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AFL Grand Final Hawthorn v Sydney

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AFL Grand Final, 2012 - This is what it is all about, Grand Final Saturday! Hawthorn verse Sydney at the MCG, 2.30pm. The latest Live AFL Grand Final Odds see Hawthorn as pronounced favourites with their head to head odds currently trading between $1.44 up to $1.471 while Sydney who will be happy to assume the underdogs status, are priced between $2.75 up $2.90. The line handicap market sees the average bookmaker line being Hawthorn .....

AFL Finals Week 2

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AFL Finals Week 2, 2012 - And then there were six! With comfortable wins under their belts the Hawks and Swans get the week off. Their opponents for next week will be decided in AFL Finals Week 2 where Adelaide host Fremantle, Friday night 8:15pm and Collingwood host West Coast, Saturday

AFL Finals Week 1

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AFL Finals Week 1, 2012 - September means AFL Finals Footy! And it all gets underway this Friday night when Hawthorn takes on Collingwood. Then on Saturday afternoon Adelaide host Sydney followed by Geelong v Fremantle and Sunday afternoon sees West Coast at home against North Melbourne

Geelong v Sydney

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AFL Round 23, 2012 - Geelong host Sydney at Simonds Stadium in AFL Round 23, Saturday 1.45pm. The current bookmakers odds see Geelong trading between $1.64 up to $1.714 in the head to head market while Sydney are priced between $2.15 up to $2.30. The line

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