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Brownlow Betting 2023: Team Votes

September 14th 2023, 2:42pm, By: Brownlow Bandit

Brownlow Medal Betting

For our next Brownlow betting article, let’s take a look at Brownlow Team Votes markets. Who got the votes for each team and who is the value in the Brownlow betting markets?

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We record analysis and Brownlow vote predictions for every match of the season! You can find links to each round and our overall leaders on the Brownlow Leaderboard page. Also don't forget to check out our previous article taking a look at the Popular Brownlow Betting Markets.


Brownlow Team Votes


Total Votes: 78.5

Jordan Dawson got off to a flying start in 2023 but slowed up late in the season. He’s the $1.15 favourite in this market so there’s no meat on that bone. We have Taylor Walker ($10) in second place and will pick up multiple three votes for his big bags of goals but it’s unlikely to be enough to catch Dawson.

Jordan Dawson - 19.5
Taylor Walker - 15.5
Rory Laird - 11
Izak Rankine - 10
Matt Crouch - 6.5



Total Votes: 83.5

Lachie Neale is a lock at Brisbane, but it’s a bit of a coin flip between Josh Dunkley and Joe Daniher in the “Neale out” markets. Daniher's price offers some value if you're feeling like a gamble, but Dunkley feels a more solid vote getter.

Lachie Neale - 27
Josh Dunkley - 9.5
Joe Daniher - 9
Hugh McLuggage - 6
Charlie Cameron - 5



Total Votes: 75

We can’t split Patrick Cripps and Charlie Curnow to win Carlton and the bookies agree with us with both very close in the betting. Curnow had more three-vote games but we have Cripps polling in 8 games as opposed to Curnow’s 6. Not one we want to touch.

Patrick Cripps - 15.5
Charlie Curnow - 15.5
Adam Cerra - 13.5
Nic Newman - 9.5
George Hewett - 4.5



Total Votes: 93.5

Nick Daicos is a runaway winner at Collingwood but look for Jordan De Goey in Daicos out markets as De Goey looks a clear second. Collingwood’s team total of 93.5 is the most of any team and the price looks worth a bet.

Nick Daicos - 31
Jordan De Goey - 15.5
Josh Daicos - 11
Darcy Moore - 6.5
Scott Pendlebury - 6.5

Collingwood Most Team Votes




Total Votes - 70

Zach Merrett should have no challengers in the battle to win Essendon. We do have Nic Martin just ahead of Darcy Parish if you can find a market without Merrett.

Zach Merrett - 18.5
Nic Martin - 12
Darcy Parish - 11
Kyle Langford - 7
Mason Redman - 4.5



Total Votes - 69.5

Caleb Serong had a fantastic year and is miles ahead at Fremantle. A great multi banker! Andrew Brayshaw and Luke Jackson are locked in a close battle for second if you are looking at a market without Serong.

Caleb Serong - 23.5
Andrew Brayshaw - 12.5
Luke Jackson - 12.5
Sean Darcy - 5
Lachie Shultz - 3.5



Total Votes - 57

A really poor year for the Cats and it shows in their Brownlow votes tally. It’s hard to see Jeremy Cameron losing, despite missing chunks of the season through injury. Patrick Dangerfield looks the danger, depending on whether he picks up a few extra votes here and there. We have Dangerfield potentially polling in 6 games, while Cameron only polls in 4 games.

Jeremy Cameron - 10.5
Patrick Dangerfield - 9
Tom Stewart - 8
Tom Hawkins - 5
Max Holmes - 5


Gold CoastGold Coast

Total Votes: 63

A big season for Noah Anderson who will no doubt win Gold Coast. Matt Rowell and Sam Flanders had good moments, while it’s a real spread of votes after that with 14 players potentially polling Brownlow votes.

Noah Anderson - 19
Matt Rowell - 9
Sam Flanders - 7
Jack Lukosius - 5.5
Touk Miller - 3


GWS GiantsGWS Giants

Total Votes: 73.5

A huge season for Toby Greene capped off with the All Australian captaincy. Surprisingly the sportsbooks don’t have him as far in front at GWS as we do. He’s such a match winner, that our judgement (and we hope the umpire’s judgement) is based on impact and influence, and not just pure statistics. Toby doesn’t need a lot of touches to be a match winner! Looks good value!

Toby Greene - 23
Tom Green - 13
Stephen Coniglio - 10.5
Josh Kelly - 9
Jesse Hogan - 4.5

Toby Greene to win GWS




Total Votes - 51.5

James Sicily has a narrow advantage for us at Hawthorn in one of the closer betting markets for team Brownlow voting. We have Sicily polling in 6 games, whereas Jai Newcombe polls in 8 games for his 11.5 votes with only one best afield. If Newcombe can find a couple of other 2 or 3-vote games, then he’s a chance as he polled well last season.

James Sicily - 13
Jai Newcombe - 11.5
Will Day - 8
Dylan Moore - 5
James Worpel - 3.5



Total Votes: 87

Melbourne is always a fun team to follow on Brownlow night with several superstars competing for votes. Christian Petracca will win Melbourne but he’ll need all the favours to go his way to contend for the Medal. Jack Viney should do enough to take second with Clayton Oliver starting strong before missing most of the season with injury.

Christian Petracca - 27.5
Jack Viney - 15.5
Clayton Oliver - 12.5
Max Gawn - 9
Kysaiah Pickett - 5


North MelbourneNorth Melbourne

Total Votes - 34.5

A pretty miserable year for the Roos, but Luke Davies-Uniacke is a name that’s going to be read out on Brownlow night, not just this year, but in many seasons to come.

Luke Davies-Uniacke - 12
Harry Sheezel - 5.5
Nick Larkey - 5
Jy Simpkin - 3.5
Todd Goldstein - 2


Port AdelaidePort Adelaide

Total Votes: 88

No Karl Amon to steal votes this season for Port with Zak Butters and Connor Rozee both expected to be very prominent on Brownlow night. If Butters can get a few coin flips to land his way, then he’s a big chance to win the Medal!

Zak Butters - 30.5
Connor Rozee - 21
Dan Houston - 9
Jason Horne-Francis - 9
Jeremy Finlayson - 6.5



Total Votes: 70.5

Tim Taranto was monstrous in the middle part of the season but it will be interesting to see how well he polls. He’s a large accumulator of the ball but will umpire’s factor in his poor disposal efficiency? The race for second at Richmond is close between Shai Bolton and Dustin Martin. We have Bolton polling in 7 games and Martin in 6 games. It’s close, but Dusty is known to poll well and could easily pinch second. His price is worth a nibble.

Tim Taranto - 24
Shai Bolton - 13
Dustin Martin - 12
Daniel Rioli - 5
Liam Baker - 3

D Martin win Richmond w/o Taranto



St KildaSt Kilda

Total Votes: 68

Jack Sinclair should have no problems winning at St Kilda ahead of Rowan Marshall, followed by a bunch of players around the same mark.

Jack Sinclair - 17.5
Rowan Marshall - 12
Jack Steele - 5.5
Brad Crouch - 5.5
Nasiah Wanganeen-Milera - 5.5



Total Votes: 73

Remarkably, Errol Gulden didn’t poll his first Brownlow votes in season 2023 until Round 8! He then stormed home with the most votes in the final eight rounds. Watch out for him next season!

Errol Gulden - 25
Chad Warner - 12
Luke Parker - 8
Nick Blakey - 5.5
Tom Papley - 4


West CoastWest Coast

Total Votes: 23.5

It’s a miserable Brownlow scoreboard at West Coast who have the fewest votes of any team this season with just 23.5 predicted. Tim Kelly will be the only Eagle of note on Brownlow night.

Tim Kelly - 10
Luke Shuey - 3
Jake Waterman - 2.5
Jamie Cripps - 2.5
Jermaine Jones - 2


Western BulldogsWestern Bulldogs

Total Votes: 83

No worries for Marcus Bontempelli at the Bulldogs as he’ll be right in the mix once again to win the Medal this year. Tom Liberatore looks pretty comfortably second best at the Dogs and a good multi-banker!

Marcus Bontempelli - 30
Tom Liberatore - 14.5
Tim English - 6.5
Bailey Smith - 6
Bailey Dale - 6


Brownlow Team Votes Multi

Let’s bundle together the following plays to come up with a Brownlow Team Votes Multi that will give us a nice sweat on Brownlow night!

Adelaide - Jordan Dawson
Essendon - Zach Merrett
Fremantle - Caleb Serong
Gold Coast - Noah Anderson
GWS - Toby Greene
North Melbourne - Luke Davies-Uniacke
Port Adelaide - Zak Butters
St Kilda - Jack Sinclair
Sydney - Errol Gulden
Western Bulldogs (w/o Bontempelli) - Tom Liberatore

10-leg Brownlow Team Votes Multi



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