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The GWS Giants are embarking on a new era under coach Mark McVeigh as they take from the West Coast Eagles to open Sunday’s AFL card.

The Giants (2-7, 78.8%) initially made seven changes from last week’s team that moved to Carlton in the last game of former boss Leon Cameron in a bold statement on McVeigh’s election.

GWS was then forced to make three more changes on Saturday when Braden Price, Lachie Ash (both ill) and Tim Taranto (back) came out on the sidelines.

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The Eagles (1-8, 49.9%) break away from another defeat by the Demons to continue their gloomy season, but here get a realistic chance of winning as Andrew Gaff and Luke Shui return after injuries.

There were no late changes for either side, as Jake Stein (GWS) and Brady Huff (West Coast) named the medical submarines.


Toby Green got off to a great start with the Giants, scoring two goals in the first few minutes to look ominously early.

“I like it when he’s in that mood … Harry Edwards will learn a great lesson that wherever Green goes, you have to be there for him,” said David Fox’s great David King of Fox Footy.

Tom Green followed suit with the next goal to make three majors in four minutes for the Giants to put the Eagles under tremendous early pressure.

It happened when GWS smashed the Eagles in the center of the rebound as the visitors couldn’t get their feet in their hands.

“Alarm bells are ringing in the West Coast Eagles lodge, and in the minds of their defenders at the moment they are under siege,” said Lions legend Alastair Lynch.

But the Eagles suddenly came to life with the next three goals, including consecutive major balls from Jamie Cripps, before Matt De Boer responded at the other end early in the game with a high score.

“It’s a holiday of heads,” exclaimed Fox Footy commentator Dwayne Russell.

This match will start at 14:10 Eastern Time at the Giants Stadium.

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