Coleman Medal Odds 2023

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Coleman Medal Odds 2023 latest betting odds, tips and predictions.

See below for the 2023 AFL odds for the Coleman Medal.

Coleman Medal 2023 Betting Prediction & Odds

Carlton’s Charlie Curnow was awarded the 2022 AFL Coleman Medal at the conclusion of the home and away season, and is predicted to do well again with Palmerbet at $9. Curnow finished the season with 64 goals in the home-and-away season with a conversion rate of 60%.

He joined a short list of coveted Carlton Coleman medal winners. Joining Mick Grace (1906), Ern Cowley (1918), Horrie Clover (1922), Harry Vallence (1931), Tom Carroll (1961), Brendan Fevola (2006 & 2009) and Harry McKay (2021).

Fellow forward Harry McKay ($10) won the Coleman medal in 2021 and finished last season with 45 goals from just 19 matches. Jeremy Cameron is also at the same price as Curnow, he overtook Curnow in the goalkicking charts during the finals campaign. He kicked two goals in his opening match.

2020’s Coleman medallist, Tom Hawkins finished the previous two season in strong positions, with 67 goals in 25 games and sits at a rough $17. However, it is Tigers forward Tom Lynch who enters the campaign as one of the favourites at $9. He secured the draw for Richmond in the season opener.

Adelaide’s Darcy Fogarty has impressed in pre-season and it has reflected in his odds at $15. Following closely behind is high-flying Digs forward Aaron Naughton at $21. After missing out due to injury last season, Ben King will be looking to start as he left off at $34. Meanwhile, Nick Larkey booted six goals against the Eagles in Round 1, which has boosted his price up to $13.

Charlie Cameron ($51), Bayley Fritsch ($41) & Toby Greene ($41) are the pick of the small forwards heading into the season. Cameron finished the season with 54 goals, whilst Fritsch kicked 55. Cameron’s pace and x-factor around the ball is a constant threat, but on the other hand Fritsch’s ability to find pockets of space in the forward line proved pivotal in breaking the Demon’s premiership drought. Greene kicked four to start his season against the Crows.

See the current leading goalkickers for 2023 below:

Player Club Goals
Nick Larkey North Melbourne 6
Ben Brown Melbourne 4
Toby Greene GWS 4
Todd Marshall Port Adelaide 4
Kysaiah Pickett Melbourne 4
Others N/A <3

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