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Richmond Tigers AFL

After 37 years of pain, frustration and humiliation, the Richmond Football Club won the 2017 AFL Grand Final in incredible fashion, climbing from 13th on the ladder in 2016 to blitz the competition and taste the ultimate success.

That made the Tigers the team to beat in 2018, and back-to-back flags looked all but inevitable until they were stunned by a rampaging Collingwood side in the preliminary finals.

Now, armed with more firepower than ever after signing Tom Lynch from the Gold Coast Suns, Richmond are hell bent on returning to the top. Let’s take a look at their title odds for the 2019 AFL season and find some value for punters.

About the Richmond Tigers

Established: 1885
Home ground: MCG
Coach: Damien Hardwick
Captain: Trent Cotchin
Premierships: 11 – 1920-21, 1932, 1934, 1943, 1967, 1969, 1973-74, 1980, 2017
2018 ladder finish: 1st

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Updated Richmond futures betting

2019 Premiership Make Finals Make Top 4 Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
Jan $5 $1.12 $1.50 D Martin $8 T Lynch $9
Feb $5 $1.12 $1.60 D Martin $6 S Bolton $34 T Lynch $9
Mar $5 $1.12 $1.60 D Martin $6 N Balta $26 T Lynch $9
Apr $11 $1.40 $3 T Cotchin $67 N Balta $26 T Lynch $4
May $7 $1.10 $1.80 T Cotchin $151 J Ross $17 T Lynch $5.50
Jun $9 $1.07 $2.40 T Cotchin $151 S Stack $6 T Lynch $10
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Richmond 2019 AFL fixture

Tigers AFL schedule
Round Opponent Venue Date Time
1 Carlton Blues MCG Thursday, March 21 7:20pm AEDT
2 Collingwood Magpies MCG Thursday, March 28 7:20pm AEDT
3 GWS Giants Sydney Showground Saturday, April 6 4:35pm AEDT
4 Port Adelaide Power Adelaide Oval Saturday, April 13 4:05pm ACST
5 Sydney Swans Marvel Stadium Saturday, April 20 7:25pm AEST
6 Melbourne Demons MCG Wednesday, April 24 7:35pm AEST
7 Western Bulldogs Marvel Stadium Saturday, May 4 7:25pm AEST
8 Fremantle Dockers Optus Stadium Sunday, May 12 3:20pm AWST
9 Hawthorn Hawks MCG Sunday, May 19 3:20pm AEST
10 Essendon Bombers MCG Saturday, May 25 7:25pm AEST
11 North Melbourne Kangaroos Marvel Stadium Friday, May 31 7:50pm AEST
12 Geelong Cats MCG Friday, June 7 7:50pm AEST
13 Adelaide Crows Adelaide Oval Thursday, June 13 7:20pm ACST
14 BYE
15 St Kilda Saints Marvel Stadium Sunday, June 30 1:10pm AEST
16 Gold Coast Suns Metricon Saturday, July 6 2:10pm AEST
17 GWS Giants MCG Sunday, July 14 1:10pm AEST
18 Port Adelaide Power MCG Saturday, July 20 1:45pm AEST
19 Collingwood Magpies MCG Friday, July 26 7:50pm AEST
20 Melbourne Demons MCG Saturday, August 3 7:25pm AEST
21 Carlton Blues MCG Sunday, August 11 3:20pm AEST
22 West Coast Eagles MCG Sunday, August 18 1:10pm AEST
23 Brisbane Lions MCG TBA TBA

Richmond players to watch in 2019

Tom Lynch AFL bettingTom Lynch
Born: 31/10/1992
Games: 131
Goals: 254
Position: Forward

Lynch’s arrival transforms the small, speedy Richmond forward line of the past few years into a veritable forest of tall timber. With support from Jack Riewoldt and Josh Caddy, the former Gold Coast Suns co-captain looks primed for his biggest year yet.

Daniel Rioli AFL bettingDaniel Rioli
Born: 16/4/1997
Games: 55
Goals: 51
Position: Forward

A foot injury kept Rioli out of the senior side until round 13 last year, but he slotted back in like he had never been away. The small forward is renowned for his pressure acts, but he has plenty more in his locker and will look to reach a new level in 2019.

Noah Balta AFL bettingNoah Balta
Born: 23/10/1999
Games: –
Goals: –
Position: Utility

There are a few likely types floating around the fringes of Richmond’s best 22, but Balta is the one who stood out in the JLT Community Series. The versatile tall can play just about anywhere and is all but certain to get his first taste of AFL footy this year.

Richmond Tigers records

Most matches: Kevin Bartlett – 403 (1965–1983)
Most goals kicked in one match: Doug Strang – 14 goals (R2, 1931)
Most Best & Fairest awards: Jack Dyer – 6 (1932, 1937-1940, 1946)
Most matches as coach: Tom Hafey – 248 (1966–1976)
Most goals in a season: Michael Roach – 112 (1980)
Most career goals: Jack Titus – 980 (1926–1943)

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