The West Coast Eagles will be out to pick up their fourth straight victory when they take on the Port Adelaide Power in Perth on Good Friday. This is The Roar’s guide to streaming the match online, and watching it on TV.
This match will be available on Foxtel right around the country, and on Channel 7 in both Western Australia and South Australia.
Fox Sports, as they tend to be for every game throughout the season, will be the best option to tune into the action. They will broadcast the match on Fox Footy, which can be found on Channel 504, with coverage beginning at 8pm (AEDT).
To watch the coverage on Fox Footy, you will need to have a valid Foxtel TV subscription, complete with the sports package.
If you are from Western Australia or South Australia, then you will be able to watch the match on free to air TV through the Seven Network. For those in the West, the game will be broadcast on 7Mate (Channel 72) rather than Channel 7 (Channel 71 in high definition, 70 in standard).
If you would prefer to stream this Round 5 AFL encounter, there will be a number of means which allow you to do so.
The best of those will be to use the coverage available on Fox Sports. For this, you can use Kayo Sports, which has the rights to all of Foxtel’s sports channels, plus other selected events from $25 per month.
If you are based in Western Australia or South Australia, you’ll also be able to stream the match for free on 7Plus.
The AFL Digital Pass is also an option for streaming every match this AFL season, and will set you back $99 for the annual pass.
If you’re looking to tune in from overseas, you can use Watch AFL, which is the official streaming partner of the AFL for overseas viewers.
Here at The Roar, we will also cover the game with a live blog and highlights so you won’t miss a moment of the action.
Date: Friday, April 19
First bounce: 8:10pm (AEDT)
Venue: Optus Stadium, Perth
TV: Live, Fox Footy 504, Seven Network (WA, SA only)
Online: Live, Foxtel app, Foxtel now, Kayo Sports, 7Plus (WA, SA only), AFL Digital Pass
Overall record: Played 33, Power 18, Eagles 15
Last meeting: Round 21, 2018 – Power 9.4 (58) defeated by Eagles 9.8 (62) at Adelaide Oval
West Coast Eagles
B Shannon Hurn, Tom Barrass, Brad Sheppard
HB Lewis Jetta, Jeremy McGovern, Tom Cole
C Chris Masten, Elliot Yeo, Dom Sheed
HF Jack Redden, Jack Darling, Mark Hutchings
F Liam Ryan, Josh J. Kennedy, Jamie Cripps
FOL Nathan Vardy, Andrew Gaff, Luke Shuey
I/C Oscar Allen, Liam Duggan, Tom Hickey, Jack Petruccelle
EMG Will Schofield, Josh Rotham, Brendon Ah Chee, Josh Smith
Port Adelaide Power
B Riley Bonner, Tom Clurey, Dan Houston
HB Ryan Burton, Tom Jonas, Darcy Byrne-Jones
C Xavier Duursma, Tom Rockliff, Justin Westhoff
HF Travis Boak, Brad Ebert, Zak Butters
F Robbie Gray, Paddy Ryder, Connor Rozee
FOL Scott Lycett, Ollie Wines, Willem Drew
I/C Dougal Howard, Todd Marshall, Sam Powell-Pepper, Sam Gray
EMG Sam Mayes, Aidyn Johnson, Jarrod Lienert, Peter Ladhams