I don’t know about you but it’s pretty bloody boring now that the AFL season is over. There’s not much on TV these days so what is a guy supposed to do. Luckily I have this blog to keep me amused. Especially when I research those Hot Sports Babes posts. Speaking of which, have you voted for your hottest sports babe yet?
What’s really aggravating is now that the AFL is over I need to find something else to put a bet on. Problem is I don’t really know much about any other sports. :thinkin:
Did you know that you can actually place a bet on the 2015 AFL Premiership winner? Yep, and like I’ve said before placing an early bet can get you pretty good odds. Let’s check out what our favourite sports betting sites are offering on the AFL 2015 Premiership.
What a disappointment that was. It seems that bet365 is the first one off the blocks as far as releasing the AFL 2015 premiership odds. Not to worry, it just means I’ll have to do another post at a later date when the other two catch up.
Can you imagine being a St Kilda supporter and placing ten bucks on your team and they actually won? You would have an extra $5000 to spend over Christmas. Or perhaps you could spend it on a nice holiday or put it towards that engagement ring you’ve been planning to buy.
It’s interesting that the Crows are somewhere in the middle at 26.00. I would have thought that not having a coach to get them to the AFL 2015 premiership would have put them a lot lower in the table. :tongue_out:
It will be interesting to see how those odds change the closer we get to the AFL 2015 grand final. It will also be interesting to see how the other two site’s odds compare with bet365. Once they decide to publish them that is. 😉
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