2021 AFL Brownlow Medal Betting Odds and Predictions
Posted: January 14, 2021
Updated: January 14, 2021
Lachie Neale is an early favourite to claim a consecutive Brownlow Medal win
Nathan Fyfe eyes third AFL prestigious honour
Patrick Cripps looks to get his hands on his first Brownlow win
Without a doubt, the Brownlow Medal is the most sought-after individual award up for grabs in the AFL. Luckily, fans and bettors alike can get in on this season’s action with our 2021 AFL Brownlow Medal betting preview.
This year marks the 125th season of the Australian Football League which will run from 18 March 2021. Once again, players will be itching to get their hands on the AFL Brownlow Medal, the tournament’s most prestigious individual honour.
This time, the 2021 AFL Brownlow Medal betting odds foresee a win for defending champion and Brisbane player Lachie Neale. Let’s see how his leading chances of winning stand against the other top 2021 Brownlow Medal contenders on Bet365 Sportsbook:
Lachie Neale returns with top 2021 AFL Brownlow Medal betting odds to defend his title
Presently, Brisbane Lions’ Lachie Neale stands the highest chance of claiming this season’s AFL Brownlow Medal. Without a doubt, Neale was on fire last season recording top performances for Brisbane. Despite the club missing out the 2020 title, the Brisbane midfielder racked up some pretty impressive individual honours.
According to the online sportsbook news in Australia, Neale won the Leigh Matthews Trophy, and the Merrett–Murray Medal and more. However, and most importantly, Lachie Neale rightfully earned his first Brownlow Medal. Now, the Brisbane player is a favourite to claim back to back Brownlow Medal wins.
Two-time champion Nathan Fyfe eyes among top 2021 Brownlow Medal hopefuls
At this time, Fremantle dockers’ Nathan Fyfe has his eyes firmly set on winning his third Brownlow Medal. Previously, Fyfe claimed the AFL’s highest individual honour in 2015 and 2019.
Now, he finds himself in a promising position on Bet365 Sportsbook to challenge defending champion, Lachie Neale, for the 2021 honour. All in all, Fyfe has promising odds to achieve this at 8.00. Similarly to Neale, Carlton Blues’ player Patrick Cripps is among this season’s promising Brownlow Medal contender.
Furthermore, Cripps’ (8.00) also has favourable 2021 AFL Brownlow Medal betting odds to claim his first major individual honour.
2017 champion Dustin Martin eyes second AFL prestigious individual honour
Since his 2017 Brownlow Medal win, Martin has been itching to get his hands on more of the top AFL honour. Last season, the Richmond player once again feel short of achieving this after recording a joint fight place finish.
Fortunately, Dustin Martin is among this season’s early top contenders for the individual honour with Bet365 Sportsbook odds at 10.00. Lastly, Patrick Dangerfield completes the list of hopefuls with promising online sportsbooks in Australia odds of winning the 2021 honour.
So far, the Geelong player has one Brownlow Medal to his name after claiming the prestigious award back in 2016. Now, Dangerfield stands a chance to make it two with 2021 AFL Brownlow Medal betting odds at 13.00.
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