AFL AFL 2018 – Round 15 Preview

AFL 2018 – Round 15 Preview – Odds, Predictions & Tips

AFL 2018 – Round 15 Preview

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Richmond Tigers ($1.62) vs Sydney Swans ($2.30)

Etihad Stadium, Melbourne – 28/06/2018

Tip –The Tigers put their multi-match Melbourne winning-streak on the line against what many consider to be their biggest challengers for the title. Too close to call, despite what the bookies say.

Western Bulldogs ($4.50) vs Geelong Cats ($1.21)

Etihad Stadium, Melbourne – 29/06/2018

Tip – The Cats are well-rested and should be far too strong for the injury-ravaged Bulldogs at Etihad Stadium.

Carlton Blues ($5.75) vs Port Adelaide Power ($1.14)

MCG – 30/06/2018

Tip – Port Adelaide are expected to win easily against the Blues as they familiarise themselves with the MCG for finals action in September.

Adelaide Crows ($1.85) vs West Coast Eagles ($1.93)

Adelaide Oval – 30/06/2018

Tip – The much-maligned Eagles put their Premiership credentials on the line against the Crows at the parochial Adelaide Oval. Win this one and the Eagles will firm with the bookies as a genuine Premiership threat.

Gold Coast Suns ($5.50) vs Collingwood Magpies ($1.14)

Metricon Stadium, Gold Coast – 30/06/2018

Tip – The Magpies are priced to smash the Suns on the Gold Coast. They should do it easily.

GWS Giants ($1.85) vs Hawthorn Hawks ($1.95)

Tip – GWS and the Hawks are both in the race for Top 8. It’s too close to call. We like the Hawks but a GWS win would not surprise.

Melbourne Demons ($4.85) vs St Kilda Saints ($1.18)

MCG – 01/07/2018

Tip – Expect the Demons to prove that the Saints last start miracle win was an aberration. The Demons to win by plenty.

Essendon Bombers ($2.10) vs North Melbourne Kangaroos ($8.50)

Etihad Stadium, Melbourne – 01/07/2018

Tip – The Bombers are priced to surprise in keeping up with the Kangaroos this week, however, we like the Kangas good form to continue with a win.

Fremantle Dockers ($1.30) vs Brisbane Lions ($3.50)

Optus Stadium, Perth – 01/07/2018

Tip – The Dockers should open to slip away from the Lions in the second half. The Lions need to address their tendency to not run out big games.

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