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When: Saturday June 28, 10.40am (BST)
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The Sydney Swans and Greater Western Sydney Giants meet for the first time since Round 1 where GWS shocked the Swans to win by 32 points.
Since then however, the Swans overcame a 1-3 record to win nine games straight and currently sit comfortably in the top four, whilst Giants are coming off back-to-back wins for the first time in its short history.
Even with Jeremy Cameron’s return for the Giants, the Swans should surely prove to have far too much fire power with the likes of Buddy Franklin and Kurt Tippett in the forward line.
Retribution will be on the minds of the Swans players and they should run out big winners in the AFL’s newest rivalry match.
1. The Swans’ nine-game winning streak is their best since 2012, their last premiership season. But it is almost 80 years since they won 10 or more, putting together a club record-equalling run of 12 straight way back in 1935.
2. GWS midfielder Adam Treloar starred with 34 touches in round one, while Jeremy Cameron and Jonathon Patton combined for seven goals. Lance Franklin kicked one goal on his Swans debut.
3. The Swans are once again the AFL’s top tackling team, averaging 74.4 per game. GWS is 4th with 73 per game.
4. Despite their round-one loss, the average score between these teams is 115 points to 58 in favour of the Swans.
5. Contested marking is an area where the Giants can improve, currently ranked 17th with just 7.2 per game. The Swans are ninth with 9.3
6. Callan Ward has been on a steady recent rise in the Official AFL Player Ratings. Ranked 43rd overall back in round five, he is up to 30th entering round 15.