Coleman Medal winner Jeremy Cameron is the marquee man in Greater Western Sydney's forward line, but his support cast will be just as important in Saturday's elimination final against the Western Bulldogs.

Cameron's career-best haul of 67 goals for the season made him the GIANTS' most important player forward of centre, along with the always creative and dangerous Toby Greene.

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However, the emergence of Jeremy Finlayson (37 goals), Harry Himmelberg (35), Brent Daniels (nine) this year has helped make the GIANTS attack more dangerous than ever.

Himmelberg has not only hit the scoreboard himself, he's the No.1 ranked player in the competition for goals assists with 26, and Finlayson and Daniels (both 22) are equal third behind Geelong star Tom Hawkins (24).

The selflessness of their unheralded goalkickers has placed the GIANTS third in the League for goals and goal assists in 2019, and Himmelberg told that it's pleasing to be recognised for their team-first attitude.

"We take a lot of pride in it but it's not something we focus on when we're running around out there," he said.

"Internally we value it and when we sat down as a forward group at the start of the year and talked about things, we wanted to be known for selflessness and playing for each other. 

"We don't really speak about it too much in our line meetings, apart from before the Gold Coast game when 'Jezz' (Cameron) was getting into us to feed him the ball so he could win the Coleman.

"As long as our team is kicking goals, we're happy."

While Himmelberg's quality was on show last season when he kicked 29 goals, the input of former defender Finlayson, and the nippy Daniels has given the GIANTS two different options inside 50.

Tall and athletic with a booming left boot, Finlayson has looked unstoppable on the lead and in the air at times this year.

Daniels on the other hand, has serious leg speed and an ability to cover plenty of territory. And while he only stands at 170cm tall, Himmelberg said his marking was underrated.

"For someone of his size, he's got unbelievable marking capabilities. He takes some really great marks on taller opposition, which is what you want from your small," he said.

"Then if it does hit the deck, he comes to life and gets after the opposition and loves to tackle."

After playing seven games late in his debut season, Daniels was dropped on the eve of the finals, but he's responded brilliantly in 2019 and hasn't missed a match.

The 20-year-old said although he'd love to have more goals to his record, the amount he had provided had given him great confidence heading into his maiden finals campaign.

"Kicking a goal is always good but I love dishing them off just as much, it's something I've always done," he said.

Cameron, Finlayson, Himmelberg and Greene all missed games late this season, while Greene also played more midfield time recently because of injuries to key players like Josh Kelly, Stephen Coniglio, Jacob Hopper and Matt de Boer.

However, they'll will all be there against the Dogs, and Daniels told that the GIANTS' settled forward line had been the key to their success in 2019.

"It'll be good to get the gang back together against the Doggies because we work really well together," he said.

"We've got smalls for pressure and ground support, and our three talls can do some special things as well, so I think the mix is really good.

"It's good to have that flexibility, especially against the Doggies. We know they're a really good team who like to play a zone defence, so we think we can really test them out.

"Knowing you've got the support of your teammates is important going into a finals series when you know the momentum of games is going to swing at times."