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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.

With even more of their big names seeking pastures new in the off-season, this year is shaping as one of GWS’s biggest challenges to date. 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
Premierships: 0
2020 finish: 10th (8-9)

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Updated GWS Giants futures betting

2021 Premiership Make Finals Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
Mar $26 $3 J Kelly $21 T Green $15 J Hogan $26
Apr $41 $5 J Kelly $31 T Green $13 T Greene $18
May $34 $3.50 J Kelly $51 T Green $4 T Greene $15
Jun $51 $5 J Kelly $67 T Green $5.50 T Greene $41
Jul $34 $2.50 J Kelly $51 T Green $2.75 T Greene $34
Aug $101 $3.75 J Kelly $101 T Green $2

Best GWS Giants bets for the 2021 AFL season

Where are the best Greater Western Sydney bets in the AFL futures markets for 2021?

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Giants players to watch in 2021

Josh Kelly AFL bettingJosh Kelly
Born: 12/2/1995
Games: 132
Goals: 84
Position: Midfielder

If this guy played his footy in Melbourne, he might well be touted as the best midfielder in the country. Injuries kept him out of Brownlow Medal contention again last year, but there are very few players capable of out-polling an in-form Josh Kelly over 22 rounds.

Tim Taranto AFL bettingTim Taranto
Born: 28/1/1998
Games: 74
Goals: 28
Position: Midfielder

A preseason shoulder injury ruined Tim Taranto’s 2020 campaign, so he will be keen to make a statement this year. He was a best-and-fairest winner at only 21 years of age in a team that reached the AFL Grand Final, so there is no doubting how highly regarded Taranto is within the club.

Callan Ward AFL bettingCallan Ward
Born: 10/4/1990
Games: 217
Goals: 107
Position: Midfielder

In a team full of polished young stars, Callan Ward is the rough diamond that shines brightest when it matters most. He was quiet in 2020 after returning from a year off with an ACL injury, so it will be interesting to see how the former captain slots into this side going forward.

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