Round 14 of the AFL season kicks off on Thursday night, and starting from game one, every game of the round is set to be a cracker. Dabble’s experts will provide AFL tips for each and every round of the 2023 AFL season, meaning you won’t miss a thing.
Our AFL footy tips cover all the key factors of every game, of every round. So, if you are as obsessed with the AFL as the team at Dabble are, you have certainly come to the right place! Get your scrolling finger ready, all you need to do is read and scroll, our experts will take care of everything else for you.
Check out all our expert AFL tips for Round 14 below:
Game 1 – Port Adelaide Power vs Geelong Cats, Thursday 15th June, 7.40pm
Talk about a must win game and add to that the fact it's up against the most in form team going around, the Power at Adelaide Oval. Each week they tick off another win and sit second on the ladder looking to continue hopefully towards a home final and double chance. I just don’t know about the Cats, started slow found a bit of form but have dropped some crucial games and sees them just outside the eight and I'll repeat, must win game.
Game 2 – Brisbane Lions vs Sydney Swans, Friday 16th June, 7.50pm
I don’t think its rocket surgery it's just simple facts, Brisbane away, bad. Brisbane at home, good. One win from the last 12 at the MCG and last week continuing that trend losing to the Hawks. It's hard to win a Premiership if you can't win at the MCG. The Swans have injured players that are starting to come back but will need to lift all over the ground to bet the Lions at the Gabba. Lions at home = good.
Game 3 – Greater Western Sydney Giants vs Fremantle Dockers, Saturday 17th June, 4.35pm
To the halfway point of the year, I have seen both of these sides slowly build into the season. They haven't lit the world on fire, and both started off fairly slowly but have recently been able to reap the rewards of sticking to the process. The Giants have a new system which takes time, and the Dockers just couldn’t find their grove or consistency with 22 to pick up where they left off last year. Will be a cracking game genuine 50/50 for mine.
Game 4 – Richmond Tigers vs St Kilda Saints, Saturday 17th June, 7.25pm
I can admit when I'm wrong, I genuinely didn’t think the Saints would win many games this year let alone play finals. They have been the biggest surprise for me this year and a win here will well and truly put them in a position with their run home to play finals. The Tigers have found a new lease on life with the change of coach, but how long does that last and does that kick start a surge to September.
Game 5 – Carlton Blues vs Gold Coast Suns, Sunday 18th June, 1.10pm
I can tell you this right now, the Carlton supporters that are holding onto hope of their team turning this season around and getting on a roll will well and truly rip their membership up if they lose to the Suns at home this week. Fresh off the bye and two wins in a row against teams currently sitting in the eight, you would think the Suns might even start favourites.
Game 6 – North Melbourne Kangaroos vs Western Bulldogs, Sunday 18th June, 4.40pm
You could say the timing couldn’t be better for the Bulldogs in desperate need of a win and them playing the second last team on the ladder. Although they haven't won a game since Clarkson left the helm, they have definitely throughout games been well and truly in the contest. With Bevo renown for throwing the magnets around, it will be interesting to see how this side lines up and even then, should get the job done anyway.
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