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Brownlow Medal 2022 live blog, updates, news


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

Neal, who won the 2020 AFL best and fairest award, enters Monday night’s tally as the $3 favourite.

If the Lions midfielder wins, he will become the first double Brownlow winner since Nat Fife (2015 and 2019). He would also become the first player to win two Brownlows in three years – or better – since St Kilda legend Robert Harvey, who won back-to-back Charlies in 1997 and 1998.

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

But Gold Coast co-captain Tuk Miller has received a lot of support in recent weeks and his chances have been greatly reduced.

Miller, who last month claimed he was the Gold Coast’s best and fairest tally, dropped from $15 in August to $9.50 in the hours after Brownlow’s tally, Sportsbet said.


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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 polled, 11 picked Neil to win the Brownlow. Although three pundits — Eddie Betts, Alastair Lynch and Lee Montagna — predicted Neill to win the draw.

The Brownlow Medal count will begin at 7.35pm AST on Sunday 18 September.

Sign and Goal of the Year and the Jim Staines Community Award will also be awarded on the night, before the Brownlow Prize winner is announced at approximately 10.15pm.

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