Which team will win the 2016-17 AFL season?
The 2016-2017 season has just started and the question is which team will finish with more points in the standings.
We have an in-depth look at each team.
The Blues have a solid defence, with James Frawley, David Mundy and Josh Caddy all named in the Club’s premiership side.
They are the reigning best team in the competition, with a premiership-winning coach in Mark Thompson and an exciting young midfielder, Luke Schofield.
Melbourne is a tough team to judge, with some of the most experienced players on the roster including David Mundyn and David Astbury, and a few of the youngest players on a great squad.
The Hawks have the most talented forward line, with Mitch McGovern and Liam Shiels in the mix, with the likes of Sam Mitchell and Tom Boyd also in the fold.
The Swans have an impressive defence and have a very talented midfield, but the midfield has not been great for a long time.
If there is one team that has had a good season, it’s likely to be the Demons.
They have a promising young midfield, with Sam Mitchell, Tom Lynch and Sam Jacobs.
The Dogs are also a good team to look at, having won three premierships and the Club has an impressive forward line with Josh Caddick, Luke Shuey and Sam Skinner.
West Coast are also looking good this year, with Nathan Jones and Tom Rockliff in the side.
There is some great depth across the team with Jack Watts, Jack Martin and Jack Martin Jr. all named.
The Cats are a young team with lots of potential and the forward line is very strong with Mitch Goldsack, Jack Steele and Sam Powell.
The Lions are a strong team with some really good players including Jack Riewoldt, Tom Mitchell, James Farrand and Tom Lynch.
The Bulldogs are a great team with Josh Kennedy, Zac Dawson, Jack Viney, Jarryd Roughead and David Mundys.
The Suns are a team that is rebuilding and will be looking to build on the success they had last season.
The Giants have a great young forward line and have one of the best midfields in the AFL.
They also have some of our best players, including Josh Jenkins, Sam Mitchell (at the Bulldogs) and Aaron Sandilands.
The Saints have a young forward-line and the midfield is very solid with Tom Lynch, Jack Rennie and Josh Gibson.
The Roos have a strong forward line that is led by Tom Boyd and Josh Jenkins.
The Tigers have a number of young midfielders including Will Langford, Jack Drummond and Jack Vine.
The Eagles have a good forward line but will need to add some strength to that in order to compete.
The Demons are another strong team and are probably the most exciting team in football this year.
It’s clear that the Dogs and Swans are the best teams in the game right now, and the Lions and Giants have shown that they can win this competition.
Who will win it all?
The 2016 premiership season has kicked off and the AFL’s best team is set to be crowned the 2016 champion.
There are a lot of big changes at the top of the ladder this year and it will be a battle for the premiership.
With a number, like the Dogs, having players named in all the Clubs premiership team, we are going to have to see who has the most talent at the club and who is the best of the bunch.
With all of the teams vying for the same title, it will certainly be interesting to see which team wins it all.
The top six clubs are all competing for the 2016 title and the teams that have the best chance of winning it all are the following.1.
Carlton Carlton is the most likely to win it in 2017.
The Bombers are a powerful, exciting and experienced side that has plenty of talent on the list.
They boast an experienced coaching staff and have an outstanding young midfield that has won the Brownlow Medal and has been named in some of Club’s best players.
They play their finals series in round 19 against the Giants.
They lost their premiership match to the Giants, but have been a dominant side for most of the season.
Carlton is another team that could be a threat to win the premiership this season.2.
Western Bulldogs Western Bulldogs is the reigning premiership champion and one of two teams with a strong young forward pack, including Jake Stringer, Sam Powell and Luke Hodge.
They had a strong season last year and are very good in defence with Josh Jenkins and Josh Walker, as well as Jack Silvagni.
The midfield is strong with Mitchell, Schofeyer, Hodge and Cameron Guthrie.
The forwards have a lot to work on this season and will have to add to their strength in order for them to be as dominant as they were last season when they won the 2016 premiers