AFL AFL 2019 Premiership Betting

AFL 2019 Premiership Betting – Betting Predictions, Odds and Tips

by Ken Edwards, 01 October 2018

AFL 2019 Premiership Betting

With the 2018 AFL Grand Final come and gone, and the West Coast Eagles crowned shock AFL Premiers, bookmakers and AFL aficionados are now asking if they can produce another title for their loyal fans – “the Weagles Army” in 2019.

With West Coast midfield ball-magnet Luke Shuey in career-best-form and surrounded by a mix of veterans and talented youngsters, only a brave man would bet against the Eagles in 2019.


Here’s our AFL predictions for 2019:

Best Bet – 2019 AFL Premiership – Richmond Tigers$4.33

Best Value Bet – 2019 AFL Premiership

Melbourne Demons $7.00 or Port Adelaide Power – $21.00

Best Rank outsiders – 2019 AFL Premiership – North Melbourne Kangaroos – $34.00

Team most likely to backwards in 2019 – Hawthorn Hawks

2019 AFL Premiership Odds

Richmond Tigers
Collingwood Magpies
GWS Giants
Melbourne Demons
West Coast Eagles
Essendon Bombers
Adelaide Crows
Hawthorn Hawks
Geelong Cats
Sydney Swans
Port Adelaide Power
North Melbourne Kangaroos
Western Bulldogs
Brisbane Lions
Fremantle Dockers
St Kilda Saints
Carlton Blues
Gold Coast Suns

Best of the Bottom 10 Teams from 2018

Two quality-teams stand out from the pack as sides that underperformed in 2018 and you can expect to do better in 2019


North Melbourne Kangaroos

2019 Premiership Odds $34.00

No-one expected North Melbourne to finish as high as they did (9th) in 2018. Wins over 2018 finalists Hawthorn, Sydney and GWS are evidence of their qualities. Big Ben Brown is a serious target up-front and if he can keep booting goals, the Kangas are a great chance of September action in 2019.


Port Adelaide Power

2019 AFL Premiership Odds $21.00

If the underperforming Power don’t make finals in 2019, heads will roll.

About the Author

is a passionate Betting Top 10 International Sports & Betting News Columnist. Australian by birth, and international by nature, he brings a wealth of many years of discerning international sports and betting industry analysis. As a true fan and Sports Statistic Nerd, Ken devotedly supports his beloved Queensland Maroons, West Ham United, New York Yankees, Miami Dolphins and Richmond Tigers when he's not busy writing about them.

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