Here are TAB.com.au's best betting options for the upcoming round of AFL.
Off the back of a stunning upset of ladder leaders Geelong, Port have the opportunity to cement their spot in the top 8 in a contest they are expected to win.
Finals are all but a distant memory for the lacklustre Bulldogs, however, they have been competitive in almost every game this year, especially last week to the Pies falling short by nine points.
Despite the average point score eclipsing 146.5 points when these two clash, rain is forecast in Adelaide and the skills between the pair will be seriously hampered.
TAB punters seem convinced there is no way the score will go over 146.5 points as the 'Under' holds over 90 percent of the money wagered on this market.
Gold Coast not only recorded their first win over Sydney last year at the SCG, but they became the biggest outsiders at $17 with TAB to win an AFL match since records were first kept in 1995.
They started the match horribly before going on to upset the Swans in a thriller.
After nine losses in a row this year the Suns desperately need a win to give them a boost for the rest of the season.
TAB punters are predicting that the Suns will be competitive on Saturday against the Swans as Gold Coast currently hold more than 90 percent of the money wagered on the +34.5 line.
GWS forward Jeremy Cameron, is leading the Coleman Medal race with 40 goals and is TAB favourite for the individual accolade at $1.80.
The Giants have the edge over the Bombers winning five of the last six and registering a reasonably high score in each contest.
The Bombers will have their work cut out for them trying to deal with Cameron - and this special gives punters four chances throughout four quarters for the tall forward to score the first major.
Considering Cameron has kicked either the first goal of the game or of a quarter 6 times this year it is worth a look.
Despite the last six encounters between the two split at 3-3 all the Eagles will be looking to maintain their unbeaten record at the MCG since the start of 2018.
A win on Saturday will make it five straight at the ground.
TAB punters are anticipating the Eagles to win by under 39-points as they hold most of the money wagered on the margin market. Considering the average win margin between them is 31 points and with rain expected on Saturday in Melbourne, it's going to be close.
Fremantle have dominated Carlton since 2013, winning six of the past seven by an average margin of 34-points.
TAB punters believe the Blues will struggle heading over there to take on the Dockers given how hot and cold Carlton have been this year.
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