There's a massive weekend of Anzac footy coming up and Bing is looking to continue it's hot tipping form, with 28 games from 36 predicted correctly so far this season. To see Bing's AFL predictions for this weekend, just head to Bing.com and search AFL.
Here's our thoughts on the weekend's clashes.
Hawthorn v Adelaide
The Crows have been in awesome form this year, but you’d have to be brave to bet against the 3 time reigning premiers at the G’. Look for Sam Mitchell, Luke Hodge and Jordan Lewis to control the midfield battle and get the Hawks over the line.
Sydney Swans v West Coast Eagles
The Swans v Eagles rivalry is set for another cracker this weekend with both teams in great form. Coming off a bruising contest against the Crows last week, the Swans might just get over-run by the Eagles.
Gold Coast v North Melbourne
With five outs for the Suns including vice-captain Steven May and the Kangaroos off to an unbeaten start, we are going with North to go 5-0.
Western Bulldogs vs Brisbane Lions
Despite a horror few weeks of injuries at the Kennel, they still have too much pace and experience for the Brisbane Lions and should get over the line comfortable. Look out for Jake Stringer to kick a bag.
Port Adelaide vs Geelong Cats
Despite last week’s thrashing at the hands of the Giants, expect a determined and desperate Port Adelaide to bounce back at home. Despite beating in Hawthorn in R1, the Cats have struggled in recent weeks against GWS and an under-manned Essendon.
St Kilda v GWS
Many looking forward to this game between two up and coming young teams. The Giants will be full of confidence after their demolition of Port Adelaide, but home ground advantage and the experienced heads of Riewoldt and Montagna to help the Saints get over the line, just.
Fremantle vs Carlton
Both teams will be desperate for their first win of the season – it’s been good to see the Blues playing competitive footy this year but expect Fremantle to be way too strong at home as they aim to get their season back on track.
Melbourne vs Richmond
It’s been a tough few weeks for Richmond, but the return of Brett Deledio will be a huge boost for the Tigers and their star power should get them over the line against the fast improving Demons.
Collingwood v Essendon
The ANZAC Day clash is one of the most highly anticipated games of the year and with Collingwood’s season on the line they’re going to be fired up. The likes of Pendelbury, Sidebottom and Treloar are big game players and should rise to the occasion to give the Pies the win.
Have a great Anzac Weekend!
— Joe Walkden, Bing Product Marketing Manager, Australia