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    Giants V Bulldogs - Round 10, 18/5/24 ENGIE Stadium, Sydney 4:35PM AEST

    Margin:
    First goal:
    Best on ground:
    "Footscray people are incredible people; so humble. I'm just so happy - ecstatic"

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    Re: Giants V Bulldogs - Round 10, 18/5/24 ENGIE Stadium, Sydney 4:35PM AEST

    Margin: Dogs by 6 points
    First goal: Aaron Naughton
    Best on ground: Marcus Bontempelli
    "Footscray people are incredible people; so humble. I'm just so happy - ecstatic"

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    Re: Giants V Bulldogs - Round 10, 18/5/24 ENGIE Stadium, Sydney 4:35PM AEST

    Dogs by 3 points

    First Goal - Marra (nearly last week but just missed)

    BOG: ADZ
    FFC: Established 1883

    Premierships: AFL 1954, 2016 VFA - 1898,99,1900, 1908, 1913, 1919-20, 1923-24, VFL: 2014, 2016 . Champions of Victoria 1924. AFLW - 2018.

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    Re: Giants V Bulldogs - Round 10, 18/5/24 ENGIE Stadium, Sydney 4:35PM AEST

    Dogs by 23
    FG: Marra
    BOG: English

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    Re: Giants V Bulldogs - Round 10, 18/5/24 ENGIE Stadium, Sydney 4:35PM AEST

    We're getting starched this game and the hate/shame spiral starts again.

    Them by 58
    BOG Macrae
    First goal Garcia
    "It's over. It's all over."

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    Re: Giants V Bulldogs - Round 10, 18/5/24 ENGIE Stadium, Sydney 4:35PM AEST

    Quote Originally Posted by EasternWest View Post
    We're getting starched this game and the hate/shame spiral starts again.

    Them by 58
    BOG Macrae
    First goal Garcia
    Can understand as we have a very poor record of winning in recent times after having a great win the week before by over 50 points. We are due to win a close one.
    "Footscray people are incredible people; so humble. I'm just so happy - ecstatic"

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    Re: Giants V Bulldogs - Round 10, 18/5/24 ENGIE Stadium, Sydney 4:35PM AEST

    https://www.afl.com.au/news/1130373/...-continue-rise

    Via the AFL website - R10 Match Preview

    Greater Western Sydney v Western Bulldogs, Engie Stadium
    Saturday, May 18, 4.35pm AEST
    Last time: Greater Western Sydney 11.12 (78) d Western Bulldogs 10.13 (73), R20 2023

    What it means

    GWS (6-3) will return to its home deck for the first time since round one with its tail between its legs after giving up a promising start when suffering three defeats in the past four matches. The Giants snapped a four-match losing streak against their old rivals in a thriller last year but might be more concerned with their own performances of late as the 'Orange tsunami' has started to dry up.

    The Western Bulldogs (4-5) bounced back from four defeats in five matches with a crushing victory over an injury-ravaged Richmond but now need to underpin their return to form against a more settled opponent. The Bulldogs can take extra motivation from putting a dent in their rivals' finals hopes, while boosting their own chances ahead of tough tests against the Swans, Pies and Lions.

    Game-shapers

    Jesse Hogan has endured more highs and lows than most on his way to 150 matches but finally appears to be at the top of his game. The Giants spearhead has booted at least one goal in every match this season, and is sitting second in the race for the Coleman Medal with 26 majors, as his threat near goal continues to grow.

    The Bulldogs are reaping the rewards of handing Taylor Duryea a lifeline late last year as the veteran remains a consistent performer now set to reach 200 matches. The 33-year-old can add run and carry out of defence but against the Giants is likely to spend just as much time minding members of their mosquito fleet looking to add some bite after a quiet week.

    Early tip: Greater Western Sydney by 22 points
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    Re: Giants V Bulldogs - Round 10, 18/5/24 ENGIE Stadium, Sydney 4:35PM AEST

    Quote Originally Posted by Eastdog View Post
    Can understand as we have a very poor record of winning in recent times after having a great win the week before by over 50 points. We are due to win a close one.
    I hope I'm wrong Eastie.
    "It's over. It's all over."

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    Re: Giants V Bulldogs - Round 10, 18/5/24 ENGIE Stadium, Sydney 4:35PM AEST

    Dogs: 15
    First Goal: West
    BOG: Big Red.
    You keep on using that word... I do not
    think it means what you think it means.

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    Re: Giants V Bulldogs - Round 10, 18/5/24 ENGIE Stadium, Sydney 4:35PM AEST

    Weather. (Sydney Olympic Park)

    Min 11. Max 16.

    Partly cloudy. Very high chance of showers along the coastal fringe, grading to medium chance in the west. Winds south to southwesterly 25 to 40 km/h.

    Windy and possibly wet.

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    Re: Giants V Bulldogs - Round 10, 18/5/24 ENGIE Stadium, Sydney 4:35PM AEST

    Harmes is definitely going to Whitfield right? Because it’s worked the last two weeks and is so obvious? Right?
    - I'm a visionary - Only here to confirm my biases -

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    Re: Giants V Bulldogs - Round 10, 18/5/24 ENGIE Stadium, Sydney 4:35PM AEST

    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Days View Post
    Harmes is definitely going to Whitfield right? Because it’s worked the last two weeks and is so obvious? Right?
    Someone needs to so it might as well be Harmes.

    With Ash missing the reliance on Whitfield to be the distributor will be even greater.

    Surely we aren?t dumb enough to let him run free.

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    Re: Giants V Bulldogs - Round 10, 18/5/24 ENGIE Stadium, Sydney 4:35PM AEST

    Quote Originally Posted by Mantis View Post
    Someone needs to so it might as well be Harmes.

    With Ash missing the reliance on Whitfield to be the distributor will be even greater.

    Surely we aren?t dumb enough to let him run free.
    Narrator (Morgan Freeman): "They were dumb enough to let him run free"

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    Re: Giants V Bulldogs - Round 10, 18/5/24 ENGIE Stadium, Sydney 4:35PM AEST

    Quote Originally Posted by Axe Man View Post
    Narrator (Morgan Freeman): "They were dumb enough to let him run free"
    Can you get Morgan to do a retake?

    At three quarter time they subbed in Caleb Daniel and sent him to Whitfield, but by then it was too late.
    More of an In Bruges guy?

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    Re: Giants V Bulldogs - Round 10, 18/5/24 ENGIE Stadium, Sydney 4:35PM AEST

    Quote Originally Posted by azabob View Post
    Can you get Morgan to do a retake?

    At three quarter time they subbed in Caleb Daniel and sent him to Whitfield, but by then it was too late.
    I've subbed in Clint.

    It's a hell of a thing, tagging a man. Take away all he's got, and all he's ever gonna have.

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