AFL Premiership Odds - Tigers odds-on for back-to-back flags

Gary Emmerson 17 Sep 2018
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Richmond Tigers are odds-on to make it back-to-back AFL premierships ahead of the Preliminary Finals.

The reigning champion disposed of Hawthorn in the Qualifying Final and Neds now make them $1.90 to add to the minor premiership by winning the Grand Final again.

West Coast Eagles, who won a see-saw Qualifying Final against Collingwood, are $5.50 after that win booked a home Preliminary Final in the west.

But the Eagles have since been deposed as second favourites with Preliminary Final opponents Melbourne Demons replacing them at $5.00 despite having to travel to Perth for the encounter following their Semi-Final win over Hawthorn.

Collingwood lost the Eagles but kept their hopes alive with a Semi-Final win over GWS Giants to book a last four clash with Richmond. The Pies are, however, the $6.00 outsiders to win the Grand Final.

In the individual match betting for the Preliminary Finals, Sportsbet make the Tigers clear $1.40 favourites to defeat Collingwood ($3.00) at the MCG on Friday night and the Eagles are edging favouritism at $1.80 with the Demons $2.05 to cause an upset in the west.

AFL Grand Final Winner
Neds Market
Richmond Tigers $1.90
Melbourne Demons $5.00 
West Coast Eagles $5.50 
Collingwood Magpies $6.00

Richmond Tigers v Collingwood
Sportsbet Market
$1.40   Richmond
$3.00   Collingwood

West Coast Eagles v Melbourne Demons
Sportsbet Market
$1.80   West Coast
$2.05   Melbourne

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