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AFL Multibet Tips - 5-leg multi paying $177 on this weekend's AFL games

Adam Cusworth 21 Mar 2018
  • Round 1 features some huge games
  • We've picked out a 5-leg multibet that could get you rich
  • Check out our selections

Footy is back and there are plenty of interesting betting prospects in the opening round of the AFL season. 

We have taken a look through what is on offer and picked out a five-leg multi that pays $177 for a $10 unit with CrownBet, who offer money back if four of the five legs get up. 

Here are our selections. 

Thursday March 22

Richmond v Carlton, MCG (7.25pm) - Richmond Head to Head $1.20 @ CrownBet

It's hard to see Richmond losing the season opener. The premiers have a class edge on their counterparts and are showing no signs of any hangover at this stage. In the JLT Series they smashed Essendon by 87 points before inflicting a 70-point margin on North Melbourne in their second game. 20 of their 22 premiership players are available for selection and with the likes of Dustin Martin in full flight they should have too many answers. Carlton also enjoyed two wins from two games in the JLT and will put up a bit of a fight but their younger brigade will struggle to match it with the premiers as the game goes on. 

Saturday March 24

Port Adelaide v Fremantle, Adelaide Oval (4.05pm) - Fremantle +22.5 $1.90 @ CrownBet

This shapes as just one of a number of intriguing games and the Power are firm favourites on the back of some promising JLT form as well as the home ground advantage. However, Freo may just be the surprise packets this year and they look to be the play with the 22.5 points start. Like Port, the Dockers impressed in the JLT Series and while the pre-season form is usually questionable, it was the performances of some of their senior players such as Nathan Fyfe and Aaron Sandilands that was really encouraging. They are two of a number that have finally had an injury free lead up and if they stick with the Power early on, they are right in this. 

Hawthorn v Collingwood at MCG (7.25pm) - Hawthorn Head to Head $1.85 @ CrownBet

This game could really set the tone for both sides, who will be desperate to improve after missing out on the September action last year. Hawthorn have a great record over Collingwood, losing just once to the Magpies since 2011 and an added bonus for the brown and gold is that their rivals have a stack of injury concerns. Alistair Clarkson's side just about have every player on their list available for selection. While they missed out in the recent JLT, if they can tidy up a few aspects of their game, including finishing off in front of goal, they should have too many answers. 

Sunday, March 25

Melbourne v Geelong, MCG (3.20pm) - Melbourne Head to Head $1.90 @ CrownBet

Another even game in the head to head betting and this time it is Melbourne and Geelong. After some frustrating years for their loyal fans, the time has come for the Demons and this looks cherry ripe for the taking. Their on-ball division has been in great form in the pre-season competition and the addition of Jake Lever to the backline has really helped down back. A lot will hinge on the fitness of Geelong's Patrick Dangerfield. The 2016 Brownlow Medallist is in doubt with a hamstring injury. The Cats have a great record against Melbourne but were unconvincing in the pre-season, while their opponents look ready to go. Take the Demons in what should be a close one. 

West Coast Eagles v Sydney Swans, Perth Stadium (4.20pm) - Sydney Swans Head to Head $1.40 @ CrownBet

The final game of Round 1 will be played at Perth Stadium, the first ever game for premiership points at the new venue. West Coast will be keen to impress at their new home ground but face a tough prospect first up in the form of Sydney. The Swans will be hungry after their topsy turvy season last year that saw them drop their first six games before winning 15 of 18. They look like they are primed to make a much better start this time around and have been very sharp in the pre-season, while the same cannot be said for the Eagles, who may face a bit of a rebuilding year in 2018.

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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