AFL Multibet Tips - 5-leg multi paying $152 on this weekend's AFL games

Adam Cusworth 17 Aug 2018
  • Round 22 features some huge games
  • We've picked out a 5-leg multibet that could get you rich
  • Check out our selections

Round 22 of the AFL home and away season shapes as a pivotal one for a number of sides with the finals series just two weeks away. 

We have previewed the action and picked out a 5-leg multi that pays $152 for a $10 bet with Beteasy 

Richmond v Essendon, MCG (7.50pm)
Richmond 1-39 $2.05

Friday night footy sees Richmond take on Essendon. The Bombers will be throwing everything at Richmond in their bid to stay alive but the Tigers have dominated the games between the two sides in recent seasons, taking out the last seven, including the Round 11 'Dreamtime at the G' encounter this year by 71 points. They have an unbelievable record at the MCG, winning their past 19 at the venue, while Essendon are just one win from seven attempts at the venue this year. The Bombers should have plenty of solid contributors against Richmond, however, the Tigers are renowned for their depth and are one of the most even sides in recent memory. The cream will rise in this one.

Saturday August 18- Collingwood v Port Adelaide, MCG (1.45pm)
Collingwood Head to Head- Win $1.42

This is a huge game for both sides and it is Collingwood that appear to have the advantage in a number of areas in this game. They average more disposals, contested possessions, marks and hitouts, while they have also been the superior attacking side in 2018. Port Adelaide rank higher for clearances and are similar for inside 50s but they will have to do it without their focal point in attack in Charlie Dixon, who damaged his ankle. Paddy Ryder is another in doubt and with Brodie Grundy, Scott Pendlebury and Steele Sidebottom running amok in the middle of the ground, this one looks ripe for the taking for the home side. 

GWS Giants v Sydney Swans, Spotless Stadium (4.35pm)
GWS Giants Head to Head $1.70

GWS have been posted as slight favourites for this game and look to have a bit of a class edge in the middle of the ground. Sydney come into calculations on the back of their experience in big games, while the Giants massive injury list will also obviously be a help. However, GWS are strong at the venue, winning five of seven there this season and they are the form side of the competition with nine wins in their past 10 games. Lachie Whitfield, Dylan Shiel and Callan Ward provide plenty of midfield depth and the expansion club will take another step towards a top four berth. 

Gold Coast Suns $4 v Brisbane Lions $1.25, Metricon Stadium (7.25pm)
Brisbane -25.5 $1.92 

The two Queensland based sides have struggled in 2018, winning four games each, however, the Lions have had the better form in recent times, winning three games in a row from Round's 14 to 16. While they have since lost their next four, two of those were by under a goal. The Suns have been largely dreadful since earlier in the season and have lost 14 of their past 15. Asides from a shock win over the Sydney Swans by 24 points in Round 18 they have been largely uncompetitive. The have battled to kick a winning score in recent times and rank 17th in the competition for points for, while the Lions have fared better and are 11th in this area. Look for Dayne Beams and Dayne Zorko to have an influence in the middle, while Eric Hipwood is among a number of Brisbane's young guns that should help secure a comprehensive win. 

Sunday August 19- West Coast Eagles v Melbourne, Perth Stadium (3.20pm)
West Coast H2H- Win $1.60

Another pivotal fixture is the Sunday clash between West Coast and Melbourne. The Eagles come off a thriller in Round 21, defeating Port Adelaide with a goal after the siren from Jeremy McGovern but on the same weekend, Melbourne went down to the Sydney Swans by nine points. That loss continued the Demons winless streak against sides in the top half of the ladder. Simon Goodwin's side are 0-7 against the top nine teams. Statistically, Melbourne rank higher than West Coast in a number of measures but the dominance in those numbers has not always translated to a win for the Demons. West Coast have been excellent at their new home ground of Perth Stadium and can extend the frustration for Melbourne fans.  

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.



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