The Data Scientists’ predictive AFL Model has arrived for the 2016 season.
Utilising a vast array of variables and proven statistical methods, their AFL Prediction Model takes a purely mathematical approach to predicting the outcomes of weekly matches.
These predicted AFL probabilities can be used to identify value Back & Lay bets across the Exchange market. Factors such as player injuries and weather aren’t considered in the assessments but can be manually considered in your wagering to give you an added edge.
Round 6 AFL Predictions
Compare the Model’s predicted prices to the market to identify your value bets. Hawthorn and Melbourne have been identified as the early value BACK bets from the Predictive Model in Round 6. All times below are EST.
North Melbourne v Western Bulldogs
Friday April 29, 7:50pm – Etihad Stadium
Adelaide v Fremantle
Saturday April 30, 2:10pm – Adelaide Oval
Geelong Cats v Gold Coast
Saturday April 30, 7:25pm – Simonds Stadium
Brisbane v Sydney
Sunday May 1, 1:10pm – Gabba
West Coast v Collingwood
Sunday May 1, 4:40pm – Domain Stadium
Melbourne v St Kilda
Saturday April 30, 1:45pm – Etihad Stadium
GWS Giants v Hawthorn
Saturday April 30, 4:35pm – Spotless Stadium
Richmond v Port Adelaide
Saturday April 30, 7:25pm – MCG
Carlton v Essendon
Sunday May 1, 3:20pm – MCG