With round 21 just around the corner it’s time to look at Fortuna’s AFL Round 21 Tips. Personally I’m quite happy with Fortuna’s tips this year. Sure she’s had so pretty bad results this year by her total score to date of 121 is still pretty good. That plays the fact that her tips and my selections of bets have increased my sports betting payroll is also a bonus. A lot of that is thanks to Sportsbet‘s cash back special where you get your bet refunded as long as your team has led in at least one quarter.
So, let’s have a look at Fortuna’s AFL Round 21 for 2016.
Western Bulldogs vs Collingwood (Etihad)
Brisbane vs Carlton (Gabba)
Hawthorn vs Nth Melbourne (MCG)
GWS Giants vs West Coast (Spotless)
St Kilda vs Sydney (Etihad)
Port Adelaide vs Melbourne (Adelaide)
Essendon vs Gold Coast (Etihad)
Richmond vs Geelong (MCG)
Fremantle vs Adelaide (Domain)
As you all know, once I have Fortuna’s AFL Round 21 tips handy, my next step is to check my top three online sports betting sites to see what AFL odds they’re offering.
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Western Bulldogs Collingwood
GWS Giants West Coast
Sydney Port Adelaide
Gold Coast Richmond
If you recall, I did pretty well last week with my bets so I thought I may as well use the same betting plan this week.
My first bet will be on Carlton to beat Brisbane. Once again I’ll be taking advantage of Sportsbet‘s cash back offer. That way even if they lose I’ll still get my money back as long as they’ve led in one quarter. If either of those come to pass I’ll be placing another bet on Port Adelaide to beat Melbourne. Yeah I know the Power is so bloody unreliable but surely they can lead in at least one quarter. :tongue_out:
As I did last week I’ll be placing proof of my bets in my AFL round 21 results post.
Oh, one thing I made sure I did this week, something I forgot to do last week, is to enter the Million Dollar Tipping for both the AFL and NRL to double my chances of winning that $10,000!
What’s your plan for sports betting this week?
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