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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 seven years.

Worst of all, Ablett – the club’s first captain and the best player of the last two decades – has 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
Captain: David Swallow, Jarrod Witts
Premierships: 0
2019 ladder finish: 18th

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Updated Gold Coast Suns futures betting

2020 Premiership Make Finals Wooden Spoon Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
Jan $251 $23 $1.62 M Rowell $3.75 A Sexton $26
Feb $251 $23 $1.62 M Rowell $3.75 A Sexton $26
Mar $301 $23 $1.62 B Fiorini $501 M Rowell $3.25 A Sexton $26

Best Gold Coast Suns bets for the 2020 AFL season

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

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Gold Coast Suns 2020 AFL fixture

Gold Coast Suns Fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (QLD)
1 Port Adelaide Power Metricon Stadium Saturday, March 21 6:25pm
2 Geelong Cats GMHBA Stadium Sunday, March 29 12:10pm
3 Sydney Swans Metricon Stadium Sunday, April 5 4:40pm
4 Fremantle Dockers Optus Stadium Saturday, April 11 4:35pm
5 Melbourne Demons Metricon Stadium Saturday, April 18 1:10pm
6 GWS Giants UNSW Canberra Oval Sunday, April 26 1:10pm
7 Adelaide Crows Metricon Stadium Saturday, May 2 1:45pm
8 Western Bulldogs Mars Stadium Saturday, May 9 1:45pm
9 West Coast Eagles Metricon Stadium Saturday, May 16 2:10pm
10 Brisbane Lions The Gabba Saturday, May 23 7:25pm
11 Essendon Bombers Marvel Stadium Sunday, May 31 1:10pm
12 Hawthorn Hawks Metricon Stadium Saturday, June 6 4:35pm
13 St Kilda Saints TIO Stadium Saturday, June 13 4:35pm
14 BYE
15 Melbourne Demons Melbourne Cricket Ground Saturday, June 27 1:45pm
16 Carlton Blues Metricon Stadium Sunday, July 5 1:10pm
17 Port Adelaide Power Adelaide Oval Sunday, July 12 1:10pm
18 Richmond Tigers Metricon Stadium Saturday, July 10 2:10pm
19 North Melbourne Kangaroos Blundstone Arena Saturday, July 25 2:10pm
20 Fremantle Dockers Metricon Stadium Sunday, August 2 4:40pm
21 Sydney Swans Sydney Cricket Ground Saturday, August 8 7:25pm
22 Brisbane Lions Metricon Stadium Saturday, August 15 7:25pm
23 Collingwood Magpies Melbourne Cricket Ground TBA TBA

Suns players to watch in 2020

Izak Rankine AFL bettingIzak Rankine
Born: 23/4/2000
Position: Midfielder

Rankine arrived on the Gold Coast as a hot prospect but missed the entire 2019 season through injury. The South Australian is an agile, matured-bodied midfielder who will be desperate to make up for lost time.

Ben King AFL bettingBen King
Born: 7/7/2000
Games: 14
Goals: 17
Position: Forward

King is another high draft pick that came into 2019 with some injury issues, but the big forward showed plenty in his 14 games last year. With Tom Lynch long gone, Big Ben is exactly what the Suns need inside 50.

Hugh Greenwood AFL bettingHugh Greenwood
Born: 6/3/1992
Games: 51
Goals: 36
Position: Forward

There is no denying Greenwood’s sporting instincts and athletic prowess, but we never saw the best of him on a consistent basis at Adelaide. It will be interesting to see how the former basketballer fits into Stuart Dew’s plans.

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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