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iTipsports AFL tips and betting Round 6 “The Wash Up”

iTipsports AFL tipping and betting Round 6 "The Wash Up"

iTipsports AFL tips and betting Round 6 “The Wash Up”

“The Wash Up” AFL tips and betting Round 6
Round 6 results

Line Bets – 4
Winning Line Bets – 4
Win Bets – 3
Winning Win Bets – 2
Ave win bet odds – $2.80

Season to date results –
Line Bets – 23
Winning Line Bets – 14
Win Bets – 12
Winning Win Bets – 5
Ave win bet odds – $3.50

Swans and Hawks are officially stuffed for 2017
One of our consistent themes of 2017 has been around Sydney and Hawthorn and how 2017 would unfold. With the Swans we were concerned that they may be cooked physically and mentally post the 2016 loss to the Dogs. With the Hawks, our concern was that losing Mitchell and Lewis would destroy their leadership, expose second tiered players and Mitchells devastating kick across half back setting up plays would be irreplaceable. Right now, you would have to say yes to all of the above.

Crows the topped ranked
Adelaide and GWS continue to be the topped ranked teams as both Geelong and Richmond lost their first games of the season. After an impressive start we watched Richmond being smashed by the Crows. We talked last week about the Crows beautiful ball movement and again we witnessed this. They will be challenged at some point but at the moment no on is even remotely close to them.

 GWS second ranked team but the Bulldogs were on their tails
GWS was involved in a cracking game with the Bulldogs. We had the Bulldogs as an AFL betting and tipping best bet +20.5 and win $3.20 and we were three points from collecting the win bet. GWS were very good but the Dogs were certainly up for the game and we suspect if the Dogs can challenge them…that is the Dogs at their consistent best. We need to see more.

Richmond and Geelong …need to bounce of losses
Richmond and Geelong are still well placed at 5-1. Richmond need to immediately bounce off last weeks loss and they play the Bulldogs. Geelong had a flat one and now go to the Gold Coast which may be a test. To legitimize top 4 credentials they need to win.

And the rest…
Melbourne disposed of Essendon and restored their top 8 credentials in the process. Interesting that Jordan Lewis played and the Demons had a good game. We suspect they walk taller with him in the side. The Bombers will beat the bottom teams but not the top ones. That will be enough to keep the Bombers engaged.

Collingwood was a superb result for itipsports AFL tipping and betting with a superb win after a five day break over Geelong. We were tipping a Collingwood bounce. It had the iTipsports Human Behaviour Model characteristics written all over it and coupled with our view Geelong were due for a flat one that is exactly how it played out.

North had a good win over the Gold Coast. We had the Kangas vulnerable after multi close loss games but they won a close one. The Gold Coast is possibly the new enigma in the AFL. They have talent but lack a killer instinct and were in winning positions for much of the game but turn the ball over at crucial moments that cost badly. We find them possibly the most difficult side to read in the AFL and are an AFL tipping and betting nightmare.
St Kilda, after a shaky start, look like they are getting their game together and we will really find out this week against GWS.

West Coast won at home and now has to travel to Port Adelaide who once again smashed a bottom side to retain a healthy percentage. Freo were beaten by the Eagles and now have to Essendon at home. This game will test both teams resolve. The continued strong speculation around Nat Fyfe’s departure on a restricted free agency does not help their position.

Carlton beat Sydney comfortably in a strong win and gives them a buffer off the bottom. Brisbane has a mortgage on bottom spot.

AFL tips and betting 2017

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