Round 14 of the 2023 season will be the third of four bye rounds and will see a total of six matches play out over four days. It all begins in South Australia on Thursday night with a blockbuster battle between Port Adelaide and Geelong, before action heads to Queensland for Friday night's Brisbane vs Sydney clash. There will be a double-header on both Saturday and Sunday to close out what should be another cracking round.
As always, we have you covered with our expert tips for every match of Round 14, with links below to take you through to our dedicated game previews and betting tips. You can also check out all of our other AFL content on the links below including the fixture, ladder, tipping competition and Brownlow leaderboard.
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2023 AFL Round 14 Expert Tips
Thursday June 15th
The rampaging Power are eyeing off their 11th straight win and this weekend it's the Cats who will try to spoil the party. Can the reigning premiers find some post-bye form and get their season back on track, or will the Power take yet another scalp?
Friday June 16th
The Lions may struggle at the MCG, but they certainly have no issues at the Gabba and will be keen to get back there this weekend when they take on the Swans. Which club will bonuce back with a win in Round 14? This should be an intriguing Friday night match.
Saturday June 17th
The Giants were too good for the Kangaroos last weekend and have a chance to add another win to their tally when they return home to face the Dockers. Meanwhile, the Dockers are coming off a disappointing loss against the Tigers in Round 3 and will be keen to quickle make amends.
Richmond have won a couple in a row under the guidance of Andrew McQualter and will be confident of ticking off another win this weekend when they take on a Saints outfit that have been wobbly at best in recent weeks. It should be a tight and tough match at the 'G!
Sunday June 18th
Carlton's supporters are fed up with the poor performances they've seen from their team this season, but they'll still be expecting their side to get over the line against the Suns this weekend. Can they finally get back onto the winners list?
North Melbourne have been fighting hard under Brett Ratten but haven't been able to secure any wins as of yet. Meanwhile, the Bulldogs have lost a couple in a row and will see this weekend as a fantastic way to recapture their early season form.