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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 a year later when they smashed the GWS Giants to make it two flags in three years.

Can Richmond back it up in 2020? 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: Trent Cotchin
Premierships: 12 – 1920-21, 1932, 1934, 1943, 1967, 1969, 1973-74, 1980, 2017, 2019
2019 ladder finish: 3rd (premiers)

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Updated Richmond futures betting

2020 Premiership Make Finals Make Top 4 Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
Jan $4 $1.14 $1.53 D Martin $7 J Ross $34 T Lynch $5
Feb $4 $1.14 $1.53 D Martin $7 J Ross $34 T Lynch $5
Mar $4 $1.14 $1.53 D Martin $7 J Ross $34 T Lynch $5
May $5 $1.12 $1.57 D Martin $8 J Ross $34 T Lynch $4.50
Jun $9 $1.33 $2.10 D Martin $13 J Ross $34 T Lynch $7
Jul $10 $1.45 $3 D Martin $26 J Ross $26 T Lynch $13
Aug $5.50 $1.07 $2 D Martin $15 J Ross $41 T Lynch $13

Best Richmond bets for the 2020 AFL season

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Richmond players to watch in 2020

Marlion Pickett AFL bettingMarlion Pickett
Born: 6/1/1992
Games: 1
Goals: 1
Position: Midfielder

Of all the stories that came out of Richmond’s 2019 premiership, the most romantic was Marlion Pickett’s stunning display on debut in the grand final. We cannot wait to see what the 28-year-old West Australian can do in 2020.

Jack Higgins AFL bettingJack Higgins
Born: 19/2/1999
Games: 33
Goals: 24
Position: Forward

Pickett was the feel-good story of 2019, but Higgins will take that mantle this year. The plucky forward underwent emergency brain surgery last July and can expect a rapturous welcome when he returns to senior footy this season.

Shane Edwards AFL bettingShane Edwards
Born: 25/10/1988
Games: 255
Goals: 161
Position: Midfielder

Has any player ever had to work so hard to win the respect of the footy public? Edwards has been instrumental in Richmond’s recent success and is now earning the plaudits he so richly deserves. He is a big-game performer and a genius in the wet.

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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