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How to watch Collingwood vs Port Adelaide AFL live and match preview


Both sides will be looking to continue their strong start to the season.

SUMMARY: Collingwood Magpies vs Port Adelaide Power is live on Channel 7 in SA or Fox Footy nationwide, meaning you can watch on Foxtel Now, Kayo or Foxtel iQ. Watch for free using Foxtel Now's 10-day trial.

After strong wins in round 1 for both teams, the MCG will host a tantalising Collingwood vs Port Adelaide clash.

Port absolutely dominated the Brisbane Lions in their opening match, while Collingwood overran defending premiers Geelong.

What time is Collingwood vs Port Adelaide?

Collingwood vs Port Adelaide is at the MCG on Saturday 25 March at 1.45pm AEDT.

How to watch Collingwood vs Port Adelaide live

The 7 Network and Foxtel share rights to broadcast AFL matches in Australia and there are 2 ways to watch Collingwood vs Port Adelaide.

If you live in SA you can catch Collingwood vs Port Adelaide live and free on Channel 7.

But from anywhere else in the country you need Fox Footy to tune in, which leaves Foxtel Now, Foxtel iQ and Kayo as your only options to stream the match nationwide if you're outside of SA.

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Live stream Collingwood vs Port Adelaide on Foxtel Now

If you're a new user, Foxtel Now comes with a 10-day free trial.

That means you can watch this AFL game at no cost.

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Foxtel Now shows every game of the regular AFL Premiership season live and once your free trial is up, you'll need to have the Sport pack as part of your subscription to keep watching. This costs $54 a month.

For that price you get not only sport but entertainment content too.

To watch Collingwood vs Port Adelaide on Foxtel iQ, you need the Sports HD pack, which costs $74 a month and has no free trial.

Foxtel iQ offers the same content as Foxtel Now, except you watch on the iQ box instead of streaming over the internet. Plus, every AFL game is live in 4K Ultra HD.

Live stream Collingwood vs Port Adelaide on Kayo

Similar to Foxtel Now, Kayo allows you to watch the entire AFL season (apart from the Grand Final) live and ad-free.

New customers can use this 7-day free trial and test it all out plus watch Collingwood vs Port Adelaide at no cost.

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You'll also be able to take advantage of Kayo's special features, such as SplitView, where you can watch up to 4 sports at once on the same screen, or Key Moments, where you can jump straight to important events in the game such as goals.

After the free trial is over, subscriptions to Kayo start from $25 a month, which lets you watch on a single stream.

Collingwood vs Port Adelaide match preview

Both teams had similar victories in round 1 last week.

Collingwood trailed Geelong for most of their round 1 clash, before kicking the final 8 goals of the game to end Geelong's 16-game winning streak.

But the Pies will be without veteran Jeremy Howe, who injured his arm in a sickening collision.

Collingwood had many players strong across the field in their first match, including the Daicos brothers, Jordan De Goey and Tom Mitchell in his first AFL premiership game for the club.

Another club debutant also shone for Port Adelaide, who trounced Brisbane Lions by 52 points.

Jason Horne-Francis had plenty of disposals and clearances in his first run for the Power, after joining from North Melbourne.

Port dominated the second half to put the game out of the Lions' reach.
Collingwood vs Port Adelaide

Image: Kayo

These 2 teams were the 2 highest points scorers of round 1, so we'd expect another high scoring affair here.

But someone would have to come out of the gate faster to make their mark.

With a home ground advantage, we think that might be the Magpies.

Check out a breakdown of the full AFL season draw.

Image: Kayo

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