Here you will find a leaderboard of the tipping results of Australia’s brightest Aussie Rules minds, including current and past players, pundits, and people working in the AFL media. The leaderboard is updated by us at the end of each round, where we award two points for a correct tip. Therefore, with nine games played in a round, the maximum number of points achievable in a round is 18.
The Win POT (Profit on Turnover) % category in the right-hand column signifies the amount of return you would get if you placed a $1 win bet on each of the expert’s tips. For example, if after 5 rounds the tipster’s Win POT % was 44.4%, that means that if you had put $1 on every tip (45 games, so $45) and the win return was $66.00, you would be sitting on a 44.4% profit. Look for tipsters whose Win POT % is positive because they are the ones who are in the black
With a comprehensive leaderboard showing the tipping stats of those playing and working in the AFL scene, it is easy to see who really knows their footy. Likewise, look under the Source column to see what media company the leading tipping experts work for. Who will win the battle between radio, paid TV and free to air? Which news organisation will come out on top? Or, for a bit of battle between the sexes, have a look to see if it's the ladies or the blokes who are better judges of AFL footy.
To find out more about certain tipsters, click on their name.
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