Luke Parks, Marc Pittonet, Matthew Cottrell
Out: P.Cripps (Injured), L.Plowman (Omitted), J.Boyd (Omitted), Lachie Fogarty (Omitted), Tom De Koning (Omitted), Lochie O’Brien (Omitted)

PORT ADELAIDE
Backs [3] Ryan Burton, [21] Aliir Aliir, [17] Tom Clurey
Half Backs [26] Riley Bonner, [1] Tom Jonas, [33] Darcy Byrne-Jones
Centreline [5] Dan Houston, [28] Willem Drew, [15] Karl Amon
Half Forwards [14] Miles Bergman, [19] Mitch Georgiades, [20] Connor Rozee
Forwards [11] Jeremy Finlayson, [4] Todd Marshall, [2] Sam Powell-Pepper
Followers [25] Sam Hayes, [18] Zak Butters,n [10] Travis Boak
Interchange [9] Robbie Gray, [44] Jackson Mead, [6] Steven Motlop, [43] Trent Dumont
In: A.Aliir, J.Finlayson, R.Gray, S.Hayes
Out: Jed McEntee (Omitted), Lachie Jones (HS Protocol), Ollie Wines (Illness), Sam Mayes (Omitted), Scott Lycett (Injured)
Emergencies: [41] Jed McEntee, [23] Dylan Williams, [32] Sam Mayes, [31] Sam Skinner
New: Sam Hayes