Rolling on with the 4 day break betting, 3 from 3 lines covered by the teams up against 4 day break teams. Melbourne to spank Adelaide tomorrow (although adelaide have brought a lot of fresh players in)
Higgins continued to tease me tonight. He looked to blow a few chances and if he is at the same odds for 2 i will no doubt back him in again on Saturday night.Using this this idea to make a simpler multi of
1u SGM -Higgins, Martin, reiwoldt ags and Ross 15+ @ 9.40 SB boosted.
0.2u tailing yours above too
1u reiwoldt 2g+. @2.50
1u arts 2g+ @4.50 be
1u Martin 2g+ @2.80 sb
1u Higgins ags @2.37 sb
0.5u Higgins 2g+ @9.50 sb
1u lambert ags @2.20 sb
Adelaide didn't exert much last week don't think fatigue comes in hereRolling on with the 4 day break betting, 3 from 3 lines covered by the teams up against 4 day break teams. Melbourne to spank Adelaide tomorrow (although adelaide have brought a lot of fresh players in)
Ablett and Narkle aren’t a big loss.Im more confident that Geelong will be tired, than the Roos being lethargic. Think North have been based in Queensland for 3 weeks now, so they will definitely be more comfortable in their surroundings. I'm not sold that all of the Geelong players will be focused on this match, and it may be worth a play on the Roos to belt them as they could run them ragged. Roos by 25+ paying $10, Roos by 40+ paying $23
Last year Geelong belted the Roos, but 3 of their best 6 players who played then, aren't playing tomorrow night: Kelly, Ablett and Narkle aren't playing.
I feel there is a chance in both underdogs winning tomorrow but feel more stronger about the Roos to beat Geelong than the Crows over the Dees.
I have small plays on Hosie AGS @ 2.30, 2+ @ 8 and 3+ @ 46. He is an agile tallish forward, kicked a few bags at SANFL level.Or even north new fwds - Jack Mahony, Lachie Hosie anyone confident on one of them to kick a sausage?
The selections are intriguing for both teams.if North play like they did against Adelaide last week, im confident the Roos can do the job. Rhys Shaw, sure aim to play a fast brand of footy and try to run Geelong off their legs. I have never done the Brisbane to Perth flight but from what I have heard it takes a good couple of days to get over the jet lag.