Luxbet's Enhanced Odds on Eagles are Double West Coast's Price

Get West Coast at the best odds to beat North Melbourne in their Preliminary Final with Luxbet. That's the enhanced price of $2.50 for the Eagles to defeat the Kangaroos at Domain Stadium on Saturday night.

What a year it’s been by West Coast. The Eagles have surpassed all expectations in 2015 and are now just 1 game away from their first Grand Final since 2006. Their firm favourites to crush the Kangaroos Premiership dreams this weekend but you can get the Westerners to win at more than double their current price with Luxbet.

Luxbet’s AFL Offer on Eagles

West Coast are currently under $1.25 with to beat North Melbourne in the second Preliminary Final in Perth on Saturday night but Luxbet’s AFL promotion is pushing that price up! The Bookmaker’s offer on finals favourites means customers can get the Eagles at the enhanced odds of $2.50. That’s more than their twice their regular odds! 1 maximum $20 wager can be placed on this special and it must be made on Luxbet’s promotional market.

Why West Coast are Hot Favourites

West Coast’s dominant display against the reigning Premiers in the opening week of the finals was breathtaking. They tore Hawthorn apart winning by more than 5 goals at Domain Stadium. The victory earned the second place finishers a week off and they’ll be feeling fresh ahead of another home final on Saturday. North on the other hand have slogged it out 2 weeks in a row, earning their spot in the Preliminary Final after gusty wins over Richmond and Sydney. Their reward, a long trip to the West! Can the Kangaroos get up again for another do or die match?

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Head to Head

The Kangaroos clipped the Eagles wings earlier this season winning by 10 points while they also managed a victory in the West last year. However West Coast won the last 4 meetings prior to that. 3 of those successes were at Domain stadium and one was a sensational 96 point triumph their 2012 Elimination Final. Will West Coast hand the Roos a second successive Preliminary Final flogging after North Melbourne were belted by the Swans at the same stage in 2014?