Brendan Fevola - Fremantle v Geelong Betting Tips

King Fev landed both his tips last night, and he's got three more picks today.

Brendan Fevola
Thu, 14 Jul, 3:10 PM

Fremantle v Geelong

Which Geelong side is going to turn up at Domain stadium? The Lions we saw in the first half of the season or the pussy’s we’ve seen in the last couple of clashes. After last night’s humdinger, Friday Night Footy has got a lot to live up to, and unfortunately it won’t. This is a tricky game for Geelong with their recent form, but they’re much better than Freo.

This simply isn’t a game Geelong can lose, after Swans lost last night they’ve got a chance to leap-frogging them on the ladder. The Cats main man, Patrick Dangerfield, will run riot against Fremantle, he’s averaged 31 possessions a game, and he could go well beyond this total tonight.

My first tip tonight is to get on a top four finish for Geelong, they were favourites for the flag a couple of weeks ago. They’ve still got a quality team, the $1.72 on offer for them to finish in the top four will only come in, especially when they account for Fremantle. They’re $1.32 to win at the Domain Stadium, but I’m more interested in the $1.91 available for them to be winning at the end of every quarter.

I’ve mentioned him already, but expect Dangerfield to have a huge game. He’s the main man, and will be responsible for getting the troops back up and running. He’s kicked six in his last four against better opposition. He’s worth backing to have 30 disposals doubled into three goals tonight at $11.

GeelongAFL - Top 4 Finish

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