Brownlow Medal Tips, Odds & Betting

2020 AFL Brownlow Medal

Nat Fyfe
Patrick Cripps
Dustin Martin
Patrick Dangerfield
Tom Mitchell
Lachie Neale
Tim Kelly
Brodie Grundy
Marcus Bontempelli
Lachie Whitfield
Stephen Coniglio
Adam Treloar
Jack Macrae
Josh Kelly
Max Gawn

The Brownlow Medal is one of the most anticipated and talked about awards throughout the AFL season. The speculation surrounding the Brownlow Medal each year makes it a fascinating event for punters to bet on each year.

Brownlow Medal Futures Betting

The Brownlow Medal is awarded to the fairest and best player each season and has proven to be an extremely tough market to bet on throughout the years.

Brownlow Medal futures markets go up as soon as the day after the previous Brownlow Medal was awarded making it an enticing market to bet on, There are a number of factors to take into account when betting on Brownlow futures markets.

These include a players scope for improvement, whether they’re like to succumb to injury or suspension and the overall performance of the team they play for,

History shows that it’s extremely difficult for a player in a poorly performed team to take out the Brownlow Medal.

Brownlow Medal Most Team Votes Betting

One of the most popular Brownlow Medal markets is the ‘Most Team Votes’ market. This market lets you bet on the player you think will poll the most votes for each individual team.

For example, you can bet on Patrick Cripps to poll the most votes for Carlton.

The Most Team Votes market is popular for multi-bets, if you can select a handful of correct Most Team Votes markets and multi them up, it can prove to be quite a lucrative option for punters.

Brownlow Medal Tips and Predictions

Commentary on the Brownlow Medal is widespread to a point that every man and their dog seem to have a tip for the Brownlow.

Throughout the year there are typically a few players who are clear standouts for the Brownlow, but every now and then the award goes to a player who is completely unexpected to win the award.

Champion Data’s Brownlow Predictor is typically a common source for punters to base their tips and bets around.

Brownlow Medal Live Streaming & TV Coverage

The Brownlow Medal is held on the Monday leading up to the Grand Final. Typically held in Melbourne. the Brownlow Medal is broadcast on the AFL’s host broadcasters network which is currently Channel 7.

Live streaming of the Brownlow Medal has improved over the years and fans can stream the broadcast via the Channel 7 website or app.

Websites such as the AFL website have live and in-depth Brownlow Trackers, keeping fans who are unable to access live coverage the chance to follow the event as it happens.

How do I bet on the Brownlow Medal?

Looking to bet on the Brownlow Medal? Betting online is surprisingly easy. There are a range of bookmakers you can bet with including Sportsbet, BetEasy and Ladbrokes. Once you've selected an online bookmaker you'll be able to create an account and make a deposit in minutes! Once your account is set up you'll be able to browse all the Brownlow Medal markets and place your bet.

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