Coleman Medal Odds 2022

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AFL Coleman Odds 2022

Coleman Medal Odds 2022 latest betting odds, tips and predictions.

See below for the 2022 AFL odds for the Coleman Medal.

Coleman Medal 2022 Betting Prediction & Odds

Carlton’s Harry McKay was awarded the 2021 AFL Coleman Medal at the conclusion of the home and away season, and has dropped in his price with Palmerbet after suffering an injury that will see him sidelined for almost two months. Although fellow forward Charlie Curnow is second in the Coleman standings and is at $6.75.

McKay was the favourite throughout last season to take out the Coleman Medal, kicking 58 goals from his 19 matches. He has been a talisman up front for the Blues in a disappointing season, which is something that has been missing in recent years. It was the first time a Carlton player has kicked more than 40 goals in a season since 2013.

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) and Brendan Fevola (2006 & 2009).

2020’s Coleman medallist, Tom Hawkins finished last season strong in second place, with 54 goals in 22 games and sits at $5, after booting 27 so far this season. Whilst fellow tall forward Jeremy Cameron battled last season with injuries and has also dropped to $7.

Richmond’s Tom Lynch had a constant interrupted season with injuries last campaign and will be eager to return to his explosive best, he has returned to being the favourite ($3.50) and leads the standings with 31 goals. St Kilda’s Max King currently has 23 goals and is at $8, but is fairly inaccurate in front of goal. Whilst Essendon’s Peter Wright is one of the most accurate kicks for goal in the competition and sits at $10 after a eight goals in the previous fortnight.

Charlie Cameron ($23) and Bayley Fritsch ($19) are the pick of the small forwards heading into the season. They both finished the season with 47 goals each. 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.

See the current top leading goalkickers for 2022 below:

Player Club Goals
Tom Lynch Richmond 31
Charlie Curnow Carlton 27
Tom Hawkins Geelong 27
Jeremy Cameron Geelong 25
Peter Wright Essendon 25
Others N/A <23