Port adelaide vs st kilda prediction


When is St Kilda vs Port Adelaide taking place?

Kilda vs Port Adelaide will take place on Saturday 30 th April, 2022 – 10:25 (UK) Where is St. Kilda vs Port Adelaide taking place? St. Kilda vs Port Adelaide will take place at Cazalys Stadium in Cairns, Australia Where can I get tickets for St. Kilda vs Port Adelaide?

Can the visitors win their last five games against Port Adelaide?

Not only have they won their last five, but they have played some decent teams during that run which will give them plenty of confidence against a struggling Port Adelaide side. The visitors lost their opening five games but they grabbed their first win of the season last time out by hammering West Coast.

Can the power continue their three-match winning streak against St Kilda?

The Power’s own three-match winning streak was ended by Melbourne last week and while they are capable of responding in this one, St. Kilda’s recent performances are difficult to overlook and they can produce the goods once again here.

Can Saints continue fine run with fourth successive victory against Port Adelaide?

The Saints will look to continue their fine run by overcoming another tricky opponent in this one with Port Adelaide standing in their way of a fourth successive victory.


Port Adelaide to win 1-24

The Power are in premiership mode, but are missing several of their biggest stars, which is why we think they will win by between 1-24 points. This margin market available at most Aussie bookmakers and offers you some nice value at $3.50. We just can’t see the Saints putting in another horror showing.

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Key matchup: Jack Steele vs Ollie Wines

Two players who put their bodies on the line for their teams each week are Jack Steele and Ollie Wines. Both have quickly climbed up the Brownlow Medal betting market in the past month, particularly the St Kilda captain.

St Kilda to win by 1-39 points

The Saints will get off to a quick start against the Power and emerge as victors in a close battle. Ken Hinkley’s men win a majority of their matches against teams outside the top eight, but we think this week will be an exception.


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