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SYDNEY Swans pair Josh Kennedy and Lance Franklin have been the big movers in the lead-up to Monday night's Brownlow Medal, with Kennedy now third favourite behind Joel Selwood and Gary Ablett.

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The Swans midfielder is rated a $6 chance with after starting the day at $10, overtaking Robbie Gray ($7) and Jordan Lewis ($9).
Franklin, meanwhile, has been wound in from $21 on Monday morning to $15.
Midfielder Luke Parker, who produced an outstanding performance in the Swans' preliminary final win on Friday night, has moved from $81 to $41 on Monday.
Ablett and Selwood have attracted a lot of late money, with one punter placing a $10,000 bet on Ablett to finish in the top five at $1.23.
Another placed $4,500 on Selwood to win the Brownlow Medal at $2.50.
Ablett eased from $3.50 to $4 late on Monday and will start behind favourite Selwood ($2.50).
Port Adelaide star Gray, who took out the AFLCA player of the year award, also eased from $6 to $7 on Monday. The crafty half-forward started the season at $501 odds.
One of Monday's other big bets with was a $10,000 plunge on Selwood to finish in the top five at $1.15.
Another punter placed $1,000 on Western Bulldogs youngster Jackson Macrae to finish in the top five at $51.
Richmond captain Trent Cotchin attracted a $1,000 bet to win the Brownlow at $34.