If you followed last weeks tips you’d be pretty happy with the AFL round 20 2017 results. Fortuna managed one of her best AFL tipping rounds tipping 8 out of 9 in her AFL round 20 2017 results.
Fortuna’s AFL Round 20 2017 Results
Unfortunately getting one wrong means you totally stuffed any chances of winning the Sportsbet’s Million Dollar Tipping competition. Even if I did tip with 100% accuracy I still wouldn’t have won the Million Dollar tipping competition because I was no where near getting the margin right for the Showdown 43! Shit, the Crows pummeled Port Power so hard that I missed the margin by 71 points!
A little more about the Showdown a little later. I reckon we should take a look at the Geelong vs Sydney game to see what went wrong.
Geelong coach Chris Scott mentions that at least part of the reason for Geelong’s loss was because of Dangerfield’s omission due to his suspension. There are some who would say that perhaps Geelong relies too much on Dangerfield.
Others may think that Billy Brownless has the right idea by blaming the umpires for Geelong’s loss. Really Billy? maybe if they loss by a few points but you can’t blame bad umpiring when your team gets thumped by 46 points!
Crows Win Showdown 43
A Foxsports article states that Port played so dismally during showdown 43 that people wouldn’t blame Port Adelaide supporters for walking out early. Really? I thought as supporters you should support your team through good moments as well as bad ones. I don’t think that walling out on your team is really an option.
Having said that I wouldn’t blame them if they gave their team a little spray via social media.
As for the Crows. I don’t care how badly the Power played, the Crows deserved winning Showdown 43. If anything, Port can count themselves lucky that the Crows accuracy wasn’t what it should have been. If they were kicking straight Port would really have suffered a humiliating defeat instead of being trounced by a mere 84 points
Naturally, the highlight of the game was me winning my bet.
How did you go with your AFL round 20 2017 results.?
With only 4 rounds to go before finals time is running out for Fortuna’s perfect tipping result. Lets hope that her AFL round 20 2017 tips will do the trick. Enough with the preamble, time to check Fortuna’s AFL round 20 2017 tips!
Fortuna’s AFL Round 20 2017 Tips
- Geelong vs Sydney (Simonds)
- GWS Giants vs Melbourne (Manuka)
- Essendon vs Carlton (MCG)
- Brisbane vs Western Bulldogs (Gabba)
- Nth. Melbourne vs Collingwood (Etihad)
- Fremantle vs Gold Coast (Domain)
- St. Kilda vs West Coast (Etihad)
- Richmond vs Hawthorn (MCG)
- Adelaide Crows vs Port Power (Adelaide)
There’s a couple of games there which are going to be too close to call, the Geelong vs Sydney and the Richmond vs Hawthorn games. Especially the Richmond vs Hawthorn game. I’m going to stay clear of those ones.
Time to check out which online sports betting sites is offering the best odds for AFL round 20. In case you’re new to this blog I recommend and use Sportsbet, William Hill and Bet365. I joined these top three online sports betting sites to avail myself of the best odds and to take advantage of recurring special deals. Although not a member my research shows Unibet and Luxbet are also great sites.
Best AFL Odds Round 20 2017
Who Will Win Showdown 43?
For this weeks bet I’ve decided to go for the Crows in Showdown 43. The question of course is who the hell is going to win Showdown 43? To date they are dead even winning 21 Showdowns each. Having said that, the Crows have won the last 4. That doesn’t mean a thing as anyone can win when it comes to Showdowns.
Showdowns are exciting enough as it is, but I reckon putting $10 on the Crows to win will make the excitement factor go through the roof. I’m going with Sportsbet because I want to take advantage of their 24 up payout promotion. This is where you automatically win once your team is up by 24 points, even if they lose!
You can see my bet here.
Whatever you do, don’t forget to enter the Sportsbet Million Dollar Tipping competition. It’s free to members and there’s $5,000 up for grabs every week for AFL tipsters.