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AFL multi bet of the week

THE full rounds of footy are finally back and the multi backers are jumping for joy after a weekend to remember.

The Swans and the Dogs recorded nail-biting wins to generate us a healthy $5.20 dividend, and this week we are hunting a similar result.

The bookies are offering some generous odds on teams given they are unsure of where exactly they sit in the overall scheme of things, but we are confident we can exploit this and put together back-to-back wins.

Let’s get stuck into it.

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Selections for the Round 15 multi of the week:

Sydney Swans to beat Melbourne Demons ($1.80)

Gold Coast Suns to defeat North Melbourne Kangaroos ($1.78)

GWS Giants to beat Geelong Cats ($1.36)

Fremantle Dockers to win against the St Kilda Saints ($1.82)

Combined multi value: $7.90 @

Melbourne Demons vs. Sydney Swans

Friday, June 30 from 7.50 pm AEST, Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne

Two of the hottest teams in the AFL meet on Friday night at the MCG as the Demons host the Swans.

The Swans surged late to topple the Dons in one of the comebacks of the year. Sydney were dead in the water but found a way to win after Gary Rohan kicked a goal with the last possession of the match.

The Demons won in equally as impressive fashion, overcoming the Eagles in the west. Melbourne came back hard and took the lead late in the match and were never headed to kepe their top-four dreams alive.

Melbourne goes into the contest however missing Jesse Hogan, Jeff Garlett, Christian Salem, Nathan Jones and Jack Watts. Any team that is missing six of their best 22 will struggle, but these are some of the Dees’ top-tier players.

Sydney should win this one based on available players to keep their finals chances alive.

Sydney Swans to win – $1.80

Gold Coast Suns vs. North Melbourne Kangaroos

Saturday, July 1 from 4.35 pm AEST, Metricon Stadium, Gold Coast

The Gold Coast Suns are on their last chance for finals redemption as they host the North Melbourne Kangaroos, who still believe they are a genuine top-eight threat.

The Suns were admirable last week against the Saints without their milestone man Gary Ablett, who should return this week from a calf injury. The dual Brownlow Medallist is due to play his 300th game, which gives the home team added incentive to play well.

North Melbourne again blew a golden opportunity to win a match this weekend, this time going down to the reigning premier Bulldogs by a solitary point. Coach Brad Scott still believes his team are an outside chance to make finals but we disagree.

The Suns have it all to play for and the Roos are treading water. We are backing the Gold Coast to bounce back and get the job done for the little maestro.

Gold Coast Suns to win – $1.78 multi builder

GWS Giants vs. Geelong Cats

Saturday, July 1 from 7.25 pm AEST, Spotless Stadium, Geelong

There are serious premiership ramifications in the third leg of our AFL multi as the Giants host the Cats in the west of Sydney.

The Giants did it easily last week despite missing a host of stars, hammering the Lions by ten goals. The visitors were well served up forward by Toby Greene, Johnathan Patton and Jeremy Cameron who combined for 12 of their team’s 22 goals.

The Cats did it the hard way last week against the Dockers, but came away with the points nonetheless. Captain Joel Selwood was knocked out early in the game and did not return, and is no certainty to line up against the Giants.

If Selwood missed out, as expected, Geelong will have a hard time matching the hard-running GWS midfield, and we are backing the home side to consolidate their position at the top of the ladder.

GWS Giants to win – $1.36

Fremantle Dockers vs. St Kilda Saints

Sunday, June 30 from 7.40 pm AEST, Domain Stadium, Perth

The Ross Lyon Cup rounds out our AFL multi this week as the Dockers host the Saints at Domain Stadium.

The Dockers return to Perth after a horrible loss down at Simonds Stadium. Fremantle were in control for the majority of the game and even had a chance on the siren to win the match but failed to secure the four points. It is a match they may rue come the end of the season.

The Saints did what they had to against an undermanned Suns outfit, but they were far from convincing. Their forward line is one of the most erratic in the league and their defence is susceptible to conceding big scores.

We think the Dockers should be heavy favourites going into this one, and we are more than happy to take the over-the-top odds on the home side here.

Fremantle Dockers to win – $1.78

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