2018 Toyota AFL Premiership Outlook

2018 Toyota AFL Premiership

The Australian Football League season starts in less than two months, and AFL fans are getting excited. The 2017 season was absolutely thrilling as only AFL can be, so 2018 is going to be another ripper.

AFL matches to watch in 2018

Thursday March 22

Richmond v Carlton (Opening

Tuesday April 24

Melbourne v Richmond

Wednesday April 25

Collingwood v Essendon

Saturday June 2

Essendon v Richmond

Monday June 11

Melbourne v Collingwood

And while we wait in anticipation for the 2018 AFL season to start and to place our bets, why not try out a few rounds of online slots Canada has to offer or look at the reruns of the top AFL matches of 2017.

2017 AFL Match Highlights

Adelaide Crows vs. Sydney Swans – Held at the Adelaide Oval, this was a wonderful match between these two top teams was held towards the end of the season, the Sydney Swans managed a win over the top ranked Adelaide Crows. The Crows had many chances to win this match but could not pull it off.

Watch a rerun of this match, just to see the Goals by Reid and Papley, it’s worth it.

Sydney Swans vs. Hawthorn – Held at the Melbourne cricket Ground, this thrilling match was won by a courageous Hawthorn, whose star forward kicked a goal to ensure a win for Hawthorn, right in the dyeing minutes of the match. The lame duck Sydney Swans were unable to get enough momentum going to ensure a win.

West Coast Eagles vs. Melbourne – Held at Domain Stadium, this match seemed to be to be jinxed for Melbourne as they had not won a match in Perth against Freemantle in 13 years. However the jinx did not hold and the Melbourne team managed an impressive win over West Coast with a last minute goal by defender Tom McDonald.

This win was their fourth win in a row, and boosted their chances of a top eight placement.

Geelong Cats vs. Hawthorn – Held at the Melbourne cricket Ground, the 70,000 fans packing the stadium were kept on their toes by gripping match that came down to the final siren. This match cemented Patrick Dangerfield as a super human, when he was taken off with a serious leg injury, but returned later as the Geelong Cats full forward. Dangerfield then kicked 5.6 for the game and was a pivotal part of the Geelong winning strategy.

Geelong held on to the lead to win by three points, with a few misses by Hawthorn nearly costing them the game.

Geelong Cats vs. Port Adelaide – Held at the Simonds Stadium, this thrilling match completely held the attention of the fans watching. The Geelong Cats were out string as they were celebrating their anniversary of winning the 2007 premiership, but Port Adelaide gave them a great fight. Geelong Cat star, Patrick Dangerfield kicked an epic goal with only 90 seconds of the match left, and then Port Adelaide made a valiant attempt to score but the attempt was fumbled and Geelong managed to keep their 2 point lead.