GWS v West Coast
Saturday 4:35pm at Spotless Stadium

Greater Western Sydney and West Coast both sit within the Top 8 making this Saturday twilight affair a critical match in how the finals will play out.
FormGreater Western Sydney are second on the ladder with a 13-5-2 record, attempting to chase down Adelaide for top spot. The Giants rank third in scoring and fifth in defence. GWS have won three straight, the last two by margins of 35 and 48 against teams fighting for a finals position. The Giants have conceded 64 or less in three of their last four.
West Coast are back inside the Top 8 following their 17-point win over Carlton. The Eagles have won five of their last 10 but have not won consecutive games since Round 8. Eight of West Coast’s last 14 games have been decided by a margin of 10 points or fewer.
Stats That Matter
– GWS have won the last two and four of the last six against West Coast.
– West Coast have covered 4 of the last 5 against GWS.
– The over has hit in 5 of the last 6 Giants-Eagles clashes.
– The Giants have covered just 2 of their last 11 at Spotless.
– The Giants have covered just 2 of their last 10 at Spotless when favoured by more than three goals.
– West Coast go under in 61% of interstate matches.
– The Eagles gave covered just 1 of their last 5 interstate games.
– West Coast are 9-3 ATS interstate getting more than three goals.
Betting Data2017 Line: GWS 8-12, West Coast 8-12
2017 Over-Under: GWS 11-9, West Coast 9-11
What To ExpectKeen to back West Coast in this one. They have a great recent record, at least in a covers sense, against the Giants and are very good as a big interstate underdog. The Giants have been awful at Spotless as a betting proposition of late.
How It’s Shaping UpGWS by 11
Recommended Bet
West Coast +28.5 ($1.91)
Player MarketsJosh Kennedy is the Coleman Medal frontrunner who has kicked 23 goals across the last four weeks. In scintillating form.

Recommended Bet
Josh Kennedy 4+ Goals ($1.85)

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