AFL Premiership 2022 Betting Odds

AFL Premiership Odds 2022

Latest betting odds and markets for the 2022 AFL Premiership. Who will win the flag and become premiers?

AFL 2022 Premiership Odds

It’s an exciting upcoming AFL Premiership season, with Melbourne winning the 2021 premiership for the first time since 1964. The Demons are the favourites to go back-to-back according to Palmerbet, paying at $2.45. Melbourne still remain as the only undefeated team in the competition.

However, their Grand Final opposition, the Western Bulldogs will be keen to avenge their embarrassing defeat. They currently sit at $17. Brisbane sit at a comfortable $6, with the Power dropping to $34 after their winless start to the campaign turned into four wins on the trot. Fremantle have been the surprise packet of the season, only losing three matches from the opening 10 rounds and round out the top three at $11.

Ever-present Geelong follow closely behind at $13. Richmond remain in the fray and are a constant threat heading into a season of mystery and uncertainty at $14. Meanwhile, the optimistic Swans ($15) slightly dropped in the standings after their loss to Carlton last time out.

The Blues will be looking for a first finals finish since 2013 and after their triumphs in the first nine rounds, they have jumped up to $11. Whilst the Saints have had an inconsistent season thus far and sit at $17.

All other teams are $67+. See below for the full list of odds for every team.

AFL 2022 Top 4 Odds

The four favourites to finish in the top four are Melbourne ($1.04), Brisbane ($1.21), Fremantle ($2.20) and Carllton ($2.20).Β  Whilst Sydney are at $3.40 to make a shock appearance in the top four at the end of the season. Meanwhile, Geelong sit closely behind at $2.80 and their consistent finals appearances in the last 15 years makes them a good chance.

AFL 2022 Top 8 Odds

It’s very likely that you can lock in that Melbourne & Brisbane are to play finals football this season, so let’s take a look at the sides that will be battling it out for the top eight in 2022.

Despite being a constant feature in finals football in the last 15 years, Geelong are one of the teams that could be fighting for a spot, but are at a comfortable $1.20. Despite Richmond’s success in recent years, they missed out on the finals largely due to defensive injuries last season and have dropped from their prior Round 1 price to back it up, now at $1.33 after their fourth win on the trot.

Sydney are paying at $1.30 and will look to continue their strong end to last years campaign and return to the heights of the competition.Β Fremantle ($1.22) and St Kilda ($1.33) are two sides that will look to push back into the top eight this season. The Dockers will need to improve upon their interstate form and they’ve definitely made inroads towards that after starting the season 7-3. Whilst the Saints have been inconsistent so far but are holding their weight against the rest of the competition.

Lastly, Carlton ($1.20) have failed to deliver expectations demanded of them by the club and the public for the better half of a decade – Is this the year that they finally return to finals footy? All the building blocks are in place and now looks like the time it will finally happen.