The Bulldogs will play finals for the first time since the 2016 premiership year. With the Pies in nice enough form and Jaidyn Stephenson to return in finals, watch out for these guys in September. Port will host a Freo side coming off a highly controversial week. Home; Teams. North and Melbourne will also close off their seasons with a clash in Tasmania. They will play finals and if they finish top two, will be a serious premiership threat but defeating the Tigers (who are full of confidence at the moment) at the ‘G is a tough ask. It’s a simple win and you’re in scenario for the Bulldogs. The Bulldogs led by 29 points at the first break and 28 at halftime after Adelaide showed some signs of life. Brisbane’s against a lot of odds in this one; including a very poor recent record against the Tigers. Get your 14 day free trial >, RACE FOR THE EIGHT: Live ladder, all the Round 23 implications and more. I didn’t buy much from their wins over Gold Coast and Melbourne (for obvious reasons) and, to be fair, the way Adelaide’s going this one might not mean much too. The Bombers have finished eighth and will travel to face West Coast in an elimination final. Re-live Geelong Cats v Carlton in our live blog below. The Cats will claim the minor premiership if Richmond beat Brisbane on Sunday. Matt Crouch had a career-high day with 47 possessions and Rory Sloane (34) also worked hard but the Crows simply had too many passengers as they slumped a 10-12 record for the season. You can join Sportsbet by clicking HERE. (AAP Image/David Moir). Photo: Quinn Rooney/Getty Images. Would be a nice touch for the only man to kick 60 goals over the past three seasons. The final Shoe-In of the Week for 2019 goes to North Melbourne at fortress Hobart. LADDER: Race for the eight, all the Round 23 implications and more Stream Richmond v Brisbane Lions and every Round 23 match on KAYO SPORTS. Collingwood, St Kilda, North Melbourne, Geelong, GWS Giants, West Coast, Western Bulldogs, Richmond, Port Adelaide. Live & anytime on your TV or favourite device. Sunday is where things get really interesting. Although, there’s real potential for this one to become 2019’s funniest upset if the Cats aren’t careful. Live stream all the action from the final round of the 2019 AFL season on KAYO SPORTS. Dangerfield booted a game-high four goals to go with 34 possessions, Ablett had three goals and 28 disposals and youngster Quinton Narkle (27 possessions) was almost as good as the headline duo as the Cats won 19.15 (129) to 8. 13 (61). The Swans seem to have a habit of playing poorly in big milestone games, from memory. Chris ... lost top spot on the ladder after Brisbane snatched an incredible one-point win at the Gabba and will host Carlton in Round 23. North Melbourne are out of playoff contention but they did give it a run. While it seems unlikely, Port, through some miracle could still make finals and you’d think (you’d hope) they wouldn’t want to blow one last chance – in case they haven’t blown it already. The finals race has virtually sorted itself out, with the Bulldogs now in the box seat to claim the coveted last spot in the top eight. Anyone can contribute to The Roar and have their work With Sydney’s win over St Kilda, the top five of the draft is locked in - Gold Coast to pick first, followed by Melbourne, Adelaide (via Carlton), Sydney and St Kilda. Betting tip: Giants –50.5 @ $1.90 Bet Now. Bontempelli (31 possessions and a goal) helped set the tone with a hand in both of the Dogs’ opening goals, kicked by Bailey Dale who finished with five majors. Get your 14 day free trial >, Collingwood 10.16 (76) def Essendon 10.5 (65), Sydney Swans 17.7 (109) def St Kilda 8.16 (64), North Melbourne 13.10 (88) def Melbourne 12.11 (83), Geelong Cats 19.15 (129) def Carlton 8.13 (61), GWS Giants 20.7 (127) def Gold Coast Suns 7.13 (55), Hawthorn 16.9 (105) def West Coast Eagles 9.12 (66), Western Bulldogs 18.13 (121) def Adelaide Crows 13.9 (87), Richmond 12.10 (82) def Brisbane Lions 8.7 (55), Port Adelaide v Fremantle, Sunday 4:40pm, Adelaide Oval, First Qualifying Final (1 v 4): Geelong Cats v Collingwood (MCG), First Elimination Final (5 v 8): West Coast Eagles v Essendon (Optus Stadium), Second Elimination Final (6 v 7): GWS Giants v Western Bulldogs (Giants Stadium), Second Qualifying Final (2 v 3): Brisbane Lions v Richmond (Gabba). Computer predictions, tips, picks and ratings for the Australian Football League, National Football League (USA), National Rugby League (AUS) and Super Rugby (AUS, NZ, RSA, ARG, JAP). This is also known as Online Behavioural Advertising. The Cats will not be happy about giving up the top spot to the Brisbane Lions last week. (AAP Image/Scott Barbour), Find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out. AFL ladder and leaderboard of teams in the current season updated live on Wide World of Sports game centre AFL Home and Away ladder * Scroll across to see more or tilt device to landscape. With West Coast needing to win to earn a home qualifying final, expect the Eagles to respond to their loss to Richmond with a win which will end Hawthorn’s finals chances. 21st August, 2019. Captured a great grassroots sporting moment? AFL Ladder 2013 Round 23. Copyright © 2020 GoBet.com.au, All Rights Reserved, 2020 NRL Round 23 – Tips, Predictions & Odds, 21/08/19 – Wednesday Horse Racing Tips for Ipswich, UFC Fight Night: Ortega vs. The win, in addition to a number of other results, saw the Bombers jump up to seventh a means they will have to travel to Sydney in a fortnight’s time to tackle the in-form Swans. Richmond hosting first-placed Brisbane. Despite not having a second chance, Sydney look almost certain to progress into the second week of finals given they will face Sydney at the SCG. Swans were quality wins over the Demons last week, winning 95-42, and that win should hold them in good stead. Collingwood were massive winners over Adelaide at Adelaide Oval last week and that’s a good sign of things to come. The Bombers managed to secure a finals berth with a big win over Freo last week, while Collingwood demolished Adelaide on the same day. The Bulldogs are coming off their season-best performance when winning 126-65 over the GWS Giants last week. Marnie Cohen I don’t reckon we’ve had this year’s ridiculous upset, but I’m not game enough to tip it. West Coast are the heavy favourites to win against the Hawks, which were dominant over the Suns last week. You’d think the Eagles will be too strong at home though. The Bulldogs simply need to win their clash against Adelaide to secure a finals berth and, barring an improbable return to form for the Crows, they’ll win in front of a sold-out Ballarat crowd. West Coast and Geelong lost no admirers despite their losses last weekend and the Giants should bounce back from a horror fortnight against the struggling Suns. The Power are better at home and that’s why bookmakers are the $1.33 favourites for this game. The Roos should win this by plenty if their form last week is anything to go by (and not Round 21’s form). The Pies have played well against the Dons in recent times, and I reckon they’ll continue to do so. In the last game of the home-and-away season, I’ll back David Hale to make it four out of four for caretaker coaches in 2019 as Fremantle knock off a Port Adelaide team who, when the game actually begins, will no longer have anything to play for. Photo: Michael Klein, Live ladder, all the Round 23 implications and more, Find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out. RACE FOR THE EIGHT: Live ladder, all the Round 23 implications and more Round 8 Live stream the 2019 Toyota AFL Premiership Season on KAYO SPORTS. Every match of every round. Leading by 33 points at quarter time, the Dons were relentless with the Power struggling to get a word in. Geelong are on top, but can drop to second. 18+. It’s unlikely they’ll cause much damage in September, but hey, you never know! There shouldn’t be much between these two teams in what could be a Friday night thriller. Every match Live … Then Brisbane’s loss to Richmond handed Chris Scott’s side the minor premiership, and locked in a meeting with Collingwood. The Dogs officially became the first team to miss the eight the year after winning the premiership since the 2008 Hawks, and it was fitting that it was Hawthorn who rounded out their disappointing season on Friday night. Brisbane’s loss was far from acceptable for the Lions who would have backed themselves to defend their home ground against North Melbourne, but the result means they will have the number one pick in next week’s draft. Yes, Brisbane haven’t beaten Richmond in ten years. There won’t be much between these two teams but we’re leaning towards the Lions to keep it close. Sam Gray and Charlie Dixon, who combined for ten of their side’s 20 goals, highlighted the 115-point victory. The Pies won’t feature in September, however they did manage to shape the eight by toppling the Demons on Saturday afternoon. Given Hawthorn haven’t knocked off West Coast in Perth since ‘that was out of bounds’ in 2015, however, I’ll tip Adam Simpson’s team. If gambling is a problem for you, please visit GamblingHelpOnline.org.au. The Bulldogs are looking more dangerous every week and, despite the fact they aren’t even locked in for finals, plenty of footy fans have them down as the team to watch. Carlton were much more competitive in the second half, winning the third term by 10 points, although the Cats regained supremacy in the last term. Become a member to join in Australia's biggest sporting debate, submit articles, receive updates straight to your inbox and keep up with your favourite teams and authors. Always gamble responsibly.
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