2023 AFL Ladder Predictor
Last updated Monday, September 11, 2023
Every AFL Season we forecast the AFL ladder and update it each week to give the best forecast for how the final standing will be for this years AFL season, we take many things into account to give us the best AFL Ladder predictor on the internet including home and away advantages, injuries, how players stack up against their opposition plus so much more to ensure our AFL Finals predictor is the best one out there.
Check out the AFL Ladder predictor below.
|Port Adelaide Power|
|St Kilda Saints|
|Gold Coast Suns|
|North Melbourne Kangaroos|
|West Coast Eagles|
Last Year AFL Ladder
We track the AFL every year not just for the entire season but for the off season as well, last season there were a few surprises in the AFL ladder including a few key teams missing finals with the forward line playing a big part in the final ladder standings and also in the Grand Final.
Games Won and Lost in 2022
The following table is a guide to how many games were won and lost by teams with a home and away advantage, we will discuss each column so you can better understand how it works.
|Team||Home Advantage||Neutral||Away Disadvantage||Total Wins|
|St Kilda Saints||2||5||4||11|
|Port Adelaide Power||6||2||2||10|
|Gold Coast Suns||5||2||3||10|
|North Melbourne Kangaroos||1||1||0||2|
Home Advantage – The Home Advantage column represents games where there is a distinct advantage for one team over another, for example, if the West Coast Eagles are playing at home against the Essendon Bombers then the Eagles have a significant advantage due to a number of factors including interstate travel of the opposing team, local fan base, and time difference (even though it is minor in Australia it is still worth noting considering night games can change by several hours)
Neutral – The Neutral column represents games won that were played with no significant home or away advantage, these include games with a loyal fan base for both teams, may not be played at the home stadium but will still be in the surrounding area such as Collingwood (MCG home ground) playing St Kilda (Marvel Stadium).
Away Disadvantage – The Away Disadvantage column represents games won where the team had a distinct disadvantage, for example, this would be for a game where the Geelong Cats travel to South Australia to play the Adelaide Crows, the Adelaide Crows have an extremely loyal fan based, there is a slight time difference, and the Cats will be playing on a field they rarely play at.
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AFL Injury List
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