All 18 AFL Clubs Equal Premiership Favourite

BETTING for the 2021 AFL Premiership was plunged into chaos with all 18 clubs being considered the red-hot favourite to take out the flag based on reports that every player is looking fit and training the house down in January.

With every team back at training participating in time-trails and beep tests, the superstar players looking really fit and some clubs opting to “train the house down” all signs point to 18 teams being the short-priced favourite.

AFL greats are even calling for a “final 18 wildcard” finals system to ensure that the League makes the most of every single club being in their premiership window at exactly the same time.

While some cynics have dismissed it as “just the usual pre-season talk, it’s cricket season, why are you even talking about footy?” the evidence that every team can win the flag in mounting.

The Crows look set to go up 17 spots on the ladder as a result of their 2km time trial in North Adelaide.

Meanwhile, at the Brisbane Lions (proudly sponsored by Neds) Dayne Zorko has put out a warning:

“The Boys have come back in really good shape”

With these nice pics from their training session at Melbourne’s La Trobe Uni, the Blues are set to end their 25-year premiership drought.

Collingwood has confirmed rumours that Scott Pendlebury has a Basketball background.

The Pies clearly have the edge.

Clearly, the Bombers are on track to win a final based on this Friday session alone.

Is that the sound of a warning signal?

Freo went in 100% doing hill sprints.

Jeremy Cameron pictured doing one on one drill at new club Geelong = Premiership redemption.

Hugh Greenwood seen here with Matt Rowell engaging in some banter at pre-season training.

Is this the attitude they need to go deep into the finals?


One look into Nick Haynes eyes and they mean BUSINESS.

With Hawthorn focusing on skills such as the ability to participate in a handball drill, it’s looking like Clarko has another Hawks premiership dynasty on the cards.

They always say the 16th pre-season you partake in is the that opens the gates of Narnia.

North Melbourne has appointed Anthony Rocca, which along with new coach David Noble means the Roos are seriously going to do some damage.

One look at Port’s post-Christmas time trial and you can basically engrave their name on the 2021 premiership cup.

Dustin Martin seen at Richmond training.

Tigers chances of four flags in five years looking even more likely.

Mark the Saints time trial down as the moment the Club made a statement and went on to win their 2nd premiership.

The Swans were seen doing a handball drill which got punters quickly heading to the Neds app to see what odds they were to take out the 2021 Premiership. ($81)

Eagles sprint drill = Sending a warning to the competition.

Are the Western Bulldogs hydrating with water or do they have some secret formula that will take them to the heights experienced back in 2016?