Gws vs hawthorn prediction

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Our AFL betting expert has scoured the odds for some value and found several value GWS Giants v Hawthorn tips for Sunday’s game. GWS -6.5 points/match total under 124.5 points This double with PlayUp requires GWS to win by 7 points or more and the match total to be under 124.5 points.

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Will Hawthorn get two wins on the trot in Round 14?

Hawthorn will be looking for two wins on the trot when they host the Bombers in Tasmania to conclude Round 14. Hawthorn Hawks vs Essendon Bombers free AFL tips, predictions and preview – Hawthorn won this meeting earlier in the season by one point.

How did the Hawks win against the Swans?

The Hawks are coming off a huge surprise win against the Swans as $5.50 outsiders. Alastair Clarkson’s side was able to frustrate the Swans ball movement, as a result, they went at 32% efficiency inside 50. Hawthorn dominating the contested ball, thanks to former Brownlow medallist Tom Mitchell, who finished the match with 34 disposals and a goal.

How many changes will the Hawks make with Harry Morrison and James Worpel?

The Hawks will make at least two changes with Harry Morrison and James Worpel missing. Conor Nash, Emerson Jeka, James Cousins, Lachlan Bramble and Tyler Brockman have been named as inclusions.

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GWS Giants vs Hawthorn Tips

GWS Giants and Hawthorn contest the opening Sunday fixture in Round 15.


Head to Head

From their last 10 clashes, Hawthorn lead the head to head battle 5-4 over the Giants with the other clash being a draw back in 2017.


GWS Giants Form

The Giants were building quite well and they should have beaten Richmond Tigers prior to rolling West Coast Eagles, two of the more talented sides in the competition.


GWS Giants Team News

Small pressure forward Brent Daniels returns for the Giants this Sunday.


Hawthorn Form

Hawthorn responded from their bye week with an upset win over the Sydney Swans, which boosted hopes of avoiding the wooden spoon.


Hawthorn Team News

Hawthorn have some handy inclusions for Round 15 with highly rated youngster Denver Grainger-Baras returning along with midfielder James Worpel and lock-down defender Kyle Hartigan.


Verdict

GWS need to stay in touch with the Top 8 and they’re capable of putting a space on the Hawks if they bring their best.


Who are the Hawks missing?

The Hawks will make at least two changes with Harry Morrison and James Worpel missing. Conor Nash, Emerson Jeka, James Cousins, Lachlan Bramble and Tyler Brockman have been named as inclusions.


Who is in the 2021 draft?

Devon Smith, Peter Wright and Sam Draper are amongst the inclusions. Including Zach Reid who is part of the 2021 draftee trio, as well as Sam Durham, who was picked up in the mid-season draft from the Richmond VFL. *Teams are yet to be reduced to 22, four omissions still need to be made from the eight-man bench.

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