MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 19: Jaeger O'Meara of the Hawthorn Hawks runs with the ball during the round 22 AFL match between the Carlton Blues and the Hawthorn Hawks at Etihad Stadium on August 19, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)

Wallace predicts the season ahead for the Giants, Hawks and Kangaroos

Former Bulldogs and Richmond coach Terry Wallace jumped on SEN on Thursday and shared his thoughts on how GWS, Hawthorn and North Melbourne will go this season.

In his calculations, Wallace factors in games he believes that team will definitely win or lose, along with the 50-50 affairs.

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Greater Western Sydney

“I have them on 10 outright wins, five losses and seven 50/50 games. Once I balanced it all out, I had them on 13, which is down on where they’ve been over the last couple of seasons. Have they missed their opportunity?”


“This is the side that is confusing. I had Hawthorn on eight outright wins, only four outright losses and 10 50/50 games. When I balanced those off, it was 13 wins as well. We will have a knowledge of Hawthorn early in the season.

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“If I had to pick between a 13-win GWS and a 13-win Hawthorn, I’d have to go GWS because I had them at 10 outright wins against eight for the Hawks.

North Melbourne

“I had them on three guaranteed wins, 14 guaranteed losses and five 50/50’s. So I gave them six wins overall.”