Fremantle v Hawthorn Head to Head Sportsbet's Special

Place a head to head bet on the AFL Preliminary Final between Fremantle and Hawthorn with Sportsbet and get your cash back if your selection leads at any break but loses.

Friday night’s first AFL Preliminary Final between Fremantle and Hawthorn could be one for the ages. The Dockers are daring to dream of a first Premiership while the Hawks are hunting for a third in a row; the winner will fight for the Flag in the decider! But who will advance to the Grand Final on October 3? Sportsbet’s cash back special on a match we may have many twists and turns could save punters who back the losing side.

Sportsbet’s Head to Head Odds and Offer

Place a head to head bet on Fremantle or Hawthorn at Sportsbet and if your selection leads at any break and loses you’ll get your money back. That’s a cash refund of up to $100 if your team’s on top at the end of the first, second, or third quarter but not at full time. Only your first wager on the market qualifies for Sportsbet’s AFL Finals promotion. The double defending Premiers are $1.60 favourites while this year’s Minor Premiers are $2.40 on Sportsbet’s head to head market.

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Fresh Freo host hot Hawks

After beating Sydney in their Qualifying Final Fremantle enjoyed a break in week 2. What they wouldn’t have enjoyed… watching Hawthorn annihilate Adelaide. The Hawks hit top gear against the Crows, bouncing back from their loss to West Coast in emphatic fashion. The powerful performance showing the remaining sides how hard it will be to end the Brown and Gold’s reign! But a fresh Fremantle will believe they can end the Hawks season.

Hawks Hoping to Continue Recent Record against Dockers

Hawthorn flogged Freo earlier this year to continue their recent dominance over the Dockers.  The Hawks have won 4 out of the last 5 meetings with one of those victories coming in the 2013 Grand Final; the last time the two teams met after the regular season. The Dockers did manage to win in the West last year and will be hoping home ground advantage will help them prevail in Perth.