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West Coast Eagles AFL Betting

November 25th, 2015 by admin

West Coast Eagles Football Club

The West Coast Eagles are one of two AFL clubs based in Perth, Western Australia. The Eagles, who play in navy blue, white and gold, currently train and play their home games at Subiaco Oval. A move to the new 60,000 seated Perth Stadium is Read the rest of this entry »

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Essendon Bombers AFL betting

November 24th, 2015 by admin

Essendon Bombers Football Club

The Essendon Football Club’s history dates back to 1872 when it was formed by the McCracken family, a well-known brewery family. Its traditional home of 90 years was based at Windy Hill, Essendon – home games were played there until 1991 and training/administration facilities until 2013, when Read the rest of this entry »

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North Melbourne Kangaroos latest AFL betting odds guide

November 17th, 2015 by TJ Dilfer

North Melbourne FC odds

The North Melbourne Football Club is the fourth oldest club in the Australian Football League. The club was founded in 1869 and entered the VFL in 1925. Originally nicknamed the “Shinboners”; a term which dates back to the 19th-century and local abattoir-workers, they became known Read the rest of this entry »

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Sydney Swans latest AFL betting odds guide

November 16th, 2015 by TJ Dilfer

Sydney Swans FC odds

The Sydney Swans Football Club was established as the South Melbourne Football Club in 1874. They are one of two teams in the AFL competition based in Sydney. Nicknamed the Swans due to an early influx of Western Australian players, the team moved in 1982 from its original home Read the rest of this entry »

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Hawthorn Hawks latest AFL betting odds guide

November 11th, 2015 by TJ Dilfer

Hawthorn FC betting odds

The Hawthorn Football Club, nicknamed the Hawks, was established in 1902 and is one of the most successful Australian Rules Football clubs of the last 50 years. The youngest of the 10 Victorian-based AFL teams, the Hawks have won 12 premierships, 4 Brownlow Medals and 6 Norm Read the rest of this entry »

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How to bet and win on the Brownlow Medal and Coleman Medal markets

November 10th, 2015 by TJ Dilfer

Brownlow Medal betting and history

The Brownlow Medal is the leading individual accolade in the AFL game. Originating in 1924 as the Chas Brownlow Trophy (an ex-player and chairman of the Geelong Football Club), it is given to the fairest and best player of the home-and-away AFL season. Voting is conducted Read the rest of this entry »

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AFL Odds For The 2015 Brownlow Medal

February 13th, 2015 by TJ Dilfer

Aussie Rules is a team game. There might well be fans who will tell you it’s the ultimate team game – the show ponies don’t get far without their mates in an AFL game, let alone over the course of the season. And so it’s probably fitting that the game’s highest honour for individual players tends to recognise the players, often in the middle of the park, who do the bulk of the grunt work. It might be a little bit controversial, and it might mean that some truly great players have finished their careers without a sniff of the Brownlow, but that’s the way things stand – and you’ll want to be taking that into consideration when you’re looking at the AFL odds we’ve got for you, including all the odds for the 2015 Brownlow Medal.

We’ll be bringing you a closer look, over the next few weeks Read the rest of this entry »

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AFL Odds: Coleman Medal Markets

February 13th, 2015 by TJ Dilfer

There are some names that you’ll see more often than others in match summaries after a busy weekend of AFL games. They’re not always the guys doing the bulk of the work, and they’re not necessarily the key players in a side (though they’ll often feel like they’re indispensible, especially when they’re not there!). They are the men who account for the bulk of a team’s goals, though, and they’re players who can have a huge impact on the AFL odds we’re going to see as the 2015 season gets underway. The Coleman Medal exists to recognise these players – the men who Read the rest of this entry »

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AFL Odds: Rising Stars

February 13th, 2015 by TJ Dilfer

Not all that long to go now before the first week in April and the first shots fired in anger of the 2015 AFL season. We’ve been bringing you all the injury news and as much inside track as we’ve been able to muster from the various training camps dotted around the country – plus all the AFL odds, of course. But we’re still a good way out from seeing our favourite sides in action in that first game of the new season, so we’ve decided to turn our attention over the next few weeks to some of our favourite markets for the AFL – all of them available at our favourite online betting sites.

First up is arguably the most exciting of them, the medal that showcases the best and brightest young talent emerging onto the AFL scene: the players who Read the rest of this entry »

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AFL Odds: Stevie Stays A Cat

February 7th, 2015 by TJ Dilfer

We’ve brought you a few articles these past few weeks about players who won’t be running out for their respective franchises on the first day of the new AFL season – and we do think that’s well worth you keeping an eye on, as the injury lists will affect the AFL odds you’re seeing. But it’s a touch depressing – for us, for the fans, and for the players concerned – to keep talking about the guys that won’t be playing.

So today we’re talking about Steve Johnson, who emphatically will be appearing for the Cats in their 2015 campaign, even in Read the rest of this entry »

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