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Head to Head
2019-03-28
6:20 pm
7mate & Fox Footy
Richmond
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-
1.8
1.85
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.82
1.82
1.94
Collingwood
-
-
2.02
2
2
2
2.02
2
2
2
2.06
Time since price change: 
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15h 43m
8h 49m
10h 24m
11h 24m
13h 29m
20h 29m
16h 4m
10h 54m
16h 18m
Head to Head
2019-03-29
6:50 pm
7mate & Fox Footy
Sydney
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-
1.74
1.72
1.73
1.75
1.77
1.75
1.75
1.72
1.77
Adelaide
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-
2.1
2.15
2.1
2.07
2.05
2.1
2.1
2.15
2.28
Time since price change: 
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9h 27m
8h 49m
9h 14m
17h 19m
13h 24m
21h 49m
10h 29m
5h 39m
13h 33m
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The Victorian Football League (VFL) was established in 1896 with foundation clubs – Carlton, Collingwood, Melbourne, Fitzroy, St. Kilda, South Melbourne (later to move to Sydney in 1982 and re-named the Sydney Swans in 1983) and Geelong.

1908 saw Richmond join the league and seventeen years later, Footscray, Hawthorn and North Melbourne fielded sides in the VFL to create a 12-team competition, affectionately known and referred to Aussie Rules that over the years, created fierce rivalries, rich history and immensely loyal supporters.

It wasn’t until 1987 that the Aussie Rules introduced new teams to the competition – West Coast Eagles and Brisbane Bears which was the catalyst for the emergence of the Australian Football League (AFL) which started in 1990 and soon saw the AFL truly become a national sport with the likes of Adelaide Crows joining in ’91, Fremantle ’95 and Port Adelaide in 1997 – bringing the AFL competition to 18 teams as it currently stands.

Reigning AFL Premiers are the West Coast Eagles who last year, produced one of the biggest come-back in AFL Premiership history, to claim the club’s fourth Premiership Flag. They trailed by 29 points after the first quarter and only hit the front with less than two minutes to go, courtesy of a Dom Sheed goal from the pocket.

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