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Went to do the AFL ladder predictor on the AFL website but seems to be down and not expected until mid year, which is ridiculous. Are there any others that people have used recently as I can’t find any?

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Yes Steve I like to do it from round 1

What's happened?

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2 minutes ago, jackaub said:

Yes Steve I like to do it from round 1

What's happened?

Unsure mate but a bit annoying, probably AFL being control freaks, wanted to try it out for our run home

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Is that the same ladder predictor that our club used before round 23 last year which prompted them to tell us about finals tickets?? 

In which case I think it would be better left down 

:-((((

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4 minutes ago, monoccular said:

Is that the same ladder predictor that our club used before round 23 last year which prompted them to tell us about finals tickets?? 

In which case I think it would be better left down 

:-((((

I had forgotten about that FFS! ?

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11 hours ago, SFebey said:

Went to do the AFL ladder predictor on the AFL website but seems to be down and not expected until mid year, which is ridiculous. Are there any others that people have used recently as I can’t find any?

Someone on Bigfooty posted this if your interested.

https://predictor.squiggle.com.au/

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31 minutes ago, SFebey said:

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Heres mine...   bottom 6 is the same but huge differences in the top 2/3rds of the ladder.

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3 minutes ago, Petraccattack said:

Heres mine...   bottom 6 is the same but huge differences in the top 2/3rds of the ladder.

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Always fun, none of us will be right! Injuries, upsets and the unknowns will be the judge!

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Bugger, have us missing out.  gonna be tight between us, WC, Hawks, Pies.

Big unknown is GWS. if injuries continue, they could fall heavily. 

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2 hours ago, SFebey said:

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Where are our other 6 loses coming from? With Viney back in we will be unbeaten for the rest of the year mark my words.

My calculations are we should be 2nd.

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Just now, WERRIDEE said:

Where are our other 6 loses coming from? With Viney back in we will be unbeaten for the rest of the year mark me words.

My calculations are we should be 2nd.

Haha love it. From memory, Coll WCE Geel Adel x 2 & Syd

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2 minutes ago, SFebey said:

Haha love it. From memory, Coll WCE Geel Adel x 2 & Syd

I can't see us losing any of those games especially Sydney and Collingwood. Have a little faith Buddy?

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7 minutes ago, WERRIDEE said:

I can't see us losing any of those games especially Sydney and Collingwood. Have a little faith Buddy?

I’m trying! Not as easy as you may think!

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7 minutes ago, WERRIDEE said:
 
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19-3 ...   lol

Wishful thinking there WD, though I would love for you to be right obviously.

 

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1 minute ago, Petraccattack said:

 

19-3 ...   lol

Wishful thinking there WD, though I would love for you to be right obviously.

 

Book your grand final tickets now?

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Reminds me of my childhood backyard footy imaginary competition days back in 95/96, with my exercise book of completed fixtures and tabled ladders.. We were a force back then and went back to back. ?

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19 minutes ago, WERRIDEE said:

Book your grand final tickets now?

I hope they remember you when you get it right. You have to believe in something. 

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12 hours ago, DubDee said:

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Bugger, have us missing out.  gonna be tight between us, WC, Hawks, Pies.

Big unknown is GWS. if injuries continue, they could fall heavily. 

I ran the autotip. Unfortunately it had us at 11th.

All comes down to algorithms used i appreciate. But they are essentially unbiased. 

I think this year will have many ( too many ) similarities to last. % will be crucial and we've gifted so much already. 

I have us at best 7th...worst 11th. 

Gotta bring near the A team all games playing the best of A game ( and B variants ) for 4 qtrs...every game. A team doing this deserves September. Up to us...well..up to Goody/&Co and the lads.

Our lapses kill us...if we can't play our game...we lose.

Much work still required.

Go Dees

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7 minutes ago, beelzebub said:

I ran the autotip. Unfortunately it had us at 11th.

All comes down to algorithms used i appreciate. But they are essentially unbiased. 

I think this year will have many ( too many ) similarities to last. % will be crucial and we've gifted so much already. 

I have us at best 7th...worst 11th. 

Gotta bring near the A team all games playing the best of A game ( and B variants ) for 4 qtrs...every game. A team doing this deserves September. Up to us...well..up to Goody/&Co and the lads.

Our lapses kill us...if we can't play our game...we lose.

Much work still required.

Go Dees

We cant afford to drop any easy games in the coming weeks or lose by a big margin, the pressure is already on us. Losses will make it a very long way home and we don't have an easy run later in the season.

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I compared our draw to WCE, all i can say is WTF!! the Weagles have an armchair ride IMHO

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the annoying thing is if I re-did my ladder predictor with the two NT games in Melb I would have us making the finals

 

errr, not to de-rail the thread or nuthin

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4 minutes ago, Salems Lot said:

I compared our draw to WCE, all i can say is WTF!! the Weagles have an armchair ride IMHO

Ah yes, WCE, Away games against Freo and Gold Coast in Perth help them, Collingwood and Hawthorn have easy runs also and don't even get me started on Richmonds draw (the year after they win the flag, equalisation anyone?).

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