Recent form points to a very close match.
Since losing their first five games of the season the Power have well and truly got back on track. They are 7-2 since, with their only losses coming against the Tigers and the Cats.
Meanwhile over at Freo cracks have begun to appear. Their early season form came on the back of outstanding team defence, but they have dropped off significantly in this area of late.
In the last three weeks they have conceded more than 80 points, a far cry from the start of the year when they were keeping the likes of Geelong and Melbourne to 66 and 56 respectively.
With Port Adelaide welcoming back Darcy Byrne-Jones and Tom Clurey to stiffen the defence, as well as Robbie Gray, they are fielding close to the strongest side they have put on the field all year.
The Power will gain further confidence from an excellent record against the Dockers, having covered and won the last three times they have played.
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Rozee has been a model of consistency since returning to a full time midfield role, not having had less than 20 since round Round 4.
Marshall has established himself as the number one option in the Power forward lin with multiple snags in six of his last seven.
Powell-Pepper has goaled in five of his last seven and bagged three against the Dockers last year.
Marshall has been in superb form and his hallmark is his accuracy. He now boasts a remarkable 31.7 kicking for goal this season and won’t need many chances to put up big numbers again.