2017 AFL Multi Round 21

$3.83 winner in our AFL Multi of the Week last time around to make for a very profitable weekend. The favourites are beginning to settle come the last few rounds of the season and we’ll look to take advantage of that this week in our Round 21 AFL Multi of the Week.

The first leg of our multi will feature the red-hot Swans to defeat Fremantle at the SCG on Saturday afternoon. The Swans have lost just two games, both to Hawthorn, since Round 6 and look to be one of the form sides in the comp. They will likely get Josh Kennedy back from injury this weekend and should be close to full strength. The Dockers were okay in their win over the Gold Coast on the weekend but the Swans are a different beast, should win comfortably.

Leg two of our multi will be the Eagles to defeat Carlton in Perth on Saturday night. The Eagles will likely need to win out from here to make the finals while the Blues are well and truly out of the playoff hunt and could be in tank mode in preparation for a solid draft pick. Matt Priddis is in line to return to the West Coast squad, which should bolster their contested ball in the midfield, where they were comfortably beaten by the Saints on the weekend. Could make a case for the Blues in Melbourne but can’t see the Eagles dropping this one in WA.

In the third leg of our multi we’ll be taking the Hawks to defeat the Kangaroos down in Tasmania on Sunday. The Roos were beaten convincingly by Collingwood on the weekend and could be without star forward Ben Brown for this weekend’s clash due to concussion. They’ll also likely be without Mason Wood, Sam Wright, Majak Daw and Jarrad Waite for the clash. Hawthorn no longer have anything to play for but do play well down in Tassy. Should get the chocolates here.

The final leg of our multi will feature the Power to bounce back after a tough loss to Adelaide on the weekend to beat Collingwood at home. Port Adelaide can still grab a top four spot if they manage to win out from here and with Richmond and Geelong playing each other this weekend their chances will be improved even more. Collingwood looked great on the weekend against the Roos but have little to play for here and could rest some key players rather than fly them over to Adelaide.

AFL Round 21 Multi – All bets placed with Sportsbet

Sydney to defeat Fremantle – $1.11
West Coast to defeat Carlton – $1.16
Hawthorn to defeat North Melbourne – $1.23
Port Adelaide to defeat Collingwood – $1.36

Total odds: $2.15
Return on $50: $107.69

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