Five burning questions for the semi-final between Port Adelaide Power and Greater Western Sydney Giants

Ken Hinkley’s Port Adelaide have been in the top four for most of the season, whereas the Giants started slowly but are surging with 10 wins from their past 12 games.

Will the natural order be reasserted on Saturday night at Adelaide Oval, or is GWS’ form too strong to resist?

GWS Giants smooth-mover Josh Kelly (right) looms as a likely target for Port Adelaide Power tagger Willem Drew.Credit: Getty

Last time they played

Round 22: Port Adelaide 21.10 (136) d GWS 13.10 (85) at Adelaide Oval.

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