Born Ready rocks it again!
TDA kindly gave me justifications for his 3 AFL multi’s this week so he needs no introduction – I’ll just let him take it away…
1st leg Essendon +26.5pts into
2nd leg G.W.S +45.5pts into
3rd leg St.Kilda +24.5pts into
4th leg Brisbane +5.5pts
$10 @ 11.70
I think Essendon can come in at the line as I am pretty sure it will be wet in Sydney on Friday night.
Hopefully G.W.S can play like they did against the Hawks at the M.C.G earlier in the year. A bit concerned with the Tigers being in good form and being flat track bullies. I think 4 goals start for the Saints against Gold Coast who have not yet won with Ablett is a solid start. I fancy Brisbane but always take a start if you can as it might come down to a kick.
Did the headline grab your attention? THIS WILL HAPPEN – it just makes sense. Anyway, there’s a sh!teload of midpricer value in the back half so for those that have Hibbo take a look. I’ve added the players that were suggested yesterday as well. Looking to this week’s games it’ll be very interesting to see how Freo responds tonight and if the Bombers are as good as their current form suggests – Sydney are good at exposing opposition midfield weakness and if the Don’s delivery to the forward line suffers then so will Jake Carey’s (sorry I meant Carlisle’s) form.
Jake Carlisle $458,400 av. 77.19 (last two scores 188 and 155) – 188 in round 18 with 19 disposals, 12 marks, seven tackles, a hitout and eight goals. I’d advise you to get on board the Carlisle train but coming up against the Swans will test him. I can’t wait to see if the Bombers midfield delivery will be up to scratch against a team as good as Sydney and whether Carlisle will back up his last two brilliant games.
It’s a bumper edition this week after the split round afforded a recharge of the batteries for a strong run into SC finals. Let’s get straight into it:
Jarrad McVeigh $520,000 (-$52,500; Ave 103.5, PTA 104.0, BE 112) Would have disappointed his current owners with an 80, which believe it or not is his lowest score for the entire season! For non-owners, it’s kept his value at essentially the same level as last week, which is a very reasonable price to pay for the 2nd highest averaging defender of 2014.
Corey Enright $454,600 (-$52,200; Ave 87.6, PTA 90.9, BE 38) Boris has been in stellar form in his last two matches, churning out 117 and 118. The sceptical among us will point out that they were against Melbourne and GWS, which is a valid point it must be said. If he could replicate those sorts of figures in finals, you’d be flying, as he’s only in 6.2% of sides.
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Fremantle vs Carlton
Had a thought long and hard about Thursday nights game…there’s not 1 player worth throwing your captaincy on with absolute certainty for this one game; especially being so early in the week. If you are feeling lucky, you could potentially throw the VC tag on a Freo player (at your own peril, of course). There’s really only 2 choices in the team – that being Fyfe or Barlow. Sandi is back from a rest, but too risky to cop either a VC/C tag. If you are thinking high risk/high reward at the beginning of the week, you can bet that Kade Simpson will be kept busy running around in the back line getting plenty of the pill, particularly in the absence of Andy Walker. He’s only projected around 93, but we’ve seen his ability to score very well this year if left unchecked – there’s a fair probability that might happen!