How to watch GWS Giants vs Carlton Blues AFL live and match preview
Can the Blues continue their solid start to the season?
SUMMARY: GWS Giants vs Carlton Blues is live Channel 7 in NSW and the ACT only. For all of the country though it's on Fox Footy, meaning you can watch on Foxtel Now, Kayo or Foxtel iQ. Watch for free using Foxtel Now's 10-day trial.
Round 3 throws up a GWS Giants vs Carlton Blues clash.
The Blues managed to topple defending premiers Geelong last week, while the Giants lost on the road to the West Coast Eagles.
When is GWS Giants vs Carlton Blues?
GWS Giants vs Carlton Blues kicks off on Saturday 1 April at Giants Stadium, with the first bounce at 4.35pm AEDT.
How to watch GWS Giants vs Carlton Blues live
You will only be able to watch GWS vs Carlton live on free-to-air TV in NSW and ACT through 7mate.
Outside of the 2 states, you can catch the game on Fox Footy via Foxtel Now, Foxtel iQ and Kayo.
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Live stream GWS vs Carlton on Foxtel Now
First time Foxtel Now users can sign up to a 10-day free trial and watch GWS vs Carlton at no cost.
After your free trial is over, you'll need to pay $54 a month to have access to every game of the regular AFL Premiership season live.
Live stream GWS vs Carlton on Kayo
You can also watch the AFL season before the Grand Final live and ad-free via Kayo.
New customers can access Kayo's 7-day free trial to watch this game at no cost.
After the free trial is over, subscriptions to Kayo start from $25 for a single stream, where you can watch over 50 sports.
Kayo also comes with special features geared towards watching sport such as SplitView. This lets you watch 4 sports at once on the same screen.
Check out our comparison of Kayo vs Foxtel to see what's right for you.
GWS Giants vs Carlton Blues match preview
Carlton have had a couple of hard-fought matches already this season.
They drew in the first round when Richmond snatched a goal in the last 17 seconds of the game to tie things up, and also managed to hold out Geelong last week.
Although it's still early days, Carlton's already showing form that might take them to the finals.
The Giants weren't able to come back from an 8-goal second quarter against them, giving West Coast only their third win since July 2021.
And now the Giants will face an even steeper task if they lapse against Carlton, who are currently a stronger side than the Eagles.
Even though the Blues have only ever won once at Giants stadium, we reckon they have enough to take home the points here.Image: Kayo
Head here for a breakdown of the full AFL season draw.