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These are interesting times for the Brisbane Lions.

Chris Fagan’s men finished fourth from bottom in 2018, but a closer look at their record shows significant improvement across the board.

Can the Lions move up again in 2019 and set the stage for a finals charge in the not-too-distant future?

About the Brisbane Lions

Established: 1996
Home ground: The GABBA
Coach: Chris Fagan
Captain: Dayne Zorko
Premierships: 3 – 2001, 2002, 2003
2018 ladder finish: 15th

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Updated Brisbane Lions futures betting

2019 Premiership Make Finals Make Top 4 Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
Jan $67 $3.50 $12 E Hipwood $51
Feb $67 $3.25 $12 L Neale $51 E Smith $41 E Hipwood $51
Mar $67 $3 $10 L Neale $34 E Smith $41 E Hipwood $51
Apr $26 $1.65 $4.50 L Neale $4.50 E Smith $51 E Hipwood $26
May $41 $1.95 $6.50 L Neale $5 E Smith $101 E Hipwood $51
Jun $26 $1.40 $5 L Neale $4.50 E Smith $101 C Cameron $67
Jul $23 $1.14 $3.50 L Neale $5 N Answerth $151 C Cameron $81
Aug $5.50 SUS SUS L Neale $7 N Answerth $251 SUS
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Brisbane Lions 2019 AFL fixture

Brisbane Lions games
Round Opponent Venue Date Time
1 West Coast Eagles The Gabba Saturday, March 23 7:20pm AEST
2 North Melbourne Kangaroos Marvel Stadium Sunday, March 31 1:10pm AEDT
3 Port Adelaide Power The Gabba Saturday, April 6 6:25pm AEST
4 Essendon Bombers MCG Saturday, April 13 2:10pm AEST
5 Collingwood Magpies Gabba Thursday, April 18 7:35pm AEST
6 Gold Coast Suns Metricon Stadium Saturday, April 27 1:45pm AEST
7 Sydney Swans The Gabba Saturday, May 4 4:35pm AEST
8 Western Bulldogs Mars Stadium Saturday, May 11 1:45pm AEST
9 Adelaide Crows The Gabba Saturday, May 18 2:10pm AEST
10 Fremantle Dockers Optus Stadium Sunday, May 26 3:20pm AWST
11 Hawthorn Hawks The Gabba Saturday, June 1 7:25pm AEST
12 Carlton Blues Marvel Stadium Saturday, June 8 1:45pm AEST
 13 BYE
14 St Kilda Saints Marvel Stadium Saturday, June 22 4:35pm AEST
15 Melbourne Demons The Gabba Sunday, June 30 3:20pm AEST
16 GWS Giants Sydney Showground Sunday, July 7 4:40pm AEST
17 Port Adelaide Power Adelaide Oval Sunday, July 14 4:10pm ACST
18 North Melbourne Kangaroos The Gabba Saturday, July 20 7:25pm AEST
19 Hawthorn Hawks UTAS Stadium Saturday, July 27 1:45pm AEST
20 Western Bulldogs The Gabba Sunday, August 4 4:40pm AEST
21 Gold Coast Suns The Gabba Saturday, August 10 4:35pm AEST
22 Geelong Cats The Gabba Saturday, August 17 2:10pm AEST
23 Richmond Tigers MCG TBA TBA

Brisbane Lions players to watch in 2019

Lachie Neale AFL bettingLachie Neale
Born: 24/5/1993
Games: 135
Goals: 67
Position: Midfielder

The Lions could hardly have dreamed up a better replacement for Dayne Beams after his return to Collingwood. Neale is a prolific ball-getter and a damaging runner on the outside who adds serious pace and quality to an already talented Brisbane midfield.

Jarryd Lyons AFL bettingJarryd Lyons
Born: 22/7/1992
Games: 92
Goals: 49
Position: Midfielder

Only a few people know exactly went wrong for Lyons at the Gold Coast last season, but he is running out of chances at AFL level. This guy knows how to get the footy and could emerge as one of the signings of the season if he stays in the coaches’ good graces.

Alex Witherden AFL bettingAlex Witherden
Born: 10/9/1998
Games: 30
Goals: 3
Position: Half-back

Brisbane’s list is loaded with promising talent after years of high draft picks, but Witherden might be the best of the lot. The 2017 Rising Star nominee possesses great vision with ball in hand and his foot skills from defence are second to none at the Gabba.

Brisbane Lions records

Most matches: Simon Black – 322 (1998-2013)
Most goals kicked in one match: Jonathan Brown – 10 goals (Rd 16, 2007)
Most Best & Fairest awards: Michael Voss, Jonathan Brown, Dayne Zorko – three each
Most matches as coach: Leigh Matthews – 237 (1999-2008)
Most goals in a season: Jonathan Brown – 84 (2009)
Most career goals: Alastair Lynch – 633 (1988-2004)

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