AFL is a team sport and one of the most popular sports bet on with TAB Sportsbet. Highly popular in Victoria and boasting big supporters in NSW, Qld, South Australia and WA, betting on the AFL is quite frantic at times.
The AFL season runs from March to September each year, with odds offered by TAB.com.au for every match in both the main AFL competition and the pre-season NAB Cup. The betting hots up once the finals series starts, with the ultimate day in AFL betting being Grand Final itself. Futures bets include a wager on Team and Individual categories. These include AFL Minor Premiership, AFL Top 8, Coleman Medal and Brownlow Medal. There is literally a market for everyone to bet on.
TAB.com.au offers some of the most competitive AFL betting odds on the market. Like betting on any sport, it is vital to remember that odds (especially live odds) are constantly changing.
AFL betting odds - what's involved
When two teams play against each other the odds on Head-To-Head are available prior to the match. These odds can change with news of team injuries, late player inclusions, weather patterns etc.
Futures are an important part of AFL betting. Punters can have a bet on who will win the AFL Premierships, months out from the start of the comp or throughout the season, while there is also betting on which teams will make the Top 8, get the wooden spoon etc.
Player betting odds
AFL betting odds are offered on who will take the prestigious Brownlow Medal as well as the Coleman Medal. As every player at every club is eligible for these awards. Betting on player awards is an interesting bet, as the favourite can change drastically as the season progresses.
Live betting is a key part of TAB.com.au's AFL betting coverage. Odds can change as a game progresses in real-time as one team takes the lead, falls behind, suffers injuries or are affected by weather conditions. Check out TABs latest AFL betting tips and make a punt today.