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AFL Betting Tips

Get ahead of the competition this 2024 AFL season with our match previews and AFL betting tips for every game. The AFL is Australia’s biggest event and we have the best insights on all the games this season.

We dive deeper with our AFL football tips.

We crunch the numbers, analyse trends, and unlock insights traditional tipsters miss.

Find our latest expert AFL tips below.

AFL Footy Tips Round 11

AFL Betting Tips Round 11

AFL Footy Tips Round 11   Bulldogs vs Swans Thursday, […]
AFL Footy Tips Round 24

AFL Betting Tips Round 24

AFL Expert Tips Round 24   Essendon Bombers vs Collingwood […]
AFL Footy Tips Round 10

AFL Betting Tips Round 10

AFL Footy Tips Round 10 Suns vs Cats Thursday, May […]
AFL Footy Tips Round 9

AFL Betting Tips Round 9

AFL Footy Tips Round 9   Blues vs Demons Thursday, […]


2024 Season Predictions

This year the AFL season is starting off on a Thursday night between the Sydney Swans and the Melbourne Demons, lets take a look at the expert predictions for this season.

AFL Ladder Prediction 2024

Check out our prediction for how the ladder will finish.

  1. Sydney Swans
  2. GWS Giants
  3. Melbourne Demons
  4. Port Adelaide Power
  5. Carlton Blues
  6. Geelong Cats
  7. Gold Coast Suns
  8. Adelaide Crows
  9. Fremantle Dockers
  10. Brisbane Lions
  11. Collingwood Magpies
  12. Western Bulldogs
  13. St Kilda Saints
  14. Essendon Bombers
  15. Hawthorn Hawks
  16. Richmond Tigers
  17. North Melbourne Kangaroos
  18. West Coast Eagles

Grand Finalists  – Sydney Swans vs GWS Giants

Both the Swans and GWS have had fantastic runs these past few years, and even though the Swans have made it to the Grand Final recently, they haven’t quite been able to secure the win of wins. GWS, on the other hand, has consistently been a top team but also managed to get into the 8 time after time. Both teams have what it takes to get not only to the finals this year but to win.

Bolters: Carlton Blues 

Last year was a real eye-opener for Carlton fans as they made leaps and bounds up the ladder to show they have created an incredible team, this year we should expect to see them climb comfortably into the top eight and hold their position all the way through to finals.

Wooden Spoon: West Coast Eagles  

West Coast have suffered a few incredibly tough years and this year we expect them to fall into the same problems once again. Unfortunately they once again get the wooden spoon.

All AFL Round Tips

Below you can find all of our AFL tips round by round.

AFL Footy Tips Round 12

AFL Betting Tips Round 12

AFL Footy Tips Round 12   Melbourne vs Carlton Friday, […]
AFL Footy Tips Round 13

AFL Betting Tips Round 13

AFL Footy Tips Round 13   Sydney vs St Kilda […]
AFL Round 14 Tips

AFL Betting Tips Round 14

AFL Expert Tips Round 14 As we head into Round […]
AFL round 15 tips

AFL Betting Tips Round 15

AFL Expert Tips Round 15   Geelong vs Melbourne Thursday, […]
AFL Footy Tips Round 16

AFL Betting Tips Round 16

AFL Expert Tips Round 16   Brisbane vs Richmond Thursday, […]
AFL Footy Tips Round 17

AFL Betting Tips Round 17

AFL Expert Tips Round 17   Richmond Tigers vs Sydney […]
AFL Footy Tips Round 18

AFL Betting Tips Round 18

AFL Expert Tips Round 18   Sydney Swans vs Western […]
AFL Footy Tips Round 19

AFL Betting Tips Round 19

AFL Expert Tips Round 19   Essendon Bombers vs Western […]
AFL Footy Tips Round 20

AFL Betting Tips Round 20

AFL Expert Tips Round 20   Collingwood Magpies vs Carlton […]
AFL Footy Tips Round 21

AFL Betting Tips Round 21

AFL Expert Tips Round 21   Western Bulldogs vs Richmond […]
AFL Footy Tips Round 22

AFL Betting Tips Round 22

AFL Expert Tips Round 22   Collingwood Magpies vs Geelong […]
AFL Footy Tips Round 23

AFL Betting Tips Round 23

AFL Expert Tips Round 23   Collingwood Magpies vs Brisbane […]

Betting On The AFL

AFL betting is offered on a variety of markets, including the premiership, Brownlow Medal, Rising Star, and Coleman Medal.

No sport stirs the passions of Australians quite like the AFL. It is the country’s number one sport and provides a much-needed sense of community for all sports lovers.

From the outback of the Northern Territory to the southern tip of Tasmania, it seems like footy (Australian Rules Football) is only getting more popular. AFL betting has seen a big rise in punters, especially online. You no longer need to take a break from work to visit your local TAB or pub.

The days of queuing up to wager on your favourite football team are long gone. If you like sports, you may now bet on your favourite teams using online bookies such as Bluebet, Ladbrokes, BetDeluxe, Neds, and Palmerbet.

AFL betting is changing all the time. In the past, you only bet on the AFL team you thought would win in head-to-head markets or perhaps on each game’s winning margin. Now there are a variety of different AFL bets to choose from, including games, the AFL premiership, Brownlow Medal, Coleman Medal, Rising Star Awards, and even oddities like individual achievements. You can now combine several wagers into a Same Game Multi (a method of betting that is becoming increasingly popular).

If you’re looking for something a little different than a head-to-head AFL wager, how about betting on which player will score the first goal? Or perhaps which player will have the most disposals for the game? There are many more examples. Each weekend, bookmakers provide extra incentives to take advantage of.

AFL Bet Types

There are many ways to bet on AFL matches, but we’ll guide you through some of the most popular ones. See below for a summary of the most common types of AFL bets customers can make or read our more comprehensive guide on how to bet on AFL.


Head-to-Head betting is the simplest way to gamble on most sports matches. Simply select who you think will win, and if they do, so do you.


Line betting is when the bookmaker tries to level the playing field between two teams by setting a specific margin. For example, if the bookmaker believes Team A is 7 points better than ‘Team B’, they will handicap ‘Team A’ by 7 points. This means that in order for bettors on Team A to win their bets, ‘Team A’ must beat ‘Team B’ by more than 7 points.


The margin is the bookmaker’s offer for when you predict the end result score of a game. The punter must choose not just the winning team, but also the correct margin. If you think ‘Team A’ will defeat ‘Team B’ and want to wager on the margin, you must anticipate how many points there will be between the two teams at full-time. So, if you feel like ‘Team A’ will win by a margin of 1 to 39 points, ‘Team A’ must then win by that margin. If ‘Team B’ wins by that margin it does not count.


With this option, you can choose which player from either team you think will score the first goal of the game. You can also bet on anytime goalscorer which is usually a safer option.


Betting on the total is a popular choice. The Over and Under are two sides of the Total. The number of combined points between the two teams is referred to as the ‘Total’. For example, if the Demons and the Bulldogs are playing and you predict that the score will be UNDER -145, then the total score of the entire game must be less than 145. Alternatively, you can choose the OVER which means that they will have to score higher than a specified total.


How do you bet on the AFL?

Placing a bet on the AFL is easy, simply go to your favourite bookmaker website (we have an excellent selection right here), and under the sports tab, find ‘AFL’. From there click on the match you’d like to punt on, and then select your chosen market.

When is the 2024 AFL Grand Final?

The 2024 AFL Grand Final will be played on Saturday, 28 September 2024, at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), Melbourne.

How do you make money betting on the AFL?

If you want to make money on AFL, you must be calculating. Narrow down your search and concentrate on one or two areas of the national game.

AFL Betting Strategies to Specialise in:

  1. Utilise Live Betting.
  2. Take advantage of Futures betting odds.
  3. Bet early for better odds.
  4. Know your margins.
  5. Keep an eye on first goalscorers.
  6. understand player prop markets.
  7. Use Same Game Multis.
  8. bet on the Brownlow.

How does a line bet work in AFL?

Line betting is handicap betting for Australian rules football. When using line betting, you will see that the underdog receives points and the favourite gives away points to equalise things. For example, say there is a match between the Essendon Bombers and the Geelong Cats, Essendon would get a handicap to try and even the playing field.

What are AFL betting tips?

AFL tips are predictions made about the outcomes of AFL matches, which can help fans and punters make informed decisions about which teams to support in betting or fantasy leagues.

What should I consider when making AFL tips?

When making AFL tips, consider current team form, injuries, head-to-head statistics, venue performance, weather conditions, and any expert commentary (We already do this for you).

What is the difference between ‘tipping’ and ‘betting’?

Tipping is predicting the winners of AFL matches, often as part of a social competition, without necessarily involving monetary bets. Betting is wagering money on markets set by bookmakers, which can include match outcomes, player performances, and more.

Is it better to tip conservatively or take risks?

This depends on your competition’s rules and scoring. Conservative tipping often ensures steady points each round, while taking risks with ‘roughies’ can yield higher points but is more unpredictable.

What are the most common mistakes in AFL tipping?

Common mistakes include:

  • Over-relying on favourites.
  • Ignoring current team forms and news.
  • Not updating tips to reflect last-minute changes before match commencements.

Who has won the most AFL premierships?

The most VFL/AFL premierships have been won by Essendon (16) and Carlton (16). Only Fremantle, Gold Coast, and Greater Western Sydney, three of the league’s four newest clubs, are yet to win a championship.

If you bet on a player in the AFL and they get injured, what happens?

If the harm is caused by an accident during the first four rounds, all bets will be voided UNLESS a winner has already been determined via the judges’ scorecards.

AFL Fixture

Check the AFL fixture for upcoming AFL matches this season.

AFL Injury List

Keep up-to-date with your team’s injuries this week with our AFL injury list.

AFL Ladder Predictor

Check out the latest AFL ladder predictor to see where your team stacks up.

Other Betting Tips

We don’t just do AFL Tips; our team of experts also specialise in NRL betting and horse racing tips.