2022 AFL Round 21 Odds and Predictions

2022 AFL Round 21 Odds and Predictions

AFL Round 21

There are only three weeks left, with Geelong continuing their once in a decade winning streak. They’ve amassed 60 points in the standings, with Melbourne and Collingwood only four behind. Geelong is set to dismantle St. Kilda on Saturday, and we’ve got the top picks for each of the nine games. 

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AFL Round 21 Predictions 

Here’s top bets on the available betting odds for AFL Round 21, 2022: 

 Melbourne -285
Hawthorn -114
Essendon Point Spread -110
Fremantle vs Western Bulldogs Over 163 ½ Points -120
Geelong -734
Port Adelaide -153
North Melbourne +1008 
Carlton +211
Adelaide -124


AFL Round 21: Collingwood vs Melbourne

Airing August 5th at 5:50 AM ET
Though they’re tied for third, Collingwood doesn’t look great against Melbourn. The Demons are on a fast track to the premiership against Geelong, and the -285 Melbourne money line is an easy choice. Look to parlay this bet that pays $35.09 in winnings per $100 wager. 

Collingwood well and truly has the wood over Melbourne in recent years, will that trend continue tonight? @_sjblack takes a look at the recent history between two of the competitions heavyweights.https://t.co/e2xMrIDAdJ

— AFL (@AFL) August 5, 2022


AFL Round 21: Hawthorn vs Gold Coast Suns

 Airing August 5th at 11:45 AM ET 
This game is only showing money line odds, with no spread or point total bets available. Hawthorn dropped the game to St. Kilda by 12 points while the GCS won a narrow game over the Eagles. We see Hawthorn bouncing back in the closest game of the weekend.

AFL Round 21: Greater Western Sydney Giants vs Essendon

Airing August 6th at 12:10 AM ET  
Essendon is a slight favorite after the Giants continued a four game losing streak last week. Your AFL Round 21 odds support a spread bet, Essendon at -3 ½ Points at -110. They’ll either win or play a very close game, similar to GCS’s Tigers and Eagles fixtures with a three point spread. 

AFL Round 21: Fremantle vs Western Bulldogs 

Airing July 30th at 02:35 AM ET
The Dockers lost to the Demons last week by a brutal 46 points, and the Bulldogs took their loss to the Cats in similar fashion. The Bulldogs ten point win over the Demons in July wasn’t a fluke. They’re a competitive team right now, and I see an upset. 
The AFL Round 21 odds support the Over 163 ½ point total at -120, matching four out of the last seven games for both teams.  

AFL Round 21: St. Kilda vs Geelong

Airing August 6th at 05:25 AM ET
It will be a miracle of St. Kilda can pull it off, but the momentum of the Cats feel unstoppable at its current rate. The win over the Bulldogs maintained the Cats 30+ point lead against all teams other than the Power and Tigers inside the last six.
Bet the Geelong money line for a parlay pick. 

AFL Round 21: Richmond vs Port Adelaide

Airing August 6h at 05:40 AM ET
Richmond ranks ninth in the standings but comes in the underdog to the #12 ranked Power. Port Adelaide has struggled, facing Melbourne, Collingwood and Geelong inside their last three.

Richmond has a chance to prove their loss to the Kangaroos was a one off, but the Power should perform much better against teams outside of the top eight.

Bet the Power Moneyline. 

AFL Round 21: Sydney Swans vs North Melbourne Kangaroos

Airing August 6th at 11:10 AM ET
Our AFL betting picks have been against the Kangaroos at every turn. The Swans are currently ranked fourth and should put an absolute beating on North Melbourne. However, we’re not interested in parlays against the Kangaroos after their last win. We’re betting low on the upset. $20 on the Kangaroos pays out $208. 

AFL Round 21: Brisbane Lions vs Carlton 

Airing August 7th at 01:20 AM ET
Carlton has won every other game like clockwork for their last ten, and they just lost to the Crows. The Lions are also 5-5 over their last ten, with their last two wins over the Suns and Giants. The blues would be the best team they’ve beaten since St Kilda, six games ago. Bet the Blues for an upset win. 

AFL Round 21: West Coast vs Adelaide 

Airing August 7th at 01:20 AM ET
#17 West Coast Eagles have five losses in a row since their win over the Bombers. Adelaide just got their first win in an upset over the Blues, defeating the Kangaroos and Eagles inside their last ten. Their last game in June was a 31 point win for Adelaide, and we think they’ll do it again. 

Author: Tamara Kim