Will a Punt on Pavlich Pay Off when Freo Face GWS

Will punting on Pavlich prove profitable when Fremantle face Greater Western Sydney on Sunday afternoon?

Matthew Pavlich booted the second goal of the match as Fremantle beat Richmond in an epic encounter last round.  Why is that piece of information so important? Because if he does it again this weekend, punters who back him to boot the opening goal with bookmaker.com.au will be paid out!  But the promotion isn’t just on Pavlich, the Bookmaker will pay out on whoever boots the second goal of the game between Fremantle and GWS this Sunday, as the first goalscorer, along with the player who kicks the opening major. That’s right back a bloke to sink the first 6-pointer and you’ll get 2 chances to win your bet. If he kicks the second instead of the first you’ll be successful. You can place a maximum $100 wager on the offer but only your first bet on the market qualifies.

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Will a Punt on Pav Pay Off?

Pavlich may just be the man punt on! He’s the Dockers leading goalscorer with 30 majors from 16 games this season including 5 in his last 2 outings. The Freo skipper’s stats against Greater Western Sydney are also worth highlighting. He’s booted 12 goals in 3 appearances against the Giants and he kicked the first major when the two sides met last year. The 33 year old isn’t favourite for first goal and is close to double figures to do so. Freo Forwad Michael Walters leads the betting ahead of his captain.

Geelong may have jumped the Giants in round 17 but GWS midfielder Toby Greene was a surprise opening goalscorer. He’s more than $25 to repeat the feat at Docklands Stadium! Greater Western Sydney’s goal getter Jeremy Cameron is the only Giant under double figures. Currently second in the race for the Coleman medal with 44 goals this season; it wouldn’t be a shock to see him snatch the first major despite the visitors’ tough task away to the league leaders.

Place a first goalscorer bet with bookmaker.com.au and you won’t be kicking the ground if your player doesn’t kick the opening goal. Sit tight and hope he manages the second!