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2015 AFL Grand Final Winner Betting Tips

by Aussie Punter September 29, 2015 AFL
Best 2015 AFL Grand Final Premiership Winner Betting Tips & Odds - West Coast Eagles V Hawthorn Hawks

The 2015 AFL Grand Final proves to be one of the most exciting in recent history. Both the Eagles and the Hawks are known for their attractive, high scoring style of football which makes for very entertaining games to watch for both die-hard fans and casual footy supporters alike.

The Hawks will go into the match as favourites, however the Eagles will be full of confidence after beating them a few weeks ago and earning a weeks rest for their effort. In any case, the 2015 AFL Grand Final looks set to be one of the best in recent history and every fan of Australian Rules Football will be watching from all around the world to find out if Hawthorn can with their third straight Premiership Cup or if the Eagles can upset the reigning back-to-back premiers to claim the club’s 4th premiership cup.

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2015 Coleman Medal Winner Betting Odds

by Aussie Punter March 8, 2015 AFL
Best 2015 AFL Coleman Medal Winner Betting Odds

This year the Coleman Medal, awarded to the Australian Football League’s leading goalscorer at the end of the Premiership season, represents the most value for punters as there are quite a few genuine chances to kick the most goals in 2015.

As well as free tips on how to pick the leading goalscorer for the Premiership season, I briefly talk about the top 3 favourites to win this years Coleman Medal and mention a smokey who represents great value and who has a genuine chance to kick the most goals this year.

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2015 AFL Brownlow Medal Betting Odds

by Aussie Punter February 25, 2015 AFL
2015 AFL Brownlow Medal Betting Odds, Favourites & Free Tips

The 2015 AFL Premership season is just around the corner, now is the perfect time to get a look at the players you’re considering having a punt on to win this years Brownlow Medal.

As usual, I’ve compared the odds for the favourites to win the 2015 Brownlow Medal and I’ll keep these odds the same for the rest of the season, it can often be very interesting looking back at the odds that were available for certain players before the season proper begins. If not for anything other than disappointment that we didn’t think to bet on certain players earlier in the year when their odds were so good.

As well as listing the best odds from the top Aussie bookmakers, I list my top 3 Up and Coming Brownlow Medal chances, as well as briefly touch on players from a few clubs which in any other year would certainly be in with a good chance of winning this years Charlie, however certain circumstances may make it too hard for them to win in 2015.

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Best 2014 AFL Grand Final Betting Odds

by Aussie Punter September 26, 2014 AFL
2014 AFL Grand Final Betting Odds

It’s that time of the year, the last Saturday in September. Every team in the competition wants to be playing in this game but only 2 teams can make it. This year it’s the Sydney Swans versus the Hawthorn Hawks, they played against each other in the 2012 grand final in which Sydney took home […]

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Best 2014 AFL Brownlow Medal Odds & Tips

by Aussie Punter September 10, 2014 AFL
2014 Brownlow Medal Odds & Tips

In January I predicted that Ablett would win the Brownlow if he didn’t get injured or suspended. Well, unfortunately he was struck down with a season ending injury in round 16 and not many would be brave enough to predict that he wasn’t far in front of the pack at that stage of the year. Since then, last years runners up, Joel Selwood has rocketed into favouritism, will he get a chance to wear the Charlie around his neck this year?

I’ve listed my top 3 tips and spoken briefly about a smokie to finish in the top 5, maybe even higher. Of course I’ve also provided you with the best odds available on the internet from Australia’s top online bookmakers. We’ll find out who will with the AFL’s Best and Fairest award on Monday the 22nd September, 2014. I’ve noticed that the media can make the odds fluctuate wildly, even after the regular season has finished. So if you want to secure some good fixed odds, now is the time to do it.

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2014 Coleman Medal Winner Betting Odds

by Aussie Punter April 14, 2014 AFL
2014 AFL Coleman Medal Winner Betting Odds

My analysis of the leading AFL goal scorers and tips for betting on the winner of the Coleman Medal including the best odds as of Round 4, 2014.

There is a couple of surprises at the top of the leading goalscorer ladder, with Jay Shulz continuing to impress over at Port Adelaide and young star in the making, Jeremy Cameron for GWS sitting equal fourth in current goals kicked, along with Tom Hawkins, Justin Westhoff and Jack Gunston. I think each of these players could potentially win the award this year, it appears to be a very open market at this stage of the year as most teams are now trying their hardest to spread their goals around instead of relying on one key focus, making it easy for the opposition to set up and double or even triple team that key forward.

The openness of the betting market is great for us punters, as we get better odds on all players since they all have a very strong chance of winning, especially at this early stage of 2014. Jarryd Roughead is equal second in goals kicked this year along with Nick Riewoldt and Luke Breust, he’s kicked 12 goals and is deservedly the current favourite with odds of $6. At this price he’s still worth putting a bet on if you think he can keep it up. I also don’t think that Jay Shulz will be paying $17 for much longer, if you think he can continue kicking goals and if Port Adelaide is going to be a top team this year, now is the time to bet on him.

Keep reading for my 2014 Coleman Medal winner tips and analysis as of round 4, 2014.

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2014 AFL Brownlow Medal Betting Odds

by Aussie Punter January 26, 2014 AFL
2014 AFL Brownlow Medal Preseason Betting Odds

My tips for the 2014 AFL Brownlow Medal, can Gary Ablett claim his third Charlie and go back-to-back? Get the best odds from Aussies top online bookies right here.

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2013 AFL Grand Final Betting Odds

by Aussie Punter September 26, 2013 AFL
2013 AFL Grand Final Betting Odds - Hawthorn vs Fremantle

Hawthorn take on Fremantle this weekend. It will be Freo’s first grand final appearance, coached by Ross Lyon they look to be a formiddable opponent for the Hawks who just squeezed a victory against their rivals Geelong. This was the first time that Hawthorn managed to beat Geelong since the Grand Final in 2008, when […]

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2013 AFL Brownlow Medal Betting Odds

by Aussie Punter September 23, 2013 AFL
2013 AFL Brownlow Medal Betting Odds

Tips For the 2013 AFL Brownlow Medal Winner Most Australian Rules Football punters are agree that Gary Ablett Jnr. looks set to claim his second Brownlow Medal while playing for his second club, the Gold Coast Suns. In their third season, Gold Coast finished 14th on the ladder with 8 wins showing a lot of […]

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Round 5 AFL Betting Odds

by Aussie Punter April 24, 2013 AFL
Round 5 AFL Betting Odds and Tips

Round 5 AFL Betting Odds Tips for the Anzac Day Match, Collingwood V Essendon The stage is set for another great game of AFL Football on Anzac Day at the MCG on Thursday afternoon. Both teams are playing good, attacking football and all signs point to what should be a close, tough and entertaining match. […]

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2013 NAB Cup Betting Odds

by Aussie Punter February 15, 2013 AFL
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I’m glad to say that footy is (nearly) back, after having a look at this years NAB Cup draw, my guesses pretty much reflect the odds listed below. The NAB Cup is hard to predict this early on as the teams will be experimenting with youth, learning new structures, testing game plans and just getting […]

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2012 AFL Brownlow Medal Betting Odds

by Aussie Punter March 27, 2012 AFL
2012 AFL Brownlow Medal Betting Odds

The 2012 AFL Premiership Season is here, the NAB Cup has been and gone and the home and away season started last week with the always around the mark Sydney Swans easily taking care of the newest team in the competition, the Greater Western Sydney Giants. In my opinion, last weeks footy match was just […]

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