Venue: Domain Stadium 4:40PM AEST
Last 5 Times
R21, 2016, West Coast 14.13 (97) d Greater Western Sydney 14.12 (96) at Spotless Stadium
R5, 2015, West Coast 18.12 (120) d Greater Western Sydney 4.9 (33) at Domain Stadium
R8, 2014, West Coast 30.8 (188) d Greater Western Sydney 12.5 (77) at Domain Stadium
R9, 2013, West Coast 23.17 (155) d Greater Western Sydney 8.7 (55) at Spotless Stadium
R3, 2012, West Coast 23.12 (150) d Greater Western Sydney 10.9 (69) at Blacktown
Game Notes: The blowtorch is back on West Coast after another insipid effort in Melbourne and Greater Western Sydney will be bracing for a ferocious response this Sunday. The Eagles haven’t been beaten at their home fortress this season and are the only team yet to lose to the rising Giants, records they will be desperate to keep intact to avoid dropping back into the pack chasing finals spots. Coach Adam Simpson has put the heat on West Coast’s leaders after a 61-point belting from Essendon, and contested ball – one of GWS’ strengths – will be a huge focus at Domain Stadium. The Giants have been ravaged by injury but found ways to win coming from behind to topple Collingwood and Richmond in successive weeks. A victory in Perth – where they have taken the points only once in seven attempts – would give Leon Cameron’s men a handy gap over a potential top-four rival.
Mottsy’s Tip: West Coast by 15
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