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Melbourne Demons

The Melbourne Football Club boasts a legacy as rich as any sporting organisation on the planet. Founded in May 1859, it is the world’s oldest professional football club of any variety.

MFC’s recent history is far less auspicious. Since the infamous sacking of six-time premiership coach Norm Smith in 1965, the once-mighty Demons have claimed the wooden spoon seven times and played in only two grand finals. With the Western Bulldogs’ fairytale win in 2016, Melbourne now hold the longest active streak without a premiership.

Things were looking up when Simon Goodwin steered a young, talented team to the preliminary finals in 2018, but it all fell apart the following year as the Dees plummeted to 17th on the ladder.

The question is: where do Melbourne sit in the race for the 2020 AFL Premiership title? Let’s find out.

About the Melbourne Football Club

Established: 1859
Home ground: Melbourne Cricket Ground
Coach: Simon Goodwin
Captains: Max Gawn
Premierships: 12 – 1900, 1926, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1948, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1959, 1960, 1964
2019 ladder finish: 17th

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Updated Melbourne futures odds

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2020 Premiership Make Finals Make Top 4 Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
Jan $23 $2.75 $7 M Gawn $34 L Jackson $10 T McDonald $41
Feb $23 $2.75 $7 M Gawn $34 L Jackson $10 T McDonald $41
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Best Melbourne bets for the 2020 AFL season

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Melbourne 2020 AFL fixture

Melbourne Demons fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (VIC)
1 West Coast Eagles Optus Stadium Sunday, March 22 6:20pm
2 GWS Giants Melbourne Cricket Ground Saturday, March 28 1:45pm
3 Fremantle Dockers Melbourne Cricket Ground Sunday, April 5 1:10pm
4 St Kilda Saints Marvel Stadium Sunday, April 12 4:40pm
5 Gold Coast Suns Metricon Stadium Saturday, April 18 1:10pm
6 Richmond Tigers Melbourne Cricket Ground Friday, April 24 7:55pm
7 Essendon Bombers Melbourne Cricket Ground Sunday, May 3 7:20pm
8 Port Adelaide Power Melbourne Cricket Ground Sunday, May 10 3:20pm
9 Adelaide Crows TIO Traeger Park Sunday, May 17 3:20pm
10 Western Bulldogs Melbourne Cricket Ground Sunday, May 24 1:10pm
11 Hawthorn Hawks Melbourne Cricket Ground Friday, May 29 7:50pm
12 Collingwood Magpies Melbourne Cricket Ground Monday, June 8 3:20pm
13 BYE
14 Brisbane Lions The Gabba Friday, June 19 7:50pm
15 Gold Coast Suns Melbourne Cricket Ground Saturday, June 27 1:45pm
16 Fremantle Dockers Optus Stadium Sunday, July 5 5:20pm
17 St Kilda Saints Melbourne Cricket Ground Saturday, July 11 1:45pm
18 Adelaide Crows Adelaide Oval Sunday, July 19 4:40pm
19 Geelong Cats GMHBA Stadium Saturday, July 25 4:35pm
20 Sydney Swans Melbourne Cricket Ground Sunday, August 2 3:20pm
21 Collingwood Magpies Melbourne Cricket Ground Saturday, August 8 1:45pm AEST
22 Carlton Blues Melbourne Cricket Ground Saturday, August 15 1:45pm
23 North Melbourne Kangaroos Blundstone Arena TBD TBD

Demons players to watch in 2020

Steven May AFL bettingSteven May
Born: 10/1/1992
Games: 131
Goals: 22
Position: Defender

Many in the footy industry saw May as the missing piece of the Melbourne puzzle when he made the switch from the Gold Coast last year, but he managed only eight games in a deeply disappointing debut campaign. Dees fans will expect a hell of a lot more in 2020.


Angus Brayshaw AFL bettingAngus Brayshaw
Born: 9/1/1996
Games: 80
Goals: 37
Position: Midfielder

After bolting to within a few votes of the 2018 Brownlow Medal, Brayshaw suffered a severe slump in 2019. The gutsy on-baller has overcome plenty of obstacles to get this far in his career, so he should bounce back this season.


Christian Petracca AFL bettingChristian Petracca
Born: 4/1/1996
Games: 85
Goals: 79
Position: Half-forward

Petracca might be the most talented player on Melbourne’s list, but he is yet to match his obvious ability with the consistency required of an AFL footballer. The former no.2 draft pick is running out of chances to prove his worth at the highest level.

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