Sportsbet’s Special Bets On Round 6 Of The AFL

This Friday, Round 6 will bounce off at Melbourne’s Etihad Stadium when the Western Bulldogs take on St Kilda, and with the season opening up after last weekend’s results, the Round will certainly provide another bout of thrilling footy.

Once again, Sportsbet are offering some fun but rewarding markets for AFL fans, open to those just looking to place the odd dollar down on this weekend’s games – for an in-depth look into this week’s fixtures, click here.

Once again, Sportsbet are offering some fun but rewarding markets for AFL fans.

Going into Round 6 as the side favourite to emerge from the weekend as the lowest scoring team is Richmond at $3.50.

Still searching for their first win of the season, the Tigers are up against Geelong this Round, who will certainly be looking to assert themselves on the AFL, so Richmond look to be the safe bet for the market.

In what was a surprising turn of events, St Kilda were the lowest scorers last weekend, managing to claim just 44 points, and go into this weekend at $12 to score the lowest again this weekend.

Geelong are currently the most lucrative in the market, with odds of $151 and unsurprisingly top the market for the team to come away from this Round as the highest scorers at $1.75 – clear of the rest of the teams.

The Western Bulldogs scored the highest last weekend, with 121 points going their way, and go into Round 6 at $17 to score the highest once again, although will be up against the Saints.

Hawthorn, who face Essendon on Saturday evening, are second in the odds at $8.50 and could also be a worthy wager.

As per usual, Gary Ablett is topping the odds for the player to secure the most disposals over the weekend at $3 – the Cats player has been making his mark on the AFL and is always a strong performer.

The Pies’ player Dane Swan could also emerge with a strong number of possessions this Round, and has odds of $8.50.

Favourite to kick the most goals this Round are three players at equal $6 odds – Lance Franklin, Daniel Bradshaw and Brendan Fevola.

From Hawthorn, Sydney and Brisbane respectively, the three have certainly made an impact on the season with their clubs, and could all provide lucrative payouts this week.

The popular but tricky pick four market is once again offering some great odds, split up into two divisions; Friday/Saturday matches, and Saturday/Sunday.

Currently the safest bet over the Saturday/Sunday clashes is the combination of Western Bulldogs, Melbourne, Port Adelaide and Hawthorn with odds of $7.15, while over the Saturday/Sunday period is Sydney, Geelong, Collingwood and Fremantle at $3.55.

So to place a bet on this weekend’s action on the oval, or just to check out the latest odds, head to today.