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Hawthorn have risen from humble beginnings to become one of the most powerful clubs in the Australian Football League. No team has won more VFL/AFL premierships in the past 50 years, nor since the turn of the millennium.

With Alastair Clarkson moving on and Sam Mitchell taking the reins, the Hawks are well and truly building for the future. There are some promising signs already, with youngsters such as Will Day, Jacob Koschitzke and Josh Ward showing great potential, but it looks to be a long road back to the top.

How will Hawthorn fare this season? Let’s see how the 2022 AFL betting markets are shaping up.


About the Hawthorn Football Club

Established: 1902
Home ground: Melbourne Cricket Ground
Coach: Sam Mitchell
Captain: Ben McEvoy
Premierships: 13 – 1961, 1971, 1976, 1978, 1983, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1991, 2008, 2013, 2014, 2015
2021 ladder finish: 15th (7-13-2)

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Updated Hawthorn futures odds

All of the major online bookmakers in Australia will boast extensive futures markets on the Hawks, including premiership betting, team results, and individual player markets like the Brownlow Medal and Rising Star. We’ll keep you updated on the major Hawthorn futures markets as the year goes on.

2022 Premiership Make Finals Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
Mar $81 $5.50 T Mitchell $21 J Ward $16 J Gunston $51
Apr $41 $3.25 T Mitchell $41 J Ward $15 M Lewis $19
May $67 $4 T Mitchell $41 J Newcombe $13 M Lewis $21

See more Hawthorn odds at Bet365.com.au


Best Hawthorn bets for the 2022 AFL season

There are dozens of AFL futures markets for Hawthorn, but where are they likely to return some real value?

Click on the tabs below to get more analysis on these markets:


Hawthorn 2022 AFL fixture

Hawks fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (local)
1 North Melbourne Kangaroos MCG Sunday, March 20 1:45pm
2 Port Adelaide Power Adelaide Oval Saturday, March 26 7:10pm
3 Carlton Blues MCG Sunday, April 3 1:10pm
4 St Kilda Saints MCG Sunday, April 10 3:20pm
5 Geelong Cats MCG Monday, April 18 3:20pm
6 Sydney Swans UTAS Stadium Monday, April 25 12:30pm
7 Melbourne Demons MCG Saturday, April 30 4:35pm
8 Essendon Bombers Marvel Stadium Saturday, May 7 7:25pm
9 Richmond Tigers MCG Saturday, May 14 1:45pm
10 Brisbane Lions UTAS Stadium TBC TBC
11 Gold Coast Suns TIO Stadium TBC TBC
12 Collingwood Magpies MCG TBC TBC
13 Fremantle Dockers Optus Stadium TBC TBC
14 BYE
15 Western Bulldogs Marvel Stadium TBC TBC
16 GWS Giants Giants Stadium TBC TBC
17 Adelaide Crows Marvel Stadium TBC TBC
18 West Coast Eagles MCG TBC TBC
19 North Melbourne Kangaroos Blundstone Arena TBC TBC
20 St Kilda Saints Marvel Stadium TBC TBC
21 Gold Coast Suns UTAS Stadium TBC TBC
22 Richmond Tigers MCG TBC TBC
23 Western Bulldogs UTAS Stadium TBC TBC

Hawthorn players to watch in 2022

Sicily AFL bettingJames Sicily
Born: 6/1/1995
Games: 94
Goals: 58
Position: Defender

It is difficult to overstate how much Hawthorn missed James Sicily last year while he was out recovering from a ruptured ACL. One of the most valuable defenders in the competition, his return to the Hawks’ back six will do wonders for their structure and give them a much stronger platform to build from this season.


Chad Wingard AFL bettingChad Wingard
Born: 29/7/1993
Games: 195
Goals: 276
Position: Half-forward

Last season was Chad Wingard’s best since moving to Hawthorn from Port Adelaide at the end of 2018, but there is still a feeling that a player of such obvious talent has more to give. If Wingard can be a bit more damaging in the forward half this year, the Hawks might go better than a lot of people think.


Ward AFL newsJosh Ward
Born: 17/8/2003
Games:
Goals:
Position: Midfielder

It’s all about the future at Hawthorn right now, and this guy is a big part of that. Taken with pick no.7 in the 2021 draft, Josh Ward was a standout performer in preseason and could have a big role to play in his debut campaign. He’s one to watch in the Rising Star betting.


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