AFL Round 21 – Fixtures, Previews & Betting

Well we are a matter of days away from the end of the regular 2010 AFL Season as we embark on round 21 this weekend, and for many teams, this round is do or die.

As the stakes truly rise now is the most exciting time to be wagering on the AFL, so if you want to see the most lucrative place to put your hard-earned money then head to Sportsbet.

Round 20 saw the season’s leaders Collingwood edge further ahead of the pack at the top of the table, with a trouncing of Essendon. While the Cats weren’t ones to back out of a challenge as they dominated the Western Bulldogs.

This round bounces off on Friday night when Geelong welcome Carlton to the Etihad Stadium for a thrilling opener. It’s a tough one to pick at Ladbrokes.com.au with the stakes being far higher for the Blues.

For punters looking for a tough one to choose take a look at Saturday afternoon’s clash between Hawthorn and Fremantle – with both fighting for a home game come finals. Saturday night also sees a tough one go ahead, as Sydney welcomes the Western Bulldogs.

While one should never assume – Saturday night’s other fixture screams the punt of the weekend. Collingwood are in mouth-watering form and will welcome Adelaide to the MCG, so if you put a fair bit down to back the Pies, you may get rewarded.

Listed below are the fixtures coming up this weekend. Click on the link and you will find an in-depth overview into each match, with odds, tips and the latest news. Then head straight to Ladbrokes.com.au so you can make the most of the last couple of weeks of the 2010 AFL Season!

AFL Round 21 Fixtures

Date Match Venue Bounce-Off
20.08.10 Geelong Vs Carlton Etihad Stadium 7.40pm
21.08.10 St Kilda Vs Richmond Etihad Stadium 2.10pm
21.08.10 Hawthorn Vs Fremantle Aurora Stadium 2.10pm
21.08.10 Collingwood Vs Adelaide MCG 7.10pm
21.08.10 Sydney Vs Western Bulldogs SCG 7.10pm
22.08.10 Port Adelaide Vs Melbourne AAMI Stadium 12.40pm
22.08.10 Essendon Vs Brisbane Lions Etihad Stadium 2.10pm
22.08.10 West Coast Eagles Vs North Melbourne Subiaco Oval 2.40pm