2016 AFL Betting Resources

With the 2016 AFL season due to kick off on Thursday, below is our line up of betting resources to assist you with your 2016 AFL betting.

Live AFL Feed

CrownBet is offering AFL Live Vision, which allows you to watch live AFL matches in real time via the CrownBet iOS and Android apps.

The service is free for all CrownBet members. The operating system requirements are iOS 7 and above, Android 4.0.3 and above. Due to rights restrictions this service is only available in Australia.

Vision will begin three minutes before the advertised start time and finish shortly after the final siren.

On AusSportsBetting.com

The following AFL betting resources are available on this website.

2016 AFL Season Preview

Steve Matheson has completed a comprehensive team-by-team 2016 AFL season preview, which includes futures betting tips.


Weekly Previews with Betting Tips

Weekly previews with betting tips are typically published every Thursday evening in the AFL section.


Form guides

Weekly AFL form guides are available in the Data section. These provide recent results, head-to-head data and historical betting values for the upcoming round of fixtures.


Bookmaker odds comparison

View and compare the latest AFL odds in the Bookmaker Odds section. Odds are provided for both fixtures and futures markets. Only bookmakers that offer Australian dollar accounts are listed.


Historical data

To assist you with model building, historical AFL data, including game results and bookmaker odds, can be found in the Data section. The data set is updated weekly and is available in Excel (.xlsx) format.


Betting promotions

Active AFL betting promotions can be found in the bookmaker promotions section. Note that for legal reasons this section is not available to NSW visitors.


Betting tracker

We offer a free Excel betting tracker spreadsheet to help you track your bets and measure your betting performance. OpenOffice and Google Sheets versions are also available.


Beginner’s Guide

Our Beginner’s guide to sports betting provides a useful introduction to sports betting theory.


On AusSportsTipping.com

Our sister site provides the following 2016 AFL betting resources.

Interactive form guide

AFL Form Guide

The Interactive AFL Form Guide enables you to filter each team’s form by home/away and strength of opponent. Note that the form guide will take a few game weeks to become insightful, but you can view the English Premier League form guide to get a good feel for how it works.

Match Centres

AFL Match Centres

AusSportsTipping.com offers AFL match centres for every fixture. Each match centre provides bookmaker odds, member tipping tallies, form guides and in-depth performance guides for the game.

Line betting table

AFL Line Betting Table

The AFL line betting table ranks each team based on how frequently they have covered the line this season. Figures are shown for home, away and all fixtures.

Predictability index

AFL Line Betting Table

The AFL predictability index ranks each team based on the predictability of their score lines as measured by the accuracy of pre-game bookmaker lines. Figures are shown for home, away and all fixtures.

Betting value index

AFL Betting Value Index

The AFL betting value index ranks each team based on their betting value in the head-to-head market. The data can be filtered by date.

Home advantage analysis

AFL Home Advantage Analysis

The AFL home-field advantage analysis compares each team’s winning records at home versus away. League averages and medians are also provided. The data can be filtered by date.

Stadium Analysis

AFL Stadium Analysis

The AFL stadium analysis provides win records, average scores, betting value, line & over/under records, average total scores and win percentages for each team at each stadium.


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