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Australian Rules Tips & Predictions
Australian Rules Betting Tips
Australian Rules football, simply called Aussie rules, is a unique sport that originated in Melbourne in 1858. Australian Rules has a proud history, with the Melbourne Football Club publishing the first laws of the game in May 1859, making it the oldest of the world’s major football codes.
The Australian Football League (AFL) is the premier competition in Australian rules, consisting of 18 teams spread over five of Australia’s six states. The regular season begins in March and features 23 games. The top eight teams then play off in the finals series which culminates in October in the AFL Grand Final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
The AFL has the highest spectator attendance and television viewership of all sports in Australia and the AFL Grand Final is the highest attended club championship event in the world. Essendon and Carlton have won the most premierships with 16 each, Richmond the current premiers after winning in 2017.
Here at FreeTips.com we provide regular Australian Rules Tips which include our AFL Bet of the Round, AFL Accumulator Tips and AFL Outright Tips.
We have one mission at FreeTips.com, to provide you with free expertly researched Australian Rules tips that you can use to consistently win your AFL bets.
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Betting on Australian Rules
There are more than 100 different ways to bet on a game of Australian Rules. In the 2017 season there were only three draws in 198 games so it's not a profitable betting option. Here are some of the most common types of AFL betting markets:
Head to Head: Also known as the win market, simply select which team you think will win the game.
Line: The line in Australian rules is simply a handicap. If the line is set at -29.5 against your team, they must win by 30 points or more for your bet to cash. Alternatively, if the line is +29.5 for your selected team, they must lose by 29 points or less for your bet to cash.
Total Match Points: The bookmaker will set a total number of combined points to be scored in the match, you select if the total will go over or under that number.