Early Odds on all 8 Footy Finals as Tom Waterhouse Offers a Cross Codes Multi Refund
September 08, 2015
Footy finals fever has hit! Only 8 teams remain in both the NRL and AFL and the number will be reduced to 4 clubs in each competition after this weekend’s matches. If you’re confident of backing a few winners from either sport in the first week of the finals why you don’t place a multi with Tom Waterhouse! Even if it loses, Tom will give your cash back if you come close!
Cross Codes Finals Multi
Place a 4+ leg Multi containing head to head selections from the footy finals and you’ll get your money back if just 1 leg lets you down. This cross codes special means your multi can be made up of all AFL selections, all NRL legs or a combination of both. In all there are 8 games to choose from. Your first multi which misses by just 1 leg will be refunded and you’ll get your stake back up to $50.
Minor Premiers the Roosters are around $1.40 favourites with Tom Waterhouse to beat Melbourne. The Storm stole a second chance in the finals after grabbing fourth place in the last regular round. The Victorians are $3 outsiders against the Premiership favourites. Brisbane and Cowboys clash in the second Qualifying Final. North Queensland are $2.35 underdogs against the hosts who are paying $1.60.
The Bulldogs are the shortest price favourites at around $1.30 to beat the Dragons in the first Elimination Final on Saturday. Struggling St George are paying over $3.50 to keep their season alive. Sharks against Souths is a much tighter betting affair. Cronulla are around $1.85 to end the Bunnies premiership defence while the visitors are even money to progress.
Double defending AFL premiers Hawthorn are the only away team who are favourites in week 1 of the finals across both codes. The Hawks are around paying $1.72 to triumph over West Coast in Perth. The Eagles are a touch under $2.20 to win the second versus third showdown. The other Qualifying Final will also be played in the West, with Fremantle facing Sydney. The Dockers price is around $1.40 while the Swans are at $3.
There’s not a lot between the Western Bulldogs and Adelaide in their Elimination Final. The visitors are even money while the Dogs are around $1.85. In the last finals match Richmond who finished fifth are paying $1.60 to beat North Melbourne. The Roos lost to the same opposition last weekend and are $2.35 outsides to turn the tables.