The AFL grand final will see the West Coast Eagles and Collingwood Magpies square off at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Saturday, and the story and home ground advantage of Collingwood has them heading into the match as favourites.
The ‘Pies are paying $1.67 to take out the premiership, despite finishing lower on the ladder than the Eagles.
They came away with a stunning upset win over the seemingly unbeatable Richmond Tigers last week to make the grand final and will try to take the momentum with them.
The Eagles, travelling over from Perth, will have to play away from their home ground and it’s showing in the betting odds, with the West Coast currently paying odds of $2.25.
Margin betting
What can be gathered looking at the margin odds is that no one expects this to be a blowout. The most heavily backed option is Collingwood to win by 1-39 points, which is paying $2.15 – less than a West Coast victory by any margin.
For the West Coast to have a small win, you’ll get $2.60 back on your investment.
Collingwood to win by 40 or more takes you out to odds of $5.75, while the West Coast to do the same will be a heavy return of $11.
If you think the game will require extra time, the draw is paying $36.
Norm Smith Medal
Steele Sidebottom (Magpies) – $7
Elliot Yeo (Eagles) – $9
Scott Pendlebury (Magpies) – $10
Brodie Grundy (Magpies) – $11
Adam Treloar (Magpies) – $11
Joshua J Kennedy (Eagles) – $12
Luke Shuey (Eagles) – $12
Jack Redden (Eagles) – $13
Taylor Adams (Magpies) – $15
Jordan De Goey (Magpies) – $15
Jeremy McGovern (Eagles) – $17
Jack Darling (Eagles) – $23
Shannon Hurn (Eagles) – $26
Scott Lycett (Eagles) – $26
Will Hoskin-Elliott (Magpies) – $26
Tom Philipps (Magpies) – $26
Mark LeCras (Eagles) – $34
Chris Masten (Eagles) – $34
Willie Rioli (Eagles) – $34
Dom Sheed (Eagles) – $34
Mason Cox (Magpies) – $34
Jack Crisp (Magpies) – $34
Jeremy Howe (Magpies) – $34
Jaidyn Stephenson (Magpies) – $34
Josh Thomas (Magpies) – $34
Jamie Cripps (Eagles) – $41
Mark Hutchings (Eagles) – $41
Lewis Jetta (Eagles) – $41
Liam Ryan (Eagles) – $41
James Aish (Magpies) – $41
Brody Mihocek (Magpies) – $41
Brayden Sier (Magpies) – $41
Travis Varcoe (Magpies) – $41
Nathan Vardy (Eagles) – $51
Daniel Venables (Eagles) – $51
Levi Greenwood (Magpies) – $67
Tyson Goldsack (Magpies) – $81
Chris Mayne (Magpies) – $81
Tom Barrass (Eagles) – $101
Tom Cole (Eagles) – $101
Liam Duggan (Eagles) – $101
Will Schofield (Eagles) – $101
Tom Langdon (Magpies) – $101
Brayden Maynard (Magpies) – $101
First goal
Joshua J Kennedy (Eagles) – $8
Jordan De Goey (Magpies) – $9
Jack Darling (Eagles) – $10
Brady Mihocek (Magpies) – $13
Mason Cox (Magpies) – $13
Willie Rioli (Eagles) – $15
Mark LeCras (Eagles) – $15
Josh Thomas (Magpies) – $15
Any other Eagles player – $15
Any other Magpies player – $15
Odds are correct as at 10am (AEST) on Wednesday, September 26.

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