How to watch Port Adelaide Power vs Richmond Tigers AFL finals live and free
Port Adelaide can silence any remaining doubters and reach this year's AFL grand final if they can overcome Richmond. Here are your viewing options.
It's preliminary final weekend and first up a Port Adelaide side with its eyes firmly on the AFL summit takes on reigning champions Richmond. The Tigers are the team everyone still must find a way past if they are to ascend their well-earned throne.
The Power have set the pace virtually all season long, yet are still to convince some they can win it all. Only considered the third favourite for the flag at the time of writing, Port will surely erase all doubt if they can eliminate a Tigers side chasing a third title in four years.
When is Port Adelaide vs Richmond preliminary final?
Minor premiers Port Adelaide get the honour of hosting this massive showdown. The opening bounce is at 7:50pm AEDT on Friday 16 October at Adelaide Oval. You can check out every match in the 2020 AFL draw here.
How to watch Port Adelaide vs Richmond
Channel 7 and Foxtel share the rights to broadcast the 2020 AFL finals series. That means free-to-air TV, plus Foxtel iQ, Foxtel Now and Kayo Sports are your options nationwide for this big showdown. However, it will not be available via 7plus, so if you need to stream the match you'll need a subscription service.
Kayo Sports offers a range of features and viewing options unmatched by the other providers. It also gives you a way to get Fox Sports without Foxtel. Added to its current 14-day free trial for new users, Port vs Richmond could be the perfect time to take it for a test-drive. We have a full guide to watching the AFL season here. There is also Watch AFL if you are overseas.
Stream Port Adelaide vs Richmond on Kayo Sports
As stated, you can watch Port Adelaide vs St Kilda for no cost using Kayo's 14-day free trial. After the trial period, a Basic subscription is $25 a month to watch on 2 screens or $35 a month for a third screen. You can check it all out in our Kayo Sports review.
For more information on streaming services, we have a breakdown of Kayo vs Foxtel. Among its selling points, Kayo has an array of special features such as SplitView, which lets you watch up to four sports at once on the same screen. Other features include Interactive Stats, No Spoilers, Key Moments and more.
In total Kayo broadcasts more than 50 sports, including a wide variety of timeless, evergreen content. It is compatible with Macs and PCs, plus iOS and Android devices, Chromecast, Apple TV, Android TV, Telstra TV, Sony Bravia TV and Samsung TV (2017 or later).
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Live stream Port vs Richmond from overseas
If outside of Australia the only way to guarantee you can watch the Power vs Tigers live is via Watch AFL. While there are some places in the world AFL is broadcast into, there's still a chance due to popularity it may be replaced by something else. Unlike in Australia they don't guarantee how many AFL fixtures they'll show.
You can stream the rest of the finals on Watch AFL for $89 courtesy of its AFL Finals Pass. Purchasing it will guarantee you access to every single game live or on demand including the grand final.
Who will win Port Adelaide vs Richmond?
Port Adelaide will surely be relishing this opportunity to qualify for a grand final in front of some home fans in Adelaide. Among Port's 14 wins from its 17 games in the regular season was a 21-point victory over the Tigers back in round 11.
The Tigers meanwhile have an opportunity to add a little more lustre to their already outstanding era. Their battle-hardened squad knows what it takes to win at this time of the year, something the Power have yet to prove.
It is a foolhardy thing to write off Richmond at any time. But with the home ground advantage up their sleeve, we're leaning ever so slightly towards Port Adelaide reaching the decider, where either Brisbane or Geelong await.
Image source: Kayo Sports website
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