Coleman Medal 2021 Betting Tips, Best Bets & Odds
- The Coleman Medal is the leading goal kicker for the AFL season
- Tom Lynch is the early favourite
- Justin Darcy provides his tips
Jeremy Cameron won the 2019 Coleman Medal (Getty)
The 2021 Coleman Medal looks a competitive race between the big forwards in the competition in the key sides, where we see Tom Lynch heading the betting from last year's Coleman Medalist Tom Hawkins.
With the addition of Jeremy Cameron to the Geelong forward line, he and Hawkins will look to be the best duo in the competition, but may steal a few goals from each other.
Charlie Dixon became a true powerhouse forward during the 2020 season and looks a chance along with Joe Daniher who will look to take his new club, Brisbane, to a premiership.
2021 Coleman Medal Odds
Odds provided by Sportsbet. Correct on March 12
2021 Coleman Medal Tips
Coleman Medal 2021 Best Bet - Tom Lynch
He is the best forward in the competition (excluding Buddy) when fit and firing, where he can take a big grab and kick a bag a game.
They recruited him to give them a second big forward outside of Riewoldt who shows up in the big matches, so he has been a key part to their continual success to date.
He does have a bit of a hot head though, so he does need to be on his best behaviour and not miss too many matches with suspension, as one game can make a difference in this leaderboard.
Coleman Medal 2021 Next Best Bet - Joe Daniher
Seeing that Brisbane's main tall forward was Eric Hipwood who was in an out of form all season, this is the man that can step up and take the roll as the big forward.
He has been in the All Australian side before so he has all the class needed to be the key forward for the Lions, and having the likes of Neale feed the ball in to him helps his case as well.
He has the potential to kick three or four goals a game in a dominant side without a superstar forward, or maybe he can be that player this season.
Coleman Medal 2021 Value Bet - Josh Kennedy
He probably would have won the Coleman last year if it were not for injury three-quarters of the way through the season.
He is one of the true full forwards of the competition where we do not often see him leave the inside 50m and has some of the best hands to take a big grab.
We know his run-up style is a little in-different, but it has worked well for the two-time Coleman Medalist, where he could make it a three-timer come the end of the 2021 season.
Coleman Medal FAQs
When is the Coleman Medal presented?
The Coleman Medal is presented on Wednesday, September 1.
Who won the 2020 Coleman Medal?
Tom Hawkins from Geelong claimed the 2020 Coleman Medal.
Who is the best bet in the 2021 Coleman Medal?
We are with Tom Lynch to win the 2021 Coleman Medal.
We will be backing all three of our best bets in the Coleman Medal.
Best Bet: Tom Lynch To Win @500.00 at BetMGM - 10 Units
Next Best Bet: Joe Daniher To Win @900.00 at Caesars (Sport) - 3 Units
Value Bet: Josh Kennedy Each-Way @900.00 at PlaySugarhouse Sport - 2 Units
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