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AFL Fantasy Betting Tips for Round 22
Great week for us in our fantasy betting tips last weekend as we hit on 3 out of 4 fantasy bets including the spread bet of the week at a high margin. We’ll be looking for another good week here as we present our AFL Round 22 Fantasy Betting Tips below.
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ROUND 22 AFL FANTASY BETTING TIPS
Fyfe has been on an absolute tear of late after a slowish middle portion of the season. He has scored over 100 in 5 of his last 6 matches and has a favourable matchup against the Tigers this week, more so than his H2H opponent Matt Crouch who plays the Sydney Swans on Friday night. Lachie Neale also out for the Dockers which should boost Fyfe’s score.
Coniglio comes up against the Eagles this weekend in what should be pretty good conditions over in the West. Since his return to the team he has two scores over 100 from 3 games and comes up against Lachie Hunter this week. Hunter has taken on more of a defensive role of late instead of in the midfield and has a tough matchup against Port Adelaide in Ballarat this weekend. Should be ugly conditions with rain forecast for Ballarat meaning low scores.
Danger came back last weekend and blew the Tigers out of the water with a score of 130. His scoring capacity is massive at the moment with Joel Selwood out of the team and Geelong short on goal kickers. His line against the Pies this weekend is 124.5 and we think he clears that.
Adelaide have been susceptible to some ugly home losses throughout the season so far and with one hand on the minor premiership already they might be inclined to take their foot off the pedal slightly here. Adealide have lost home games to both the Hawks and Demons so far this season and we think they could be in line for another loss here.
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