Brownlow Medal Odds 2021

Brownlow Medal Odds 2021

Brownlow Medal Odds 2021 latest betting odds, tips and predictions.

See below for the 2021 AFL Brownlow Medal odds.

Brownlow Medal Date & Time


🇦🇺 Event: 2021 AFL Brownlow Medal
🗓 Date: Sunday September 19
⏰ Time: 5:30pm (AWST) | 7:30pm (AEST)
🏟 Venue: Optus Stadium

COVID-19 has made it hard for the AFL to host a traditional Brownlow Medal event with everyone around the country in place. Due to the Grand Final being moved to Optus Stadium, the events leading up, including the Brownlow Medal will take place there.

Optus Stadium will be the main host and will host the Western Australian and South Australian based teams, whilst the Gabba will host the Queensland based teams. Teams from Victoria and New South Wales will be tuning into the event remotely from home via zoom.

State & Territory Start Time
Victoria 7:30pm
New South Wales 7:30pm
Western Australia 5:30pm
Queensland 7:30pm
South Australia 7pm
Tasmania 7:30pm
Northern Territory 7pm
ACT 7:30pm

Brownlow Medal 2021 Odds


Port Adelaide star Ollie Wines finishes the home and away season the favourite to take out the 2021 AFL Brownlow Medal, paying at $3.25 with both bookmakers, with his best season at the Power. However, he is predicted to finish 13th according to the AFL Brownlow predictor.

Marcus Bontempelli has dropped in the predicted finishes, into third-place at $4. Which has been correspondent to the Dogs poor end to the home and away season. He is still a huge chance to take the medal home, and was the favourite for the majority if the season. He isn’t expected to poll any votes in the last four rounds of the season.

Melbourne teammates Christian Petracca and Clayton Oliver are both paying at good odds on both bookmakers. Petracca is paying at $15 and $17. Whilst Oliver is within $3-$4 range on both bookmakers. However, they could take votes off each other on Brownlow night. Although, the Brownlow predictor has got Oliver polling a total of 34 votes, the most out of any contender.

Essendon midfielder Darcy Parish is at $31 with Sportsbet and $41 on Ladbrokes, polling the majority of his votes in a superb two months of football, which saw him come away with the ANZAC Day medal, Yiokeen Medal and the Tom Mills Medal. So you can guarantee he will poll maximum votes in at least three matches.

However, a relatively quiet end to the season saw him drop in the Brownlow predictor into fourth place. Jack Steele has been superb this season and rounds out the top three in the AFL Brownlow Medal predictor, with both bookmakers having him at $6 and $6.50. He is predicted to poll in and around 18 votes either side of the bye.

Travis Boak is valued at $101 on Sportsbet and is predicted to poll more five more votes than his counterpart, current Brownlow medal favourite Ollie Wines.

Young star Sam Walsh had a breakout season in the midfield for the Blues in his sides disappointing campaign and climbed up the odds at $26 and $34 with both bookmakers. A good run of performances after the bye is where he polled the majority of his votes.

Former Brownlow medallist Dustin Martin suffered a lacerated kidney and missed the majority of the season. Whilst Touk Miller had some sort of a season, but is ineligible due to a suspension he received in Round 8 against St Kilda.

Read on below for Brownlow Medal 2021 odds on Sportsbet and Ladbrokes.

Who are the Brownlow Medal Favourites?


According to the bookmakers, the top five favourites to win the Brownlow medal are:

  1. Ollie Wines
  2. Clayton Oliver
  3. Marcus Bontempelli
  4. Jack Steele
  5. Christian Petracca

According to the AFL Brownlow predictor, the top five in the Brownlow medal leaderboard will be:

  1. Clayton Oliver
  2. Marcus Bontempelli
  3. Jack Steele
  4. Darcy Parish
  5. Christian Petracca

Previous Brownlow Medal Winners (Since 2000)


Despite the favourites winning the award for the majority of the past six seasons, it has equally been shared amongst those who have been outsiders. Lachie Neale won the prestigous medal last season as the favourite, whilst Nat Fyfe won it the season prior not being the favourite.

It’s one of the closest predicted Brownlow medal counts in recent history, and if previous results have suggested anything, it won’t be the favourite who comes away with the medal. Adam Cooney in 2008 ($101) and Matt Priddis in 2014 ($17) spring to mind as players who won the medal despite not being considered by many.

Year Player Team Votes Odds
2020 Lachie Neale Brisbane 31 $1.25
2019 Nat Fyfe Fremantle 33 $6.50
2018 Tom Mitchell Hawthorn 28 $1.57
2017 Dustin Martin Richmond 36 $1.05
2016 Patrick Dangerfield Geelong 35 $1.18
2015 Nat Fyfe Fremantle 31 $1.95
2014 Matt Priddis West Coast 26 $17
2013 Gary Ablett Gold Coast 28 $1.75
2012 Trent Cotchin/Sam Mitchell Richmond/Hawthorn 26 $5.50/$9
2011 Dane Swan Collingwood 34 $16
2010 Chris Judd Carlton 30 $23
2009 Gary Ablett Geelong 30 $4
2008 Adam Cooney Western Bulldogs 24 $101
2007 Jimmy Bartel Geelong 29 $10
2006 Adam Goodes Sydney 26 NA
2005 Ben Cousins West Coast 20 NA
2004 Chris Judd West Coast 30 NA
2003 Nathan Buckley Collingwood 22 NA
2003 Mark Ricciuto Adelaide 22 NA
2003 Adam Goodes Sydney 22 NA
2002 Simon Black Brisbane 25 NA
2001 Jason Akermanis Brisbane 23 NA
2000 Shane Woewodin Melbourne 24 NA
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