Australian Football League Live Brisbane Lions vs GWS Giants Live Stream Free, AFL 2018 Regular Seasons Week 14 AFL Stream. Brisbane Lions vs GWS Giants match will be kickoff at The Gabba Stadium, Woolloongabba, Australia, Saturday 23 June 2018 online, 16:35 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Seven, Foxtell.
The Brisbane Lions and the GWS Giants square off at the GABBA in what shapes as an interesting game in AFL Round 14.
The Saturday June 23 clash gets underway at 4.35PM and it is the Giants that head in as favourites. All the action will be broadcast on Fox Footy.
The Brisbane Lions have won just one game this season, a 56 point victory over Hawthorn at the GABBA in Round 9. They sit in 17th spot on the AFL ladder, well below the 9th placed GWS, who have won their past two.
Those wins for the Giants have come against Adelaide by 16 points and the hapless Gold Coast Suns by 108. On paper, the Brisbane clash looks to be a regulation win for the expansion club but the Lions have shown they are more than capable on their day and can spring a surprise.
They have gone down in narrow fashion in a number of their games and have some more than handy players in the midfield that could match motors with some of the Giants fleet of runners.
Dayne Zorko, Dayne Beams and Daniel Rich have been in reasonable form, while their tall timber, including Harris Andrews and Darcy Gardiner are playing better footy by the week.
Brisbane’s last match came against Essendon and the Lions can blame poor kicking for goal as a major reason for their 22 point loss.
GWS, who have struggled for consistency, will be looking to win three games in a row for the first time this year. They lead the Lions in a number of measures such as average disposals, contested possession and clearances.
Key players include Josh Kelly and Callan Ward, while it will be interesting to see if Jeremy Cameron can find the goals again after booting six majors in the recent win over the Suns.
A Giants victory will see them within striking distance of the eight. They are currently two points behind North Melbourne (8th) and Hawthorn (9th). A loss will make it hard for Leon Cameron’s side with nine games to follow.
B: Hodge, Andrews, Gardiner
HB: Rich, Cutler, Witherden
C: Taylor, Lester, Zorko
HF: Rayner, Walker, McCluggage
F: Christensen, Hipwood, Bailey
FOLL: Martin, Berry, Beams
I/C: Robertson, Mayes, Mathieson, McInerney
EMG: Keays, Bastinac, Starcevich, Frost
IN: Walker, Mathieson
OUT: McStay, Keays
B: Corr, Taylor, Tomlinson
HB: Haynes, Davis, Shaw
C: Griffen, Ward, Reid
HF: de Boer, Cameron, Coniglio
F: Hopper, Patton, Shiel
FOLL: Simpson, Taranto, Kelly
I/C: Whitfield, Langdon, Himmelberg, Finlayson
EMG: Bonar, Daniels, Keeffe, Perryman
IN: Coniglio, Simpson, Finlayson
OUT: Lloyd, Lobb, Perryman