Melbourne Demons Betting Tips, Odds & Latest News

Founded in 1858 is the Melbourne Football Club and they're the oldest professional club of any football code.

Nicknamed the Demons, their golden era was in the 1950's and whilst their highly affluent supporter base hasn't seen premiership success since 1964, they reached their first finals series in 12 years when getting all the way to the Preliminary Final stage in 2018.

Melbourne Demons History


The Melbourne Football Club were a dominant force in the early years of Australian Rules as they won twelve premierships overall which were all achieved from 1900 to 1964.

As the oldest club and founding member of the Victorian Football Association, Melbourne were one of the first two participants in an interstate match when taking on and defeating a South Australian team in 1877.

Ivor Warne-Smith won the club's first ever Brownlow Medal in 1926 which occured in their second premiership year and came some 26 years prior to the golden age under legendary coach Norm Smith where with champion player Ron Barassi, won the flag in 1955, 1956 and 1957, lost to Collingwood in 1958, and then won it in 1959 and 1960.

Following 1964 (their last premiership) it's been a long and tough time for Demons fans where they were near the bottom of the ladder throughout the 1970's and despite promising success with some great individual players in small periods since then, they've mostly been disappointing.

Under coach Simon Goodwin, Melbourne were arguably the most exciting team to watch in the 2018 season which saw them eventually make a Preliminary Final but keeping in line with their modern history, tumbled back down the ladder in 2019.

With a very capable playing list, improvement is expected with Melbourne in 2020 where they're currently $26.00 to win the AFL Premiership with Bet365 and $2.30 to make the Top 8 which makes some appeal.

Melbourne Demons Live Streaming


Melbourne supporters that want to live stream Demons games can do so by signing up with Kayo Sports. Kayo has streaming rights to the AFL, which includes all Melbourne Demons games in the 2020 season. 

BetEasy customers are able to get a three month free trial of Kayo Sports if they are not an existing subscriber. This offer ends on March 31, 2020.


Melbourne Demons Betting Odds


There are several methods you can use to stay up to date with the latest Melbourne Demons betting odds, like checking with the bookmaker accounts you have to see which one offers the best markets. 

Melbourne Demons Bonus Bets


Due to Australian legalisation online bookmakers are unable to offer Melbourne Demons bonus bets to their customers. 

Most bookmakers do offer money back and bonus bet deals on games throughout the season which can generate you bonus bets, so keep an eye with your bookie to see what deals are in place.

Melbourne Demons Fixtures


The schedule for the Melbourne Demons has been released.

The entire 2020 fixture for Melbourne can be found by clicking here.

Melbourne Demons Results


To keep up to date with the latest Melbourne Demons results your best bet is to visit either their official website or the AFL's.



Melbourne Demons Team News


It's always important to know who's named in the final 22. A key out or a big-name such as Steven May or Clayton Oliver being unavailable could be the difference between you getting a winning dividend and your best Melbourne Demons bet going down.

Our previews on Melbourne will always include the full named squad leading into a match so you'll have all the relevant team information.

Melbourne Demons Bet of the Day


For our Melbourne Demons bet of the day visit our match preview hub to get our best Melbourne bets and other wagers including the Demons.

Melbourne Demons News


https://www.melbournefc.com.au/ is the website to visit for all news and relevant information like injury lists regarding the Melbourne Demons

bets.com.au will have all the relevant wagering news and odds for the Demons.


Melbourne Demons Trade Rumours 


The https://www.afl.com.au/ website covers most trade rumours, including the Melburne Demons.

Twitter can also be used for this.

Melbourne Demons Social Media


The official Melbourne Demons social media channels are:


#GoDees is the hashtag to use when using social media in relation to the Melbourne Football Club.
             

Melbourne Demons FAQ

Who is the coach of the Melbourne Demons?

Simon Goodwin is the coach of the Melbourne Demons.

He took over this role in 2017.

Who is the captain of the Melbourne Demons?

Popular ruckman Max Gawn is the new captain of the Melbourne Demons.

He's a 3 x All-Australian and arguably the best ruckman in the competition.

How many premierships have the Melbourne Demons won?

The Melbourne Demons have won 12 VFL/AFL premierships.

The last of those was in 1964.

What's the Melbourne Demons record attendance?

115,802 people turned up to watch Melbourne (aiming for 4 flags in a row but lost) versus Collingwood in the 1958 Grand Final.

That is the record attendance for the Melbourne Demons.

Who won the 2019 Melbourne Demons Best & Fairest?

Clayton Oliver and Max Gawn tied for the 2019 Melburne Best & Fairest.

This is knows as the Keith "Bluey" Truscott Trophy.

How many Wooden Spoons have the Melbourne Demons won?

The Wooden Spoon is an imaginary "award" given to the team that finishes on the bottom of the AFL ladder in a season.

The Melbourne Demons have "won" 12 Wooden Spoons.

                        
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