AFL Round 13 Betting Tips

The following are betting tips for selected games in Round 13 of the 2024 AFL season.

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At the time of writing the biggest Draftstars contest for this round is the $60,000 competition for the Thursday night clash between Adelaide and Richmond. Entry costs $15 and the top 25% of participants will receive a payout.


West Coast

West Coast vs. North Melbourne

North Melbourne


West Coast will be without the suspended Harley Reid, however they have won 3 of their last 4 at home and in their home defeat to St Kilda last week they led at the end of the first three quarters. North Melbourne have lost 11 consecutive games as well as 11 consecutive away games. West Coast have covered the line in 8 of their 12 home games over the last twelve months, while North Melbourne have gone 4-7 at the line away from home. The Eagles have gone 11-3 in the last fourteen games as the home favourite against the Kangaroos. If I were to bet on this game I would back West Coast in the head-to-head at 1.35 (BlueBet).


St Kilda

St Kilda vs. Gold Coast

Gold Coast


Gold Coast have gone 0-10 away from home over the last twelve months and, incredibly, they failed to cover the line in all ten games. St Kilda have won their last four home games against Gold Coast and they have gone 3-1 as the home favourite over the last twelve months. I would back St Kilda +4.5 at 1.80 (Dabble). All nine of St Kilda’s wins over the last twelve months were by 1-39 margins, so those looking for more risk should consider St Kilda 1-39 at 2.55 (Unibet). Those who are risk-averse may prefer to wait until Thursday to see if key St Kilda forward Max King passes his fitness test to play this week.



Sydney vs. Geelong



Sydney bring a seven-game winning streak into this clash and they have gone 8-1-1 at home over the last twelve months. Geelong have lost four of their last five games and they have failed to cover the line in five consecutive games. Sydney have covered the line in six consecutive games as well as in five consecutive home games. Geelong have failed to cover the line in their last four trips to Sydney. I would back Sydney in the head-to-head at 1.34 (BlueBet).


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