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Dabble Multi of the Weekend: June 17th
West Coast vs Geelong
Kicking things off by taking the Cats to defeat the Eagles on Saturday by 25+ points. The Cats are coming off a bye round so the trip to Perth shouldn't have as much of an effect on them as it would have a few weeks ago. They have won their last three games in a row by an average of 30.0 points while the Eagles are on an eight game losing streak with an average margin of a whopping 73.6 points per game. The Cats are getting some key players back in Jake Kolodjashnij and Sam Menegola back in the line-up, meaning they'll have a near full strength side.
Cats 25+ ($1.42)
Sri Lanka vs Australia 3rd ODI
The Aussies should be desperate to bounce back against the Sri Lankans after a Game 2 loss on Thursday night in a game where they choked bad. They were in a commanding position for the majority of the game before rain put a halt to their momentum. I think they are a much better side than the Sri Lankans and with the series tied at 1-1 and players fighting for a spot in the T20 World Cup squad, they should be going all out for a win here.
Australia H2H ($1.40)
Canadian Grand Prix
Max Verstappen is starting to dominate the 2022 F1 season. After Ferrari looked like the team to beat early in the season, the Dutch reigning F1 Champion has won four of the last five races including the Azerbaijan Grand Prix last weekend. Without the threat of Lewis Hamilton this season, Verstappen seems a much safer bet in any GP and represents great value at $1.85 this weekend in Canada.
Max Verstappen Winner ($1.85)
Grand Final - Blues vs Crusaders
The power of home ground advantage at Auckland’s Eden Park is the big factor that weighs in favour of the Blues when compared to the Crusaders’ proven pedigree in finals. The power of home ground advantage at Auckland’s Eden Park is the big factor that weighs in favour of the Blues when compared to the Crusaders’ proven pedigree in finals.
Blues H2H ($1.77)