Once again the prestigious Brownlow Medal will soon be up for grabs for AFL’s golden player of 2020. Currently, Brisbane’s Lachie Neale is the top favourite to clinch this season’s prestigious individual award. However, according to our AFL Brownlow Medal betting preview, there are other top contenders in the mix to consider. These include Tom Mitchell, Patrick Dangerfield, and Marcus Bontempelli.
Lachie Neale 1.40
Tom Mitchell 10.00
Patrick Dangerfield 10.00
Marcus Bontempelli 12.00
Brisbane’s Lachie Neale is a clear favourite on our 2020 AFL Brownlow Medal betting preview
Currently, Brisbane Lions player Lachie Neale stands the best chance of winning the prestigious AFL Brownlow Medal this season. Last season, Neale recorded a respectable joint third-place finish in the Brownlow Medal standings with 26 votes.
Now, our AFL Brownlow betting preview says he stands a good chance to step up with this season’s title. Fortunately, he’s on course to clinching this season’s award thanks to his impressive performance stats and overall Brisbane Lions contributions.
For instance, from 13 games, he’s already recorded an impressive 14.2 kicking average, compared to last season’s 12.5 average. Consequently, Neale will be a safe bet on KTO Sportsbook with odds at 1.40.
Tom Mitchell looks to mark AFL return with the 2020 Brownlow Medal
According to our 2020 AFL Brownlow Medal betting preview, Tom Mitchell (10.00) is a second-favourite for this season’s honour. 2018 will be a year for Mitchell won’t forget following his AFL Brownlow Medal win.
However, an injury the following year forced the Hawthorn player to miss out on the entire 2019 AFL season. Now, he stands a good chance on KTO Sportsbook to mark his return from injury with the 2020 Brownlow Medal.
2016 AFL Brownlow Medal winner Patrick Dangerfield eyes second win
Geelong’s Patrick Dangerfield is among the top contenders on our AFL Brownlow Medal betting preview eyeing the 2020 award. Similar to Tom Mitchell, Dangerfield already has a Brown Medal win to his name from the 2016 season. Last season, he came increasingly close to making it two Brownlow Medal wins.
According to the online sportsbook news in Australia, Dangerfield is on course to achieve this thanks to his impressive stats. Currently, he’s among the AFL’s top performers with a 14.00 kicks average and 5.1 total clearance average.
Top bulldog Marcus Bontempelli now looks to get his hands on AFL’s highest individual honour
Western Bulldog’s Marcus Bontempelli currently has the fourth-highest odds of winning the 2020 AFL Brownlow Medal according to KTO Sportsbook. Despite missing out on the 2019 award, Bontempelli still had an AFL season to be proud.
This is thanks to his 2019 AFLCA Champion Player of the Year and Western Bulldog’s Charles Sutton Medal win. Consequently, his impressive 2019 performance rightfully earned him the 2020 captaincy role for Western Bulldogs.
This season, Bontempelli can further solidify himself as one of AFL’s top midfielders with the competition’s most prestigious honour. Currently, the chances of the Western Bulldog captain achieving this are at 15.00 on the online sportsbooks in Australia.
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