Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Magpies Flying High

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The Magpies are on a high after going to Western Australia and defeating the Dockers. Now they have another big game against Geelong. These two sides should combine for a Friday Night classic at the MCG. This game is so big that Channel Seven have decided to broadcast it live into Melbourne.

The Dockers need to rebound against the Swans in Sydney. After a great start the Swans have dropped their last two losing to both the Cats and Bulldogs. Now they have to host the Dockers in what should be a good game.

Richmond will be hoping to open their account against Essendon in the Dreamtime match. The Tigers have been close but just haven’t been able to seal the deal. They lost by three points to Hawthorn while Essendon will be feeling very confident after defeating St Kilda.

Melbourne will host Port Adelaide in what is a game which should be pretty even. Neither have set the world on fire this year and the Power will be licking their wounds after their loss to Carlton.

The Blues on the other hand will be euphoric of their recent form of not which has seen them topple both St Kilda and Port. They have five wins from their eight games which is a pretty good return. They play Hawthorn in a game which should be quite fiery.

Adelaide host the Lions and the visitors will be desperate for a win after their season has come off the rails of late. Still you would think they should be too good for the Crows.

The Eagles host St Kilda and this is a tricky game for the Saints. They aren’t in the best of form and now have to travel all the way there while the Eagles are on a high after their win over the Demons.

The Bulldogs play North Melbourne in a game which could go either way. Live betting should be pretty even here with there no apparent favorite.

After eight weeks, the ladder is starting to separate and you would have to say that things are tough for the teams on three wins or less. This means you have 10 teams playing for eight spots. Will the ladder stay as it currently is come September? Will the eight teams now in the eight be the ones all playing in the finals. We’ll have to wait and see.

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

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