AFL AFL Grand Final Winner 2018 Odds

AFL – Grand Final Winner 2018 – Odds, Predictions & Tips

AFL Grand Final Winner 2018 Odds

Betstar’s 2018 AFL GRAND FINAL ODDS

 

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

 

Teams take a 1-week-break ahead of finals footy. Let’s analyse the Top 8 and who has the best chances to win, or make it to the 2018 AFL Grand Final on September 29.

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

 

Richmond TigersA great bet to make it to the Grand Final at $1.50. The Tigers are proving to be unbeatable at the MCG, the spiritual heartland of AFL Finals Footy. Deserved favourites to win the Grand Final at $2.25.

 

Collingwood Magpies – We’re still unconvinced of the Magpies quality to win the hard games in September. For diehard-fans-only ay $7.00 to win the AFL Flag.

 

West Coast Eagles – If the Grand Final was in Perth, they’d be favourites. Best Grand Final bet – the Eagles to reach the Grand Final at $3.20.

 

Hawthorn Hawks – Many punters don’t believe the Hawks have the quality to win the AFL Premiership. Very good value as outsiders to win the AFL flag at $12.00.

 

Sydney Swans – May not win the Premiership but good value to make it to the “Big Dance” at $4.50.

 

Melbourne Demons – Can’t be discounted as they are ‘MCG Specialists’ like Richmond. Given that fact, amazing value at $4.75 to make it to the Grand Final.

 

Geelong Cats – Will have to do it the hard way. Fortunately, they have many star players with Grand Final Experience. Rank outsiders at $14.00 to win the AFL Grand Final.

 

Greater Western Sydney Giants – GWS have proven in past seasons they have the quality to succeed in September football. Not the worst bet available for the Giants to go one step further than previous Preliminary Final appearances, to make the Grand Final at $5.50.


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