Round two of the AFL season will see Gold Coast host West Coast in Metricon Stadium on Saturday June 13, 2020. West Coast are favourites for the game which is scheduled to start at 7:40 pm. We preview the sport and provide you our hints and information regarding how you can watch the Gold Coast vs. West Coast sport reside. As Round 2 of the AFL season approaches we take a peek at the match between Gold Coast Suns and West Coast Eagles which is to be played at Metricon Stadium on Saturday. West Coast Eagles are the favorites for the game which is scheduled to begin at 7:40 pm. We preview the forthcoming Gold Coast Suns vs. West Coast Eagles game and supply you with the latest odds, tips and teams.
Gold Coast Suns vs West Coast Eagles Preview
The next game on Saturday nights AFL seems the most one sided game of this weekend with the Eagles taking on the Suns.
West Coast will be out to resume the season with a huge win and they Should have sufficient fire power to do that even if they had issues with training and travel as a result of constraints.
This won’t be a game We’ll be seeing but you can feel pretty Confident in utilizing the Eagles as a bit of a odds increase for multi bets.
When is Gold Coast Suns vs West Coast Eagles taking place?
Where’s Gold Coast Suns vs West Coast Eagles happening? Metricon Stadium, Carrara
What tv channel is Gold Coast Suns vs West Coast Eagles on? In the UK, five matches each week will be televised on BT Sport and you can see their program here. For the TV station in Australia, see this link
Where do I stream Gold Coast Suns vs West Coast Eagles? If The match is televised in the UK, then BT Sport subscribers will be able to stream it live through BT Sport Player. Furthermore, people who have a Watch AFL subscription could stream any 2020 AFL game live (outside of Australia). Those in Australia can stream any match live through AFL Live Pass
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GOLD COAST SUNS
Gold Coast Suns were hoping to get a powerful start to 2020 from the hope of banishing their terrible showing in the preceding season but it wasn’t to be as they had been beaten by Port Adelaide in a one-sided competition.
The Suns’ loss was their 19th in a row and it’s now more than a year since they won a match with plenty of work to do when they are to end their miserable losing streak having a tough competition against West Coast Eagles lying in wait.
Following an underwhelming showing, the Suns have made five changes to the side which were defeated because opening game with Alex Sexton, Charlie Ballard, Jarrod Harbrow, Pearce Hanley and Will Powell all attracted into the side.
WEST COAST EAGLES
West Coast Eagles endured a disappointing ending to their 2019 effort as their tilt in the Grand Final was ended with a loss to Geelong in the finals but they wasted no time in placing that defeat in 2020.
The Eagles were too great for Melbourne in their opening game and will look to build that in their next competition and having played well on the road last year, confidence will be high against the struggling Gold Coast Suns.
The Eagles didn’t suffer any injury strife during the enforced break in play and also have termed a virtually identical facet to the one that defeat the Demons with Oscar Allen the sole addition to this line-up in place of Tom Hickey.
Gold Coast Suns have now gone over a year without winning a game in The AFL and face another challenging task as they host West Coast Eagles. The Suns are about a 19-match losing streak and matters could be going to get Worse for them with the Eagles coming filled with confidence. The away Side have hardly any injury issues and ought to have far too much to the Hosts with the Eagles likely to win by a minimum of 30 points