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Brownlow Medal Previous Winners
|2013||Gary Ablett Jr|
|2012||Sam Mitchell/Trent Cotchin|
|2009||Gary Ablett Jr|
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How to bet on the 2021 Brownlow Medal?
To place a bet on the Brownlow Medal you'll need to be signed up with an online bookmaker.
Bookies deliver markets on the Brownlow Medal all year round so all you need to do is create an account and you are ready to invest.
Who to bet on in the 2021 Brownlow Medal?
Midfielders are your best bet in Brownlow Medal markets.
Recent history suggests that is extremely difficult to win the award if you're not a midfielder. Western Bulldogs ruckman Scott Wynd back in 1992 is the last non-midfielder to take out the Brownlow Medal.
Check back in the build up to the Brownlow Medal for the Bets.com.au preview.
Best way to bet on the 2021 Brownlow Medal?
Is there a better way to wager on the Brownlow Medal than via your smart phone, tablet or laptop?
These days punters can sign up for an online bookmaker account and wager from the privacy of their own home.
How to live stream the 2021 Brownlow Medal?
Channel Seven holds exclusive televising rights to the medal count and it will only be available to be watched on TV or via the 7Plus app.
Where is the 2021 Brownlow Medal?
The Brownlow Medal is held every year at Crown Casino, which is located in Melbourne.
The vote count usually takes three hours which multiple awards handed out as the night progresses.