AFL 2015 Round 14 Tips and Odds

Round 14 of the 2015 AFL season will begin on Thursday night with what looks to be a quality match between to possible premiership contenders. The round overall looks pretty easy for tipping and we expect another profitable round. View our AFL 2015 Round 14 Tips, Match Info and each teams odds.


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Match 1: Sydney Swans ($1.53) vs Port Adelaide Power ($2.50)

When: 19:20 | Thursday 02/07/2015

Where: SCG

Tip: Sydney Swans at $1.53


Match 2: Collingwood Magpies ($3.75) vs Hawthorn Hawks ($1.27)

When: 19:50 | Friday 03/07/2015

Where: MCG

Tip: Hawthorn Hawks at $1.27


Match 3: Richmond Tigers ($1.25) vs Greater Western Sydney Giants ($3.90)

When: 13:40 | Saturday 04/07/2015

Where: MCG

Tip: Richmond Tigers at $1.25


Match 4: Gold Coast Suns ($3.40) vs North Melbourne Kangaroos ($1.32)

When: 16:35 | Saturday 04/07/2015

Where: Metricon Stadium

Tip: North Melbourne Kangaroos at $1.32


Match 5: Western Bulldogs ($1.53) vs Carlton Blues ($2.50)

When: 19:20 | Saturday 04/07/2015

Where: Etihad Stadium

Tip: Western Bulldogs at $1.53


Match 6: Melbourne Demons ($3.70) vs West Coast Eagles ($1.28)

When: 19:40 | Saturday 04/07/2015

Where: TIO Stadium

Tip: West Coast Eagles at $1.28


Match 7: Essendon Bombers ($1.57) vs St Kilda Saints ($2.40)

When: 13:10 | Sunday 05/07/2015

Where: Etihad Stadium

Tip: Essendon Bombers at $1.57


Match 8: Adelaide Crows ($1.80) vs Geelong Cats ($2.00)

When: 15:20 | Sunday 05/07/2015

Where: Adelaide Oval

Tip: Adelaide Crows at $1.80


Match 9: Fremantle Dockers ($1.04) vs Brisbane Lions ($11.00)

When: 16:40 | Sunday 05/07/2015

Where: Domain Stadium

Tip: Fremantle Dockers at $1.04




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Hawthorn key defender Brian Lake is lobbying for a new AFL contract, saying he has never felt better.

The 33-year-old is out of contract at the end of this season.

Lake’s importance was emphasised on the weekend when fellow backman James Frawley suffered a shoulder injury.

“I keep going up and pestering the coaches and the CEO that I reckon I’ve got another year in me, especially with James falling down a couple of times and I know (about that) myself,” Lake said on Monday.

“I’m still enjoying the game – that’s the main thing.

“The body’s probably the best it’s been since I’ve been at Hawthorn and the last couple of years at the Bulldogs as well.

“So you’re probably looking at five years. This is the best my body’s felt.

Lake switched from the Western Bulldogs to the Hawks after the 2012 season, playing in the past two premiership teams.

After suffering a knee injury earlier this season, Lake has been solid as the Hawks have won their past four games.

He has played 238 games since his 2002 senior debut.

“I guess the challenge when you’re 33 years old, it’s about the mind – if you can keep rocking up every day,” he said.

“I’m enjoying every moment I’ve been at the club and playing. I’d obviously love to be playing for Hawthorn again next year but, if not, I’ll be down at Caroline Springs.”

All odds are subject to change. Odds listed are correct at the time of the latest update.

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