Geelong vs GWS Round 11 Tips – 27/05/23

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Geelong Cats vs GWS Giants free AFL tips, predictions and preview.

Geelong vs GWS Tips, Preview & Predictions

Geelong Cats vs GWS Giants free AFL tips, predictions and preview by AFL expert tippers – Cats to be too strong at home

Geelong vs GWS H2H Prediction

Geelong vs GWS Giants Tips

  • Tom Hawkins has kicked 3+ goals in five of his past six games

  • Geelong have led in every quarter in seven of their past eight games at home

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  • Lachie Whitfield has averaged 29 disposals in his past four matches against the Cats.
  • Tom Green has 30+ disposals in eight of his last nine games, he has 29 in the other.
  • Zach Tuohy has picked up 28+ disposals in his last two games against the Giants
  • Finn Callaghan has 20 or more disposals in his past four matches.
  • Mark Blicavs has had 15+ disposals in his past six matches.
  • Toby Greene has kicked 10 goals in his past three matches against Geelong
  • Jeremy Cameron and Tom Hawkins sit 2nd and 3rd on the goal kicking table with 34 and 29 majors apiece.

Geelong vs GWS Match Details

🇦🇺 Competition: AFL
🗓 Date: Saturday May 27
⏰ Time: 4:35pm (AEST)
🏟 Stadium: GMHBA Stadium

Geelong vs GWS 2023 Form (last five matches)

Cats (WWWLL)

  • R6: Geelong 130-37 Sydney
  • R7: Essendon 104-132 Geelong
  • R8: Geelong 98-72 Adelaide
  • R9: Richmond 102-78 Geelong
  • R10: Fremantle 106-77 Geelong

Giants (LWLLL)

  • R6 GWS 87-108 Brisbane
  • R7: Sydney 106-107 Giants
  • R8: GWS 71-86 Western Bulldogs
  • R9: Collingwood 120-55 GWS Giants
  • R10: Giants 80-92 St Kilda

Cats vs Giants Head to Head (last five matches)

  • R8 2022: Giants 35-88 Cats
  • SF   2021: Cats 103-68 Giants
  • R21 2021: Cats 65-84 Giants
  • R1   2020: Giants 105-73 Cats
  • R4   2019: Cats 75-79 Giants


Geelong vs GWS Preview

Geelong will be out to bounce back after two recent losses and get back to familiar surroundings at GMHBA Stadium in front of their home fans. Last year’s premiers have won their past nine games at home, including both matches this season.

But recent form has seen them go down to Richmond at the MCG in Round 9 before travelling west and missing out against Fremantle by 29 points. Injuries have been an issue and Patrick Dangerfield has been ruled out again, while it remains to be seen if Gary Rohan, Ollie Henry and Sam de Koning can get up in time for this match.

In the Fremantle encounter, Zach Tuohy, was their highest disposal winner with just 19 and they will need to find more of the footy to be safe against GWS. Tom Hawkins comes off three goals, while Jeremy Cameron missed out on a major in the loss to the Dockers and will be out to bounce back against his old side.

GWS have lost their past three matches and ran out of steam late in their Round 10 loss to St Kilda, going down to the Saints by 12 points, despite the work of Stephen Coniglio, Tom Green and Lachie Whitfield, who all had more than 25 disposals. Josh Kelly is another ball magnet but will be out of action for this game with a hammy.

Despite the presence of a number of ball winners, it is hard to see the Giants pull off an upset against Geelong, given the Cats are at home and on the rebound. They will need something special from Toby Greene, who returned from injury last weekend, booting two goals.

Giants vs Cats Stats

  • GWS have not covered the line in their past nine matches against top eight opponents.
  • GWS have won their past two games at GMHBA Stadium.
  • GWS rank 2nd in the competition for total disposals, Geelong are 15th in this measure.
  • GWS have three players in the top 11 of the competition for average disposals. They are Tom Green, Stephen Coniglio and Josh Kelly, all averaging 28+. Patrick Dangerfield is Geelong’s highest ranked at 56, averaging 23.5 per game. Dangefield and Kelly are absent for this match.
  • Geelong are 2nd in the competition for total goals, GWS are 11th.

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