The AFL's Coleman medal for leading goalkicker is set to be won with the lowest tally in more than half a century.
North Melbourne's Ben Brown leads the sharpshooter's medal with 54 goals with three rounds remaining.
Should Brown or his rivals not reach 65 goals in the home-and-away season, it will be the fewest goals to win a Coleman Medal since Hawthorn's John Peck collected the gong with a total of 56 majors in 1965.
Since then, a total of 65 or more goals has been needed to claim the Coleman.
Richmond's Jack Riewoldt took the medal with 65 goals in 2012 - the lowest tally to win the award since Peck in 1965.
Riewoldt is among a pack of forwards currently chasing North's Brown - Lance Franklin (50 goals), Tom Hawkins (49), Luke Breust (48) and Riewoldt (48) and Jesse Hogan (46) remain chances for the annual goalkicking award.
COLEMAN MEDAL FACTS:
* First awarded in 1955, the medallist is decided from home-and-away rounds only - not finals
* Smallest totals to win the medal: 54 goals (Tom Carroll, 1961); 56 goals (Bill Young, 1956, John Peck 1965)
* Largest totals to win: 146 goals (Peter Hudson, 1970); 140 goals (Hudson, 1971; 139 goals (Jason Dunstall, 1992).
* Not since Lance Franklin's 108 goals in 2008 has the Coleman winner kicked 100 or more goals
* Past five winners: Franklin (69 goals, 2017); Josh Kennedy (80 goals, 2016); Kennedy (75 goals, 2015), Franklin (67 goals, 2014), Jarryd Roughead (68 goals, 2013).