The five game Super Saturday slate in the AFL returns this week! The 2nd game of the day will see Adelaide taking on GWS from Adelaide Oval at 2.10pm and we have you covered with a full preview and betting tips for the clash below.
Remember to head to our AFL Tips page for betting tips on every game across Round 7 of the season.
Adelaide vs GWS Betting Tips
Adelaide Oval, Saturday 30th April, 2.10pm (AEST)
Ins/Out: No Changes
The Crows will go into the game completely unchanged from their win over the Bulldogs last week. They will still without Paul Seedsman, Rory Sloane and Riley Thilthorpe but apart from that, they look to be pretty healthy.
The Crows were super impressive in Ballarat last weekend against the Bulldogs. They captured a 1 point win to move to 3-3 on the season and currently sit in 10th place. In a topsy turvy game that had plenty of lead changes, the Crows held off a surging Bulldogs team in the final quarter to win.
Rory Laird and Ben Keays were fantastic for the Crows, racking up 63 possessions between them while Taylor Walker continued his impressive start to the season with another three goals.
Ins: Cooper Hamilton, Jesse Hoga
Outs: Jake Stein, Matt de Boer, Tanner Bruhn
The Giants will blood rookie Cooper Hamilton this week for his first game at senior level, while key forward Jesse Hogan comes back into the line-up after recovering from injury. The Giants are still without Jacob Hopper, Phil Davis and Brent Daniels, but are improving week by week on the injury front.
The Giants had a chance to potentially turn their season around last week but couldnt get the job done on Friday night against the Saints. With skipper Toby Greene back in the line-up, they were fancied by many to upset St Kild and after leading by 12 points at half time, they were held to just one goal in the 2nd half, as the Saints ran out 17 point winners.
Tom Green has had a super impressive start to the season but the rest of the talented midfield brigade for the has failed to fire through six rounds. He'll need some help from the likes of Lachie Whitfield, Josh Kelly and Stephen Coniglio if the Giants are to find some momentum in 2022.
The Crows look to have made some real strides in 2022 and for what seems like the first time in a long time, they will start as favourites in an AFL match as the bookies have the line 4.5 points in their favour. I'm not really keen on either side at that line, but I do like the unders here.
The total is currently at 164.5, a mark which these two teams have not cleared in their last four meetings. That mark has been passed in just 6/12 games involving these two teams this season and both are coming off low scoring affairs in Round 6. It's also expected to be pretty windy in Adelaide on Saturday, so that should lower scoring even further.
$1.90 (1.5 Units)
Taylor Walker has had his kicking boots on in his three games since returning to the Adelaide line-up. He has already kicked 12 goals with bags of 5, 4 and 3 so far and is good value to be the leading goalkicker on the ground again on Saturday.
Taylor Walker Most Goals ($2.95 at Ladbrokes)
Ben Keays has proven to be one of the standout accumulators in the AFL so far this season. He has had at least 30 touches in 4/6 games this season and also in his last four straight day games at Adelaide Oval.
Ben Keays 30+ Disposals ($2.00 at Ladbrokes)