Richmond v Brisbane Lions betting tips, prediction & odds update; AFL rd 10 preview

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Welcome to our Richmond v Brisbane Lions betting tips, prediction and odds update for their round 10 AFL clash at Metricon Stadium on the Gold Coast on Tuesday night.

The defending premiers are heading into this match fresh off a crushing win against the Western Bulldogs last Wednesday and with two extra days of rest as Brisbane last played on Friday night. Though to be fair, that match was a walk in the park against the dismal Essendon side.

This is a clear match of the round, with the Lions riding high in second spot and the Tigers moving ominously to fifth, despite missing a couple of veterans who have remained in Victoria and losing players such as midfielder Dion Prestia to injury.

Perversely this seems to have worked in the Tigers’ favour as they have an abundance of quick, eager youngsters playing with confidence in a game style that demands high-pressure and non-stop running.

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This match will be a tremendous pointer to the flag chances of both sides and is a great chance for the Lions to get an enormously heavy monkey off their backs.

Richmond have, believe it or not, won the past 14 MATCHES between these teams, most of those by significant margins. The Lions have not beaten the Tigers since round 7, 2009!

The Tigers are expected to regain gun defender Nick Vlaustin  after a calf injury for this clash, with Josh Caddy  not expected to return until Saturday’s match against Port Adelaide.

Below we have given our free Richmond v Brisbane Lions betting tips and winner prediction for their round 10 AFL clash, starting at 7:10pm AEST. 

Tigers v Lions odds

Start:7.10pm AEST, August 4
Venue:Metricon Stadium
Head-to-head odds:Richmond ($1.94) v Brisbane ($1.86)
Line betting: Richmond +1.5 ($1.90) v Brisbane -1.5 ($1.90)
Premiership odds: Richmond $6.50; Brisbane $5.50

Tigers v Lions tips

Our AFL betting expert has scoured the odds and found several value Tigers v Lions tips for Tuesday’s game.

Richmond to win by 24 points or less

This option is available at around $3.10 with leading bookmakers Unibet. We expected a close tussle but it’s hard to argue with 14 wins in a row and we can’t forget the manner in which the Tigers brushed aide the Lions twice last last season. Plus they have a couple of extra days rest and will swarm as Richmond do when playing well. Not pretty to watch but devastatingly effective.

Richmond to win/match total under 122.5 points

This doubles market at Unibet is paying $3.65. Brisbane have scored freely in many matches this season bit it will be tougher against the stifling Richmond style. We expect something of a slog even in decent conditions on the Gold Coast.

Richmond Tigers v Brisbane Lions prediction 4/8/2020

We can’t wait for this clash between two genuine contenders. So much will be revealed about how the season could unfold for both these quality teams which play with radically different styles. Our money this time is on the high-pressure, manic Tigers style once again standing up to scrutiny in a big match. Our final Richmond v Brisbane prediction? Tigers by 20 points.

Tigers v Lions lowdown

How can I watch the Richmond-Brisbane AFL clash?

Subscription TV: Foxtel; streaming/IPTV: Kayo; mobile: AFL Live Pass.

How can I bet on the Tigers v Lions round 10 AFL game?

All of the top online betting sites will offer markets on the AFL.

What time does the Tigers v Lions round 10 AFL game start?

The game starts at 7:10pm AEST on August 4, 2020.

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I don’t reckon Richmond can win this champ – Bears are flying and tige got no mids other than dusty

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haven’t been watching much footy in last few years Tugger?