AFL Round 14 Tips and Player Props

AFL Saturday for Round 14 of the 2020 AFL Season kicks off, and we have three big games to get through.

It all starts in Adelaide where the Power will host the Swans at the Adelaide Oval. We then head out West where the Dockers will host the Giants in a must-win game for both sides to have any chance to play finals. Saturday Night Football will finish with an intriguing battle between the Demons and the Saints.

Friday Night Football saw a close encounter in which the Cats overcame a fast-starting Bulldogs outfit to win the match and go to the top of the AFL Ladder.

Check out some of the Highlights below.

Be sure to check back for AFL Footy Tips, AFL Player Props, AFL Previews and AFL Predictions for each Round of the 2020 AFL Season.

Tipping Results So Far

Round 14 Tips – 3/3

Round 14 Player Props – 2/3

Season Tips – 82/116 = 70.69%

Season Player Props – 35/62 = 56.45%

Port Adelaide Power vs Sydney Swans

Last Meeting

Round 21 2019 Port Adelaide 15.13 103 – Sydney 7.14 56

(Port Adelaide by 47 Points)

Last 5 Meetings

Port Adelaide – 3 Wins

Sydney – 2 Wins

Last Round

The Power were tested by the Hawks in Round 13, but managed to win the match by 10 Points.

The Swans were disappointing against the Dockers and only managed to put 19 points on the board in their 31 Point Loss.

The Power have made five changes for this clash with Mitch Georgiades out injured and Jarrod Lienert, Sam Mayes, Steven Motlop and Boyd Woodcock all getting dropped. Coming into the side is Ryan Burton, Xavier Duursma, Todd Marshall, Connor Rozee and Cam Sutcliffe.

For the Swans, Zac Foot, Colin O’Riordan and Dylan Stephens are out of the team. Coming in is Allir Allir, Ryan Clarke and Justin  McInerney.

Current Head to Head Odds

Port Adelaide – $1.15

Sydney – $5.50


The Cats have taken the top spot on the 2020 AFL Ladder, and the Power will be looking to regain the top position. They won’t want to take the Swans lightly in this clash, but should have minimal trouble in winning the contest. Power should be too good in this one as it is hard to see where the Swans goals will come from.

Our Pick – Port Adelaide (Win)

Player Prop – Charlie Dixon 2+ Goals

The Swans are thin down back without Rampe and the Power should win the midfield contest in this clash. Dixon has been a bit out of form, but when he gets space has still looked dangerous. Should get plent of chances to score goals in this clash.

Fremantle Dockers vs GWS Giants

Last Meeting

GWS 11.16 82 – Fremantle 16.10 106

(Fremantle by 24 Points)

Last 5 Meetings

Fremantle – 1 Win

GWS – 4 Wins

Last Round

The Dockers were impressive against the Swans and came off with a 31 Point victory last Saturday Night.

The Giants got off to a poor start last week against the Eagles, but came back in the closing stages to drop the match by 12 points at Optus Stadium.

Just the one change for the Dockers for this clash with Michael Frederick out of the team and Brett Bewley coming back in.

For the Giants, Callan Ward is out with an injury, and Jy Caldwell is being managed. Lachie Ash and Tagger and former Docker, Matt de Boer come back into the team.

Current Head to Head Odds

Fremantle – $2.25

GWS – $1.65


Both sides need the win in this clash to keep their finals hopes alive, and the Giants were one of the Flag favourites at the start of the year. Dry weather is expected for this clash which will help the game plan of Docker coach Justin Longmuir. Fremantle has been home for an extended period now, and there is no reason they cannot win this match, however, the Giants have the more talented list, and it is hard not to see them make a late charge at the 8.

Giants to win and Toby Greene to prove a handful for his Freo Counterpart.

Our Pick – GWS Giants (Win)

Player Prop – Stephen Coniglio + 80.5 Fantasy Points

Had an average game last week, but is normally pretty good at rectifying a poor performance. Will spend the majority of the game in the middle and should cover this number.

Melbourne Demons vs St Kilda Saints

Last Meeting

Round 19 2020, St Kilda 15.14 104 – Melbourne 13.7 85

(St Kilda by 19 Points)

Last 5 Meetings

Melbourne – 2 Wins

St Kilda – 3 Wins

Last Round

Both sides are coming off losses with the Demons going down to the Bulldogs by 28 points.

The Saints stayed in the match against the Lions, but fell short and lost the game by 2 Points.

The Demons have made six changes for this clash with a couple of the key outs being Tom McDonald and Bailey Fritsch. Max Gawn leads the way as part of six ins for the Demons.

For the Saints, Jack Bytel and Jake Carlisle are out of the team, and Hunter Clark and Ed Phillips come back in.

Current Head to Head Odds

Melbourne – $2.00

St Kilda – $1.80


A good Saturday Night matchup here and the Demons need the win to pressure a top-eight finish. The amount of outs they have for this clash is concerning, but Max Gawn in definitely a welcome addition for this clash.

The Saints have never played at the Northern Territory venue, and the Demons have had 3 Wins there in the  past. The problem with picking the Demons is that it is really hard to see where their goals are going to come from, but they should do very well in the midfield contest.

If the Saints defence can hold up as it has most this season they should win the match.

Our Pick – St Kilda (Win)

Player Prop – Jack Sinclair + 55.5 Fantasy Points

The Demons give up 5 more Fantasy Points to the Midfield compared to the AFL Average and Sinclair will spend some time in the middle in this clash. Given that his season average is 58.7 Fantasy Points and the Demons leak fantasy points in the middle of the ground, there may be some value here.

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