AFL Multibet Tips - 4-leg multibet paying $180 on this weekend's finals fixtures

Adam Cusworth 2 Sep 2019
  • We're looking to win big with our weekend in the first week of the AFL Finals Series. 
  • Here are our selections.

We have reached the 2019 AFL Finals Series and there are four absorbing games in store for the weekend. 

We have delved into the crystal ball and picked out a four-leg multi for the weekend that pays $180 for a $10 investment at sportsbet. Here are our selections. 

Thursday September 5

First Elimination Final - West Coast Eagles v Essendon Bombers
West Coast -27.5 $1.90

West Coast head into this as strong favourites but come off a Round 23 loss to Hawthorn by 38 points. That might be the wake up call the 2018 premiers need and they will be mindful that they will need be at their best against an Essendon outfit that can surprise on their day. The Eagles were the better performed of the two sides over the course of the home and away season and have a quality midfield. They will just need to link better with their stars at either end of the ground to make it hard for the Bombers. The two sides met at the venue earlier this season and it was West Coast that took out that game by 35 points. The margin in that game should have been a lot more as the Eagles were wayward in front of goal, kicking 14.22. The Bombers also have to overcome a finals hoodoo as they have not won in September since 2004. It is hard to see them overcoming that drought. 

Friday September 6

First Qualifying Final - Geelong Cats v Collingwood
Collingwood Head to Head $2.10

Collingwood loom as value in the head to head betting. Little separated the two sides over the course of the season with Geelong registering an extra win. The two sides were the pacesetters in the early parts of the season before producing some inconsistent performances after the mid season bye. Collingwood have won four on the trot and were 11 point winners over Essendon in Round 23. If they are able to effectively manage the return of some big names into the forward line, they can take this one out. They have plenty of match winners up forward including Jamie Elliot, who heads in with good form, while Jaidyn Stephenson and Jordan de Goey add plenty of firepwer. Geelong conceded fewer points than any other side in the league this season and Elliot and co will need to be at their best. But around the ground, the Magpies have a bit more depth and will be hungry after missing out in the big one last year. 

Saturday September 7

Second Elimination Final - GWS Giants v Western Bulldogs
GWS Giants Head to Head $2.05

The sudden death clash shapes as a big one and we can look to Round 22 for a pointer. The Bulldogs defeated GWS by 61 points in that game and head into this with the deserved favouritism tag. However, the Giants can bounce back. They come off a confidence boosting 72 point victory over Gold Coast in game that saw Jeremy Cameron star with nine goals. The Coleman Medalist Cameron was absent from the Giants line up in the Round 22 match against the Dogs. But it is in the middle where the game will be won and lost. The Giants will look to restrict the Dogs inside 50 entries and if the likes of Toby Greene, Lachie Whitfield and Tim Taranto can match Marcus Bontempelli, Jack Macrae and co they can pull of an upset.

Second Qualifying Final - Brisbane Lions v Richmond Tigers
Brisbane Lions Head to Head $2.20

Brisbane are the new kids on the block and line up in their first finals series since 2009. The Lions have ridden a wave of new found confidence to produce 16 wins this season, 11 more than their 2018 total of five victories. Interestingly, the two sides faced each other in their last match of the home and away season with Richmond claiming that by 27 points at the MCG. That was the ninth win in succession for the yellow and black. Brisbane won their nine games prior to that loss. The Lions can take some lessons out of the recent encounter. After a nervous start they were good after quarter time. Lachie Neale registered a staggering 51 possessions but the home side will need more from their forwards in Charlie Cameron and Eric Hipwood, who combined for just three goals. A key to this game might be the home ground advantage. Brisbane are unbeaten in 12 finals matches that have been played at the GABBA and have won 10 of 11 at the venue this season. Those stats are hard to ignore. 

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