Brownlow Medal Tips & Predictions

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Brownlow Medal Tips

Who will win the 2021 AFL Brownlow Medal? Check our latest Brownlow Medal tips and predictions.

Brownlow Medal Tips

Another AFL season is coming to its conclusion next weekend, when Melbourne and the Western Bulldogs battle it out for the 2021 premiership. Earlier however, is the traditional Brownlow Medal night. The Brownlow Medal is awarded to the most valuable player throughout the home and away season, as judged upon by the umpires of each match. Read on below as we suggest our Brownlow Medal Tips.

Ollie Wines is the bookies favourite, paying at $3.25 to take home the ‘charlie’. However, it’s two talismans for the Grand Final teams in Clayton Oliver and Marcus Bontempelli who catch my eye for the Brownlow Medal winner.

Oliver is predicted to poll the most amount of votes (34), whilst Bontempelli is predicted to finish in second spot (32), according to the AFL’s Brownlow Predictor. Despite Bontempelli’s predicted finish, I believe he will be the one to win the MVP for the 2021 season.

Although Oliver will poll a lot of votes, I believe Christian Petracca (who is predicted to finish in the top five) could take some votes off him in some matches.

Although I don’t believe Oliver will win the Brownlow Medal on Sunday night, he is still predicted to have eight more votes than Darcy Parish in 4th spot, so he’d almost be a certainty for a top 3 finish. A great pick for value in this season’s Brownlow Medal count.

Brownlow Medal Multi Tips

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Both Clayton Oliver and Marcus Bontempelli are predicted to comfortably finish in the top two, hence why I have backed both of them to secure a top three finish.

Jack Steele and Christian Petracca are both predicted to finish inside the top five, and I expect them to do so in their best season of their careers for their respective clubs. Touk Miller is ineligible to win the prestigious award, but I still think he should secure a top 10 finish despite his side finishing 16th.