Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Top of the Table Clash Awaits Dockers and Saints

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At the start of the year, who would have thought that the Dockers taking on St Kilda would be a big game? Now it’s the biggest game thus far in season 2010. Both sides are striving to be undefeated after four rounds of the season.

No doubt Fremantle are on a high. For the first time in their history, they have won their opening three matches. Now they face St Kilda in an absolutely massive match. The two have had some amazing matches over the years and this promises to be the best of them all.

Geelong were valiant over in the West and will bounce back against Port Adelaide when they unveil the 2009 Premiership flag.

Elsewhere the Bombers travel West to take on the Eagles in the opening game of Round 4. The Bombers are fresh off their win against Carlton and would love nothing more than to make it two on the trot.

Sydney have rebounded well since losing to St Kilda in their opening match. They have defeated the Crows and Richmond but these two are the bottom two sides on the ladder so who knows where their form is really at. What can be sure is that their new players such as Daniel Bradshaw and Ben McGlynn are fitting in well. Being in such good form, most of the live bets are going to be on the Swans especially at the start of the game.

Adelaide host Carlton in a game between two strugglers. Will this be the game that sees Adelaide win their first game of season 2010?

Collingwood meet Hawthorn in a game between two losers from Round three. These sides will both be licking their wounds after these losses and be keen not to make it two losses in a row.

Brisbane are also undefeated and host the Bulldogs up at the Gabba. The Bulldogs are doing well but the Lions seem to be playing better. The combination of Fevola and Brown is working like a charm and the other recruits are also playing well.

Richmond meet Melbourne in a game between the two sides favorite for the wooden spoon although saying that Richmond would be ahead of Melbourne after the Demons defeated the Crows in Round three. They also showed a lot of heart in their narrow loss to Collingwood. The truth of the matter is that Richmond look like a rabble and who knows how much more their supporters can take.

Darren Albert writes for this blog. He also writes about online betting odds.

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