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The Gold Coast Suns have made little to no progress since joining the Australian Football League in 2011.

The AFL’s pet project has failed to make the finals and, despite being awarded a bevy of first-round draft selections in its formative years, has fallen down the ladder instead of climbing it.

After signing the game’s best player, Gary Ablett Jr, there was hope that the expansion team would be able to capture some of the growing Queensland market and deliver on the field.

To date, the club has failed on both fronts. A large majority of its young and senior talent has departed the club, which has sacked two coaches in eight years.

Worst of all, Ablett – the club’s first captain and the best player of the last two decades – left at the end of the 2017 season and returned to Geelong to finish his glorious career.

Is there any hope on the horizon for the Suns? Let’s take a look at where we can find value in this year’s AFL betting markets.

About the Gold Coast Suns

Established: 2011
Home ground: Metricon Stadium
Coach: Stuart Dew
Captains: Jarrod Witts, Touk Miller
Premierships: 0
2021 ladder finish: 16th (7-15)

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Updated Gold Coast Suns futures betting

2022 Premiership Make Finals Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
Mar $101 $9 T Miller $21 E Hollands $17 L Casboult $101
Apr $151 $9 T Miller $18 E Hollands $101 J Lukosius $151
May $201 $10 T Miller $34 A Davies $101 L Casboult $101

Best Gold Coast Suns bets for the 2022 AFL season

Where are the best Gold Coast bets in the AFL futures options this year?

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Gold Coast Suns 2022 AFL fixture

Suns fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (local)
1 West Coast Eagles Optus Stadium Sunday, March 20 4:40pm
2 Melbourne Demons Metricon Stadium Saturday, March 26 7:00pm
3 GWS Giants GIANTS Stadium Saturday, April 2 1:10pm
4 Carlton Blues Metricon Stadium Sunday, April 10 4:10pm
5 St Kilda Saints Marvel Stadium Saturday, April 16 1:45pm
6 Brisbane Lions Metricon Stadium Sunday, April 24 4:10pm
7 Collingwood Magpies MCG Sunday, May 1 1:10pm
8 Sydney Swans SCG Saturday, May 7 1:45pm
9 Fremantle Dockers Metricon Stadium Sunday, May 15 1:40pm
10 Western Bulldogs Mars Stadium TBC TBC
11 Hawthorn Hawks TIO Stadium TBC TBC
12 North Melbourne Kangaroos TIO Stadium TBC TBC
13 BYE
14 Adelaide Crows Metricon Stadium TBC TBC
15 Port Adelaide Power Adelaide Oval TBC TBC
16 Collingwood Magpies Metricon Stadium TBC TBC
17 Richmond Metricon Stadium TBC TBC
18 Essendon Bombers Marvel Stadium TBC TBC
19 Brisbane Lions GABBA TBC TBC
20 West Coast Eagles Metricon Stadium TBC TBC
21 Hawthorn Hawks UTAS Stadium TBC TBC
22 Geelong Cats Metricon Stadium TBC TBC
23 North Melbourne Kangaroos Marvel Stadium TBC TBC

Suns players to watch in 2022

Jack Lukosius AFL bettingJack Lukosius
Born: 09/08/2000
Games: 60
Goals: 9
Position: Utility

All the praise in the world is often thrown toward Jack Lukosius, yet the former #2 draft pick needs to take his game to a whole new level in 2022 in a bid to drag the Suns from the bottom four. His smooth-moving skillset off the half-back line has been a massive asset for the Suns in recent years, however with the lack of a potent goal-kicking threat, the Suns may opt to have him spending more time in the forward line. If all things go to plan, this could be breakout season of Lukosius.

Josh Corbett AFL bettingJosh Corbett
Born: 23/04/1996
Games: 32
Goals: 29
Position: Forward

With Ben King out for the season, the goals need to come from someone else and that person looks to be Josh Corbett. Coming off a career-high 23 goal season, the key forward will need to double that output if the Suns are to have a successful season. He kicked four goals in the Suns win against Collingwood at the MCG in Round 7 and with three hauls of three goals last season, Corbett showed the footy world just what he is capable of.

Matt Rowell - Gold Coast SunsMatt Rowell
Born: 1/7/2001
Games: 17
Goals: 8
Position: Midfielder

Matt Rowell was a shoo-in for the 2020 Rising Star until he suffered a season-ending shoulder injury in round five. His second season was marred by a serious knee injury in Round 1 and despite coming back in the second-half of the season was nowhere near his best. With an injury-free run at it in 2022, we expect a massive season from a future star of the competition.

Gold Coast Suns records

Most matches: Jarrod Harbrow – 175 (2011-present)
Most goals kicked in one match: Tom Lynch – eight (Rd 2, 2018)
Most Best & Fairest awards: Gary Ablett Jr – four (2011-13, 2017)
Most matches as coach: Guy McKenna – 88 (2011-2014)
Most goals in a season: Tom Lynch – 66 (2016)
Most career goals: Tom Lynch – 254 (2011-2018)

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