AFL Grand Final Betting Tips - Same-game multis paying $30 and $18

Adam Cusworth 25 Sep 2019
  • The AFL Grand Final is here and we've picked out a couple of same-game multi's that could land you a nice collect. 
  • Check out our selections.

The 2019 AFL Grand Final is fast approaching and there are plenty of betting options available on the decider, including the combination of single bets into a same game multi. 

The MCG clash will be played out between Richmond and GWS and here are a couple of options to consider, depending on which side of the ledger you stand on. 

Most Goals - Tom Lynch / Most Disposals Group A Bachar Houli / Richmond 1-39 

If it isn't the GWS key forward, Jeremy Cameron, for most goals it just about has to be Tom Lynch. The Tigers big man has dominated Richmond's scoring in 2019 booting 61 goals, well ahead of the Tigers next best in Dustin Martin, who has snagged 28 majors, while Jason Castagna has chimed in with 27. He starred in the Tigers Preliminary Final win over Geelong last weekend, booting five goals, including two of their first three. 

Bachar Houli must be considered in disposals markets. The running defender picked up the most for Richmond last weekend and has been finding a stack of the footy during the finals series. He plays a similar game as the 2016 Norm Smith winner Jason Johannisen in that he sets up a lot of plays from halfback and can go close to that award if the Tigers win. I am a little wary of backing the Tigers best player, Dustin Martin in disposal markets, given that Matt de Boer could be the go to man for the 2017 Norm Smith Medalist. The Giants tagger has taken out some big names this finals series, including Marcus Bontempelli and frustrated Martin back in Round 3. 

In margin markets, the Richmond 1-39 looks to be the play. The Giants can push the Tigers but a query is their ability to finish the game off after three tough finals games in as many weeks. Richmond have a habit of getting off to slowish starts before upping the ante and grinding past sides to win by a margin within this bracket. The Preliminary Final game is a recent example when they overpowered the Cats after half time. 

GWS Giants +18.5 / Half Time Leader GWS / Most Goals - Jeremy Cameron 

Despite qualifying in 6th position, it is hard not to be impressed with GWS' form in the finals. They will be in the game for a long way and represent value at the line with the 18.5 point start. They will regain Toby Greene from suspension. Lachie Whitfield is likely to return, while Stephen Coniglio is an outside chance of coming back from a knee injury. Leon Cameron's side average more clearances and contested possessions than Richmond and this aspect of their game will take them far, as it did in the wet against Collingwood last weekend. 

Tom Lynch and Jeremy Cameron dominate the Most Goals market and it is Lynch that just shades Cameron for favouritism but it is hard to ignore Cameron's form against Richmond over the years. He has an excellent record over the Tigers, booting 10 goals in the two games this year, despite being a tad wasteful last time around with 3.4. He is the competition's leading goal kicker and kicked three clutch goals in their Preliminary Final win, including a beauty near the boundary from 45 metres in the last term. 

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