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Richmond Tigers AFL

After 37 years of pain, frustration and humiliation, the Richmond Football Club won the 2017 AFL Grand Final in incredible fashion, climbing from 13th on the ladder in 2016 to blitz the competition and taste the ultimate success.

That made the Tigers the team to beat in 2018, and back-to-back flags looked all but inevitable until they were stunned by a rampaging Collingwood side in the preliminary finals. They made up for it in the next two seasons, however, beating the GWS Giants and Geelong in consecutive grand finals to make it three premierships in four years.

Can Richmond back it up again in 2021? Let’s take a look at their outright odds for the AFL season and find some value for punters.

About the Richmond Tigers

Established: 1885
Home ground: MCG
Coach: Damien Hardwick
Captain: Nick Vlaustin
Premierships: 13 – 1920-21, 1932, 1934, 1943, 1967, 1969, 1973-74, 1980, 2017, 2019, 2020
2021 ladder finish: 12th (9-12-1)

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Updated Richmond futures betting

2021 Premiership Make Top 4 Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
Mar $4.50 $1.50 D Martin $7 R Collier-Dawkins $51 T Lynch $5
Apr $5 $1.60 D Martin $5.50 R Collier-Dawkins $51 T Lynch $7
May $5 $2 D Martin $8 R Collier-Dawkins $51 J Riewoldt $6
Jun $7 $3.50 D Martin $9 R Collier-Dawkins $81 J Riewoldt $7
Jul $13 $34 D Martin $21 R Collier-Dawkins $101 J Riewoldt $11
Aug $51 $3.50 S Bolton $251 R Collier-Dawkins $251 J Riewoldt $34

Best Richmond bets for the 2021 AFL season

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Richmond players to watch in 2021

Shai Bolton
Born: 8/12/1998
Games: 47
Goals: 34
Position: Midfielder/forward

One positive to come out of Richmond’s personnel issues last season was the emergence of Shai Bolton in the midfield. It will be interesting to see how Tigers coach Damian Hardwick uses the West Australian star when the likes of Trent Cotchin, Shane Edwards and Dion Prestia are all available.

Trent Cotchin
Born: 7/4/1990
Games: 251
Goals: 127
Position: Midfielder

He has led his team through a period of incredible success, but how long does Trent Cotchin have left as an AFL footballer? There are already questions regarding the three-time premiership captain’s place in the best 22, and it will be interesting to see how he copes with recent off-field drama surrounding the club.

Noah Balta
Born: 23/10/1999
Games: 30
Goals: 7
Position: Defender

He has snuck under the radar somewhat, but Noah Balta is now one of the most reliable key defenders in the competition. His ability to mark out the opposition’s best forward is critical in allowing the likes of Bachar Houli and Jayden Short to rebound from the Richmond backline.

Richmond Tigers records

Most matches: Kevin Bartlett – 403 (1965–1983)
Most goals kicked in one match: Doug Strang – 14 goals (R2, 1931)
Most Best & Fairest awards: Jack Dyer – 6 (1932, 1937-1940, 1946)
Most matches as coach: Tom Hafey – 248 (1966–1976)
Most goals in a season: Michael Roach – 112 (1980)
Most career goals: Jack Titus – 980 (1926–1943)

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