The most comprehensive AFL Brownlow Medal coverage returns for 2019 as the “Brownlow Bandit” brings you game-by-game analysis every round of the season to help you with your betting on the 2019 Brownlow Medal.
Our Brownlow Medal predictions and rolling Brownlow Medal tracker allow you to keep an eye on the betting markets throughout the season to build a green book so that by the time the 2019 Brownlow Medal night rolls around we’re assured of a profit.
You’ll be able to stay up to date with our live 2019 Brownlow Medal leaderboard, while there will be links to every single round-by-round voting posted there.
For those who need a refresher on how our Brownlow voting system works, we assign 6 votes per game so that our total votes are the same as the official 3-2-1 system, however we break up those votes as we see fit across potentially more than three players. Some games are really tough to call which way the votes will go, so a better predictive model is to split performances and assign half points to each player where there is doubt. So for example if two players dominate and it's too hard to split their performance, they are given 2.5 votes each, with the remaining 1 vote given to another player(s). This will give us a predictive total closer to their true total, rather than guessing. We can then form a 'range' for each player (i.e. a min and max we think players can poll) with the thinking behind this that the variations from the half votes will even out over the long term.
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West Coast 12.5.77 def by Collingwood 11.12.78
A huge win by the Pies in Perth against the Eagles in a match that may define their season ahead. Brody Mihocek gave them the target that they have been craving with four goals from 19 disposals and 10 marks. He was well fed by Adam Treloar (39 disposals, 6 tackles), Scott Pendlebury (32 disposals) and Steele Sidebottom (33 disposals, 6 tackles) while Jordan De Goey provided the spark with 22 disposals and 2 goals. Elliot Yeo (26 disposals, 8 tackles, 2 goals) and Andrew Gaff (32 disposals) were best for the Eagles.
Brody Mihocek – 3
Adam Treloar – 1
Scott Pendlebury - 1
Jordan De Goey - 1
Sydney 8.14.62 def by Carlton 9.15.69
The Blues stunned the Swans in Sydney, leading all the way for an upset victory. Patrick Cripps (28 disposals, 8 tackles) was a welcome return to the side, and he was well supported by Ed Curnow (28 disposals, 10 tackles), Mark Murphy (29 disposals, 1 goal) and Nic Newman (32 disposals, 13 marks). Matthew Kreuzer was the dominant big man on the ground with 45 hitouts and 19 disposals. Might be a tough game to separate the baby Blues.
Patrick Cripps – 2
Nic Newman - 2
Ed Curnow – 1
Matthew Kreuzer - 1
Hawthorn 12.12.84 def Fremantle 8.5.53
The Hawks were too strong for the Dockers in Launceston with James Worpel leading the way with 33 disposals. Ricky Henderson (25 disposals, 11 marks) and Jaeger O’Meara (23 disposals, 6 tackles) provided good support, while Mitchell Lewis was a target with 3 goals from 16 touches. Nat Fyfe did his best to lift his side with 24 disposals, 8 tackles and 3 goals, while Brad Hill (37 disposals) won plenty of ball, but it wasn’t to be.
James Worpel – 3
Nat Fyfe – 2
Brad Hill - 1
Essendon 12.14.86 def North Melbourne 12.9.81
The Bombers broke the hearts of the Roos with a goal to Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti in the dying seconds to put them in front. It was a good night for McDonald-Tipungwuti who kicked four goals from his 19 disposals, including the match-winning goal. Zach Merrett (34 disposals, 6 tackles) was typically prolific and Conor McKenna (25 disposals, 1 goal) provided strong rebound from half-back. Only two Roos picked up more than 20 disposals, with Robbie Tarrant (22 disposals, 11 marks) and Ben Brown (6 goals, 18 disposals, 12 marks) among their best.
Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti – 3
Ben Brown – 2
Zach Merrett – 1
Gold Coast 8.8.56 def by Adelaide 23.13.151
The Crows demolished the Suns as the team from the Gold Coast slumped to a second consecutive 90-point-plus defeat. The Crows dominated the stats with Rory Atkins (35 disposals), Matt Crouch (36 disposals, 1 goal) and Wayne Milera (27 disposals, 1 goal) among the best. Eddie Betts ran riot with 6 goals from his 20 touches, while Josh Jenkins chipped in with four goals from 14 disposals.
Rory Atkins – 3
Wayne Milera – 2
Eddie Betts - 1
Geelong 12.12.84 def St.Kilda 8.9.57
The Cats stretched their advantage at the top of the ladder with a solid win over a spirited Saints outfit. Patrick Dangerfield is going to be in the votes here with 32 disposals, 7 tackles and a goal in a vintage display. Mitch Duncan (33 disposals, 1 goal) and Gryan Miers (23 disposals, 1 goal) were also very good for the Cats. Rowan Marshall (31 hitouts, 21 disposals, 1 goal) continues to impress, with Hunter Clark (25 disposals, 9 tackles) and Luke Dunstan (30 disposals) also good contributors for the Saints.
Patrick Dangerfield – 3
Mitch Duncan – 2
Gryan Miers – 0.5
Luke Dunstan – 0.5
Richmond 13.16.94 def GWS 9.13.67
A crucial win for the Tigers against a depleted Giants outfit to cement their spot in the top eight. Shai Bolton had a career-high 29 disposals, along with 6 tackles and a goal, with Brandon Ellis (29 disposals), Bachar Houli (30 disposals, 8 marks) and Kane Lambert (19 disposals, 3 goals) all very good. Toby Greene (34 disposals, 2 goals), Tim Taranto (36 disposals) and Jeremy Cameron (19 disposals, 3 goals) were best for the Giants.
Shai Bolton – 3
Toby Greene – 2
Tim Taranto – 0.5
Kane Lambert – 0.5
Western Bulldogs 10.14.74 def Melbourne 9.12.66
A career-best game from Josh Dunkley helped the Dogs to a tough win over the Dees. Dunkley had 39 disposals, 6 marks, 15 tackles, 2 goals and a staggering 189 fantasy points in a clear best-on-ground performance. Lachie Hunter (37 disposals, 10 marks, 1 goal) and Taylor Duryea (31 disposals, 13 marks) were also very good. For the Demons, big man Max Gawn was typically dominant in the air with 34 hitouts, 19 disposals and 6 marks, while Jack Viney (30 disposals, 7 marks) had his best game for the year.
Josh Dunkley – 3
Lachie Hunter – 2
Max Gawn – 0.5
Taylor Duryea – 0.5
Port Adelaide 6.13.49 def by Brisbane 14.13.97
Brisbane continued their charge towards the finals with a superb win against the Power in Adelaide. Jarryd Lyons is providing great value for the Lions this season as he racked up 36 disposals, 9 tackles and a goal in another impressive performance. Dayne Zorko (24 disposals, 3 goals) was damaging while Charlie Cameron finished the job with four goals from 15 touches. Ollie Wines (32 disposals, 8 tackles) led from the front, while Robbie Gray (32 disposals, 1 goal) and Travis Boak (32 dispoals) also won plenty of ball.
Jarryd Lyons – 3
Dayne Zorko – 2
Ollie Wines – 0.5
Charlie Cameron – 0.5
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