2010 Coleman Medal Betting Odds

by Aussie Punter on February 15, 2010

in AFL

Coleman Medal Betting Odds Comparison After Round 19

Barry Hall and Jack Riewoldt look to be the only two real contenders now, if Bazza can stay on the park, he looks set to become 2010’s leading goal kicker.

Players SportingBet Australia IAS Bet SportsBet LuxBet
Barry Hall
Jack Riewoldt
Mark Lecras

These odds were correct at the time of posting and are subject to change.

Below are the odds and my predictions at the start of the home and away season.

In order to get any kind of value from betting on the Coleman Medal, you really need to get your bets on before the season gets underway. My tip for 2010 is Hawthorn’s Lance Franklin, not just because I’m a Hawthorn supporter either.

Hawthorn will undoubtedly improve their delivery into the forward line this year with Sam Mitchell looking a million dollars, a fitter than ever Jordan Lewis running around & an injury-free Luke Hodge who looks set to spend a lot more time in the guts during 2010. The addition of Shaun Burgoyne to their list will help them win more clearances, and the young excitement machine Cyril Rioli is rumoured to spend some time in the midfield as well. According to this years AFL Prospectus, Champion Data general manager Tim Kelsey says Rioli is the best kick in the AFL. Finally, Buddy has lost a few kilo’s and had a much better pre-season. All signs point to yes for mine.

Fev deserves to be up there, however we’re yet to see if Brown and Fev can work together in the forward line. I don’t think Sydney are good enough for Bradshaw to win it, and their game style doesn’t generally involve lots of goals. For the roughies, I think Roughead (sic), Barry Hall (if he remembers this is football not boxing) and Riewoldt are good value.

Player Name SportsBet SportingBet Australia IAS Bet CentreBet
Lance Franklin 4 4.5 4.75 4.5
Brendan Fevola 4 3.75 4 3.75
Daniel Bradshaw 11 12 9 9
Jonathan Brown 13 13 13 12
Matthew Pavlich 15 11 13 11
Jarryd Roughead 16 14 15 16
Barry Hall 17 21 13 21
Kurt Tippett 21 19 21 21
Nick Riewoldt 26 17 17 21
Jason Porplyzia 26 34 26 21
Mark Lecras 26 21 21 17
John Anthony 34 34 41 21
Justin Koschitzke 41 34 34 51
Tom Hawkins 51 51 51 67
Quinten Lynch 51 51 67 NA
Cameron Mooney 61 67 41 41
Warren Tredrea 61 67 NA 41
Mark Williams 67 41 51 67
Cyril Rioli 67 41 41 81
Liam Jurrah 67 67 67 67
Luke Mcpharlin 81 101 NA NA
Adam Goodes 81 51 81 126
Brett Deledio 81 81 101 NA
Travis Cloke 101 51 67 126
Gary Ablett Jnr. 151 81 67 126
Paul Medhurst 201 67 NA 251

These odds are current as of 15th of February and are subject to change. I will be updating the odds periodically throughout the season.

Let me know your thoughts in the comments.

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