Special Bets On Round 4 Of The AFL With Sportsbet

On Friday night, at the Subiaco Oval in Western Australia, Round 4 of the 2010 AFL Season will bounce off as the West Coast Eagles take on Essendon, and with the season heating up, so are the options at Sportsbet!

For an in-depth preview of this weekend’s matches and the head-to-head odds, click here.

Going into this weekend’s events as favourites to emerge the lowest scoring team are Fremantle, going into Round 4 at $5.50.

Up against the dominant Saints, Freo may struggle to beat the top of the table holders; however have had a good start to their Season, and look likely to score this weekend after their high scoring battle against the Cats last round and with the news Chris Tarrant looks set to return..

Port Adelaide and Richmond are close in the odds at $6 and $6.50 respectively.

The Power are up against defending Champions Geelong, and after Geelong’s impressive form, may be held from a high score – resulting in a more lucrative bet.

Richmond are against Melbourne this weekend and the Tigers have not yet won a match – so could be another safe bet for the market.

In contrast, the Cats are topping the market for the team to come out of Round 4 as the highest scoring team at $3.

With the season heating up, so are the options at Sportsbet!

Having hit some high numbers this season, Geelong look to be the safe bet for the market, with Melbourne the next in line at $6.50.

The Brisbane Lions and the Western Bulldogs are even in the odds at $9 – an interesting concept considering they are facing each other.

Sportsbet is also offering the four winner market – spanning either the Friday/Saturday games or the Saturday/Sunday matches.

Currently topping the odds for the Friday/Saturday market is the combination of the West Coast Eagles, Sydney, Carlton and Collingwood at $7.50, while swapping Carlton for Adelaide puts the odds to $7.85 – another strong possibility.

Ladbrokes.com.au also has mainstream markets on offer to punters, including head-to-heads, and a new ‘Toothless Tigers’ section – especially for punting on the bottom of the table Richmond, so head to the website now!