2022 Brownlow Medal Live Blog, Updates, News

Brisbane star Lachie Neale is the heavy favorite to join an elite list of VFL/AFL stars on Monday night and become the 16th player to win at least two Brownlow medals.

Neale, who won the 2020 gong for the AFL’s best and fairest award, enters Monday night’s tally as the favorite at $3.

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Scream victory from the Lions midfielder, he would be Brownlow’s first double medalist since Nat Fyfe (2015 and 2019). He would also be the first player to win two Brownlows in three years – or better – since St Kilda legend Robert Harvey won two ‘Charlies’ in 1997 and 1998.

Melbourne’s Clayton Oliver ($3.75), Carlton’s Patrick Cripps ($5.50) and Fremantle’s Andy Brayshaw ($8) are also among the best odds.

But Gold Coast co-captain Touk Miller has been heavily backed in recent weeks with his chances dwindling significantly.

Miller, who claimed Gold Coast’s best and fairest tally last month, went from $15 in August to $9.50 within hours of Brownlow’s tally, according to Sportsbet.


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The Suns star shared the AFL Coaches’ Association MVP award with Oliver earlier this month.

Of the 19 Fox Footy pundits surveyed, 11 picked Neale to win the Brownlow. Although three pundits – Eddie Betts, Alastair Lynch and Leigh Montagna – predicted Neale would win in the event of a tie.

The Brownlow medal count will begin at 7:35 p.m. AEST on Sunday, September 18.

The Brand and Goal of the Year, as well as the Jim Stynes ​​Community Award, will also be presented overnight, before Medalist Brownlow is announced at around 10:15 p.m.

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