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AFL Multibet Tips - 5-leg multi paying $258 on this weekend's AFL games

Adam Cusworth 1 hour 59 minutes ago
  • Round 10 features some huge games
  • We've picked out a 5-leg multibet that could get you rich
  • Check out our selections

After snagging another mega multi in Round 9, our second in three weeks, we are back for another crack at glory in Round 10 of the AFL season. 

This time, our weekly 5-leg multi pays $258 for a $10 unit with CrownBet, who offer money back if four of the five legs get up. 

Here are our selections

Saturday May 26

Brisbane Lions v Sydney Swans, Gabba (4.35pm)
Brisbane +23.5 $1.92

Brisbane were brilliant in their Round 9 win over Hawthorn and the big question will be whether or not the young side can follow that up. It is often the case (see Carlton) that a struggling side will follow up a win with a shocker. However, Brisbane have been super competitive in all of their games at the GABBA this season and have the game to push Sydney, who come off a win over Freo at the SCG last weekend. Take the home side with the start. 

GWS Giants v Essendon, Spotless Stadium (7.25pm)
Essendon +16.5 $1.92

Have Essendon turned the corner after their win over Geelong in Round 9 or is it too premature to tell? Either way, the Bombers represent value in this game against a Giants outfit that are simply struggling. The expansion side have lost three games in a row for the first time since 2015 and have a mountain of injuries to deal with. They have battled to hit the scoreboard in recent times, averaging just 10 goals per game in the last five weeks. Their opponents, Essendon, are a bit of a confidence side and tend to play well with some momentum. John Worsfold's troops were narrow losers at this ground last year when the Giants were flying and can keep our multi going with the 16.5 point start. 

Sunday May 27

Hawthorn v West Coast Eagles, Etihad Stadium (1.10pm)
West Coast Eagles H2H $1.68

It's hard to ignore the West Coast Eagles, given their brilliant start to the year. The competition's pacesetters have won eight in a row and travel to Melbourne to take on Hawthorn. A key factor in this is the venue- Etihad Stadium. The Perth based side play much better at Etihad compared to the MCG and have notched up a big win over the Bulldogs in their only appearance at the ground this year. Conversely, Hawthorn dropped their one and only game at Etihad, to North Melbourne. The Hawks head in with inferior form, losing to the previous winless Brisbane, while the Eagles knocked over the premiers, Richmond, in Round 9. It all points to an Eagles win in this.  

Melbourne v Adelaide, TIO Traeger Park — Alice Springs (3.20pm)
Adelaide H2H $1.85

Football heads to the Northern Territory, where Melbourne take on Adelaide in Alice Springs. Little separates the sides in a number of areas. Melbourne are 3rd on the ladder, while Adelaide are 4th. Both have won six of nine. However, the Crows are the ones with the better form over the past year or so, particularly in big games such as this. They were too good for Melbourne the last time the two sides met, which was in Darwin late last year, and while they have some injuries to contend with, they should have the class to get the job done in what shapes as an interesting game. 

Fremantle v North Melbourne, Perth Stadium (4.40pm)
North Melbourne H2H $2.05

The final match of Round 10 sees Fremantle take on North Melbourne at Perth Stadium. The Kangaroos head in as underdogs for this despite their superior record. Freo haven't lost a game at Perth Stadium to interstate opposition this year but we are predicting that to change on Sunday. The Roos are in great form and their big guns, such as Ben Brown and Ben Cunnington, are firing. We could probably question the merits of some of the opposition sides that the Dockers have defeated at the venue as well. With fitness concerns over the key Dockers' player, Nathan Fyfe, North can capitalise and take another unlikely step towards September. 

How does a multibet work?

Multibets are an extremely popular way to bet and we show you how to place your multis and win big with our essential guide.

First of all, multis offer a great way to secure big winning returns on your bets as you combine various bets into one.

A multibet can be placed at bookmakers like CrownBet and Sportsbet, who offer the opportunity to combine any number of bets from two to 25 into one single bet.

Each individual bet is referred to as a “leg” of a multibet and you will need all results to go your way to bag a winner.

The payout from each leg of the bet is used as the stake for each following leg in your multi bet, until all legs are completed.

So if you placed $5.00 on the Western Bulldogs to win at $2.00, you would win $10. That $10 would then go onto the next leg of your multi and so on.

By the time you get to the last leg of the bet, you could have a vast amount of money being staked. 

If you're brave, you'll let it all roll on the last result. If you're not, you may wish to cash out with Sportsbet now offering the chance to get out of bets early for a guaranteed return.

Multibets can turn small stakes into something big - and many punters have done so, including one individual who won $49,000 from two separate multis on the same day.

*State exclusions apply to some offers. NSW Residents are excluded from bonuses and offers. Please read the T&Cs of each offer with each bookmaker.



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