We’re now into our third bye week and I’m hoping that Fortuna’s, our very own lady luck, AFL Footy Tips Round 15 2016 is even better than last weeks result. As you know last week she scored 5 out of seven bringing this years total to 85! I’m sure a lot of punters out there were very surprised when Geelong lost to St. Kilda.
OK, let’s take a look at Fortuna’s AFL Footy Tips Round 15 2016.
West Coast vs Essendon (Domain)
Port Adelaide vs Richmond (Adelaide)
Gold Coast vs St. Kilda (Metricon)
Sydney vs Western Bulldogs (SGC)
Carlton vs Collingwood (MCG)
Melbourne vs Adelaide (MCG)
Of Fortuna’s tips I have no doubt that West Coast will beat Essendon. If Essendon manages to win that one I reckon they would have done some deal with a sports demon. Either that or West Coast goes in half cocked.
The only game that I think can go either way is the Carlton vs Collingwood game. That’s one match that won’t be included in any of my bets this week. :no-no:
Now that I have Fortuna’s AFL Footy Tips Round 15 2016 it’s time to have a look at what odds the top three online sports bookies are offering.
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West Coast Essendon Port Adelaide
Richmond Gold Coast St Kilda Sydney Western Bulldogs
All three online sports betting sites have been around for years and are trusted by millions of punters world wide. I recommend joining more than one online sports betty site partly so I can be assured of getting the best odds but also so I have something to fall back on if one of them is offline for whatever reason.
This week I’ve decided to go with William Hill again because they have the Multi Insurance offer where as long as you do a 4 leg multi you get your money back (up to $50) if one of your leg fails. That’s one better than Sportsbet where you have to place a 5 leg multi bet. You can see this weeks bet HERE.
Sportsbet’s Million Dollar Tipping
Now all I have to do is to place my tips in Sportsbet’s Million Dollar Tipping competition. I was only one off last week. I even entered the NRL tipping and got 5 out of the seven right. Pretty good considering I don’t follow the NRL. Considering it’s free for members I figured I may as well do both.
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