AFL Live GWS Giants vs Brisbane Lions Stream AFL Football 2015 Online, AFL Round 10 Match will be kick off at Spotless Stadium, Sydney, Sydney Olympic Park, New South Wales, Australia Sunday 07 June 2015 online, 13.10pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Seven, Foxtell.
The GWS Giants regressed with a heavy loss to the Bulldogs as The Wolf’s best bet last weekend and will be looking to bounce back against a Brisbane side that had St Kilda over-run them last weekend.
The Lions’ injury list is 18-man strong and they will have to find replacements for captain Tom Rockliff (ribs), James Aish (jaw) and utility Claye Beams (knee) this weekend. Jack Redden is a chance to return though they will still have about nine of their best 22 out. The Giants have just a four man injury list with Jono Patton and Adam Tomlinson the only entrentched members of their best 22 on it. Coming off a heavy loss to the Giants, coach Leon Cameron could call on some of his NEAFL players to step up.
The Giants are fifth on the ladder with a 6-3 record and possess a 2-2 (3-1 against the line) record against top eight sides this year. They are fourth in most points scored and 10th for least amount of points conceded. They Lions are dwindling in 16th position having won just two games (against Carlton and Port Adelaide). They are 16th in scoring and 17th in most points against.
Brisbane and GWS have played only three times with the Lions holding a 2-1 advantage though GWS is 2-1 against the line in those three games and won their only encounter last year. The Giants have a 7-16 (15-8 against the line) record at Spotless Stadium. The Giants are 6-2 head-to-head (5-3 against the line) when starting as favourite in their short history. Brisbane is 8-17 (10-15 against the line) away from Queensland since the start of 2013 – this will be their first ever trip to Spotless Stadium. The Giants are 4-0 both head-to-head and against the line following their last four defeats.
Plain and simply, the Giants should be looking to fill their boots this weekend and as punters, we should be too. They need a win to stay in touch with the top four and further legitimise their chance to a maiden finals berth. On pure talent alone, they are an 8-goal better side, their midfield should run rings around the Lions whilst Brisbane will have no answer to McCarthy, Cameron and Stewart up forward. Expect the Giants to be breathing fire after a clear lack of intensity against the Bulldogs and bounce back with a bang.
B Tomas Bugg, Phil Davis, Heath Shaw
HB Aidan Corr, Joel Patfull, Matt Buntine
C Adam Treloar, Callan Ward, Toby Greene
HF Ryan Griffen, Cam McCarthy, Tom Scully
F Josh Kelly, Jeremy Cameron, James Stewart
FOL Shane Mumford, Devon Smith, Stephen Coniglio
I/C Dylan Shiel, Will Hoskin-Elliott, Lachie Whitfield, Nathan Wilson
EMG Zac Williams, Rory Lobb, Jack Steele
IN Phil Davis, Nathan Wilson
OUT Adam Kennedy (Omitted), Nick Haynes (Groin)
B Jordon Bourke, Justin Clarke, Hugh Beasley
HB Harris Andrews, Marco Paparone, Daniel Rich
C Lewis Taylor, Dayne Beams, Nick Robertson
HF Dayne Zorko, Mitch Robinson, Allen Christensen
F Josh Green, Matthew Leuenberger, Pearce Hanley
FOL Stefan Martin, Ryan Lester, Zac O’Brien
I/C Rohan Bewick, Liam Dawson, Tom Cutler, Sam Mayes
EMG Josh Clayton, Mitch Golby, Josh McGuinness
IN Jordon Bourke, Hugh Beasley, Pearce Hanley, Tom Cutler, Sam Mayes
OUT James Aish (Jaw), Ryan Harwood (Concussion), Claye Beams (Knee), Tom Rockliff (Ribs), Jed Adcock (Calf)