3 wins from 3 games for Sydney in AFL 2024

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Can Sydney go all the way in the AFL Championship?

The Sydney Swans have made a perfect start to the season

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  • Momentum is building for the Sydney Swans in the 2024 AFL season.
  • The Swans have won their opening 3 games.
  • As 5-time winners of the AFL Championship, the Swans last lifted the title in 2012.
  • John Longmire’s side look to have the potential to go all the way in 2024.

Whilst the 2024 AFL season is very much in its infancy, the Sydney Swans have been causing a stir at the top of the table. 
Continuing their solid form from the end of the 2023 campaign, the Swans have been imperious in their opening 3 games and are now dreaming of an AFL Premiership run. 
The Sydney Swans last lifted the title back in 2012 and there is plenty of belief with punters and AFL betting sites that 2024 could be their year. 

Dream start 

For the Sydney Swans, a pre-season glance down the fixture list would not have made particularly pretty reading. 
Melbourne and Collingwood made up the first two games of the season for the Swans, but both were brushed aside with relative ease. 
Essendon were also dispatched of last time out, adding momentum to the belief with AFL betting sites that the Swans could go all the way this year. 
Keep on trucking 

Winning the first 3 games of any season feels significant but for the Sydney Swans, it is relatively unchartered territory. 
A side that are known for making slow starts and building into the campaign, hitting the ground running will be hugely reassuring for Sydney Swans fans this term. 
The likes of Richmond, Gold Coast, and cross city rivals GWS Giants lie in wait in the next 5 matches and Sydney will want to keep powering on. 
Can they actually do it? 

Early season optimism is often a trait of punters and fans fully exploited by betting apps but there is a very different feel about the Sydney Swans this season. 
Breaking the 12-year duck will be integral to their objectives but they also have a balanced squad, who will be up for the challenge this term. 
The likes of Carlton, Melbourne, Collingwood and the GWS Giants are all likely to have their say too but the Sydney Swans are enjoying being firmly in the Championship mix in 2024.