Australian Football League Live GWS Giants vs West Coast Eagles Live Stream Free, AFL 2017 Seasons Week 22 Stream. GWS Giants vs West Coast Eagles match will be kickoff at Spotless Stadium, Sydney, NSW, Australia, Saturday 19 August 2017 online, 16:35 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Seven, Foxtell.
As we head towards the September finals action, GWS look to be peaking at the right time and have won their past three, including last week’s Friday night match-up in convincing fashion over the Western Bulldogs by 48 points.
The Giants are into $3.75 with CrownBet to take out the premiership later on, just behind Adelaide ($3.25) in the market. The can secure the double chance with a win over West Coast.
The Eagles come off a 17 point win over Carlton and are hanging in the eight, but only just. A slip up here will prove costly and they are likely to slip out of the eight at the end of the round if they lose. A tough game against Adelaide in Round 23 looms on the horizon.
GWS have been posted at the odds of $1.26 in the head to head betting and their midfield contingent that includes Stephen Coniglio, Josh Kelly and Dylan Shiel should have too much run and class, while they have plenty of options up forward, including Jonathan Patton, who comes off a four-goal performance against the Bulldogs.
West Coast can present some problems with their aerial dominance. Josh Kennedy was the match winner against Carlton, booting six, while Jeremy McGovern will provide a steadying influence around the ground.
But as we head to September, the Giants look to be the side to take this out, particularly on their home turf of Spotless Stadium, where they have won five of seven this year, with another one of those a draw to Geelong.
Shane Mumford returns from suspension for the Giants, while Devon Smith is also available for selection. West Coast will monitor Mark LeCras, who was a late withdrawal last weekend with a hamstring injury.
West Coast have won five of the six games they have played against GWS, including the corresponding clash last year in thrilling circumstances, after Nic Natanui scrambled a goal with seconds left on the clock to hand the Eagles a one point win.
However, the Giants enjoyed their first ever win against West Coast earlier this season when they journeyed over to Perth, overrunning the Eagles late in the game to secure an eight-point win. On that occasion, Callan Ward and Shane Mumford were dominant, while Andrew Gaff was West Coast’s best.
B: N.Haynes, P.Davis, N.Wilson
HB: A.Tomlinson, A.Corr, H.Shaw
C: L.Whitfield, C.Ward, T.Scully
HF: T.Greene, H.Himmelberg, D.Smith
F: J.Cameron, J.Patton, M.de Boer
FOL: S.Mumford, S.Coniglio, J.Hopper
I/C: Z.Williams, D.Shiel, B.Deledio, J.Kelly
EMG: M.Kennedy, X, H.Perryman, T.Mohr
IN: S.Mumford, D.Smith, A.Tomlinson, J.Cameron
OUT: S.Johnson, D.Simpson, R.Lobb, M.Kennedy
B: S.Hurn, E.Mackenzie, T.Barrass
HB: B.Sheppard, J.McGovern, L.Duggan
C: M.Hutchings, M.Priddis, A.Gaff
HF: J.Redden, J.Darling, E.Yeo
F: J.Cripps, J.Kennedy, D.Petrie
FOL: N.Vardy, S.Mitchell, L.Shuey
I/C: D.Sheed, L.Jetta, L.Partington, J.Hill
EMG: T.Lamb, S.Wellingham, J.Nelson
IN: J.Hill, T.Barrass
OUT: S.Wellingham, J.Nelson