Eagles Outsiders Despite Hosting Hawthorn

The Eagles are outsiders against Hawthorn for their round 19 AFL clash on Saturday despite sitting second on the ladder and playing at home. Can West Coast continue their 7 game unbeaten run with victory over the Hawks?

West Coast clash with Hawthorn on Saturday night in the AFL’s game of the round! The second placed Eagles entertain the third placed Hawks in the West in what should be gripping contest at Domain Stadium. Luxbet have an offer on the encounter to add even more excitement and it could see customers refunded with a bonus bet even if their wager on the game is unsuccessful.

You Won’t Lose if Your Team Wins

Place a Winning Margin wager on West Coast v Hawthorn and if it loses, but the team you selected wins, you’ll be refunded. The refund will be in the form of a bonus bet, equal to your stake, up to $100. Only your first bet on the market qualifies for the promotion. If you select the draw on Luxbet’s Winning Margin market you won’t be eligible for a refund. The price for the match to end all square is $51; West Coast played out the first tie of the season last weekend against Gold Coast.

Eagles Outsiders at Home

Having narrowly avoided defeat last round the Eagles are now 7 games unbeaten heading into Saturday’s showdown? Despite their recent run and their strong home record West Coast are outsiders against the double defending premiers.  The hosts are $2.80 to beat Hawthorn by under 40 points while they’re more almost double figures for a 40 points plus victory. The Eagles managed a monster win against Sydney in their last home appearance, could they do it again big juicy odds?

Richmond ruined Hawthorn’s 10 game winning streak in round 18 as the Hawks tasted defeat for the first time since round 6. And another loss this weekend could cost them a top 2 finish and a home final in September.  The 2 teams haven’t met this season but the Hawks have won the past 3 encounters including a 2013 triumph in Western Australia. The visitors are paying $2.20 to win by 1-39 while they’re around $5 to wallop West Coast.

What will happen in this battle of the Birds? Can the Eagles extend their advantage on the ladder or will Hawthorn close the gap between second and third to just 2 points?