AFL AFL 2018 Round 19 Preview Odds

AFL 2018 – Round 19 Preview – Odds, Predictions & Tips

AFL 2018 Round 19 Preview Odds

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Essendon Bombers ($1.85) vs Sydney Swans ($1.95)

Etihad Stadium – Melbourne – 27/07/2018

Tip –This match has the making of a Friday night classic with the Bombers desperate to challenge for a Top 8 spot and the Swans looking to find form in Melbourne ahead of September finals footy. Swans.

Richmond Tigers ($1.42) vs Collingwood Magpies ($2.85)

MCG – 28/07/2018

Tip – Get prepared for an MCG classic as the Tigers look to make a statement of intent to the Magpies ahead of the finals in an MCG battle royal. The Tigers ‘own’ the MCG lately and we’ll go with them to win in a tight affair.

 

Geelong Cats ($1.16) vs Brisbane Lions ($5.25)

Kardinia Park – Geelong – 28/07/2018

Tip – The upset kings, the Brisbane Lions, can’t win in Geelong too can they? They may push the Cats, however the Cats to prevail.

 

Greater Western Sydney Giants ($1.13) vs St Kilda Saints ($6.00)

Spotless Stadium – Sydney – 28/07/2018

Tip – The Giants have too much on the line to let the Saints off the hook in Sydney. Giants to win.

 

Gold Coast Suns ($1.45) vs Carlton Blues ($2.75)

Metricon Stadium – Gold Coast – 28/07/2018

Tip – Could be a close one but we’ll go with the home Suns team to close out a tight win here.

 

Adelaide Crows ($1.73) vs Melbourne Demons ($2.10)

Adelaide Oval – 28/07/2018

Tip – The Crows to take the home win over the Dees, but only just.

 

Western Bulldogs ($2.95) vs Port Adelaide Power ($1.40)

Mars Stadium – Ballarat – 29/07/2018

Tip – The Power will be too good for the Bulldogs.

 

North Melbourne Kangaroos ($2.05) vs West Coast Eagles ($1.77)

Blundstone Arena – Hobart – 29/07/2018

Tip – Classic match-up in Hobart. For that Hobart factor alone, we’ll tip the Kangas to have the best over the home-sick Eagles.

 

Fremantle Dockers ($2.60) vs Hawthorn Hawks ($1.90)

Optus Stadium – Perth – 29/07/2018

Tip – I believe that the Hawks are gone for the year. The Dockers to expose Hawthorn’s frailties in Perth.

 


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