7 wins on the spin have propelled the GWS giants up the AFL table

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Who will stop the GWS Giants juggernaut?

The GWS Giants have been in blistering AFL form of late, with many betting apps backing them to continue their run

News Insights

  • In a remarkable run of form, the GWS Giants have won their last 7 AFL matches.
  • With their last loss dating back to start of June, the Giants look to be in imperious form.
  • The likes of Melbourne, Adelaide and Gold Coast have all been dispatched.
  • Next up for the Giants is a home clash with local rivals the Sydney Swans.

It has been a classic season of two halves for the Greater Western Sydney Giants. With 12 games played, the GWS Giants had only won 5 of their outings and many live betting sites had written off their play-off hopes.

However, the GWS Giants had other ideas and now find themselves 6th in the 2023 AFL table.

Timed to Perfection

As is so often the case, success in the AFL is often about timing and for the GWS Giants, the stars look to have aligned at the right time.

Losing to Richmond on June 4th proved to be the catalyst for the Giants, who have been on a great run since.

Sitting in 6th is exactly where the GWS Giants fans would have hoped they’d be at the start of the season, and they are $1.85 with WinnersBet to stay in the top 8.

Too late for top 4?

Inevitably, with the GWS Giants climbing the table so rapidly, question marks are developing as to how far they could go.

Collingwood, Port Adelaide, Brisbane, and Melbourne have dominated the top 4 for much of the 2023 AFL season.

However, with the big games coming thick and fast, the GWS Giants will fancy their chances of continuing their good form at $7.00 with Bet365 to break the top quartet.

Big games to come

For all the positivity surrounding the Giants Stadium, caution is needed in some areas.

Next up are local rivals Sydney, where the GWS Giants are the favourites at $1.8 with PlayUp, in what should be an enthralling encounter.

After that, tricky ties against Port Adelaide, Essendon and Carlton await – all of which will have an impact on how the end of the 2023 AFL season plays out for the GWS Giants.