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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.

Can they keep pushing for that elusive first flag, or have Leon Cameron and his charges missed their chance?

With contenders for all the major medals and interesting premiership and future odds, the Giants offer some real value for punters across the board.

About the GWS Giants

Established: 2012
Home ground: GIANTS Stadium
Coach: Leon Cameron
Captain: Stephen Coniglio, Toby Greene & Josh Kelly
Premierships: 0
2021 finish: 7th (11-10-1)

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Updated GWS Giants futures betting

2022 Premiership Make Finals Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
Mar $15 $2 J Kelly $61 F Callaghan $15 J Hogan $41
Apr $18 $2.20 T Green $34 F Callaghan $67 J Hogan $41
May $41 $4.90 T Green $51 F Callaghan $81 H Himmelberg $34

Best GWS Giants bets for the 2022 AFL season

Where are the best Greater Western Sydney bets in the AFL futures markets for 2022?

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GWS Giants 2022 AFL fixture

GWS Giants fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (local)
1 Sydney Swans Accor Stadium Saturday, March 19 5:10pm
2 Richmond Tigers MCG Sunday, March 27 3:20pm
3 Gold Coast Suns GIANTS Stadium Saturday, April 2 1:10pm
4 Fremantle Dockers Optus Stadium Saturday, April 9 5:25pm
5 Melbourne Demons MCG Saturday, April 16 7:25pm
6 St Kilda Saints Manuka Oval Friday, April 20 7:50pm
7 Adelaide Crows Adelaide Oval Saturday, April 30 1:40pm
8 Geelong Cats Manuka Oval Saturday, May 7 4:35pm
9 Carlton Blues GIANTS Stadium Sunday, May 15 3:20pm
10 West Coast Eagles GIANTS Stadium TBC TBC
11 Brisbane Lions GABBA TBC TBC
12 BYE
13 North Melbourne Kangaroos Marvel Stadium TBC TBC
14 Western Bulldogs GIANTS Stadium TBC TBC
15 Collingwood Magpies MCG TBC TBC
16 Hawthorn Hawks GIANTS Stadium TBC TBC
17 Port Adelaide Power Adelaide Oval TBC TBC
18 Brisbane Lions Manuka Oval TBC TBC
19 Carlton Blues Marvel Stadium TBC TBC
20 Sydney Swans SCG TBC TBC
21 Essendon Bombers GIANTS Stadium TBC TBC
22 Western Bulldogs Marvel Stadium TBC TBC
23 Fremantle Dockers Manuka Oval TBC TBC

Giants players to watch in 2022

Josh Kelly AFL bettingNick Haynes
Born: 18/05/1992
Games: 166
Goals: 10
Position: Defender

By his standards, the 2021 season was a tough one for Nick Haynes who was coming off an All-Australian year in 2020. He is one of those players from an interstate club, who if he plsyed for a Melbourne side he would be continually spoken about as one of the games best defenders. He is arguably the best intercept marker in the game and if Haynes can be at his intercepting best, it will go a long way in aiding a relatively inexperienced back six for the Giants.

Tim Taranto AFL bettingLachie Whitfield
Born: 18/07/1994
Games: 167
Goals: 64
Position: Midfielder

It was yet again another injury ravaged season for former #1 draft pick Lachie Whitfield in 2021. He managed just 17 games and missed the first six weeks of the season following a nasty liver injury. With a full pre-season under his belt for 2022, could we see the very best of the 2x All Australian this year? He continually racks up disposals each week and if he can hit the scoreboard with more frequency he becomes and an ever dangerous weapon for the Giants.

Callan Ward AFL bettingDaniel Lloyd
Born: 18/02/1992
Games: 67
Goals: 58
Position: Forward

Outside of the Giants four walls, not many punters will have heard of Daniel Lloyd prior to the last two years. Armed with a powerful right boot, the half-forward flanker is no a key staple in the Giants forward line and will prove to be one of the main targets whilst Toby Greene is out suspended. He kicked a career-high 20 goals last season from 16 games and was kept goalless on just two occassions. We expect a 30+ goal season for the underrated forward.

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