Thursday night footy makes a return in Round 13 with Sydney taking on St Kilda at the SCG getting us underway. Six games will proceed to play out over the next three days before Melbourne and Collingwood lock horns on Monday for the King's Birthday match. Geelong and Gold Coast are the only two teams with the bye in Round 13.
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2023 AFL Round 13 Expert Tips
Thursday June 8th
Thursday night football makes a welcome return in Round 13. Sydney will aim to get their season back on track with a home win over the Saints, although the visitors will also be desperate to recapture their early season form and secure the four points. It should be a tight tussle to get the weekend's action underway, and you can catch all the action on Kayo!
Friday June 9th
The Bulldogs and the Power have made a habit of playing close matches against each other and their Round 13 meeting is expected to be no exception. The Dogs will play hosts on this occasion and will be keen to get one back on the Power after suffering defeat against them earlier this campaign.
Saturday June 10th
The Hawks have proven themselves to be a dangerous team on their day and will be eyeing off another scalp in the first match on Sunday. Can they take it up to the highly-fancied Lions, or will this be a one-sided affair like many predict.
Adelaide have been a force on their home deck this season and will look to continue their dominance this weekend against the lowly Eagles. The bookies have this priced as the most one-sided contest in Round 13 and it's hard to argue with them.
Fremantle have turned their season around and are now well and truly back in the hunt for a finals berth. Meanwhile, Richmond are in desperate need of a win to build some momentum and keep their season alive. It should be an intersting contest to say the least.
Sunday June 11th
North Melbourne haven't had much joy this season but will feel as though they're a sneaky chance to topple the Giants this weekend. This will be at North's home away from home in Tassie where they seem to play some of their best footy.
There's only so much hurt you can put someone through, and Carlton fans will feel as though they're at their absolute limit. A loss against the Bombers on Sunday would see all hell break loose. Can they show some fight and get one back against one of their key rivals?
Monday June 12th
The King's Birthday game rolls around again and what an edition it should be in 2023. Both Melbourne and Collingwood are in their premiership window and a win either way on Monday will be huge in shaping the top four. Who comes out on top in this one?