Phantom Brownlow Medal Count 2018

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    Dustin Martin won the
    2017 Brownlow Medal

    Welcome to the new and revamped 2018 edition of the Phantom Brownlow Medal. We are your number one resource for everything Brownlow Medal betting this season.

    Once again we will be using the same concept to pick our winner in 2018. By combining the media votes of The Herald Sun, The Age, The AFL Coaches Association, and Betfair's own Brownlow Tracker, we let the experts do the voting for us to obtain an accurate consensus on every game.

    We will provide you with information and statistics from every game with a Brownlow Medal preview for each of those games, as well as the latest Brownlow Medal odds, player stats, plus info about every player's Brownlow Medal history.

    Our Phantom Brownlow Blog is a great place to check out Brownlow tips, bolters and general musings during the 2018 season!

    Check out the current Phantom Brownlow Medal standings!

    Brownlow Medal Team Most Votes Multibets

    Sportsbet Multi Votes BrownlowOne of the most popular and intriguing markets each year in the Brownlow Medal is the Team Most Votes Multibets. You can combine several players into the one bet and get monstrous odds!

    In fact only a handful of bookies now open up Team Most Votes Multis to punters, so when it does open up punters jump on it like there is no tomorrow. But which bookie will be opening it up this year?

    The answer is Sportsbet! Again they have come to the rescue, allowing you to place multis on Most Team Votes, so be sure to get in early and join them today.

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    Brownlow Medal Main Contenders in 2018

    Dustin Martin Profile

    Dusty is the current Brownlow Medalist having polled a massive 36 votes last year during Richmond's Premiership season. To the start of the 2018 season, he has polled in 50% of games since 2015 and goes into the 2018 season with a great chance to be the first back to back winner since Robert Harvey in 1998.

    Tom Mitchell Profile

    This ball magnet has to be in Brownlow Medal consideration. He polled 25 votes last year, polling in 11 of his 22 games played. At the odds, Tom Mitchell has to be worth a punt. He collected 40+ possessions on three occasions last year, including a 50 disposal game vs Collingwood.

    Patrick Dangerfield Profile

    An obvious favourite for the Brownlow Medal. Last season (although ineligible through suspension) he polled 33 votes; enough to win most years. Winner of the 2015 edition with 35 votes, Dangerfield is a prolific vote getter having polled 20+ in each of the past six seasons.

    Nat Fyfe Profile

    The 2015 Brownlow Medal winner suffered an injury plagued season last year. With a full pre season under his belt, Nat Fyfe will be back better than ever and will be a genuine 2018 Brownlow Medal fancy. Look for him to poll votes early as Fremantle have a good early run.

    Josh Kelly Profile

    Last season was the year that GWS Giants youngster Josh Kelly emerged into a genuine A-Grade player in the AFL. He polled 21 votes, polling in 8 of his 21 games. With the Giants set to continue their winning ways, look at Kelly to feature high in the Brownlow Medal this year.

    Marcus Bontempelli Profile

    At just 22 years of age, Marcus Bontempelli has future Brownlow Medallist written all over him. Premiership player, back-to-back B&F’ and All Australian are just some of his feats already. He polled 20 and 19 votes in 2016 & 2017 respectively, so look to him to build on that in 2018.

    Gary Ablett Profile

    Write off this superstar at your own will. Gary Ablett is returning to his spiritual home at Geelong where he will take a back seat to Dangerfield and Selwood. That gives him free reign to cause havoc to opposition defences. He is a dual Brownlow Medallist who polls votes for fun.

    Rory Sloane Profile

    Rory Sloane is a proven vote getter, having polled 20+ in each of the past two seasons, as well as double digits in 5 of the past 6 seasons. With Bryce Gibbs joining the Crows midfield in 2018, Sloane ill be unleashed and is at huge value in betting currently.

    Dayne Beams Profile

    Dayne Beams is a name that is popping up in Brownlow Medal talk heading into season 2018. An uninterrupted pre season have him being the freshest he has been in years and he is likely to improve on his 17 votes from last year as Brisbane rise up the ladder.


    Brownlow Winner Odds

    Phantom Brownlow Standings

    1   Fyfe, NatINEL 19
    2   Mitchell, Tom 17
      Gawn, Max 17
    4   Cripps, Patrick 16
      Macrae, Jack 16
    6   Higgins, Shaun 15
    7   Selwood, Joel 14
      Grundy, Brodie 14
    9   Beams, Dayne 13
      Martin, Dustin 13
        See Full Standings...  

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