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Geelong FC AFLThe Geelong Football Club’s journey began way back in 1859. It is the second-oldest footy team in Australia, behind the Melbourne Demons, and also the world’s second-oldest professional football club of any description.

Despite their longevity and a who’s who of Australian Football Hall of Fame inductees, it is only since the turn of the millennium that the Cats have converted their powerhouse status into tangible success. They have missed the finals only once since 2007, winning three AFL Premiership titles in the process.

With superstars on every line and plenty of young talent coming through the ranks, Geelong look poised for another strong campaign. Let’s see how the bookies rate their chances this year.

About the Geelong Football Club

Established: 1859
Home ground: GMHBA Stadium
Coach: Chris Scott
Captain: Joel Selwood
Premierships: 9 – 1925, 1931, 1937, 1951, 1952, 1963, 2007, 2009, 2011
2020 ladder finish: 4th (12-5)

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Updated Geelong futures odds

AFL betting sites will have extensive futures markets on the Geelong Cats, while star players such as Patrick Dangerfield and Tom Hawkins will feature prominently in the odds for the major individual awards.

2021 Premiership Make Top 4 Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
Mar $5 $1.75 P Dangerfield $7 M Holmes $51 T Hawkins $13
Apr $6.50 $2 C Guthrie $29 M Holmes $51 T Hawkins $13
May $10 $2.75 C Guthrie $23 M Holmes $101 T Hawkins $15
Jun $5.50 $1.33 C Guthrie $18 M Holmes $151 J Cameron $11
Jul $5 $1.22 C Guthrie $23 M Holmes $251 T Hawkins $8
Aug $3.75 C Guthrie $67 M Holmes $501 T Hawkins $26

Best Geelong bets for the 2021 AFL season

There are dozens of AFL futures markets for Geelong, but where are they likely to return some real value?

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Geelong players to watch in 2021

Jeremy Cameron
Born: 1/4/1993
Games: 171
Goals: 427
Position: Forward

Can Jeremy Cameron and Tom Hawkins function properly in the same forward line? That is the big question following Cameron’s big move from the GWS Giants in the offseason. If it clicks, it might be the difference between another strong season and actually winning the premiership.

Isaac Smith
Born: 30/12/1998
Games: 210
Goals: 165
Position: Midfielder

If Jezza to Geelong Park was the biggest move of the 2020 trade period, then Isaac Smith’s switch from Hawthorn was perhaps the most contentious. Old rivalries aside, Smith brings bags of experience – not to mention four premierships – and injects some raw speed into an aging midfield.

Mitch Duncan
Born: 10/6/1991
Games: 223
Goals: 159
Position: Midfielder

He has spent much of his career in the shadow of Joel Selwood and Patrick Dangerfield, but are people finally starting to realise that Mitch Duncan is one of the best midfielders in the AFL? If that is the case, he might be one to watch in the Brownlow Medal betting markets.

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