MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 11: Mason Cox of the Magpies turns to Oscar McDonald of the Demons as he celebrates a goal during the 2018 AFL round 12 match between the Melbourne Demons and the Collingwood Magpies at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on June 11, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media/Getty Images)

Richmond have already received the minor premiership according to Champion Data‘s latest ladder prediction.

The Tigers are a 99% chance of finishing first and will host a Qualifying final with Damien Hardwick’s team rated 99% chance of finishing top two according to Champion Data.

Their most likely opponent looks to be Collingwood, which would be one of the biggest crowd attendance with the sides already meeting twice this year and getting 72,157 and 88,180.

West Coast look set to host Melbourne in the other Qualifying final according to Champion Data, which means Optus Stadium looks set to host its first ever final.

GWS Giants are set to take on Hawthorn at Spotless Stadium for the 5v8 Elimination Final, while the Cats look set to take on Port Adelaide at GMHBA Stadium in the other win or go home final.

After Round 20, Port Adelaide were the biggest losers, with the Power’s narrow loss to state rival Adelaide with the team who was predicted to finish third, have now dropped down to seventh.

They have dropped from 47% on making the top four to 25% in which hurts their chances of getting a second chance come finals time.

The Demons look like the biggest winners after the massive win against the Suns. They have jumped up three spots from last weeks predictor and sit third.