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MotoGP: Australian Grand Prix Prediction, Race Preview, Live Stream, Odds & Picks

Bagnaia, Quartararo Continue Duel for Championship

The 2022 MotoGP Season is winding down, and with the constructors’ World Championship already captured by Ducati, three riders remain in contention for the rider’s World Championship.
While Aleix Esparagaó needs to win the Australian Grand Prix to keep his championship hopes alive, the two main title contenders, Ducati’s Francesco Bagnaia and Yamaha’s Fabio Quartararo, will are separated by two points in the standings.
We’re going to preview the MotoGP Australian Grand Prix and review the MotoGP odds this weekend to make our betting prediction for who will win the Grand Prix and edge closer to becoming the 2022 rider’s World Championship.
Let’s check the latest MotoGP odds, stats, injury reports, and MotoGP lines for Australian Grand Prix. We’ve plenty of MotoGP Vegas odds for you to consider.

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MotoGP: Australian Grand Prix Prediction, Race Preview, Live Stream, Odds & Picks
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Two-Man Race

Three races are left to determine who will be the 2022 MotoGP rider’s world champion, and it’s a two-rider race.
Bagnaia is on quite the run of success for the Ducati Team, playing a significant role in helping Ducati win the 2022 MotoGP constructors world championship. Bagnaia needs to have a strong finish at Phillip Island to move closer to the individual title.
Bagnaia is two points behind reigning champion Quartararo of the Yamaha team that currently sits third in the constructor’s championship. Quartararo and Yamaha need to be better over the final three Grand Prix races than they have been recently.
In his last seven races, Quartararo has only managed one podium and four points finishes along with two retirements. That will not be good enough to hold off Bagnaia and Ducati for the rider’s championship.

MotoGP Australian Grand Prix at a Glance

The MotoGP Australian Grand Prix takes place at the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit. One lap around the Grand Prix circuit at Phillip Island is 12 turns over 2.762 miles (4.445 km).
The fastest laps at the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit have all been set during the 2018 and 2019 editions of the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix.
Maverick Vińales (1:28.49) and Quartararo (1:29.04) clocked the top two fastest laps at Phillips Island in 2019 on Yamaha machinery, while eight-time Australian GP winner Valentino Rossi was timed at 1:29.24 on the same Yamaha machinery in 2019.
Notably, the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit was flooded on Thursday, ahead of the first MotoGP practice session. Weather like this will change the track conditions and could affect the first practice sessions. However, the weather looks much better for qualifying and the Grand Prix.

MotoGP Australian Grand Prix Information

  • Race: MotoGP Australian Grand Prix
  • Location: Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit
  • Day/Time: Saturday, Oct. 15, 11 p.m. ET
  • MotoGP Australian Grand Prix Live Stream: motogp.com

MotoGP Australian Grand Prix Betting Lines

Marc Marquez +250
Francesco Bagnaia +275
Jorge Martin +550
Fabio Quartararo +650
Jack Miller +700
Aleix Espargaro +800
Maverick Vinales +1200
Johann Zarco +1200
Enea Bastianini +2800
Luca Marini +3300
Marco Bezzecchi +3300

MotoGP Australian Grand Prix Prediction

The online sports betting has Australian Jack Miller of the Ducati Lenovo Team among the betting favorites to win his home country’s Grand Prix, listed at odds of +700. Marc Marquez (+250) is the favorite.
Reigning and defending world champion Quartararo of the Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP team is listed at +650 while Bagnaia is listed at +300 to win the Australian Grand Prix by bookmakers listing MotoGP odds and people betting online.
Momentum is something real but intangible in a sporting context. You don’t need to look at the rider’s world championship to notice that the momentum is swinging toward the Ducati Team’s riders, especially Bagnaia, who has either finished on the podium or retired in the last 12 Grand Prix, including six wins.
We are picking Bagnaia to win the Australian Grand Prix and move into the lead of the MotoGP rider’s World Championship.

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