It’s Sunday Funday and that means we have a $5000 special with the winner taking $650 and paying down to $34.18 in 89th
Bombers v Lions (1.10 pm)
Dockers v Crows
Alright, you need to check this out… They say nothing in life is free, but this is! And it could result in you going to the Grand Final.
Our friends at Moneyball have a massive promotion for this season. You can win an AFL Grand Final Experience. Two tickets and accommodation to this year’s big dance and if you live a plane ride away from Melbourne, you will get a couple of return flights too!
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If you have the highest score for the week in this game = $20 Free Bet.
But if you have the highest score for the season… then pack your bags cause you are off to the AFL GRAND FINAL.
After all – it’s a FREE BET what do you have to lose.
Dayne Beams ($9,000 MID) is more expensive than when I wrote about him last week because he continued his dominant scoring run. In fact, he is one of five players to have scored 113+ in five of the last six weeks. Last yer he was injured in the last quarter but still managed 113 against the Bombers.
Dayne Zorko ($9,600 MID) Has bounced back from his horror start to the season, to the point taggers aren’t even bothering him. In his first four tagged games, he averaged 13 touches and 66 but his last three while copping attention read a far more impressive 22 and two goals for 118. He is averaging 117 at the GABBA and scored 108 and 124 against the Bombers last year.
Michael Walters ($8,100 MID) is getting plenty of run through the midfield and his scoring has reflected that. If you discount his injured game on 11, he is averaging 105 in his last four and the bonus of that injured game is that is why he is so cheap. Crows concede the most tackles of any team and when Walters lays six or more, hes scored 92, 120, 106 and 125.
Lachie Neale ($9,600 MID) has a history of scoring well without Fyfe, as we saw in his record breaking season. In fact, in his 56 games with his skipper he averages 100 and in the 22 games without him he averages 111 and considering Fyfe is suspended, combined with the fact that Adelaide give up the second most points to mids in the last five rounds… he should be big. Buyer beware: I since discovered he is under an injury cloud, so high risk play, but will be a unique for people who like to roll out multiple teams.
Sam Gibson ($7,400 MID) is a safe play for that price given his extreme consistency. Since debuting for his new club he has scored 84, 85 and 93 and will have an big workload with the likes of Laird and Sloane missing across half back and through the middle.
Devon Smith ($8,700 FWD) is a bargain considering his form and consistency due to his impressive tackling form. Within his last four games he has scored of 117, 113 and 129 from 15, 13 and six tackles respectively.
Good luck! Cha Ching,