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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.

After a strong showing in 2022, it appears as though 2023 was going to be the year that the Suns finally broke their finals hoodoo. Unfortunately, that wasn’t the case, and Gold Coast sacked Stuart Dew during the year.

The Suns hired triple premiership coach Damien Hardwick in the offseason, and with his experience coupled with a highly talented list, Gold Coast is expected to fight for a top eight spot again in 2024.

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: People First Stadium
Coach: Damien Hardwick
Captains: Jarrod Witts, Touk Miller
Premierships: 0
2023 ladder finish: 15th (9-14-0)

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Updated Gold Coast Suns futures betting

2024 Premiership Make Finals Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
January +3300 +175 Noah Anderson +2500 Jed Walter +2000 Ben King +3000
March +4000 +175 Noah Anderson +5000 Jed Walter +2000 Ben King +2500
April +5000 +110 Matt Rowell +1100 Jed Walter +1600 Ben King +1400

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Best Gold Coast Suns bets for the 2024 AFL season

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

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Gold Coast Suns 2024 AFL fixture

Round Date Opponent Time (local) Venue
Opening Round Saturday, March 9 Richmond Tigers 3:20 PM Heritage Bank Stadium, QLD
1 Saturday, March 16 Adelaide Crows 7:10 PM Heritage Bank Stadium, QLD
2 Sunday, March 24 Western Bulldogs 1:00 PM Mars Stadium, VIC
4 Sunday, April 7 GWS Giants 12:00 PM Adelaide Hills, SA (GATHER ROUND)
5 Saturday, April 13 Hawthorn Hawks 7:30 PM Heritage Bank Stadium, QLD
6 Sunday, April 21 Sydney Swans 1:00 PM SCG, NSW
7 Sunday, April 28 West Coast Eagles 1:00 PM Heritage Bank Stadium, QLD
8 Sunday, May 5 Brisbane Lions 7:10 PM Gabba, QLD
9 Saturday, May 11 North Melbourne Kangaroos 7:00 PM TIO Stadium, NT
10 Thursday, May 16 Geelong Cats 7:00 PM TIO Stadium, NT
11 Saturday, May 25 Carlton Blues 1:45 PM Marvel Stadium, VIC
12 Sunday, June 2 Essendon Bombers 4:00 PM Heritage Bank Stadium, QLD
13 Saturday, June 8 St Kilda Saints 7:30 PM Marvel Stadium, VIC
14 BYE
15 Sunday, June 23 Fremantle Dockers 2:00 PM Optus Stadium, WA
16 TBC Collingwood Magpies TBC Heritage Bank Stadium, QLD
17 TBC North Melbourne Kangaroos TBC Marvel Stadium, VIC
18 TBC Port Adelaide Power TBC Heritage Bank Stadium, QLD
19 TBC GWS Giants TBC GIANTS Stadium, NSW
20 TBC Brisbane Lions TBC Heritage Bank Stadium, QLD
21 TBC West Coast Eagles TBC Optus Stadium, WA
22 TBC Essendon Bombers TBC Marvel Stadium, VIC
23 TBC Melbourne Demons TBC Heritage Bank Stadium, QLD
24 TBC Richmond Tigers TBC MCG, VIC

Suns players to watch in 2024

Ben King

Ben King

Born: 07/07/2000
Games: 73
Goals: 129
Position: Forward

Ben King returned from 12 months on the sidelines in 2023 after rupturing his ACL in the preseason of 2022. The highly talented key forward took a few games to find his feet at the top level, but once he found his form, he went onto kick bags of goals. King is only 23 years old and has a lot of footy still ahead of him, with many predicting he will be the next superstar forward of the competition.

Noah Anderson

Noah Anderson

Born: 17/02/2001
Games: 81
Goals: 29
Position: Midfielder

Noah Anderson, who is the reigning club champion, enjoyed another fruitful year in the AFL. The 22-year-old midfielder was the standout player for the Suns in 2023, averaging just under 27 disposals and 6 clearances per game. 2024 will be Anderson’s fifth year at the top level, and he is already considered one of the elite midfielders in the competition. If Touk Miller and Matt Rowell can stay fit and help Anderson this year, expect big things from the Suns midfielder once again in 2024.

Touk Miller

Touk Miller

Born: 02/02/1994
Games: 173
Goals: 51
Position: Midfielder

Touk Miller experienced a tough 2023, with a hamstring injury during preseason that saw him miss warm-up games and then a serious, but not season-ending, knee injury that kept him out of 10 games during the season. However, as a true professional, Miller returned to his dominant ways quickly and ended the season averaging just under 25 disposals per game. With a full preseason and an injury-free year, there is no doubt that Miller can return to the form that saw him awarded with back-to-back All Australian blazers in 2021 and 2022.

Gold Coast Suns records

Most matches: David Swallow – 220 (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: Stuart Dew – 121 (2018-2023)
Most goals in a season: Tom Lynch – 66 (2016)
Most career goals: Tom Lynch – 254 (2011-2018)

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