The Gurgler’s Weekend Super Multi

Who doesn't love a social bet? We certainly do, and to keep track of all our tips for us to monitor them over the weekend, we have assembled them all into one story. It's also a good way for our many reader to follow or avoid all of our tips.

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Welcome to our round up of all our tips and specials for the weekend O sport ahead. It’s pure street money, and that’s just the way we like it.

We got most sports covered, except rugby union of course, and whether our selections are worth following is up to you. We even throw in an AFL multi despite not paying a great deal of attention just to prove how bad our tipping is.

But similar to the stop clock being correct twice in a day, we are due one of these days, and we wouldn’t want to be accused of being selfish if it ever happened.



BRONCOS -15.5 start
COWBOYS -5.5 start
NEWCASTLE +6.5 start

$1 for $30



SYDNEY to beat North Melbourne
HAWTHORN -49.5 start v Brisbane
PORT ADELAIDE to beat Melbourne
FREMANTLE +22.5 v St Kilda
ESSENDON +40.5 v Richmond
GWS to beat Adelaide
CARLTON to beat Geelong
COLLINGWOOD to beat Bulldogs
GOLD COAST +75.5 start v West Coast

$1 for $1160



All of the following teams to be promoted.
HULL (Championship)
MILLWALL (League 1)

$1 for $6



WYNNUM to beat Central
PNG HUNTERS to beat Ipswich
REDCLIFFE to beat Burleigh
EASTS +8 start v Townsville
TWEED HEADS to beat Norths
NORTHERN PRIDE to beat Souths Logan

$1 for $14



CZECH REP to beat Malta
NIGERIA to beat Mali
CROATIA to beat Moldova
NORTHERN IRELAND to beat Belarus
HOLLAND to beat Ireland
CHILE to beat Jamaica
ARGENTINA to beat Honduras
BELGIUM to beat Switzerland
MEXICO to beat Paraguay
USA to beat Bolivia
SPAIN to beat Bosnia
ITALY to beat Scotland

$1 for $356

About Dr Sportz 71 Articles
Dr Sportz – or his full name Dr Steeden Sherrin Pirelli Brosnan Sportz III – is our new regular contributor and he’s here to answer your questions relating to sport. With degrees in Sports Psychology, Sports Administration and Business, and Diploma in coaching of Rugby League, Cricket and Broomstick Putting we couldn’t have assembled a better person to answer your queries with authority. When Adam Scott nailed his Masters winning putts, Dr Sportz was the man he consulted no less than 2 weeks before. Before his involvement with Dr Sportz Mark Webber had never won a GP and looked likely that the only thing he’d win was the most creative DNF title. More recently it was he who had coaxed career best form out of Mitchell Johnson with his advice on fast bowling. Finally he was the man who introduced Frank Duckworth and Tony Lewis over a discussion of cricket on a rain interrupted break at a local pub. Tip of the iceberg but still impressive those achievements. And we have him exclusive here for The Gurgler Sport.