AFL tips and betting JLT series
AFL 2018 tips and betting season is not far away and we say hoorah!
And the real stuff is only a month away with the AFL season opener between Richmond and Carlton on Thursday 22 March and AFL tips and betting has a -24.5 for last years premiers Richmond and +24.5 for Carlton.
In the meantime in preparation for AFL tips and betting 2018, we head to the JLT series that starts this weekend. There are only two games for each AFL side over the next three weeks as part of the AFL JLT pre season comp and our view is that teams will be fielding their strongest sides in preparation for AFL Round one.
AFL tips and betting 2018 packages released first week of March
We will be realising our AFL tips and betting 2018 packages the first week of March and after a profitable year in 2017 we are looking forward to another year of profit in what looks to be a tight and even AFL competition for 2018.
Read more about our AFL tips and betting results 2017 at
AFL JLT Series
We will feature a “watch out for” commentary on each team and game for the AFL JLT series in preparation for AFL tips and betting season 2018.
North Melbourne v Melbourne – Saturday
North Melbourne well where do you start with North on a major rebuild and a shocking win/loss record since mid way point 2016. Hard pressed to see where the upside is, maybe ruckman Tood Goldstein coming back to form after a shocking 2017.
Melbourne look to be one of the real improvers for 2018. Looked bigger and stronger during the AFLX last week and we expect continued improvement especially with a young talented midfield.
Essendon v Richmond – Saturday
Essendon took the AFL by form last year with their “rip, shit or bust” style of attacking football and expect to see more of the same. The Bombers are really all about ex Bulldog Jake Stringer here.
Richmond was brilliant winners of the AFL Premiership 2017 and all eyes will clearly be on a 2018 hangover. Time will tell…!
Adelaide v Fremantle – Sunday
Adelaide lost the AFL Grand Final 2017 poorly and all eyes will be on can they recover. Lever goes, Smith is out for the year but Gibbs comes in are the major talking points. The Coach has got a new contract so strap yourselves in!
Fremantle come off a poor 2018 and Ross is really in the gun. For Freo its all about how and if they can score, as one of the AFL worst offensive score sides.
West Coast v Port Adelaide – Sunday
Last time these two met West Coast won a final with 10 seconds left on the clock. Nic Nat is still out and the jury is out on West Coast.
Port have added Rockliff, Motlop, Thomas, Trengove and Watts to their side and as usual both Ken and the Club are talking themselves up. More action and less talk we are looking for after a 2017 season when they won 1 game against sides in the top 8!!! Not a great stat but improvement is expected.