AFL Tipping 2017

AFL tipping and betting Round 14 The Wash Up

9 consecutive winning weeks AFL tips and betting…and Hawthorn win at $8.50

4-1 win line bets Round 13 at 80%
1-1 win bets Round 13 at 50%

32-9 line bets last 8 weeks at 78%
9-9 win bets last 8 weeks at 50% and ave win price $5.96

42-29 line bets season to date at 68%
11-14 win bets season to date at 44% and ave win $5.92

Our winning season continues – AFL tipping and betting

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It was a fantastic result for subscribers last weekend with a massive results:

Hawthorn winning at $8.50 and covering the +49.5 line
Port -4.5
GWS -33.5 as a BEST BET 3 unit
Richmond -13.5 as a 2 unit bet.

3 star Best Bet and 2 star stake winners

We are thrilled with our AFL tipping and betting results for the AFL 2017 season but the real key is following our betting staking plan and bet to your bank. That is 3 unit is a triple stake bet (GWS) and (Richmond) 2 unit double stake bet and following this plan brings great reward. If you had followed this plan, you triple your result for GWS and double it for Richmond.

The topsy turvy AFL season continues

Now that was a incredible round of football. Two games were by 1 point, one by 2 points and one by 3 points continues the most incredible season ever in the AFL and places us nicely with our Human Behaviour Model in great shape in assessing team over/under performance and all underpinned by the inability of teams to track to a consistent performance model. Tipping who will be AFL Premiers, AFL Grand Finalists and AFL finalists is a week to week changing proposition for those into AFL tips and betting.

Two games between top and sixth
Two games between 2nd and 9th
Two games between 4th and 12th
Two games between 7th and 15th

The winners were…

Hawthorn had a spectacular win over a very flat Adelaide and this keeps a faint pulse for the Hawks finals aspirations and it was a brilliant iTipsports AFL tipping and betting result with Hawthorn +49.5 and $8.50 win for subscribers. Sydney’s come from behind win over Essendon was just as remarkable and a couple of Essendon brain fades late in the game cost the Bombers and the Swans pulled off an amazing win. Just as amazing were the wins of Melbourne, Geelong and the Bulldogs. Melbourne beat West Coast with a brilliant come from behind win to keep their top four aspirations well on track for this well polished young side. The Bulldogs got five goals up in the last quarter and let it go and somehow fell in by a point. It was a win…but only just and hardly a big advertisement for the finals.

Geelong fell in against an undermanned Fremantle but in the end it was a gusty win. Selwood was done with concussion in the first five minutes and then they were down to 19 men with half a quarter to go. Geelong still look vulnerable if you can stop Selwood or Dangerfield or preferably both. We saw Geelong’s vulnerability with one of them out of the game. Fremantle were very good and dreadfully unlucky to lose.

Richmond had a nice win and a good cover of the line for us. They are well improved on last year and well on track to push for a top four, certainly a top six finish. Port Adelaide had we believe its most polished performance for the AFL 2017 season. That performance, especially the defensive side and ability to keep Collingwood to 62 points was impressive. Robbie Gray is a star and Patrick Ryder the best ruckman in the league. GWS Giants smashed Brisbane and we were impressed with the Giants 60 point win and a nice result for subscribers at
–33.5 GWS. St Kilda had a modest 31 point win over the Ablett-less Suns.

The Losers – AFL Round 14 tipping and betting

Adelaide Crows sit at the top of the list for Round 14 losers. It was a poor loss and sits parallel to the losses against Melbourne and North. Yes, it might have been a bad night but when they lose they lose poorly. This is a worrying sign. When they get their tales up early watch out but when challenged they seem to have a disconnect that we cannot pin down.

West Coast had the game won and dusted at home v Melbourne but managed to lose by 3 points. This will hurt West Coast and is a poor loss given they had it done. They look vulnerable as well and a top eight spot under threat.

Collingwood is in trouble and despite the upbeat external talk, a coaching change and upheaval looks all but imminent. Essendon lost a game that they had won and poor player decision making is the only reason. Their upbeat game style cost them dearly in the last 3 minutes when all they had to do was slow it down and play the percentages. It was really very dumb football…no other way to say it!

Essendon threw away a golden opportunity to climb the ladder with what we can only describe as “brain fade football”. Its uptempo and exciting but in clutch games it fails and won’t stand up in finals should Essendon get there. North lost by a point v Bulldogs and it was gutsy enough when they were 28 points down with seven minutes to go and came back to be even then the Dogs kicked a point with 30 seconds left to win. North are building for 2018 and look ok. Carlton were competitive enough in its loss to Richmond and will win games but not make the finals in the run home and Brisbane look to be improving but will finish bottom.

Some great games for Round 15 and looking forward to continuing our winning run.



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