GWS Giants Betting Tips, Odds & Latest News

The GWS Giants are the newest AFL club to join the competition and have already become a force to reckoned with in making the finals in each of the last four seasons.

Playing home games in both Canberra and their main base via the the Sydney Showground Stadium in the west of the state capital, they enter the 2020 AFL season as one of the favourites following their first grand final appearance in 2019.

GWS Giants History


Officially named the Greater Western Sydney Football Club but referred to as the GWS Giants is the AFL's youngest team which hasn't wasted time in becoming one of the top teams in the league.

Entering the competiton in 2012 with a very talented albeit extremely young and inexperienced outfit, GWS came alive in 2016 with a top four finish and big Qualifying Final win before a famous and narrow loss to the Western Bulldogs in the Preliminary Final.

First coached by AFL legend Kevin Sheedy and having a bizarre marketing coup by signing Rugby League star Israel Folau ahead of their first season, this club has built a very physical and confrontational game style in recent years which when complemented by the amount of talent on their list, makes them the most dangerous side in the league when they're firing.

With hard working midfielder Stephen Coniglio taking over the captaincy ahead of the 2020 season, they are expected to be a force again with a gifted list which includes stars such as Jeremy Cameron, Toby Greene, Josh Kelly and Lachie Whitfield.

The GWS Giants are currently $9.00 with PlayUp to win the 2020 AFL Premiership and $2.37 to make the Top 4.

GWS Giants Live Streaming


GWS supporters that want to live stream Giants games can do so by signing up with Kayo Sports. Kayo has streaming rights to the AFL, which includes all GWS games in the 2020 season. 

BetEasy customers are able to get a three month free trial of Kayo Sports if they are not an existing subscriber. This offer ends on March 31, 2020.


GWS Giants Betting Odds


There are several methods you can use to stay up to date with the latest GWS Giants betting odds, like checking with the bookmaker accounts you have to see which one offers the best markets. 

GWS Giants Bonus Bets


Due to Australian legalisation online bookmakers are unable to offer GWS Giants bonus bets to their customers. 

Most bookmakers do offer money back and bonus bet deals on games throughout the season which can generate you bonus bets, so keep an eye with your bookie to see what deals are in place.

GWS Giants Fixtures


GWS Giants fixtures can be viewed either by their club website or by afl.com.au

The 2020 fixture for the GWS Giants can be found by clicking here.

GWS Giants Results


To keep up to date with the latest GWS Giants results your best bet is to visit either their official website or the AFL's.



GWS Giants Team News


It's always important to know who's named in the final 22. A key out or a big-name such as Jeremy Cameron or Josh Kelly being unavailable could be the difference between you getting a winning dividend and your best GWS Giants bet going down.

Our previews on the GWS Giants will always include the full named squad leading into a match so you'll have all the relevant team information.

GWS Giants Bet of the Day


For our GWS Giants bet of the day visit our match preview hub to get our best GWS Giants bets and other wagers including the Giants.

GWS Giants News


https://www.gwsgiants.com.au/ is your go to website for all news and relevant information regarding the GWS Giants.

bets.com.au will have all the relevant wagering news and odds for the GWS Giants.


GWS Giants Trade Rumours 


The https://www.afl.com.au/ website covers most trade rumours, including the GWS Giants who are generally quite active when it comes to trade week.

Twitter can also be handy for this.

GWS Giants Social Media


The official GWS Giants social media channels are:


#NeverSurrender is a popular hashtag currently trending for the GWS Giants.
             

GWS Giants FAQ

Who is the coach of the GWS Giants?

Leon Cameron is the coach of the GWS Giants.

He took over this role prior to the 2014 season from Kevin Sheedy.

Who is the captain of the GWS Giants?

Stephen Coniglio is the new captain of the GWS Giants.

Phil Davis and Callan Ward were the prior co-captains.

What is the GWS Giants greatest winning margin?

In Round 12 of 2018 the GWS Giants defeated the Gold Coast Suns by 108 points.

That is their greatest ever winning margin.

What is the GWS Giants greatest losing margin?

In Round 15 of the 2012 season, Hawthorn defeated the GWS Giants by 162 points.

That is their greatest ever losing margin.

Who has played the most games for the GWS Giants?

Callan Ward has played 157 games for the GWS Giants.

That is the most and only 3 more than Jeremy Cameron.

How many members do the GWS Giants have?

The GWS Giants had 30,109 members in 2019.

That was up from 25,243 in 2018 and 20,944 members in 2017.

                    
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