Fevola's Semi Final Week Three Tips

Brendan Fevola has picked out his winners for the AFL semi finals

Brendan Fevola
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Thu, 24 Sep, 9:48 AM

Fremantle v Hawthorn

Hawthorn to beat Fremantle. The Hawks were shocked into life after their defeat to the Eagles a few weeks back but eased through the qualifying final. That loss to West Coast might be exactly what they need to stop them getting complacent. Last week a number of their players were outstanding which will give Ross Lyon a few sleepless nights. The Dockers were a long away from their best against Sydney, they've taken their foot of the gas in the second half of the season which is worrying to Freo fans. Fyfe and Mundy need to produce career best performances to give the Dockers a chance. I have no questions that the Dockers can contain the Hawks attacking presence but I can't see them capitalising on the chances they get in front of goal. Hawks to win but in a tight game.

Hawks are $2.75 for the flag with one bookie is well worth getting on before this game!

West Coast v North Melbourne

North Melbourne to beat West Coast. The twitter world were all laughing at me for picking North last week, who's laughing now. Once again I'm going with North, they've hit form at just the right time and were the bogey team everyone wanted to avoid in finals. Saying that I fully admit they need to up their performance from the Sydney clash if they're to have a chance of beating the Eagles. If North manage to contain the Eagles midfield they've got a great chance of making the finals. They're massive overs at $4.85, they've also been quoted at $15 to win the Grand Final.

If you need a bit of cover to back this North +30.5 is ridiculous $1.93 with Bet365!

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