Sport Port's AFL star Gray to have knee surgery
AFL forced into fixture re-jig by VIC government
The AFL will take its show on the road once again this week after the Victorian government refused to budge on crowds.After being forced to shift its fixtures over the past fortnight, the AFL had been hopeful that the government would allow crowds of up to 50 per cent capacity in Melbourne this weekend.
Port Adelaide star Robbie Gray will target an AFL return in the final stages of the regular season, having been booked for knee surgery.
Gray's 250th match ended prematurely on Saturday when he was substituted at halftime of Port's win over Gold Coast.
Follow-up scans revealed the torn medial ligament in his left knee required surgery.
The Power expect Gray, one of their most important players and a three-time best and fairest, to be on the sidelines for eight weeks.
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There are nine rounds remaining in 2021, meaning any setback in the 33-year-old's recovery could put him at risk of missing the start of finals.
Port defender Lachie Jones is set to be out of action for a month, having suffered a hamstring injury against the Suns.
Port, who sit fifth on the ladder, host sixth-placed Sydney in a crunch clash at Adelaide Oval on Saturday.
The stage is perfectly set for Shaun Burgoyne's 400th game .
You could not have scripted this any better. Veteran Shaun Burgoyne will bring up his 400th AFL game when Hawthorn faces his old side, Port Adelaide, at Marvel Stadium on Saturday night. In doing so he will become just the fifth player in VFL/AFL history to bring up 400 games, following in the footsteps of Brent Harvey (the AFL’s games record holder with 432), Michael Tuck (426), Kevin Bartlett (403) and Dustin Fletcher (400).