This is the easy kill that the Tigers have been looking for.
Richmond and Brisbane have both surpassed season expectations this year, which might sound strange when talking about the Lions as they currently sit bottom of the table.
Yet for all the positives regarding the finals bound Tigers and the improving Lions they would have been both embarrassed by their performances last Saturday night.
Richmond was a firm favourite to win against St Kilda but after trailing by 15 goals at halftime, they went down by 67 points while Brisbane was handed an 85-point defeat at the hands of Geelong.
The Tigers should bounce back with a win here and lock in a 2017 finals berth.
The sides last clashed in Round 4 at the Gabba with Richmond saluting by 52 points. Shaun Grigg stole the show in this fixture collecting 31 disposals and kicking a goal. We like the $1.88 to collect 25 or more disposals with Crownbet which looks appealing.
Jack Riewoldt kicked four goals when these sides last met and we are keen on him booting the most.
Riewoldt has won the Coleman Medal twice previously and can put himself back in contention with a bag here. Check out the $31 on offer with several bookmakers for him to do it again.
Whenever Richmond does anything the reaction is out of proportion. After they defeated Port Adelaide a fortnight ago there was talk the club is going to win its first premiership since 1980, now just a one week later, punters and experts are abandoning the Tigers on the back of just one poor performance.
Look for Dustin Martin to bounce back with a big game after he was uncharacteristically quiet last week. Martin is out to $3.50 with Luxbet to win the Brownlow and that looks over the odds as he appears the only danger to Patrick Dangerfield.
After this game, it will be Tiger time again.
Jack Riewoldt kicked an equal game high four goals when these sides met and looks a good bet to kick the most.
RICHMOND -38.5 LINE
JACK RIEWOLDT MOST GOALS