Round 6 v Geelong

Not since the Sydney 2000 Olympics has the city anticipated quite the sporting event quite like the second-placed Brisbane Lions (proudly sponsored…

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AFL Round 5 Tips & Preview

Brace yourself for another weekend of agile, fluid, flexible scheduling mixed with some games good and some very, very bad. If things…

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Round 4 v Adelaide

The GABBA this Sunday afternoon will have all the feels of a family reunion as 10,000 of the Lions faithful return through…

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AFL Round 4 Tips & Preview

Backing winners and staying in the black in the world of AFL tipping is an almost impossible task right now. From upsets…

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Australian Rules Football has grown from humble beginnings into Australia’s most popular football code and more recently, has become a favourite of the online betting community.

Aussie Rules was originally forged as a way to keep cricketers fit in the winter, but the sport has more than taken its position within the Australian sporting landscape and boasts the country’s best crowds and overall viewership markets annually.

The AFL only came to be in its current form in 1990 and was previously called the ‘VFL’; with teams fielded only in the state of Victoria. Since then however, the AFL has truly become an Australian sport with several teams now based in Queensland, New South Wales, South Australia and Western Australia.

Neds offers punters a wide variety of AFL betting options, including the standard game, head-to-head and line markets, as well as a plethora of futures markets including the yearly Brownlow Medal count and which team will be crowned premiers.