AFL announce Round 23 Super Saturday schedule


AFL announce Round 23 Super Saturday schedule

The AFL has revealed a ‘Super Saturday‘ schedule for the 23rd round of the 2015 campaign. The league announced it on august 5th and said the half dozen games will be held on Saturday, September 5th to make sure the teams heading into the finals all have the same rest period. The weekend will kick off on the Friday night when the Richmond Tigers take on the North Melbourne Kangaroos at Etihad Stadium. There will also be two games the next night when the West Coast Eagles meet the St Kilda Saints at Domain Stadium and the Gold Coast Suns visit the Sydney Cricket Ground to tangle with the Sydney Swans. Fan and bettor should remember to make their picks for these contest with a CrownBet AFL Head to Head Bet

The AFL decided to schedule the Richmond vs North Melbourne match for Friday since it’s the only fixture of the final round which is being contested by two top-eight teams. The AFL thought about holding the clash between the Hawthorn Hawks and Carlton Blues on Friday night, but felt it would be fair to the three other top-four teams if the Hawks played the same day they did. The current league- leading Fremantle Dockers play on Saturday afternoon to make sure they can get back to Perth that night following their match in Adelaide to Perth that evening. The Western Bulldogs are also playing the Brisbane Lions at the Gabba in the day to give them adequate traveling time. Don’t forget to back your club each week of the footy season with a CrownBet AFL Head to Head Bet.

The Eagles and Swans have been scheduled to play Saturday night as they’re both playing at home and won’t need to travel a week before the playoffs get underway. The Super Saturday schedule means there will be just a pair of games held on Sunday, September 6. These games feature four sides which won’t be taking part in the finals a they’re currently sitting below the top eight. Thee fixture will see the Melbourne Demons take on the Greater Western Sydney Giants at Etihad Stadium and the Collingwood Magpies against the Essendon Bombers at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Don’t let these game pass you by without picking the winners via a CrownBet AFL Head to Head Bet.


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