AFL Offer on Eagles Crows Clash

Can the Crows continue their good form and upset the Eagles on Sunday, or will West Coast win again after thumping Adelaide in round 15?

The Crows take on the Eagles in a super Sunday showdown, in the penultimate round of the AFL. West Coast are fighting for the Minor Premiership while Adelaide are in the top 8 and a win would seal their spot in the finals. So who’ll come out on top in this battle of the birds?

Offer on Crows v Eagles

Place a Half Time Full Time wager on the match with Luxbet and you could earn a bonus bet even if it loses. If your bet is unsuccessful but is correct at half time, you’ll get up to $100 back in the form of a bonus bet. For example if you back Adelaide to do the half time full time double and they lead at the main break but get overrun, you’ll be refunded. Only your first wager on the market is eligible for a refund however.  

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Odds on the ‘Half Time / Full Time’ Market

West Coast managed a half time full time double against Adelaide when the pair met earlier this season and the same outcome in South Australia is the shortest price selection at just under even money. The Crows will be hoping home ground advantage can help them cause an upset and they’re around $3.20 to be leading at half time and after the final siren. There are juicier odds for either side to come from behind in the second half. You’ll get about $6.75 for the hosts to be in front but at the main break before being beaten by the favourites while a price of nearly $9 is on offer for West Coast to blow a half time lead. A draw at oranges or at the end of the match is paying $26.

West Coast recorded a 56 point triumph in round 15 but can expect a much tougher test on the road. They’ll be hoping to repeat their last result at Adelaide Oval having beaten the Crows by 31 points at the venue last year. But the face an inform Adelaide who’ve rediscovered their mojo at the right team of the season. The home side is shooting for a fourth consecutive win and although they still could miss the finals altogether, they could also finish as high as fifth with a few favourable results.