Tue, Sep 27, 1:26pm by Kevin Pitstock
Online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au has opened markets on the 2012 Brownlow Medal and AFL Premiership winner.
Chris Judd is the early $7.00 favourite to win his third Brownlow in 2012, while Collingwood heads the market for next year’s premiership at $4.00, despite being outsiders to beat Geelong this Saturday.
“The umpires have been a little slow of late with Dane Swan and Gary Ablett arguably having better seasons the year before their Brownlow wins,” sportsbet.com.au’s Haydn Lane said.
“If that trend continues then Juddy is a moral to take Charlie home for the third time next year!”
The massive shift in odds for this Saturday’s Grand Final has continued, with Geelong now priced at $1.82 (in from $1.98 yesterday morning) while Collingwood’s odds have got the wobbles, easing dramatically from $1.84 out to $2.03 in the past 24 hours.
Scott Pendlebury is the outright favourite for the Norm Smith Medal at $7.00 ahead of Joel Selwood and Dane Swan at $7.50 each.
If this year’s Grand Final is close like many we have seen go down to the wire in recent years, punters with sportsbet.com.au will have some protection as head to head bets will be refunded if their team loses by six points or less!
2012 AFL Premiership Betting Market @ sportsbet.com.au
$12 West Coast
$18 Western Bulldogs
$21 St Kilda
$34 North Melbourne, Sydney
$51 Adelaide, Melbourne
$101 Gold Coast, Port Adelaide
$501 Greater Western Sydney
2012 Brownlow Medal Betting Market @ sportsbet.com.au
$7.00 Chris Judd
$7.50 Dane Swan, Scott Pendlebury
$9.00 Sam Mitchell, Gary Ablett
$11 Marc Murphy
$15 Adam Goodes
$17 Joel Selwood, Nick Dal Santo
$21 Matthew Boyd
2011 AFL Grand Final Betting Market @ sportsbet.com.au
$1.82 Geelong (in from $1.98 on Monday, 26 September)
$2.03 Collingwood (out from $1.84 on Monday, 26 September)
2012 Norm Smith Medal Betting Market @ sportsbet.com.au
$7.00 Scott Pendlebury
$7.50 Joel Selwood, Dane Swan
$11 James Kelly, Dale Thomas
$12 Jimmy Bartel
$13 Paul Chapman
$14 Travis Cloke
$15 Leon Davis, Heath Shaw
$17 Steve Johnson, Brad Ottens
$21 Alan Didak, Corey Enright, Joel Corey
$26 James Podsiadly, Luke Ball
$34 Matthew Scarlett, Harry O’Brien
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