AFL Multi Bet Tips – Week 2

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AFL Multi Bet Tips

The AFL competition re-starts this week after the break due to Covid-19. Our expert AFL betting tipsters have researched each team to offer AFL multi bet tips plus same game multi bet tips for every game. Checkout our AFL betting selections for this round below.

AFL Win Margin Multi Bet – Week 2

Richmond 1-39 | $2.00
Geelong 1-39 | $2.00
Brisbane 1-39 | $1.83
Melbourne 1-39 | $2.00
Port Adelaide 1-39 | $1.83
West Coast 1-39 | $1.91
GWS 1-39 | $1.91
Sydney 1-39 | $2.10
Western Bulldogs 1-39 | $2.00

AFL Win Margin Multi Bet | $392 – Sportsbet

Collingwood v Richmond

Richmond was extremely slick early in their match against Carlton in March before taking their foot off the gas, while Collingwood monstered the Western Bulldogs. Richmond should be too good in this game but by no more than 20-30 points.

Head to Head: Richmond
Win Margin: Richmond 1-39
Line: Richmond (-8.5)
Anytime Goalscorer: Jack Riewoldt
Anytime Goalscorer: Dustin Martin
Total Points: Under (+138.5)

AFL 5 Leg Same Game Multi | $6 – Sportsbet

Geelong v Hawthorn

Hawthorn won comfortably by 28-points thanks to the efforts of Tom Mitchell, Luke Breust and Shaun Burgoyne, and you wouldn’t be foolish for thinking the Hawks are a little over the odds at their current quote. The Cats boast a formidable record at home, although much of that is built on the feasting of interstate clubs. In saying that, the absence of Jaeger O’Meara (facial fracture) helps them enormously.

Head to Head: Geelong
Win Margin: Geelong 1-39
Line: Geelong (-9.5)
Anytime Goalscorer: Luke Breust
Anytime Goalscorer: Gary Ablett
Total Points: Over (+137.5)

AFL 6 Leg Same Game Multi | $9.50 – Sportsbet

Brisbane v Fremantle

Those expecting Brisbane to hit the ground running in round one following a straight-sets exit last September were left scratching their heads after a meek performance in the loss to Hawthorn. Fremantle, on the other hand, have plenty to hold their heads high about after losing by only six-points to the Bombers in Melbourne, but unfortunately, things might turn out a little tougher this time around.

Head to Head: Brisbane
Win Margin: Brisbane 40+
Line: Brisbane (-18.5)
Anytime Goalscorer: Eric Hipwood
Anytime Goalscorer: Michael Walters
Total Points: Under (+133.5)

AFL 6 Leg Same Game Multi | $11 – Sportsbet

Carlton v Melbourne

Carlton put up a fight against the Tigers in the season-opener and almost looked a chance in the late stages, while the Demons certainly weren’t disgraced in their 27-point loss to West Coast in Perth. Fremantle, meanwhile, was put on the back foot from the start against Essendon in their Round 1 match at Marvel Stadium, and while they produced a much better second half, fell short to lose by six points.

Head to Head: Melbourne
Win Margin: Melbourne 1-39
Line: Melbourne (-10.5)
Anytime Goalscorer: Tom McDonald
Anytime Goalscorer: Bayley Fritsch
Anytime Goalscorer: Eddie Betts
Anytime Goalscorer: Harry McKay
Total Points: Over (+141.5)

AFL 7 Leg Same Game Multi | $8.50 – Sportsbet

Port Adelaide v Adelaide

To their credit, the Crows did put up a fight against the Swans in Round 1 where they lost by only three points, but considering the Power are coming off a 47-point win over the Suns, it’s no surprise to see Port favoured heavily in the market. Despite the opposition they faced in Round 1, the Power will be hard to beat as they look to make it two from two to re-start the 2020 season.

Head to Head: Port Adelaide
Win Margin: Port Adelaide 1-39
Line: Port Adelaide (-15.5)
Anytime Goalscorer: Robbie Gray
Anytime Goalscorer: Darcy Fogarty
Total Points: Over (+128.5)

AFL 6 Leg Same Game Multi | $8.75 – Sportsbet

Gold Coast v West Coast

The Eagles’ first match in their new Gold Coast hub will see them take on the local team, the Suns, in what looms as a Saturday night mismatch at Metricon Stadium. Prior to the season’s suspension, the Eagles led from start to finish to defeat Melbourne by 27 points. Despite now having to play away from home for an indefinite period of time, the Eagles should get the job done on Saturday night.

Head to Head: West Coast
Win Margin: West Coast 1-39
Line: West Coast (-31.5)
Anytime Goalscorer: Jack Darling
Anytime Goalscorer: Alex Sexton
Total Points: Over (+127.5)

AFL 6 Leg Same Game Multi | $28 – Sportsbet

Greater Western Sydney v North Melbourne

The Giants were arguably the most impressive team of Round 1, leading from lights to flag to defeat the Geelong Cats by 32 points in which they scored at 85% accuracy, booting 17 goals from 20 scoring shots. The Kangaroos side has won only one of their last four games against GWS, although, on the other hand, the Giants are yet to win a home game against them since they entered the league.

Head to Head: Greater Western Sydney
Win Margin: Greater Western Sydney 1-39
Line: Greater Western Sydney (-19.5)
Anytime Goalscorer: Toby Greene
Anytime Goalscorer: Harry Himmelberg
Total Points: Over (+140.5)

AFL 6 Leg Same Game Multi | $9.50 – Sportsbet

Sydney v Essendon

Both sides will go into this match with major injury concerns, with Buddy Franklin to miss up to two months due to a hamstring injury he aggravated at training, while Orazio Fantasia and Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti appear unlikely to line up for the Bombers. Buoyed by a tight win over Adelaide in round one, the rebuilding Swans are entitled to believe a 2-0 start is achievable.

Head to Head: Sydney
Win Margin: Sydney 1-39
Line: Sydney (-4.5)
Anytime Goalscorer: Tom Papley
Anytime Goalscorer: Jake Stringer
Anytime Goalscorer: Isaac Heeney
Total Points: Over (+135.5)

AFL 7 Leg Same Game Multi | $8.50 – Sportsbet

St Kilda v Western Bulldogs

Both sides suffered disappointing Round 1 defeat, with the Saints giving up a 31-point lead against a depleted North Melbourne side to lose by two points, while the Bulldogs were made to look second rate against Collingwood, losing by 52 points. We know at their very best the Dogs are capable of beating just about anyone, and with two wins from their last three against St Kilda, they should be bouncing-back here after having plenty of time to reflect on their shortcomings.

Head to Head: Western Bulldogs
Win Margin: Western Bulldogs 1-39
Line: Western Bulldogs (-9.5)
Anytime Goalscorer: Aaron Naughton
Anytime Goalscorer: Josh Bruce
Anytime Goalscorer: Tim Membrey
Anytime Goalscorer: Max King
Total Points: Under (+140.5)

AFL 7 Leg Same Game Multi | $15.25 – Sportsbet