AFL Live Gold Coast Suns vs Sydney Swans Stream AFL Football 2015 Online, AFL Round 10 Match will be kick off at Metricon Stadium, Gold Coast, Carrara, Queensland, Australia Saturday 06 June 2015 online, 16.40pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Seven, Foxtell.
Gold Coast Suns is a rabble both on and off the field with their best players out and their culture in disarray. In contrast, the Swans are humming along with a small injury list and are going for five straight wins.
The Swans will be hopeful that Reg Grundy can return after being a late withdrawal last Friday. Expect Jake Lloyd to also miss whilst Craig Bird and Dean Towers are waiting in the wings should John Longmire rest a couple. Expect older statesman – Lance Franklin and Jarrad McVeigh to take a mid-season week-off at some stage. For the Suns, boozy duo Jack Martin and Charlie Dixon will miss. They have a 12-man injury list featuring seven of their best 22 which has ruined their season.
The Swans are third (7-2) on the ladder having won four in a row. They rank seventh in scoring and second in least amount of points conceded this season. The Suns are 17th on the ladder with just one win and rank second for most amount of points conceded and 15th for points scored in 2015.
Sydney has won all four of its matches against Gold Coast – by an average of 54.5 points. The Swans are 3-1 against the line vs the Suns. Three of their four match-ups have totalled over 179-points. Gold Coast is 14-12 (15-11 at the line) at Metricon Stadium in the last three seasons – 8-7 (9-6 against the line) in 2014-15. The Suns are 2-17 (5-14 against the line) without Gary Ablett in the side. The Swans are 18-8 head-to-head (14-13 at the line) when outside of Sydney in the past three seasons – that’s 12-3 (10-5 against the line) in 2014-15.
We got burnt by two large lines last weekend taking the minus so happy to have a play on the total match points line in this one. The Swans have demonstrated that they have one of the best defences in the league and could limit the Suns to under 60-points. Their midfield should utterly dominate and Buddy and Tippett look to have great match-ups. The Swans have only scored over 100-points just three times this season and will look to find their offensive groove in this one.
Gold Coast Suns :
B Adam Saad, Henry Schade, Kade Kolodjashnij
HB Jarrod Harbrow, Steven May, Jesse Lonergan
C Luke Russell, Trent McKenzie, Andrew Raines
HF Danny Stanley, Tom J. Lynch, Harley Bennell
F Keegan Brooksby, Peter Wright, Touk Miller
FOL Tom Nicholls, Michael Rischitelli, Mitch Hallahan
I/C Andrew Boston, Matt Shaw, Brandon Matera, Sean Lemmens
EMG Clay Cameron, Greg Broughton, Seb Tape
IN Andrew Raines, Peter Wright, Matt Shaw
OUT Jack Martin (Hamstring), Charlie Dixon (Omitted), Alex Sexton (Hip)
Sydney Swans :
B Nick Smith, Ted Richards, Dane Rampe
HB Gary Rohan, Heath Grundy, Rhyce Shaw
C Lewis Jetta, Josh P. Kennedy, Kieren Jack
HF Jarrad McVeigh, Lance Franklin, Daniel Robinson
F Adam Goodes, Kurt Tippett, Sam Reid
FOL Mike Pyke, Luke Parker, Dan Hannebery
I/C Harry Cunningham, Jeremy Laidler, Jake Lloyd, Tom Mitchell
EMG Brandon Jack, Harry Marsh, Toby Nankervis
IN Heath Grundy, Jake Lloyd
OUT Brandon Jack (Omitted), Ben McGlynn (Hamstring)