When it comes to betting on the AFL, many punters wonder if betting on the underdog is a good option. In most cases, the payout you get from betting on the favourite is quite low. On the other hand, betting on the underdog is risky but can pull in a big return if the team manages to pull off an upset. A we all know, upsets do happen and when they do, you want to be able to take advantage of the odds on offer. If you want to make money betting on the AFL, you need to do is look at sports betting from a holistic standpoint. Essentially, you need to look at the big picture and decide what type of betting will benefit you the most.
The Melbourne Cup 2016 was held on November 1st in 2016. Known as the Race That Stops a Nation, 2016 did not disappoint with a number of surprises and upsets which kept punters and trainers on their toes. Favourites fell out of contention, outsiders won, and everyone had such a good time that Americans frowned […]