Tuesday, 27 February 2018

AFLW 2 - TWO SEVENS

Two Sevens.

No, not an AFLX-type idea for AFLW... but
2.7 each of two was the drawn scoreline between GWS and Adelaide, and
Brooke Lochland kicked seven goals to be the first in AFLW history to kick 5 or more, and
Lauren Arnell kicked two goals to score all of Carlton's goals. A first for this year(and possibly all time) that a single player has scored all a teams goals (other than when they've only kicked one for the match).

So that's nice.

Results:
Two (a third if you count draw's as 'tipped correct').

PREDICTIONRESULTRATINGS CHANGE
2pts73pts+36-37
20pts7pts-5+5
11pts34pts-21+23
7ptsDRAW+2-9



Current Rankings:

RANKINGSPre:R 5
TEAMPTSΔPTSΔRK
1W Bulldogs/FFC106736+3
2Brisbane Lions1058-5-1
3Melbourne1028-21-1
4Adelaide1025-9-1
5Carlton985-37-
6Collingwood97223-
7Fremantle9375-
8GWS9142-
Wow, the Dogs spiflicating Carlton sees them rise to the top of the rankings from 4th.



Forecasting:
The next round of AFLW looks like this, so take care in your tipping competitions.

HOMEAWAYVENUEPREDICTION
MelbournevBrisbane LionsCasey F4pts
FremantlevGWSFremant9pts
AdelaidevCarltonNorwood11pts
CollingwoodvW Bulldogs/FFCMoe10pts

Massive game for Melbourne and Brisbane... match of the round stuff.


The remainder of the season predictor sees the finals spots as a race between two.


FMI RANKING-BASED PREDICTIONS (2018)
LADDER POSITION12345678
1W Bulldogs/FFC791641
2Brisbane Lions1967922
3Melbourne1523212211105
4Fremantle324191916611
5Carlton318181523149
6Adelaide4142117131515
7GWS14109242824
8Collingwood3814132635


And while on topic, only 7 teams have a chance to finish... top 2, with Collingwood slipping further down the expectation charts.


But you know what?
This is AFLW, and this season has shown almost anything can happen.

Great, isn't it.

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