AFL betting is hugely popular and it's easy to see why! For the best AFL tips stick with our team at Before You Bet as we provide previews and AFL betting tips every match of every round, as well as coverage of the AFLW Women's competition, AFL premiership odds, Brownlow Medal vote predictions and a rolling Brownlow Medal leaderboard.
The Australian Football League (AFL) is the premier professional Australian rules football association. With 18 teams spread around the country, the AFL is a true national competition with millions of fans in Australia, with more and more followers attracted to the game every day across Europe, Asia and America.
Aussie rules is a unique sport, but one that is fast-paced, hard-hitting, high-flying and a showcase of athetic talent. Typically, the season runs from March through until late September or early October. AFL is an amazing game for sports betting with countless AFL betting markets available for every match of the season. AFL punters can bet on a variety of match outcomes as well as individual player performance markets.
Our team at Before You Bet have grown up with Australian rules football as our religion and we know and understand the intricacies of the sport and AFL betting. Tipping winners is one thing, but finding value in AFL betting markets is a true skill. We don't bet every game, but we will select the best matches and bets to ensure we produce profitable AFL betting tips for our followers.
In recent years, we have also enjoyed the growth of the AFL Women's competition. The AFLW is now a strong, stand-alone league that has brought in new fans to the game and inspired young girls around the country to chase their dream of becoming an AFLW player. AFLW betting is also available for every match of the season and our team provide weekly AFLW tips for free on the website.
We are also one of the few sports betting sites to live track the Brownlow leaderboard and Brownlow markets for the best player of the AFL season. We provide post-game analysis and Brownlow vote predictions for every match which has allowed us to produce profitable Brownlow results for many years.
Its GWS’ turn to beat up on the Eagles this week, however the last thing the Giants should be doing is getting complacent. The clash kicks off from 2.10pm and we have you covered with a full preview and betting tips here
The second game on Sunday football sees Hawthorn hosting Brisbane in Launceston from 3:20pm. Brisbane will be looking to move to 9-1, while the Hawks will be looking to get back on the winners list. Jack Tobin is on deck with his preview and betting tips
AFL on Sunday will see three matches play out to finish Round 10. Here, we take a look at the clash between Fremantle and Collingwood and provide our best match and player prop bets!
AFL Round 10 continues on Saturday with the usual five-game slate on the schedule. Here, we focus on the blockbuster fixture between Richmond and Essendon and bring you our best betting tips!
St Kilda heads to Adelaide to take on the Crows on Saturday night football at the Adelaide Oval from 7:30pm! Can the Saints continue their winning ways after a stirring win last weekend? Or will Adelaide end their three game losing streak?
There is not much in common between the Kangaroos in Demons in 2022, the sides occupying opposite ends of the ladder up to Round 10. They square off from Marvel Stadium on Saturday afternoon and we have you covered with a full preview and betting tips here
The Cats will take on the Power in one of the games of Round 10 on Saturday afternoon from GMHBA Stadium. Check out our full preview and betting tips for the clash from Andy Rosos here
Super Saturday in the AFL continues from 1.45pm as the Bulldogs host yet another game at Mars Stadium in Ballarat, this time against the Gold Coast Suns. Check out our preview and betting tips for the clash from Andy Rosos here
Round 10 in the AFL season kicks off on Friday night as the Blues take on the Swans from Marvel Stadium! Its a big clash between two top eight sides and as always, Andy Rosos has you covered with his preview and betting tips for the round opening clash below.
There were no votes for Patrick Cripps in Round 9 of the AFL season as contenders Lachie Neale, Christian Petracca and Callum Mills closed the gap on our runaway Brownlow Medal leader. Check out our AFL Round 9 Brownlow vote predictions and running Brownlow leaderboard here.
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