With the second AFL bye week at hand it’s time to check Fortuna’s AFL Footy Tips Round 14 2016. Fortuna got 4 out of the 6 right last week bringing her total for the season to 80. Hopefully her AFL Footy Tips Round 14 2016 is a little better. I reckon I’m about due for another win.
Adelaide vs Nth Melbourne (Adelaide)
Collingwood vs Fremantle (MCG)
Richmond vs Brisbane (MCG)
GWS Giants vs Carlton (Spotless)
St. Kilda vs Geelong (Etihad)
Hawthorn vs Gold Coast (Aurora)
There are three games that I wouldn’t put a bet on this week. The first one is the Collingwood vs Fremantle game. Even though Fortuna has gone with Collingwood I reckon it could just as easily go Freo’s way.
The other two are GWS Giants vs Carlton and the Hawthorn vs Gold Coast games because, as you can see from the odds below, the odds just suck.
As far as placing a bet goes I’ve decided to go with William Hill this week as they have the best odds for my Multi-Bet. What was really cool, after logging on, was that William Hill have finally introduced the Cash Out feature to their members. As far as my bet goes you can see proof of it here.
As for the new William Hill Cash Out Feature, I reckon I just might do a followup post on how that works.
Once I placed my multi-bet I logged onto SportsBet to enter this weeks Million Dollar Tipping competition. While on there I wondered to myself why I haven’t been entering the NRL Million Dollar tipping as well. Shit, I may have missed out on winning $10,000! From this week on I will be entering tips for both the AFL and the NRL!
How have you been doing with your tips?
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