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2019 Brownlow Medal Vote Predictor: Round 22

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It’s 2019 and we have put together our popular Brownlow Predictor again. We rank every game of the AFL season with the Brownlow format 3, 2 and 1.

We will be running week to week posts with each game featured along with an overall leaderboard. The leaderboard can be easily broke down in to the popular betting markets of overall leader, teams, rounds 1-5, 1-10 and Total.

Brownlow betting has become huge over the past few years with the bookmakers offering numerous promotions and betting markets. If you are having a bet or take any interest in the Brownlow Medal it is a no brainer to follow the Kingpunters Brownlow Predictor.

Round 22 – Brownlow Vote Predictions

Melbourne V Sydney
Oliver Florent 3
Sam Reid 2
Jack Viney 1
Carlton V St Kilda
Marc Murphy 3
Ed Curnow 2
Levi Casboult 1
Brisbane V Geelong
Jarryd Lyons 3
Patrick Dangerfield 2
Charlie Cameron 1
Adelaide V Collingwood
Scott Pendlebury 3
Brayden Maynard 2
Jamie Elliott 1
Nth Melbourne V Port Adelaide
Ben Brown 3
Todd Goldstein 2
Shaun Higgins 1
Fremantle V Essendon
Dylan Shiel 3
Michael Walters 2
Zach Merrett 1
Richmond V West Coast
Dustin Martin 3
Shane Edwards 2
Elliott Yeo 1
GWS V Western Bulldogs
Josh Dunkley 3
Jack Macrae 2
Patrick Lipinski 1
Hawthorn V Gold Coast
James Worpel 3
Tom Scully 2
Jarryd Roughead 1

Round by Round Brownlow Predictions

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