AFL Round 6, Tips & Preview, Saturday 23rd April

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The BetDeluxe AFL team breaks down all the best bets from this Saturday’s round six fixtures.

western bulldogs vs. adelaide

april 23rd 1:45pm

AFL heads to Ballarat for the first time in 2022 when the Western Bulldogs and Adelaide go head to head at Mars Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

A spate of injuries have hurt the Bulldogs coming into this clash with Alex Keath and now Tim English set to miss. 

It really opens up the door for Adelaide to do some damage with key forwards Taylor Walker and Elliot Himmelberg sure to prove a headache. 

The Bulldogs kryptonite is tall forwards and without Keath, that weakness is amplified. 

Adelaide surely covers the spread here.  

Suggested Bets: Adelaide +20.5 at $1.90

Suggested Same Game Multi: 
Leg 1: Adelaide +20.5
Leg 2: T. Walker 3+ goals
Leg 3: E. Himmelberg 2+ goals
Combined Odds = $5.25

port adelaide vs. west coast

april 23rd 4:35pm

Port Adelaide will look to open its account in 2022 when it faces West Coast at Adelaide Oval on Saturday. 

Ken Hinkley and his troops came so close to securing a famous comeback victory over Carlton last week but fell short at the final hurdle, while the Eagles were pummelled by Sydney at Optus Stadium. 

With injuries and H&S protocols absolutely decimating both squads, it is hard to see this being amazing spectacle. 

In some good news for Port Adelaide, Ollie Wines will make his return from a heart scare suffered against Melbourne a fortnight ago. 

He will add so much needed grunt around the footy for the home team. 

This is where Port can kick start its year. 

Suggested Bet: Port Adelaide -18.5 at $1.90

Suggested Same Game Multi: 
Leg 1: Port Adelaide -18.5
Leg 2: O. Wines 30+ disposals
Leg 3: O. Wines anytime goalscorer
Combined odds = $5

fremantle vs. carlton

april 23rd 7:40pm

Touted as an integral match in the scheme of top four and finals, Fremantle welcomes Carlton to Optus Stadium for what is set to be a Saturday night blockbuster.

Both teams sit at 4-1, but it is the Dockers who carry the superior percentage to sit second the AFL ladder. 

Carlton, however, has made Fremantle its bunny over recent years having won the last four fixtures including Jack Newnes’ after-the-siren winner back in 2020. 

But Fremantle has looked sensational this season with Justin Longmuir’s system standing up strongly. 

The Dockers will have to deal with a COVID cluster in the club meaning gun youngster Heath Chapman and Hayden Young are out as is goal-sneak Bailey Banfield. 

Carlton will welcome back its inspirational captain Patrick Cripps who takes the place of Matt Kennedy (soreness). 

Michael Voss will be hoping his men can put an end to the second-half fadeouts, which have left Blue Baggers with hearts in their mouths. 

In what is a genuine 50/50 split, we are learning to Carlton at even money. 

Suggested Bet: Carlton head to head at $2

Suggested Same Game Multi: 
Leg 1: Carlton head to head 
Leg 2: J. Martin 2+ goals
Leg 3: S. Walsh 35+ disposals
Leg 4: A. Brayshaw 30+ disposals
Combined odds = $13

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