AFL Live GWS Giants vs Gold Coast Suns Live Streaming Free 2018 Regular Seasons week 11 match will be kick off at Spotless Stadium, Sydney, NSW, Australia, Saturday 09 June 2018 online, 16:35 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Seven, Foxtell.
The Giants will host the Suns at Spotless Stadium at 4:35pm on Saturday afternoon. All the action can be seen live on Fox Footy from 4:30pm.
On Sunday afternoon at the Adelaide Oval, the Giants saved their season in what was probably the biggest win in their clubs history.
The Giants had lost four games in a row after a promising start to the season. The four losses were by a combined 164 points against Geelong, West Coast, North Melbourne and Essendon.
The Giants leaders came to the fore in Adelaide, steering the ship in a come from behind 16-point victory. Captain Callan Ward had 22 disposals, 14 of which were contested possessions, kicking at 82 percent efficiency. He also finished with eight clearances and five tackles. Jeremy Cameron booted three goals, two of which came in a decisive final quarter.
“Probably one of the better wins for a number of years,” Giants coach Leon Cameron said.
“To get a win over here, we hadn’t done that against the Crows, is just enormous for our club.”
On Saturday afternoon, the Giants face the Gold Coast Suns who are officially in crisis mode. After starting 2-0, the Suns have lost seven of their last eight matches. It had been a tough fortnight for the Suns, suffering a 69-point loss to Melbourne and a 40-point loss to Port Adelaide in China.
They returned to Metricon Stadium for the first time in 2018 against their old captain Gary Ablett and the Geelong Cats. The Suns hoped to return to winning form, however the result was far from a victory. The Cats kicked 14 goals to 2 after quarter-time in an 85-point romp that was simply embarrassing for the Suns.
It was horror night for the Gold Coast Suns. Aaron Hall suffered a shoulder injury early in the first half and had his shoulder in a sling shortly after. Defender Steven May injured his ankle late in the final term.
The Giants Stephen Coniglio suffered a head knock in the third quarter against the Crows. He continued playing, but came off midway through the final term with delayed concussion. He will need to pass concussion tests before being given the all clear to play against the Suns on Saturday.
The Giants have defeated the Suns in their last five matches, including a 102-point thrashing in Round 2, 2017. The Giants have an average winning margin of 56.4 points against the Suns in matches dating back to 2015.
Giants key forward Jeremy Cameron has dominated against Gold Coast, kicking 23 goals in his last five matches against the Suns.
The Giants victory against the Crows felt like a line in the sand moment. They fought so hard for that victory, they will not come out and give that win back against the Suns, a team they are expected to beat. The Giants should do this easily.
B: Harry Perryman, Phil Davis, Heath Shaw
HB: Sam Taylor, Nick Haynes, Lachie Whitfield
C: Matt de Boer, Callan Ward, Adam Tomlinson
HF: Sam Reid, Harry Himmelberg, Josh Kelly
FF: Jeremy Cameron, Jonny Patton, Zac Langdon
FOLL: Rory Lobb, Ryan Griffen, Jacob Hopper
I/C: Tim Taranto, Dylan Shiel, Daniel Lloyd, Aiden Corr
EMG: Jeremy Finlayson, Dawson Simpson, Brent Daniels, Adien Bonar
IN: Matt de Boer
OUT: Stephen Coniglio (Injured)
B: Jarrod Harbrow, Rory Thompson, Jesse Joyce
HB: Charlie Ballard, Jack Leslie, Michael Rischitelli
C: Lachie Weller, Touk Miller, Callum Ah Chee
HF: Jack Martin, Tom Lynch, Alex Sexton
F: Jacob Heron, Sam Day, Aaron Young
FOLL: Jarrod Witts, Ben Ainsworth, David Swallow
I/C: Brad Scheer, Will Brodie, Nick Holman, Jack Bowes
EMG: Max Spencer, Peter Wright, Jarryd Lyons, Connor Nutting
IN: Jack Leslie, Brad Scheer
OUT: Steven May (injured), Aaron Hall (injured)