Round 13 Brownlow Predictor, 2021

Brownlow Medal Predictor Round 13 ,2021
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Round 13 Brownlow Predictor, 2021

The second of the bye rounds are done and dusted, and we have the Grand Finalists of last season, the Geelong Cats, beginning to show some form with an impressive win over the Power to kick off the round.

There were some upsets in Round 13, with the Hawks getting a win in Sydney, the Crows coming from behind against the Saints and the Magpies defeating the impressive Demons outfit.

We also had our first draw of the season between the Giants and the Kangaroos, and Josh Kennedy was the hero for the Eagles with a goal in the final minute to pinch the win against the Tigers.

Here is the Brownlow Medal Predictor for Round 13 of the 2021 AFL Season.

Be sure to check back each week of the 2021 AFL Season for an in-depth look at some of the better players for each round and who should get the votes.

Round by Round analysis of the Brownlow Medal Count. Who gets the Brownlow Votes, and who has the best chance to become the Brownlow Medal Winner on Brownlow Medal Night.

This Brownlow Medal Tracker features the players who have the best chance of getting the votes, and three other players considered a vote chance.

A Star ⭐ rating is used to show the confidence level of each three-vote prediction.

⭐ = Tough Game to Pick

⭐⭐ = A Decent Chance

⭐⭐⭐ = Should get the Three Votes


Brownlow Medal Predictor Round 13 ,2021

Port Adelaide vs Geelong

Port Adelaide 14.7 91 – Geelong 17.10 112

(Geelong by 21 Points)

The Power hosted the Cats, and the match was close for the majority of the contest. However, the big Cats forwards were the difference in the end and had a massive impact on steering the Cats to victory.

Jeremy Cameron was an X-Factor booting 5 Goals, whilst the consistency of Tom Hawkins throughout the contest and the big finish from Gary Rohan helped the Cats to the away win.

Defenders Tom Stewart and Jack Henry were also significant down back when the game mattered.

For the Power, Ollie Wines was the best midfielder on the ground, and Travis Boak again had an impact. Connor Rozee had a huge first-half, and Charlie Dixon presented well all match up forward.

Vote Chances

Connor Rozee – 16 Disposals, 8 Score Involvements, 410 Metres Gained and 5 Goals

Tom Hawkins – 14 Disposals, 8 Marks (5 Marks Inside 50 and 2 Contested), 11 Score Involvements and 4 Goals

Travis Boak – 27 Disposals (21 Effective and 10 Contested), 5 Intercept Possessions, 6 Clearances, 9 Score Involvements, 8 Tackles and 20 Pressure Acts

Projected Votes

1 Vote (Geelong) Gary Rohan (2)

18 Disposals (13 Effective), 10 Marks (3 Contested and 3 Marks Inside 50), 4 Inside 50s, 9 Score Involvements, 391 Metres Gained and 3 Goals

2 Votes (Port Adelaide) Ollie Wines (13)

29 Disposals (23 Effective and 13 Contested), 5 Marks, 7 Clearances, 6 Inside 50s, 11 Score Involvements, 7 Ground Ball Gets, 6 Tackles, 614 Metres Gained and 1 Goal

3 Votes (Geelong) Jeremy Cameron (6) ⭐⭐

19 Disposals (17 Effective), 5 Marks (2 Contested and 2 Marks Inside 50), 6 Inside 50s, 12 Score Involvements, 405 Metres Gained, 2 Goal Assists and 5 Goals

Note – The match was even for most of the contest, but the Cats pulled away in the final term, and Jeremy Cameron played up a big part booting three last quarter goals and being the most dangerous forward on the ground.

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Sydney vs Hawthorn

Sydney 7.9 51 – Hawthorn 14.5 89

(Hawthorn by 38 Points)

The Swans were outplayed in this clash and came out a bit sluggish after the bye. The Hawks have been out of form, but Alistair Clarkson had them up and about in an impressive upset win.

Tom Mitchell won a lot of the football in the middle of the ground, and Jonathon Ceglar had a massive game in the ruck. Jaeger O’Meara got better as the game went on, and defender Changkouth Jiath showed his electrifying pace and ability to rebound the ball out of the defensive 50.

The Swans were outplayed, but their usual contributors, Josh Kennedy, Callum Mills, had an impact and Dayne Rampe was busy down back.

Vote Chances

Callum Mills – 33 Disposals (23 Effective and 11 Contested), 5 Clearances, 4 Inside 50s, 4 Rebound 50ss, 7 Score Involvements, 8 Ground Ball Gets, 7 Tackles and 21 Pressure Acts

Jaeger O’Meara – 26 Disposals (13 Contested), 4 Clearances, 9 Inside 50s, 7 Score Involvements, 5 Ground Ball Gets, 4 Tackles and 1 Goal Assist

Ben McEvoy – 14 Disposals (11 Effective), 7 Marks (5 Contested and 2 Marks Inside 50), 4 Inside 50s, 5 Score Involvements, 5 Tackles (3 Tackles Inside 50), 9 One Percenters, 6 Spoils and 1 Goal

Projected Votes

1 Vote (Hawthorn) Changkouth Jiath (1)

28 Disposals (24 Effective), 10 Intercept Possessions, 4 Marks, 5 Inside 50s, 6 Ground Ball Gets, 9 One Percenters, 8 Spoils and 553 Metres Gained

2 Votes (Hawthorn) Jonathon Ceglar (2)

20 Disposals (19 Contested and 14 Effective), 11 Clearances, 7 Ground Ball Gets, 7 Hit-outs to advantage, 4 Tackles, 8 One Percenters, 5 Spoils and 1 Goal

3 Votes (Hawthorn) Tom Mitchell (13) ⭐⭐

34 Disposals (16 Contested), 6 Intercept Possessions, 4 Inside 50s, 5 Rebound 50s,  12 Ground Ball Gets, 7 Tackles, 24 Pressure Acts, 440 Metres Gained and 1 Goal

Note – The Hawks had time to think about their form during their week off and came out firing. Tom Mitchell was brilliant in the middle of the ground, but his ruckman Jonathon Ceglar was also very good.

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Fremantle vs Gold Coast

Fremantle 11.10 76 – Gold Coast 6.13 49

(Fremantle by 27 Points)

The Dockers were without their captain, but a few others stepped up in an impressive home win.

Sean Darcy continued his impressive form and was probably the best player on the ground, whilst Andrew Brayshaw and David Mundy had their usual impact in the middle of the ground.

Defenders Luke Ryan, James Aish and Alex Pearce impressed, and the emergence of Josh Treacy up forward will please Fremantle fans.

The Suns hung around in this clash, and a couple of their usual contributors in Touk Miller and Hugh Greenwood, were their best players.

Vote Chances

David Mundy – 20 Disposals (10 Contested), 6 Clearances, 8 Score Involvements, 5 Ground Ball Gets and 2 Goals

Luke Ryan – 29 Disposals (28 Effective), 5 Intercept Possessions, 10 Marks (2 Intercept Marks), 6 Rebound 50s and 508 Metres Gained

Touk Miller – 31 Disposals (21 Effective and 13 Contested), 7 Marks, 8 Clearances, 7 Inside 50s, 6 Score Involvements, 6 Ground Ball Gets, 6 Tackles, 25 Pressure Acts, 560 Metres Gained and 1 Goal

Projected Votes

1 Vote (Fremantle) James Aish (1)

31 Disposals (24 Effective), 5 Intercept Possessions, 7 Marks (3 Intercept Marks and 2 Contested), 5 Inside 50s, 5 Rebound 50s, 4 Tackles and 560 Metres Gained

2 Votes (Fremantle) Andrew Brayshaw (6)

29 Disposals (22 Effective), 9 Marks, 6 Clearances, 6 Inside 50s, 6 Score Involvements, 5 Ground Ball Gets, 5 Tackles, 435 Metres Gained and 1 Goal Assist

3 Votes (Fremantle) Sean Darcy (5) ⭐⭐

17 Disposals (13 Contested and 11 Effective), 5 Marks (2 Marks Inside 50), 7 Clearances, 5 Inside 50s 7 Score Involvements, 10 Hit-outs to advantage, 6 Tackles, 411 Metres Gained and 1 Goal

Note – The big Fremantle ruckman is having a fine season and dominated the ruck to help teammates win the football. Got better as the match went on and was one of the hardest workers out there.


St Kilda vs Adelaide

St Kilda 8.12 60 – Adelaide 9.12 66

(Adelaide by 6 Points)

The Saints looked to be cruising to an easy victory up in Cairns until the last quarter, where the Crows stormed home and pinched the match.

The Crows have found some consistent contributors in the middle this season, with Rory Laird and Ben Keays again having a significant impact on the result.

Paul Seedsman was again very good, and Reilly O’Brien is beginning to find some consistency. Rookie Riley Thilthorpe was also an X-Factor in the last quarter.

The Saints lost the match, but Jack Steele will again be one of the favourites for best on the ground honours. Brad Crouch had a decent night against his former team, and defenders Dougal Howard and Tom Highmore held their own down back.

Vote Chances

Brad Crouch – 36 Disposals (19 Contested), 6 Intercept Possessions, 5 Clearances, 14 Ground Ball Gets, 6 Tackles (3 Tackles Inside 50), 18 Pressure Acts and 1 Goal

Dougal Howard – 24 Disposals (20 Effective), 13 Intercept Possessions, 7 Marks (6 Intercept Marks and 2 Contested), 10 Rebound 50s, 16 One Percenters, 16 Spoils and 445 Metres Gained

Paul Seedsman – 31 Disposals, 7 Intercept Possessions, 4 Marks (2 Intercept Marks), 4 Clearances, 7 Inside 50s, 7 Rebound 50s, 6 Score Involvements, 6 Ground Ball Gets, 6 Tackles, 21 Pressure Acts, 717 Metres Gained and 1 Goal Assist

Projected Votes

1 Vote (Adelaide) Ben Keays (4)

31 Disposals, 5 Clearances, 5 Inside 50s, 5 Score Involvements, 7 Ground Ball Gets, 10 Tackles, 40 Pressure Acts, 613 Metres Gained and 1 Goal Assist

2 Votes (St Kilda) Jack Steele (14)

34 Disposals (19 Contested), 6 Intercept Possessions, 4 Marks, 9 Clearances, 12 Inside 50s, 5 Score Involvements, 13 Ground Ball Gets, 12 Tackles (2 Tackles Inside 50), 34 Pressure Acts and 605 Metres Gained

3 Votes (Adelaide) Rory Laird (11) ⭐⭐

33 Disposals (18 Contested), 10 Clearances, 5 Inside 50s, 4 Rebound 50s, 6 Score Involvements, 14 Ground Ball Gets, 8 Tackles, 26 Pressure Acts and 446 Metres Gained

Note – The Crows came from behind in this match, and Laird had 11 Disposals and 5 Clearances in the final term. He did turn the ball over a fair bit throughout the match, but was very important in the closing stages. Jack Steele from the Saints also had a decent night.


North Melbourne vs GWS

North Melbourne 14.10 94 – GWS 14.10 94

(Draw)

The first draw of the season, and the Kangaroos are proving some critics wrong with their ability to at least be competitive in matches.

There was a standout in this game, with GWS midfielder Josh Kelly having a big match in the middle of the ground and winning a lot of the football. Tim Taranto also had an impact, and Nick Haynes was outstanding on the back-half for the Giants.

For the Kangaroos, Jy Simpkin and Ben Cunnington again led the way in the middle of the ground. Aaron Hall kept the statsman busy, whilst Todd Goldstein had an impact in the ruck. Forward Cam Zurhaar also presented well up forward.

Vote Chances

Ben Cunnington – 25 Disposals (20 Effective and 14 Contested), 4 Marks (2 Marks Inside 50), 9 Clearances, 4 Inside 50s, 6 Ground Ball Gets, 5 Tackles, 391 Metres Gained and 2 Goals

Aaron Hall – 35 Disposals (25 Effective), 6 Intercept Possessions,  6 Marks (2 Intercept Marks), 7 Inside 50s, 9 Rebound 50s, 4 Tackles and 791 Metres Gained

Cameron Zurhaar – 16 Disposals (11 Effective), 4 Marks (2 Marks Inside 50), 4 Clearances, 10 Score Involvements, 7 Ground Ball Gets, 5 Tackles (2 Tackles Inside 50), 14 Pressure Acts and 2 Goals

Projected Votes

1 Vote (GWS) Nick Haynes (1)

26 Disposals (21 Effective), 14 Intercept Possessions, 14 Marks (9 Intercept Marks), 4 Rebound 50s and 5 Ground Ball Gets

2 Votes (North Melbourne) Jy Simpkin (5)

31 Disposals (25 Effective and 10 Contested), 5 Intercept Possessions, 6 Marks, 7 Clearances, 6 Inside 50s, 5 Ground Ball Gets, 8 Tackles, 24 Pressure Acts and 2 Goal Assists

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3 Votes (GWS) Josh Kelly (11) ⭐⭐⭐

39 Disposals (28 Effective and 17 Contested), 6 Intercept Possessions, 5 Marks, 6 Clearances, 8 Inside 50s, 12 Score Involvements, 13 Ground Ball Gets, 6 Tackles, 19 Pressure Acts, 654 Metres Gained and 2 Goals

Note – Josh Kelly was a clear standout in this match and won a lot of contested football. He racked up a lot of the footy and featured heavily in most of the key statistical areas, whilst hitting the scoreboard for a couple of goals.

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West Coast vs Richmond

West Coast 13.7 85 – Richmond 12.9 81

(West Coast by 4 Points)

The much anticipated Sunday Evening clash at Optus Stadium didn’t disappoint and went down to the wire, with Josh Kennedy kicking the winning goal for West Coast in the last minute.

Kennedy booted four goals in this match, and his skills were on show up forward, making wise decisions and setting up teammates for scoring chances.

Nic Naitanui dominated the ruck, and midfielder Jack Redden won a lot of football for the Eagles. Former Captain Shannon Hurn was also solid down back, and the ball ended up in his hands with an intercept mark just before the siren.

For the Tigers, Dustin Martin was again dangerous all match, and Defender Nick Vlastuin was busy down back and held his own.

Vote Chances

Jack Redden – 32 Disposals (26 Effective and 12 Contested), 6 Intercept Possessions, 12 Marks (3 Intercept Marks), 7 Clearances, 4 Inside 50s and 9 Ground Ball Gets,

Nic Naitanui – 20 Disposals (15 Contested), 5 Clearances, 7 Score Involvements, 8 Ground Ball Gets, 12 Hit-outs to advantage and 1 Goal

Shai Bolton – 23 Disposals (16 Effective and 10 Contested), 8 Inside 50S, 9 Score Involvements, 6 Ground Ball Gets, 4 Tackles, 472 Metres Gained, 3 Goal Assists and 1 Goal

Projected Votes

1 Vote (West Coast) Shannon Hurn (1)

25 Disposals (22 Effective), 10 Marks (5 Intercept Marks), 5 Score Involvements, 4 One Percenters, 578 Metres Gained and 1 Goal Assist

2 Votes (Richmond) Dustin Martin (13)

23 Disposals (12 Contested), 6 Clearances, 7 Inside 50s, 6 Score Involvements, 10 Ground Ball Gets, 571 Metres Gained and 2 Goals

3 Votes (West Coast) Josh Kennedy (3) ⭐⭐

15 Disposals (11 Effective), 7 Marks (5 Marks Inside 50), 6 Inside 50S, 8 Score Involvements, 448 Metres Gained, 3 Goal Assists and 4 Goals

Note – Kennedy was a clear X-Factor in this clash, booting two final quarter goals and the winning goal in the final minute. He looked confident with the football and made smart decisions consistently throughout the contest.


Melbourne vs Collingwood

Melbourne 9.9 63 – Collingwood 11.14 80 

(Collingwood by 17 Points)

In one of the round upsets, the Magpies came out to play to send off coach Nathan Buckley in his final match.

They played with heart, and got the win over the Demons on the Queens Birthday match.

Scott Pendlebury was brilliant in the middle of the ground, and Jordan De Goey won a lot of the football with a switch to the midfield.

Brayden Maynard was also solid down back, and Darcy Cameron booted 4 Goals up forward.

The Demons were not at their best in this clash, but Max Gawn and Christian Petracca both had good matches.

Vote Chances

Max Gawn – 19 Disposals (10 Contested), 8 Marks (5 Contested and 3 Intercept Marks), 5 Tackles, 6 One Percenters, 6 Spoils and 1 Goal

Christian Petracca – 27 Disposals (20 Effective and 12 Contested), 8 Marks, 7 Inside 50s, 5 Score Involvements, 8 Ground Ball Gets, 24 Pressure Acts, 486 Metres Gained and 1 Goal

Darcy Cameron – 9 Disposals (8 Effective), 6 Marks (3 Contested and 3 Marks Inside 50), 6 Score Involvements, 5 Tackles (2 Tackles Inside 50), 18 Pressure Acts and 4 Goals

Projected Votes

1 Vote (Collingwood) Brayden Maynard (1)

32 Disposals (29 Effective), 9 Intercept Possessions, 13 Marks (4 Intercept Marks and 2 Contested), 5 Rebound 50s, 5 Score Involvements, 5 Ground Ball Gets, 4 Tackles and 661 Metres Gained

2 Votes (Collingwood) Jordan De Goey (5)

32 Disposals (21 Effective and 10 Contested), 4 Marks, 6 Clearances, 5 Inside 50s, 4 Rebound 50s, 10 Score Involvements, 7 Ground Ball Gets, 4 Tackles (2 Tackles Inside 50), 447 Metres Gained and 3 Goal Assists

3 Votes (Collingwood) Scott Pendlebury (5) ⭐⭐⭐

31 Disposals (27 Effective and 20 Contested), 12 Intercept Possessions, 5 Clearances, 7 Score Involvements, 15 Ground Ball Gets, 1 Goal Assist and 1 Goal

Note – Pendlebury was excellent in this game and used the football well whilst winning the contested ball. He will be the heavy favourite for the three votes. Check out the Brownlow Medal Markets at PlayUp.


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Leaderboard – Round 13 

Top 10

Brownlow Medal Predictor Leaderboard 2021
NameProjected Votes
Clayton Oliver21
Darcy Parish19
Marcus Bontempelli18
Jack Macrae16
Christian Petracca15
Jarryd Lyons14
Cam Guthrie14
Jack Steele14
Tom Mitchell13
Ollie Wines13
Dustin Martin 13
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