Coleman Medal 2021Betting Odds - Who will be the AFL's leading goal scorer?
- Port Adelaide's Charlie Dixon is the early favourite
- Tom Hawkins and Josh Kennedy occupy the second and third line of betting
- Taylor Walker has kicked off the season with a bang
Charlie Dixon is in career best form (Getty)
Big Taylor Walker from the Crows has seemingly wound back the clock in his opening three matches kicking 17 goals at the end of round three, sitting on the $4 line of betting with a lot of market support coming his way.
Next in betting betting is Josh Kenedy ($5) who sits fourth on 19 goals while third in betting, Tom Lynch ($7) is struggling to find his best form.
Tom Hawkins ($8) and Charlie Dixon ($9) occupy the fourth and fifth line, both not in the top 25 in the Coleman race at the moment.
Still very early on in the season, there will be a lot more to play out over the next few weeks where we will see margins begin to open up between players.
Coleman Medal 2021 Betting Odds
Odds provided by Sportsbet and were correct on April 5, 2021
Coleman Medal FAQs
Who currently leads the Coleman Medal?
At the end of round two, Taylor Walker leads the Coleman on 17 goals.
Who is favourite to win the Coleman Medal?
Taylor Walker is the $4 favourite to win the Coleman Medal.
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