AFL AFL 2018 Finals Week 2 Betting Predictions Odds

AFL 2018 – Finals Week 2 Betting Predictions – Odds & Tips

AFL Odds by Betstar

 

First AFL 2018 Semi Final

MCG – Melbourne – 14 September 2018 – 750 pm AEST

Hawthorn Hawks ($2.75) vs Melbourne Demons ($1.47)

Broadcast Guide

TV; 7 Network & Fox Sports

Radio; Triple M, 3AW, SEN, ABC, ABC Grandstand

Head-to-Head Record since 1990

Played 65 : Hawthorn 48 wins, Melbourne 17 wins

TipWe like the Demons to ride the momentum and knock the Hawks out of the Finals Series. The Demons crowd and younger, fitter legs should assist them in nailing down a Preliminary Final place.

 

Second AFL 2018 Semi Final

MCG – Melbourne – 15 September 2018 – 725 pm AEST

Collingwood Magpies ($1.60) vs Greater Western Sydney Giants ($2.40)

Broadcast Guide

TV; 7 Network & Fox Sports

Radio; Triple M, 3AW, SEN, ABC, ABC Grandstand

Head-to-Head Record since 1990

Played 7 : Collingwood 5 wins, Giants 2 wins

TipDespite the massive crowd support at the MCG for the Pies, we like the Giants’ to walk away with the upset. Momentum counts a lot at this time of year and the Magpies will be mentally deflated, travelling back from Perth after losing a final against the Eagles that they should have won.

 

BETSTAR’s 2018 AFL GRAND FINAL ODDS

(Updated 09 September 2018)

(To win, or to make it to the AFL Grand Final)

AFL 2018 – Finals Week 2 Betting Predictions Odds 2

 

Team AFL Grand Final Winner AFL Grand Finalist
Richmond Tigers
Collingwood Magpies
West Coast Eagles
Hawthorn Hawks
Melbourne Demons
Great Western Sydney Giants

 

Everything points towards the Tigers to repeat their 2017 AFL Premiership.

 

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Best Value Bet to make the Grand Final

The Melbourne Demons at $2.75 are great value to make through to the Grand Final.

 

Following the Cinderella runs of the Bulldogs and the Tigers to win their epoch-breaking Grand Finals in 2016 and 2017 respectively, there are uncanny resemblances and a feeling to the Demons Finals Campaign this year to those previous ‘rags-to-riches’ final’s runs.


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