The Brownlow Bubble: AFL Round 13

All is quiet on the Brownlow front with several of this year’s leading candidates on the bye last week. 

Marcus Bontempelli remains a short-priced $3.75 favourite to take home the honours, while Clayton Oliver ($5.00) and teammate Christian Petracca ($6.00) have remained firm. 

There has been one move for Ollie Wines though with Port’s superstar midfielder venturing on single figures after another big game against Geelong. 

For our complete list of votes and market movers post Round 13, be sure to read the latest edition of The Brownlow Bubble below!

The Brownlow Big Board

Clayton Oliver24$5.00
Jack Macrae22$11.00
Jack Steele19$29.00
Marcus Bontempelli18$9.00
Darcy Parish18$9.00
Ollie Wines18$10.00
Christian Petracca16$6.00
Travis Boak15$17.00
Jarryd Lyons15$41.00
Touk Miller14N/A
Tom Mitchell14$41.00
Cam Guthrie13$19.00
Dustin Martin13$9.00
Rory Laird13$81.00
Ben Cunnington13$101.00
David Mundy13$41.00
Dayne Zorko12N/A
Taylor Walker11$101.00
Zach Merrett11$34.00

Our Round 13 Votes

Port Adelaide v Geelong Cats

Jeremy Cameron3
Ollie Wines2
Tom Hawkins1

Sydney Swans v Hawthorn

Tom Mitchell3
Changkuoth Jiath2
Jager O’Meara1

Fremantle v Gold Coast Suns

Sean Darcy3
David Mundy2
Touk Miller1

St Kilda v Adelaide Crows

Jack Steele3
Brad Crouch2
Rory Laird1

North Melbourne v GWS Giants

Josh Kelly3
Ben Cunnington2
Jy Simpkin1

West Coast Eagles v Richmond

Jack Redden3
Josh Kennedy2
Kane Lambert1

Melbourne v Collingwood

Jordan de Goey3
Brandon Maynard2
Scott Pendlebury1

Ollie Wines – $12.00 – $10.00

Only one major firmer this week with most of the usual suspects on the bye. 

Ollie Wines has moved onto the second line of betting following 29 touches and a goal against the Cats last Friday night, and it’s becoming increasingly clear that he is probably Port’s best chance at claiming the Charlie. 

Travis Boak hasn’t exactly cooled off, but the fact he isn’t kicking goals has hurt his chances. 

Wines, on the other hand, has soared into the Top 10 in total disposals and contested possessions whilst also putting up 30+ disposals in seven games so far. 

The Power face a nice little bounce-back game this week against the Suns on the Gold Coast, a team Wines has averaged 25 disposals against in seven games.