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The West Coast Eagles are the powerhouse club of Western Australia.

Since joining the competition in 1987, the Eagles have won four AFL premierships from six Grand Final appearances and fielded some of the greatest players in the modern history of the game.

West Coast head into 2019 as reigning champions after coming from behind to pip Collingwood in an epic grand final. The question is: can they do it again?

About the West Coast Eagles

Established: 1986
Home ground: Optus Stadium
Coach: Adam Simpson
Captain: Shannon Hurn
Premierships: 4 – 1992, 1994, 2006, 2018
2018 ladder finish: 2nd

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Updated West Coast Eagles futures betting

2019 Premiership Make Finals Make Top 4 Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
Jan $7 $1.15 $1.60 A Gaff $26 J Kennedy $5.50
Feb $7 $1.20 $1.80 A Gaff $23 J Brander $41 J Kennedy $5
Mar $7.50 $1.25 $1.90 A Gaff $26 J Brander $41 J Kennedy $4.50
Apr $4.50 $1.02 $1.18 A Gaff $13 O Allen $34 J Kennedy $6
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West Coast Eagles 2019 AFL fixture

West Coast Eagles fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time
1 Brisbane Lions The Gabba Saturday, March 23 7:20pm AEST
2 GWS Giants Optus Stadium Saturday, March 30 5:10pm AWST
3 Collingwood Magpies MCG Saturday, April 6 7:25pm AEST
4 Fremantle Dockers Optus Stadium Saturday, April 13 6:10pm AWST
5 Port Adelaide Power Optus Stadium Friday, April 19 6:10pm AWST
6 Geelong Cats GMHBA Stadium Sunday, April 28 4:40pm AEST
7 Gold Coast Suns Optus Stadium Saturday, May 4 6:10pm AWST
8 St Kilda Saints Marvel Stadium Saturday, May 11 7:25pm AEST
9 Melbourne Demons Optus Stadium Friday, May 17 6:10pm AWST
10 Adelaide Crows Adelaide Oval Saturday, May 25 4:05pm ACST
11 Western Bulldogs Optus Stadium Sunday, June 2 3:20pm AWST
12 Sydney Swans SCG Sunday, June 9 3:20pm AEST
13 BYE
14 Essendon Bombers Optus Stadium Thursday, June 20 6:10pm AWST
15 Hawthorn Hawks MCG Saturday, June 29 1:45pm AEST
16 Fremantle Dockers Optus Stadium Saturday, July 6 6:10pm AWST
17 Collingwood Magpies Optus Stadium Friday, July 12 6:10pm AWST
18 Melbourne Demons Traeger Park Sunday, July 21 2:10pm ACST
19 North Melbourne Kangaroos Optus Stadium Saturday, July 27 2:35pm AWST
20 Carlton Blues Marvel Stadium Sunday, August 4 3:20pm AEST
21 Adelaide Crows Optus Stadium Sunday, August 11 2:40pm AWST
22 Richmond Tigers MCG Sunday, August 18 1:10pm AEST
23 Hawthorn Hawks Optus Stadium TBA TBA

West Coast players to watch in 2019

Elliot Yeo AFL bettingElliot Yeo
Born: 1/10/1993
Games: 132
Goals: 59
Position: Midfielder

Yeo graduated from the half-back flank to the midfield proper in 2018 and had an immediate impact, recording career-high averages for disposals, clearances, tackles, inside 50s and goal assists. Expect him to receive a lot more attention from both the opposition and the umpires this year.

Shannon Hurn AFL bettingShannon Hurn
Born: 4/9/1987
Games: 248
Goals: 50
Position: Defender

The West Coast captain is the kind of footballer you can set your watch to, so he normally would not appear on this sort of list. However, the recent rule changes have made kick-out specialists more valuable than ever – especially in fantasy teams – and Hurn’s right boot is among the best in the competition.

Andrew Gaff AFL bettingAndrew Gaff
Born: 16/6/1992
Games: 175
Goals: 67
Position: Midfielder

The 2018 season was a roller coaster for Gaff, who played some of his best footy and then sat out the last two months of the season after knocking out Fremantle’s Andrew Brayshaw. The star wingman missed out on a premiership medal and, after turning down a stack of trade offers, will be eager to rectify that issue.

West Coast Eagles records

Most matches: Dean Cox – 290 (2001-2014)
Most goals kicked in one match: Scott Cummings – 14 (vs. Adelaide, 2000)
Most Best & Fairest awards: Ben Cousins, Glen Jakovich – 4
Most goals in a season: Peter Sumich – 111 (1991)
Most career goals: Josh Kennedy – 551

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