One of the best rivalries of the last decade is set to be renewed on Saturday night in Sydney.
The over looks a tremendous bet in a game where punters are struggling to separate the two sides.
Interim coach Mark McVeigh has released the shackles off GWS, resulting in three straight games of scoring 96+ points. Last week’s match went under the total due to North Melbourne’s total inability to score, but the two prior games under McVeigh totalled 224 and 206 points. Defence is an afterthought with these Giants.
The Dogs, too, have been a solid overs team all year, with 7 of 12 games clearing including four of the last six. Two of their last three games have also reached the 200 point mark.
Four of the last five between these two sides have gone over and given the total is a very moderate 164.5 here, it should comfortably do so again.
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Josh Kelly was tagged by Kayne Turner last week and still managed 27 disposals. He’s cleared 25 in eight straight games.
Bailey Dale has had 25+ disposals in nine of his last ten games.
Toby Greene has kicked 2+ snags in six straight while James Peatling has booted nine goals in three games.
We talked up James Peatling in last week’s Roos v Giants preview and the youngster didn’t let us down, booting three goals for his third consecutive game. You just have to ride the heater if we’re still getting $5+ for yet another hat trick of goals.