One-Eyed GWS Grand Final Preview

History is set to be created on Saturday afternoon at the MCG as the newest addition to the Australian Football League, the Greater Western Sydney Giants will their first premiership.

After one of the most thrilling Preliminary final wins in recent memory against Collingwood, the Giants are set to inject up to three of their best players back into the line up after suspension and injury.

They are hungry after getting so close in recent years, and you can be assured that the moment will not be lost on them as they take their first opportunity on the last Saturday in September for the first time.

If you are a Giants fan or have simply jumped on the bandwagon because you can not stand the thought of another Richmond (Victorian) premiership, this 2019 AFL Grand Final Betting Guide (GWS Edition) is for you!

GIANTS BY SMALL MARGIN
GWS To WIn By Margin 1-19 @ $5.25

I can’t see the Giants winning this by a massive margin. Richmond are just too good a football team for this to happen. 

Geelong couldn’t have played much better going into half time with a nice buffer however you knew it was a matter of time before Riichmond showed something.

Nothing more than a three goal win here for the Giants and we are getting a nice little price. 

JEZZA THE NORM
Jeremy Cameron To Win The Norm Smith Medal @ $17

If GWS are to win this game of football then Jeremy Cameron will need to play an enormous game.

I’m tippping 4+ goals for the Giants star forward in a game winning performance.

 

GRASS IS GREENER
Toby Greene To Kick First Goal @ $15

This is set up for the little champion isn’t it?

Missing the Preliminary Final through a undisciplined act but comes out firing in the first quarter of the Grand Final to get the boys up and about.

Lock it in.

A GIANT WIN
Popular Multi - GWS 1-39, GWS over 66.5 points & Greene 2+ Goals @ $10

We have plenty of Popular Multis to chose from however this one really stands out to me. 

For all of our markets hit the link below and enjoy history being made at the MCG on Saturday afternoon.

GO GIANTS