AFL Multibet Tips - 4-leg multi paying $130 on this weekend's AFL finals fixtures

Adam Cusworth 5 Sep 2018
  • The AFL Finals Series is upon us
  • We've picked out a 4-leg multibet that could get you rich
  • Check out our selections

The AFL finals have arrived and there are four fascinating games in store in week one of the series as we begin the countdown towards the Grand Final. 

We have previewed the action and picked out a four-leg multi that pays $130 for a $10 investment with BetEasy. 

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 6

First Qualifying Final, 7:20pm at MCG
Richmond v Hawthorn. Richmond 1-39 $1.85 at Sportsbet

Richmond have been the team to beat in 2018 and have won 18 of their 22 regular season matches. Their four losses all came interstate and they are unbeaten at the MCG in 2018. Hawthorn snuck into the top four on the back of a memorable win over Sydney but may find it tough against the Tigers on Thursday. Richmond are the proven performers and should hold the aces. Their balance around the ground is a factor and their aerial dominance in the back half of the ground will worry Hawthorn. Unless the Hawks coach, Alistair Clarkson, can pull another rabbit out of the hat it will be a win for the Tigers. Expect something in the vicinity of a 3-4 goal margin at the end of the four quarters. 

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 7

First Elimination Final, 7:50pm at MCG
Melbourne v Geelong Cats. Geelong Head to Head. Win $2.10 at Sportsbet

This shapes as a classic and little has separated the two sides this season with both of the contests going the way of Geelong in thrilling circumstances. The Cats boast an impressive midfield line up but it is the Demons that head them in a number of statistical measures. However, a key in this game will be Geelong's experience in finals. They have featured in the September action in 10 of the past 11 years and this should hold them in good stead. Only four Demons have played in a final, including the former Hawk, Jordan Lewis. The Cats come into this in some red hot form, enjoying successive 100+ point wins with those efforts coming against Fremantle and the Gold Coast Suns. They have also enjoyed a superior record against top eight sides in 2018 compared to Melbourne and have dominated the Demons in recent years, winning 15 of the past 16 games between the two sides. A host of their big names are in great form, including the 2016 Brownlow Medalist, Patrick Dangerfield, as well as the likes of Gary Ablett and Tim Kelly. They look to be the value in the head to head betting. 

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 8

Second Elimination Final, 4:20pm at SCG
Sydney Swans v GWS Giants. GWS Giants $2.15 at Sportsbet

The AFL's two Sydney based sides, the Sydney Swans and the GWS Giants, square off in what shapes as a tantalising Elimination Final at the SCG on Saturday September 8. Both sides would be slightly disappointed with their finishing position's but have had to deal with a number of injuries throughout the year. The week off between Round 23 and this final may just benefit GWS the most as they are set to regain a stack of players from a range of injury issues. When the Giants are up and about they do play the better brand of footy and can get on top at winning the contested possessions and clearances with their midfield batting much deeper than the Swans. Look for the likes of Callan Ward, Stephen Coniglio and Dylan Shiel to have a say in proceedings and if their forwards can convert in front of goal it will be farewell to Sydney for 2018.

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER

Second Qualifying Final, 8:10pm at Optus Stadium
West Coast Eagles v Collingwood. West Coast Eagles Head to Head $1.57 at Sportsbet

The final game of the weekend sees Collingwood travel to Perth to take on the West Coast Eagles. Both sides have exceeded expectations this season but the home side appear to be better positioned to claim this and thus earn a home Preliminary Final. Josh Kennedy is a key inclusion for West Coast and with the power forward in the side, the Eagles have barely missed a beat all season. They also have a tremendous record at Perth Stadium in 2018, while they chalked up a Round 17 win over Collingwood at the MCG when their aerial dominance was a decisive factor. It has been well documented that the Magpies have a number of injured players on their list an they have done a brilliant job to keep winning. But this one does look a bridge to far for the black and white. Take the Eagles to win in this one. 

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