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VFL Match Preview – Round 7 vs. Casey Demons

Port Melbourne will be aiming to overturn a nine-year drought when it travels to Casey Fields for Round 7 of the VFL on Saturday afternoon.

Having not won at the venue since Round 13, 2010, the Borough will be entering the clash in good nick off the back of four successive wins.

Last weekend saw the side return to their Adcon Stadium home turf and record a 16-point victory over fellow standalone club Werribee.

After bursting out of the blocks with the first eight goals of the game, Port had enough in reserve to hold the Tigers at bay come game’s end despite the fight back by the latter.

The Borough’s small forwards came to the fore in the game, as Campbell Walker (four goals), Blake Pearson (three) and Dion Johnstone (two) all hit the scoreboard multiple times during the early onslaught.

Reigning runners-up Casey have seemingly now hit form, and were able to emphatically turn around an indifferent start to the season with a runaway win over the previously-undefeated Essendon at Windy Hill last weekend.

AFL-listed players such as Tim Smith, Braydon Preuss and Oskar Baker were all pivotal in the win last week, and will take plenty of stopping if Casey are able to retain their services again this week.

The availability of some of their key personnel this Saturday will ultimately depend on what Melbourne decide to do at the selection table at AFL level.

With a trip to Perth to take on the Eagles facing them on Friday night, there may be a carryover of travelling players, as well as reinforcements called upon to cover recent injuries to Melbourne’s Michael Hibberd and Jake Melksham.

Dees key defender Jake Lever is also expected to line up for Casey as he makes his long-awaited return from injury.

Regardless of personnel, Casey will be a formidable opponent for the Borough, who have not had the happiest of times when making the big trip to Cranbourne in recent years.

The two clubs only met once last season, way back in Round 8 when Port’s inaccurate kicking of 10.23 proved costly in the eventual 15-point loss at home (pictured).

Perfect weather conditions are forecast for Saturday’s game, with the Borough hoping to enter next weekend’s Bye with an imposing 5-2 win/loss record if they can get the job done.

Article: Sam Wharton.

Image credit: Tony Cannatelli.

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