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The Greater Western Sydney Giants are on the verge of creating AFL history – they just need some luck with injuries.

The league’s newest club entered the competition in 2012, one season after the Gold Coast Suns, and immediately went about showing up its fellow expansion franchise.

After exiting at the preliminary finals in 2016 and 2018, the Giants reached their first AFL Grand Final in 2019. They fell short on the big stage, however, and then dropped out of the top eight the following year.

Adam Kingsley’s impact was massive in his first year as coach of GWS, as the Giants rallied late in the season to finish seventh and play finals football. GWS defeated St Kilda and Port Adelaide before being knocked out in the preliminary final by eventual premiers Collingwood.

Let’s have a look at the futures markets where the Giants feature in 2024.

About the GWS Giants

Established: 2012
Home ground: GIANTS Stadium
Coach: Adam Kingsley
Captain: Toby Greene
Premierships: 0
2023 finish: 7th (13-10-0)

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Updated GWS Giants futures betting

2024 Premiership Make Finals Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
January +800 -303.03 Tom Green +1400 James Leake +4000 Jesse Hogan +2500
March +600 -303.03 Tom Green +1000 James Leake +6600 Jesse Hogan +2500
April +400 -714.29 Tom Green +700 Phoenix Gothard +10000 Jesse Hogan +350

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Best GWS Giants bets for the 2024 AFL season

Where are the best Greater Western Sydney bets in the AFL futures markets for 2024?

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GWS Giants 2024 AFL fixture

GWS Giants fixture
Round Date Opponent Time (local) Venue
Opening Round Saturday, March 9 Collingwood Magpies 7:30 PM GIANTS Stadium, NSW
1 Saturday, March 16 North Melbourne Kangaroos 4:35 PM GIANTS Stadium, NSW
2 Sunday, March 24 West Coast Eagles 3:50 PM Optus Stadium, WA
4 Sunday, April 7 Gold Coast Suns 12:00 PM Adelaide Hills, SA (GATHER ROUND)
5 Saturday, April 13 St Kilda Saints 1:45 PM Manuka Oval, ACT
6 Saturday, April 20 Carlton Blues 4:35 PM Marvel Stadium, VIC
7 Thursday, April 25 Brisbane Lions 7:30 PM Manuka Oval, ACT
8 Saturday, May 4 Sydney Swans 1:45 PM SCG, NSW
9 Saturday, May 11 Essendon Bombers 4:35 PM Marvel Stadium, VIC
10 Saturday, May 18 Western Bulldogs 4:35 PM GIANTS Stadium, NSW
11 Saturday, May 25 Geelong Cats 4:35 PM GMHBA Stadium, VIC
12 BYE
13 Saturday, June 8 Hawthorn Hawks 1:45 PM University of Tasmania Stadium, TAS
14 Sunday, June 16 Port Adelaide Power 4:00 PM GIANTS Stadium, NSW
15 Saturday, June 15 Sydney Swans 4:35 PM Giants Stadium, NSW
16 TBC Adelaide Crows TBC Adelaide Oval, SA
17 TBC Carlton Blues TBC GIANTS Stadium, NSW
18 TBC Richmond Tigers TBC MCG, VIC
19 TBC Gold Coast Suns TBC GIANTS Stadium, NSW
20 TBC Melbourne Demons TBC MCG, VIC
21 TBC Hawthorn Hawks TBC Manuka Oval, ACT
22 TBC Brisbane Lions TBC Gabba, QLD
23 TBC Fremantle Dockers TBC GIANTS Stadium, NSW
24 TBC Western Bulldogs TBC Marvel Stadium, VIC

Giants players to watch in 2024

Tom Green

Tom Green

Born: 23/01/2001
Games: 67
Goals: 27
Position: Midfielder

Tom Green entered his fourth season with the Giants coming off a career-best season; however, he would go onto better that 2022 season with a stellar 2023. The 23-year-old midfielder averaged a massive 32 disposals per game, which saw him finish at the top of the disposals leaderboard at the end of the year. Green missed three games with a hamstring injury but still polled 16 votes in the Brownlow Medal count and was picked in the All-Australian squad of 40 post-season. Many are predicting that Tom Green will become one of the best midfielders in the competition in a few years.

Toby Bedford

Toby Bedford

Born: 27/05/2000
Games: 37
Goals: 21
Position: Forward

After requesting a trade from Melbourne to GWS in the offseason, Toby Bedford became one of the trades of the year in no time at all. The hard-running forward provided pressure in the forward half of the field and added much-needed leg speed to their forward line. Although his numbers in the disposals and goals categories aren’t huge, averaging over five tackles per game is an example of him doing his job for the team. Bedford has become one of the Giants’ most important players and should be in for another big year in 2024.

Nick Haynes

Nick Haynes

Born: 18/05/1992
Games: 201
Goals: 13
Position: Defender

Nick Haynes was one of the premier intercepting defenders in the AFL for some time, but over the last three years, injuries and a lack of form have seen the 31-year-old lose his spot in the Giants team. Although Haynes played in 20 matches in 2023, he was the sub on numerous occasions and only came on in the third or fourth quarter, unless there was an injury beforehand. GWS shopped the defender around during the trade period, but no trade was made, which has left Haynes in an interesting position going into the 2024 season.

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