Officially Unreal Offer from the AFL's Official Betting Partner
May 27, 2015
If you fancy a punt on Australian Rules this weekend why not make it with the AFL’s official betting partner CrownBet. The bookmaker is running an excellent offer across round 9 which will could see CrownBet members receive up to 9 bonus bets if their wagers are unsuccessful! All up you could get up to $450 in free bets even if you have a rough round!
Head to Head CrownBet Offer
Place a head to head wager on any or every AFL game this weekend and if your selection leads by 12 points or more but loses, CrownBet will refund you with a free bet. The bonus bet will equal your stake, up to a maximum of $50. The Offer applies to your first head to head bet on each match and you’ll be entitled to a refund as long as your side blows a minimum 2 goal lead.
Round 9 Rundown
Coachless Carlton are huge outsiders to beat the Swans on Friday night. Sydney’s head to head price is shorter than Black Caviar odds! Hawthorn are just as short against the Suns on Saturday. The Hawks Premiership defence has been a little scratchy so far but they’re expected to belt a Gold Coast side that’s won just once in 2015.
Melbourne surprised the Western Bulldogs last round can they cause another shock against Port Adelaide? They’re $3 to beat the Power who are coming off a home loss to Richmond. The Tigers win over Port last weekend saw them record back to back wins and get their campaign back on track. They’re paying around $1.70 to beat the Bombers. Fourth placed GWS are just under $1.60 to hand the Bulldogs their fourth straight defeat.
The match of the round though is surely the Saturday night blockbuster between the undefeated Dockers and the Crows. Fremantle set a new club record for consecutive away wins a fortnight ago and are aiming for a sixth successive victory on the road, in Adelaide. Freo are just over $1.30 to start the season 9 and 0 while the Crows price of $3.40 to triumph at home is juicy. Adelaide’s displayed mixed form this year, can they put in a top performance against the league leaders?
Sunday’s fixtures sees Brisbane around $1.60 favourites against St Kilda while North Melbourne are about $1.70 to beat Collingwood. The fifth placed Pies though may fancy their chances at the MCG. West Coast are just under $1.50 to beat Geelong in Perth.