Just like that and we're on the cusp of mid-season. Round 11 is your last chance at a few extra points ahead of four weeks of byes.

The weekend kicks off tonight when the Sydney Swans play the Western Bulldogs at Marvel Stadium - the red and white favourites after last week's win over the Blues. Next, Fremantle and Collingwood set the stage under Friday night lights with the Dockers favourites on home territory. 

Our expert tipper Sarah Olle was the only one to predict the Gold Coast Suns massive win over Geelong. She's backing them again to get it done over Carlton. Meanwhile Essendon, the Brisbane Lions and Adelaide Crows are all outright favourites to win their match this weekend. 

Do you agree? Submit your own tips by 7:30pm TONIGHT via the Official Tipping Competition of the Sydney Swans, presented by bitcoin.com.au to be in with a chance to climb the ladder. 



Nick Davis:
After playing 71 games for Collingwood between 1999 and 2002, Nick Davis was recruited by the Sydney Swans and played a further 97 games for the Club. After a stint in NRL, the 2005 premiership-winning forward and goal kicking specialist now resides with the Swans as Academy Head Coach for the U18 Female side.


Meg Lanning:
Meg Lanning became a household name in women's cricket when she was named the youngest ever captain of the national team. She is currently the longest-serving captain and is ranked the number one batter for T20 International cricket. Lanning also serves as a proud Sydney Swans ambassador.


Sarah Olle:
Sarah Olle boasts an impressive career as a sports journalist. Hailing from Melbourne, Olle has had a by-line in The Roar and worked as a journalist and digital producer for Fox Sports. The revered writer is currently at afl.com.au, where she can be seen commenting on the biggest stories in the code. 


Lachlan McKirdy:
Lachlan McKirdy is an AFL reporter for The Daily Telegraph and CODE Sports based in Sydney. He has been following footy for as long as he can remember and backs himself to at least get one game right each weekend (even in the bye rounds). A sports journalist in various capacities for nearly 10 years, he has also worked with the International Olympic Committee and Sporting News


Lucy the Great Dane spends her weekends parading around the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney – doing laps around her home ground - the SCG. Loves a walk in Centennial Park, chasing the Sherrin – the bigger the better - and eats a LOT, much like our Coach, ‘Horse’. Born in South Melbourne but recently re-located to the Harbour City. Favourite player is Great Dane Rampe.