Power vs Bulldogs, Round 10 AFL Tips

Power vs Bulldogs, Monday Night AFL

Straight into Round 10 of the 2020 AFL Season and on a Monday Night we have the Power taking on the Bulldogs in Adelaide.

Both these sides are coming off very short breaks, with the Power playing last Thursday and the Bulldogs last Wednesday. This may have an impact in terms of fatigue, and it will be interesting to see which side copes with it the best.

A decent Round 9 of AFL action with some close encounters and the Power and Lions leading the way on the AFL Ladder.

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8/9 in tipping last week as well as 8/9 in Player Props.

Let us see if we can back it up in Round 10.

Tipping Results So Far

Season – 55/80 = 68.8%

Player Props – 16/27 = 59.3%

Port Adelaide Power vs Western Bulldogs

Last Meeting

Round 15, 2019 Port Adelaide 5.11 41 – Western Bulldogs 10.6 66

(Western Bulldogs by 25 Points)

Last 5 Meetings

Port Adelaide – 3 Wins

Western Bulldogs – 2 Wins

Last Week

The Power managed to keep their top spot on the AFL Ladder after crushing the Demons by 51 Points last Thursday Night.

The Bulldogs were well beaten by the Tigers and lost the match by 41 Points.

The Power have lost Brad Ebert for this match to injury and have dropped Jarrod Lienert. They welcome back Trent McKenzie, and Boyd Woodcock will make his AFL Debut.

For the Bulldogs, they have lost Matt Suckling to injury, and Billy Gowers and Jackson Trengrove have been omitted. Coming into the side is a talented midfielder, Josh Dunkley who will be a welcome addition. Roarke Smith and Cody Weightman also get another chance at senior football.

Current Head to Head Odds

Port Adelaide – $1.45

Western Bulldogs – $2.85


The Power is on one of the shortest breaks seen in the AFL, and the Demons came off the same break last round and got smashed.

The Bulldogs were disappointing in their clash against the Tigers, but do get Josh Dunkley back which will be a significant addition.

They have been good this season after a loss and may produce an upset in this clash. Patrick Ladhams was outclassed in the ruck against Max Gawn last week, and Tim English and the Bulldogs midfield have a chance to dominate the stoppages.

If their forwards can find some form, they will be right this against a Power side on a 4 daybreak.

Our Pick – Western Bulldogs (Win)

Player Prop – Marcus Bontempelli 1+ Goals

Lacking a bit up forward the Bulldogs and the addition of Josh Dunkley in the midfield may mean that Bontempelli has a spell up forward. Is due for a goal and usually gets a few chances.

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