AFL AFL 2018 Round 16 Preview

AFL 2018 – Round 16 Preview – Odds, Predictions & Tips

AFL 2018 Round 16 Preview

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Sydney Swans ($1.51) vs Geelong Cats ($2.55)

SCG – 05/07/2018

Tip –In a close match which could go a long way to determining final Top 8 positions for September, we like the Swans at the confined spaces of their home SCG ground to get the better of the Cats.

Richmond Tigers ($1.23) vs Adelaide Crows ($4.20)

MCG – 06/07/2018

Tip – Whilst the Crows are a better side than the bookies suggest, we like the Tigers to show that last year’s win was no fluke in the 2017 Grand Final Replay at the MCG.

Brisbane Lions ($1.51) vs Carlton Blues ($2.55)

The Gabba, Brisbane – 07/07/2018


Tip – The battle for the wooden spoon will take a big turn toward being decided at the Gabba this Saturday. We like the Lions to win well and hand the Blues the wooden spoon on a platter.

Port Adelaide Power ($1.08) vs St Kilda Saints ($8.00)

Adelaide Oval – 07/07/2018

Tip – Port Adelaide to pulverise the Saints in front of the Adelaide Oval faithful.

Western Bulldogs ($1.28) vs Hawthorn Hawks ($1.36)

Etihad Stadium, Melbourne – 07/07/2018

Tip – In two words – The Hawks.

Melbourne Demons ($1.28) vs Fremantle Dockers ($3.70)

TIO Stadium, Darwin – 07/07/2018

Tip – This match could end up being a lot closer than suggested by the bookies, however, we still like the Demons to come away with the win in Darwin.

North Melbourne Kangaroos ($1.10) vs Gold Coast Suns ($1.18)

Etihad Stadium, Melbourne – 08/07/2018

Tip – Sorry Suns. The Kangaroos to win by plenty.

Essendon Bombers ($2.50) vs Collingwood Magpies ($1.53)

MCG – 08/07/2018

Tip – Despite what the bookies say, this one is your call. It is too close. These two sides always bring out the best in each other to produce cracking close contests and this should turn out no different.

West Coast Eagles ($1.51) vs GWS Giants ($2.55)

Optus Stadium, Perth – 08/07/2018

Tip – The Eagles at home to defy the Giants bid to keep their season alive without the suspended Jeremy Cameron.

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