Port Adelaide have been in decent form in 2024

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How far can Port Adelaide go in AFL 2024?

Port Adelaide are looking to hold firm at the top end of the AFL table

News Insights

  • Port Adelaide sit 3rd in the AFL table.
  • Their only defeat was at home to Melbourne.
  • Port Adelaide pushed Collingwood all the way in 2023.
  • Port are chasing their first AFL Championship title since 2004.

It has been 20 long years since Port Adelaide last won the AFL title and their fans are beginning to dream once again in 2024. 
A minor blip against Melbourne has been the only blotch on their copybook and they have been more consistent than most of their divisional rivals so far in 2024. 
The usual list of contenders will of course line up for AFL glory this season, but Port Adelaide are very much in the hunt with many punters and AFL betting sites

Perfect Port 

It felt to many observers that the 2023 AFL season was a serious statement of intent from Port Adelaide, who more than proved their worth at this level. 
Whilst they did ultimately come up short in the top 4, Port pushed Collingwood all the way at the top of the tree for long periods of the regular season. 
With a similar playing roster and coaching strategy, Port look to have kicked on again in 2024 and are ready to challenge. 
Potential Port Problems? 

Sustaining a meaningful AFL Premiership bid has long been an issue for Port Adelaide and they are sure to encounter many challenges along the way. 
Collingwood away is their next game, a fixture that has haunted them over the years, whilst the likes of St Kilda and Geelong await in the next 6 games too. 
Port Adelaide and their fans know they won’t have everything their own way this season and they are justified front runners for the 2024 AFL title with many AFL betting sites
Who could stop them? 

With no trophy in the bag for two decades, Port Adelaide and their fans know all too well that a good start doesn’t always mean that much in the eyes of many punters and AFL betting apps
Following rough starts, 2023 finalists Collingwood and Brisbane now look to have found their strides in 2024, an ominous trend for all other AFL sides. 
Elsewhere, the likes of the GWS Giants, Carlton and Geelong have all got off to flyers this season and it could be an AFL Premiership race to remember, with Port Adelaide bang in the mix.