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GWS vs Richmond Betting Tips, Preview & Odds - Can the Giants bounce back from last week?

  • GWS host Richmond at Giants Stadium tonight, with the first bounce scheduled for 7.50pm
  • It's a must-win match for the Giants, who currently sit outside finals contention
  • Richmond can jump as high as second with a win 
  • The home side dominates this fixture, winning the last ten clashes
GWS vs Richmond Betting Tips, Preview & Odds
The Giants host Richmond at Giants Stadium (Getty Images)
It is a 2019 AFL Grand Final rematch this Friday night as GWS hosts Richmond at Giants Stadium.

The Giants were defeated last week by an improved Brisbane Lions but were far from disgraced against one of the better teams of the competition. The Tigers come into the game following a dominant win over the Kangaroos and should brimming with confidence.

This game is sure to be tight, but the recent records may sit in the Giants' favour.

GWS Form & Team News

After a solid game against the Lions, the Giants should not have lost any confidence in their brand of footy.

Taking on the reigning premiers in Richmond is no easy feat, but with the home side winning each of the last 10 matches between both sides, the odds do sit in their favour to bounce back to a win here.

Matt de Boer will look to negate the impact likely to line up on Dustin Martin who will be aiming to have a huge influence on the game.

*Round 7 sides listed as round 8 sides are unavailable

FB: A. Corr, P. Davis, H. Shaw
HB: L. Whitfield, L. Keeffe, N. Haynes
C: H. Perryman, S. Coniglio, J. Kelly
HF: B. Daniels, J. Cameron, B. Hill
FF: H. Himmelberg, J. Finlayson, T. Taranto
FOL: S. Mumford, J. Hopper, M. de Boer
I/C: J. Caldwell, L. Ash, J. Hately, Z. Langdon

Richmond Form & Team News

Finally in form and looking ready to impact this season, the Tigers easily defeated North Melbourne last week by nine goals. Richmond are rolling now and are building towards forcing their way back into the top-two.

Defender David Astbury is likely to return to this side this week, but skipper Trent Cotchin will miss one more week with his hamstring injury.

*Round 7 sides listed as round 8 sides are unavailable

FB: N. Broad, D. Grimes, N. Balta
HB: J. Short, N. Vlastuin, D. Eggmolesse-Smith
C: K. McIntosh, S. Bolton, J. Caddy
HF: J. Aarts, J. Higgins, J. Castagna
FF: D. Martin, T. Lynch, J. Riewoldt
FOL: I. Soldo, M. Pickett, K. Lambert
I/C: L. Baker, D. Rioli, J. Graham, M. Chol

GWS vs Richmond Head To Head

Richmond has won the last two clashes between the sides, including last year's Grand Final which was a demolition job but the home side has one the last ten matches, so the match sits in the Giants favour for this game.

GWS vs Richmond Betting Odds

The Giants have been installed as the $1.65 favourites, while Richmond are the outsiders at the $2.20 quote.

The line has been set for the Giants at -5.5.

GWS vs Richmond Match Up

The key match up in this game could well be between Matt de Boer and Dustin Martin in the middle of the ground.

Matt de Boer minimised Lachie Neale's influence on the game last week, and he will need to do so again this week to stop Dusty.

If Martin can gain clearances and get his hands on the footy early, he may be too hard to stop when going forward.

de Boer proved he can match it with the best midfielder in the league, so he is well and truly capable of helping his team over the line here.

GWS vs Richmond Key Stats

  • Liam Baker has recorded 15+ disposals in each of Richmond's last three matches
  • Jeremy Cameron has scored the first goal in two of his last three matches against Richmond
  • 12 of GWS' last 13 matches at Giants Stadium have gone over the total points line

GWS vs Richmond FAQ

When is the GWS vs Richmond game being played?

The GWS vs Richmond game is being played on Friday, July 24, 7.50pm.

Where is the GWS vs Richmond game being played?

The GWS vs Richmond is being played at Giants Stadium in New South Wales.

How can I live stream the GWS vs Richmond game.

Check out our live streaming hub for how to stream the GWS vs Richmond match.


We will be backing GWS to win the match and maintain a strong home record against Richmond. We're also backing Jeremy Cameron to boot the first goal of the match for a third time from four matches against the Tigers.

Best Bet: GWS To Win @1.65 at Sportsbet - 9 Units
Value Bet: Jeremy Cameron First Goal Scorer @8.50 at Sportsbet - 2 Units

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