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The Sydney Swans became an entity in 1982, when the then-VFL relocated South Melbourne, long known as the Bloods, to form the first non-Victorian team in the competition we now know as the Australian Football League.

After many decades of misery, the Sydney Swans have emerged as perennial contenders. They have played in five grand finals for two flags since 2005, when they ended a 72-year premiership drought with a nail-biting victory over the West Coast Eagles.

But after a meek exit in the first week of the 2018 finals series, there are growing doubts about Sydney’s future. The squad is ageing, premiership stars have moved on and years of sustained success has left the club with minimal leverage in the draft.

Thus, 2019 could prove to be a critical year for John Longmire and his charges. Let’s check in with the bookies and see how the Swans are shaping up in the major AFL betting markets for 2019.

About the Sydney Swans

Established: 1897
Home ground: Sydney Cricket Ground
Coach: John Longmire
Captains: J Kennedy, L Parker, D Rampe
Premierships: 5 – 1909, 1918, 1933, 2005, 2012
2018 ladder finish: 7th

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Updated Swans futures betting

2019 Premiership Make Finals Make Top 4 Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
Jan $12 $1.70 $2.75 J Kennedy $34 L Franklin $5
Feb $15 $1.80 $4.50 J Kennedy $34 N Blakey $26 L Franklin $5
Mar $21 $1.80 $4.50 J Kennedy $67 N Blakey $26 L Franklin $5
Apr $67 $6.50 $26 J Kennedy $67 N Blakey $26 L Franklin $9
May $151 $11 $81 J Kennedy $101 N Blakey $51 L Franklin $11
Jun $151 $13 $101 L Parker $101 N Blakey $81 L Franklin $41
Jul $67 $4.50 $41 L Parker $151 N Blakey $23 L Franklin $151
Aug SUS SUS SUS L Parker $151 N Blakey $81 SUS
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Sydney Swans 2019 AFL fixture

Sydney Swans fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time
1 Western Bulldogs Marvel Stadium Saturday, March 23 7:25pm AEDT
2 Adelaide Crows SCG Friday, March 29 7:50pm AEDT
3 Carlton Blues Marvel Stadium Saturday, April 6 1:45pm AEDT
4 Melbourne Demons SCG Thursday, April 11 7:20pm AEST
5 Richmond Tigers Marvel Stadium Saturday, April 20 7:25pm AEST
6 GWS Giants SCG Saturday, April 27 7:25pm AEST
7 Brisbane Lions The Gabba Saturday, May 4 4:35pm AEST
8 Essendon Bombers SCG Friday, May 10 7:50pm AEST
9 North Melbourne Kangaroos Blundstone Arena Saturday, May 18 7:25pm AEST
10 Collingwood Magpies SCG Friday, May 24 7:50pm AEST
11 Geelong Cats GMHBA Stadium Saturday, June 1 4:35pm AEST
12 West Coast Eagles SCG Sunday, June 9 3:20pm AEST
13 BYE
14 Hawthorn Hawks SCG Friday, June 21 7:50pm AEST
15 Gold Coast Suns SCG Saturday, June 29 4:35pm AEST
16 Essendon Bombers MCG Saturday, July 6 1:45pm AEST
17 Carlton Blues SCG Saturday, July 13 1:45pm AEST
18 Fremantle Dockers Optus Stadium Saturday, July 20 6:10pm AWST
19 Geelong Cats SCG Sunday, July 28 3:20pm AEST
20 GWS Giants Sydney Showground Saturday, August 3 2:10pm AEST
21 Port Adelaide Power Adelaide Oval Saturday, August 10 1:40pm ACST
22 Melbourne Demons MCG Friday, August 16 7:50pm AEST
23 St Kilda Saints SCG TBA TBA

Swans players to watch in 2019

Isaac Heeney AFL bettingIsaac Heeney
Born: 5/5/1996
Games: 80
Goals: 79
Position: Midfielder

For talent alone, there are few players in the competition who belong in the same bracket as Heeney. The prodigiously gifted Hunter native is set to become a fixture of the Sydney midfield group this season, so sit back and enjoy the show.

Daniel Menzel AFL bettingDaniel Menzel
Born: 13/9/1991
Games: 73
Goals: 136
Position: Forward

The good will surrounding Menzel at Geelong ran out last season when questions were raised about his work rate and defensive efforts. Nevertheless, the Swans clearly see value in a bloke who averages around two goals per game despite his well-documented injury woes.

Callum Mills AFL bettingCallum Mills
Born: 2/4/1997
Games: 55
Goals: 2
Position: Midfielder

Mills missed most of last season through injury, so his return to action is like a new signing for the Swans. As with Heeney, the 2016 Rising Star will spend most of his time in the midfield this season as the Swans look to rejuvenate their on-ball brigade.

Sydney Swans records

Most matches: Adam Goodes – 372
Most goals kicked in one match: 16 – Tony Lockett (Round 19, 1995 vs. Fitzroy)
Most matches as coach: 202 – Paul Roos
Most goals in a season: 150 – Bob Pratt (1934)
Most career goals: Bob Pratt – 681

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