Worth Backing the Bulldogs with William Hill's AFL Offer?
May 15, 2015
The high flying Fremantle Dockers head to Melbourne this weekend shooting for a seventh straight success to start the season. In their way are the Western Bulldogs, who despite losing last round, have also made a solid beginning to their 2015 campaign. On paper the Dockers should win while the stats also favour the league leaders but the Dogs who finished in 14th position last year have more bite about them this time around. The visitors are paying around $1.30 to triumph but if you fancy the home side to end Freo’s unbeaten run you’ll get around $3.75. The Bulldogs were an even bigger price than that when they upset the Swans a fortnight ago…. Could they cause another shock in round 7?
William Hill’s AFL Offer
With William Hill’s Money Back offer on this weekend’s AFL action, a wager on the Western Bulldogs may be worth a punt? Back them to beat the Dockers head to head and you’ll get your stake back if they lose by less than 24 points. The same offer applies if you fancy Fremantle, in fact the bookmaker’s head to head money back special is running on all round 7 matches. The promotion applies to your first bet per match, with a maximum refund of $100 per selection that loses by 4 goals or less!
Good and Bad Dogs
The Dogs looked well on their way to a fifth win from six games against St Kilda last weekend before a half time scuffle swung momentum the Saints way. The Bulldogs surrendered a 55 point lead kicking just 3 goals after the break! They’ll be out to bounce back against the top team on Sunday and proved a fortnight ago they can beat the best. The Bulldogs 4 point boilover of the Swans backed up the hype on their young side. Will they revel in the underdog take once again?
William Hill’s AFL First Goalscorer special also continues in round 7. Punters who successfully back the opening goal kicker with their first bet on the market will see their winnings doubled, up to $200, if that same player boots another major! Sign up with William Hill and experience another way to enjoy the AFL.