PORT ADELAIDE and Richmond will vie for a top-four spot on Saturday at the Adelaide Oval. 

The game will pitch the fourth-placed Port agianst the sixth-placed Tigers with both sides coming off wins at the MCG in Round 14.

The Power disposed of Collingwood by 31 points while Richmond prevailed by 26 in a clash with traditional rival Carlton.

With the Tigers generating eight goals out of defence, and the Power's forward and midfield pressure contributing to its big day in attack, the game is poised to be a cracker.

Richmond coach and Port premiership player Damien Hardwick was full of praise for the Power's showing on Saturday.

"They [Port] were outstanding yesterday, weren't they?" Hardwick said in his post-match press conference. 

"But, in saying that, I thought Collingwood showed some signs, but just couldn't get on the scoreboard.

"[Port] played a real direct brand of footy – probably a little bit similar to us, in a way. They don't have a high-possession rate, but certainly go forward at a quick rate. 

"All their forwards looked incredibly damaging yesterday, so we're going to have some headaches down there, but I'm really confident with our back six, so it's going to be a great challenge for us."

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