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Going for broke: Multi of the Week (June 18)

AS part of a new affiliate partnership with popular online betting company Ladbrokes, One on One Sports SA will be providing you, our readers, with a ‘Multi of the Week’ – created by me, Grady Hudd.

Like many sports fans, I enjoy the occasional weekend flutter and the Multi of the Week series is designed to be a little bit of fun, and a place for One on One Sports SA followers to share their multi-bet triumphs with each other.

Hopefully there will be many winning bets to share!

Before I go any further, here is a MAJOR DISCLAIMER: I am not a professional punter, and this weekly blog is not designed to influence your betting for the week ahead – I am not responsible for your losses if you wish to mimic my bet (if you do, and lose, at least take comfort knowing I’ve had no luck either).

This is purely a way for the average punter to view my bet for the week, ride it with me if you wish, provide feedback on my selections, or simply have a laugh at my expense as I go the whole AFL season without a collect (let’s hope that doesn’t happen).

If you want to join in the fun with me – and remember to GAMBLE RESPONSIBLY (I can’t stress this enough) – you can sign up with Ladbrokes HERE.

Righto, now that’s out the way, let’s get into my first Multi of the Week!

TOTAL OUTLAY: $20 RETURN: $1368.76

My Multi of the Week.

FIRST LEG

New Zealand v South Africa (New Zealand win. Odds: $1.73)

I reckon this is good value for the Kiwis, who are yet to be defeated in their three world cup appearances so far.

Their most recent game against India got washed out without a ball being bowled, but before that they scored a 10-wicket win over Sri Lanka, a two-wicket win over Bangladesh (who maybe are better than many thought after knocking off the West Indies) and a seven-wicket win against Afghanistan.

They’ve got quality all through their batting line-up with the big hitting Martin Guptill and Colin Munro at the top of the order, plus Kane Williamson, and some quality seamers in Matthew Henry and Trent Boult.

South Africa is a quality Test nation, but I reckon New Zealand is a better one-day unit.

SECOND LEG

Australia v Bangladesh (Top Aus wicket taker, Pat Cummins. Odds: $3.25)

The Tigers are flying after chasing down 322 runs against the Windies just three wickets down.

However, their batsmen have shown they’re susceptible to genuine right-arm pace.

England’s Jofra Archer and Ben Stokes each took two wickets against them, while New Zealand’s Matthew Henry snagged four poles in his match.

I reckon Cummins could be in for a big haul, especially if he breaks through for a couple of early wickets in his first spell.

THIRD LEG

Sydney v Hawthorn (Half-time, full-time Hawthorn-Sydney. Odds: $6.5)

The Hawks have shown an ability to start games well of late, but finish them poorly.

They were only three points down against Essendon on the weekend at the main break before fading in the second half, and they led at half-time against Brisbane before going to sleep.

I reckon the Swans will win this contest, but Hawthorn will start well – they’re a proud club and we can expect to see a response in support of skipper Ben Stratton after ‘pinching-gate’.

FINAL LEG

St Kilda v Brisbane (Line bet, Brisbane -5.5. Odds: $1.90)

Sorry Saints fans, but I don’t think you’re getting within a goal of Brisbane.

The Lions are a team on the up, and St Kilda looked very poor against Gold Coast on the weekend.

My only real worry is the game being played at Marvel Stadium, but I’d like to think Brisbane can still get the job done.

There you have it! Let me know what you think by leaving a comment below the article, or on our Facebook page.

I’d also love for you to share your Ladbrokes multibets with us, and can do so by messaging our Facebook page at One on One Sports SA or leaving a comment on our Multi of the Week post.

Until next week, happy punting!

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Grady grew up in Bordertown in the state’s South East, around 10 minutes from the Victorian border, and is a Geelong Cats tragic and a lover of sports. Grady has worked in the journalism field for more than six years at a number of regional newspapers. He plays cricket for Trinity Old Scholars, and doesn’t mind teeing it up at some of the fantastic golf courses scattered across Adelaide and its surrounding regions.