AFL AFL Premiership Exacta 2019

AFL Premiership Exacta Betting – Expert Predictions & Odds


AFL Premiership Exacta 2019
(AFL odds at 04 February 2019, subject-to-change).

2019 AFL Premiership Exacta (1st/2nd) Betting Odds




Richmond/West Coast

West Coast/Richmond




Collingwood/West Coast


Melbourne/West Coast




West Coast/Collingwood

West Coast/Melbourne





All other results

Think you know who will placed 1st and 2nd in the 2019 AFL Season?

Neds, one of the best betting sites in the country, has a unique way for AFL punters to put their prediction skills to use and win a bundle of money in the process.

Rather than picking which teams will make it to the AFL Finals and/or win the AFL Grand Final, if you can pick the two grand final teams in correct winning order, there are fantastic odds on offer at this early part of the year.

Check out some of the great odds on-offer;

  • Richmond to repeat their 2017 Grand Final win over Adelaide – $41.00
  • Collingwood to repeat their 2018 AFL Preliminary Final over the Tigers in the 2019 Grand Final – $31.00
  • The Tigers to reverse that result over the Magpies in the 2019 Grand Final –  $26.00
  • Collingwood to gain revenge over West Coast for their last-minute loss in the 2018 AFL Grand Final – $41.00
  • Why not take a dollar bet on the Western Bulldogs at $501.00 to repeat their 2016 Grand Final win over Sydney?

Best 2019 AFL Premiership Exacta Betting Prediction

Collingwood and Richmond are the overwhelming favourites to make the Grand Final in 2019.

If you believe that the Tigers and the Magpies can both get through to the Grand Final, but you don’t want to get down to choosing between the two teams, you can receive AFL Grand Final Quinella odds of $17 with Betstar.

Both teams are hurting after the 2018 season, however, with the recruitment of Tom Lynch to give them more power up forward, our best exacta bet for the 2019 AFL season is the Tigers at $26.00 to defeat the Magpies.

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