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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.

The Giants have reached the preliminary finals twice, on both occasions coming painfully close to making it to the big dance. They fell short again in 2018, exiting at the semis to eventual grand finalists Collingwood.

With a number of their star players 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: Spotless Stadium
Coach: Leon Cameron
Captains: Phil Davis, Callan Ward
Premierships: 0
2017 finish: 7th

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Updated GWS Giants futures betting

2019 Premiership Make Finals Make Top 4 Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
Jan $12 $1.47 $2.40 J Kelly $16 J Cameron $18
Feb $17 $1.65 $4 J Kelly $14 A Bonar $13 J Cameron $21
Mar $18 $1.75 $4 J Kelly $14 A Bonar $15 J Cameron $18
Apr $6.50 $1.05 $1.40 L Whitfield $26 S Taylor $21 J Cameron $3.25
May $7 $1.04 $1.60 S Coniglio $13 S Taylor $26 J Cameron $2.25
Jun $5.50 SUS $1.20 S Coniglio $15 J Hateley $51 J Cameron $1.90
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GWS Giants 2019 AFL fixture

GWS Giants fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time
1 Essendon Bombers Sydney Showground Sunday, March 24 3:20pm AEDT
2 West Coast Eagles Optus Stadium Saturday, March 30 5:10pm AWST
3 Richmond Tigers Sydney Showground Saturday, April 6 4:35pm AEDT
4 Geelong Cats GMHBA Stadium Saturday, April 13 1:45pm AEST
5 Fremantle Dockers UNSW Canberra Saturday, April 20 1:45pm AEST
6 Sydney Swans SCG Saturday, April 27 7:25pm AEST
7 St Kilda Saints UNSW Canberra Saturday, May 4 1:45pm AEST
8 Hawthorn Hawks MCG Sunday, May 12 3:20pm AEST
9 Carlton Blues Sydney Showground Sunday, May 19 4:40pm AEST
10 Melbourne Demons MCG Sunday, May 26 1:10pm AEST
11 Gold Coast Suns Sydney Showground Saturday, June 1 1:45pm AEST
12 Adelaide Crows Adelaide Oval Saturday, June 8 7:10pm ACST
13 North Melbourne Kangaroos Blundstone Arena Sunday, June 16 3:20pm AEST
14 BYE
15 Essendon Bombers Marvel Stadium Thursday, June 27 7:20pm AEST
16 Brisbane Lions Sydney Showground Sunday, July 7 4:40pm AEST
17 Richmond Tigers MCG Sunday, July 14 1:10pm AEST
18 Collingwood Magpies Sydney Showground Saturday, July 20 4:35pm AEST
19 Port Adelaide Power Adelaide Oval Saturday, July 27 7:10pm ACST
20 Sydney Swans Sydney Showground Saturday, August 3 2:10pm AEST
21 Hawthorn Hawks UNSW Canberra Friday, August 9 7:50pm AEST
22 Western Bulldogs Sydney Showground Sunday, August 18 3:20pm AEST
23 Gold Coast Suns Metricon Stadium TBA TBA

Giants players to watch in 2019

Josh Kelly AFL bettingJosh Kelly
Born: 12/2/1995
Games: 100
Goals: 63
Position: Midfielder

If this guy played his footy in Melbourne, he might well be touted as the best player in the country. Injuries kept the no.22 out of Brownlow Medal contention last year, but there are very few players capable of out-polling an in-form Kelly over 22 rounds.

Tim Taranto AFL bettingTim Taranto
Born: 28/1/1998
Games: 37
Goals: 13
Position: Midfielder

It has taken only two seasons for Taranto to become an established figure in one of the competition’s most talented midfield units. With Tom Scully and Dylan Shiel both gone, this is shaping up as a big year for the Sandringham Dragons product.

Toby Greene AFL bettingToby Greene
Born: 25/9/1993
Games: 126
Goals: 139
Position: Forward

Although Greene is not the most popular player in the AFL, there is no denying that he is one of the most gifted. The Giants are always a more dangerous proposition when their no.4 is fit and eligible to play – and therein lies the challenge.

GWS Giants records

Most matches: Callan Ward – 156 (2012-present)
Most goals kicked in one match: Jeremy Cameron – seven (Rd 22, 2015)
Most Best & Fairest awards: Callan Ward (2012), Jeremy Cameron (2013), Shane Mumford (2014), Heath Shaw (2015), Toby Greene (2016), Josh Kelly (2017), Lachie Whitfield (2018) – one each
Most matches as coach: Leon Cameron – 117 (2014-present)
Most goals in a season: Jeremy Cameron – 63 (2015)
Most career goals: Jeremy Cameron – 313 (2012-present)

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