AFL Round 11 - Multi for the Masses

This selection of plays from three standout AFL games offers value no matter what type of punter you are.

Sat, 3 Jun, 1:40 AM


Record 4-2


Another good result last week turning over profit. Lets keep the good times rolling.


This should be a surer round but I don’t see as much value throughout the card. Two of the top plays this weekend stand out like 10’s in a retirement village. Time to get amongst it.


Leg 1 – Essendon+31.5


GWS have only beaten three teams convincingly by more than 40, back in rounds 2, 3 and 5.


Since then they have won four of five matches, but only by a margin of 2-8.


They’ve struggled to get to triple digits so I’m not overly excited with last week’s win. Meanwhile, Essendon, despite a few losses by 15-35 to some mid range teams are a quality side.


Essendon have managed to beat two teams within the top 8, while clearing 100 points at the same time.


I don’t see the Bombers winning the match but they’ll be well in this one against a broken down GWS outfit.


Get on the Bombers!


Leg 2 – Fremantle-2.5


Fremantle have been a challenger of a side. Getting blowout by the Crows last week puts them in a prime position to come out firing in this one.


The Dockers will be at home with a tiny line. This puts them in a great position to get the cover.


Collingwood have been competitive against the Dockers of late and Fremantle know this. Motivation in Fremantle’s camp will be high. Collingwood may play like they did against the Lions last week which wont cut it against a better opponent.


No need to overthink this one.


Get on the Dockers!



Leg 1 – Essendon+31.5

Leg 2 – Fremantle-2.5


Approximate odds: $3.69



By Nik Hatzi

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