AFL Betting News: Catch up on all the successful & unsuccessful betting action from Round 1 of the 2023 AFL season.
A total of 5 favourites won in Round 1: Nth Melbourne ($1.88), Melbourne ($1.65), Sydney ($1.59), GWS Giants ($1.68) and Essendon ($1.68).
Biggest upset: St Kilda defeated Fremantle by 15pts at Marvel Stadium, the Saints were $2.92.
A total of 5 favourites cleared their betting line in Round 1, 5 of 9 (55.6%) favourites have cleared their betting line in 2023.
Follow on Twitter @aflratingsLab
AFL News on Twitter @aflratings
In Round 1, a total of 6 games recorded an ‘Over’ result against Total Match Points lines.
The Geelong-Collingwood game closed with a Total Match Points line at 165.5pts, both teams combined for 228pts.
Highest scoring team: Port Adelaide 126pts
Lowest scoring team: Fremantle 52pts
Teams scored an average of 87.0pts in Round 1.
2023 AFL Premiership Market Moves
Melbourne firm into $5.00 premiership favourite after one game, the Demons were $6.00 prior to Round 1.
Geelong drift out to $6.00, the Magpies firm into $8.00.
*Odds via Sportsbet (More odds available)
2023 BROWNLOW MEDAL RESOURCES
Follow AFLRATINGS Bet Lab on Twitter @aflratingsLab
Follow AFLRATINGS on Twitter @aflratings