Breaking Even – Rd7

Written by Schwarzwalder on April 29 2019

A popular feature at SCT, we’ve shortlisted the most SC-relevant players for you as a handy guide (mainly those owned by 3% of teams or more, with a few exceptions).

For the Supercoach newbies out there, the Breakeven is the score needed by each player to hold his price.  If they score above that Breakeven value, their $$ value will rise.  If they score below that Breakeven point, they will lose value.  Sorry if I’ve overlooked something.  Be sure to let me know in the Comments below and I’ll update it as soon as I can.  If you have any questions about Breakevens, don’t hesitate to ask in the Forum and I’m sure our friendly SCT Community will help out.

 

LAST NAME, First Name (TEAM) (Price, Average): BE

All MID DPPs are listed under def/fwd/ruck (as appropriate)

DEF-FWD DPPs are listed as defs

RUCK DPPs are listed as rucks

 

 

PREMIUM DEFENDERS ($500k+)

 

SICILY, James (HAW)($564 300, 107): 84

LAIRD, Rory (ADE) ($531 200, 100): 92

HURN, Shannon (WCE)($586 000, 114): 101

RYAN, Luke (FRE)($529 300, 102): 113

STEWART, Tom (GEE)($519 600, 104): 126

LLOYD, Jake (SYD)($601 700, 119): 132

WHITFIELD, Lachie (GWS)($575 200, 108): 204

 

 

MIDPRICE DEFENDERS ($300K-$500K)

 

ROZEE, Connor (PTA)(DEF/FWD)($343 500, 81): 33

WILKIE, Callum (STK)($307 100, 69): 40

WILLIAMS, Zac (GWS)($439 700, 92): 44

RIDLEY, Jordan (ESS)($300 000, 68): 46

SMITH, Brodie (ADE)($445 200, 94: 46

MOORE, Darcy (COL)(DEF/FWD)($347 500, 78): 46

SCRIMSHAW, Jack (HAW)($314 500, 70): 58

RICH, Daniel (BRL)($482 500, 103): 66

COLLINS, Sam (GCS)($311 600, 65): 70

SHAW, Heath (GWS) ($408 100, 76): 73

CRISP, Jack (COL)($462 800, 88): 74

McGOVERN, Jeremy (WCE)($433 100, 88): 76

McGRATH, Andrew (ESS)(DEF/MID)($389 300, 75): 77

ANDREWS, Harris (BRL)($418 000, 81): 83

MILLS, Callum (SYD)($392 100, 73): 95

NEWMAN, Nic (CAR)($415 100, 87): 101

WITHERDEN, Alex (BRL)($449 000, 85): 107

HOWE, Jeremy (COL)($437 500, 84): 116

SIMPSON, Kade (CAR) ($458 900, 75): 140

 

 

BUDGET / ROOKIE DEFENDERS (<$300K, * = two games played)

 

ROTHAM, Josh * (WCE)($123 900, 77): -82

HORE, Marty (MEL)($264 500, 82): -28

YOUNG, Lachlan * (WBD)($120 400, 47): -24

PATON, Ben (STK)($281 000, 78): -20

LOCKHART, Jay (MEL)(DEF/MID)($133 200, 43): -19

DUURSMA, Xavier (PTA)(DEF/MID)($297 100, 72): 25

CLARK, Jordan (GEE)($240 900, 59): 43

BURGESS, Christopher (GCS)(DEF/FWD)($172 100, 38): 44

 

 

PREMIUM MIDFIELDERS ($500K+)

PENDLEBURY, Scott (COL) ($513 400, 103): 58

TRELOAR, Adam (COL)($570 400, 112): 69

FYFE, Nat (FRE) ($564 000, 114): 90

TARANTO, Tim (GWS)($510 500, 103): 94

SHIEL, Dylan (ESS)($535 300, 106): 98

YEO, Elliot (WCE)($519 900, 93): 100

CROUCH, Matt (ADE)($542 800, 109): 104

CONIGLIO, Stephen (GWS) ($535 900, 103): 105

OLIVER, Clayton (MEL) ($550 100, 101): 107

BRAYSHAW, Angus (MEL)($505 300, 98): 116

SLOANE, Rory (ADE)($515 800, 106): 118

BEAMS, Dayne (COL)($508 300, 92): 128

KELLY, Josh (GWS)($585 700, 106): 128

MERRETT, Zach (ESS)($615 800, 112): 134

BONTEMPELLI, Marcus (WBD) ($585 500, 118): 142

GAFF, Andrew (WCE)($545 900, 95): 145

NEALE, Lachie (BRL) ($675 200, 136): 160

MACRAE, Jack (WBD)($614 300, 115): 175

CRIPPS, Patrick (CAR) ($684 500, 129): 195

 

 

MIDPRICE MIDFIELDERS ($300K – $500K)

 

SMITH, Bailey (WBD)($326 200, 70): 29

CONSTABLE, Charlie (GEE)($303 000, 81): 37

DAVIES-UNIACKE, Luke (NTH)($305 000, 73): 62

WALSH, Sam (CAR)($443 600, 96): 67

MILES, Anthony (GCS)($360 400, 77): 72

COUSINS, James (HAW)($303 100, 68): 72

SELWOOD, Joel (GEE) ($465 700, 87): 75

MARTIN, Dustin (RIC) ($482 600, 88): 77

O’MEARA, Jaeger (HAW)($495 400, 101): 79

CROUCH, Brad (ADE)($466 500, 95): 86

ZORKO, Dayne (BRL) ($457 700, 88): 97

ROCKLIFF, Tom (PTA) ($480 900, 103): 100

SHEED, Dom (WCE)($420 100, 93): 106

LIBERATORE, Tom (WBD)($488 200, 105): 115

 

 

BUDGET/ ROOKIE MIDFIELDERS (<$300K, * = two games played)

 

HAYES, Will * (WBD)($117 300, 63): -57

ROSS, Jack (RIC)($191 500, 78): -35

SPARROW, Tom * (MEL)($117 300, 48): -27

STACK, Sydney (RIC)($218 200, 75): -25

GIBBONS, Michael (CAR)($233 200, 53): -19

ROWBOTTOM, James * (SYD)($117 300, 39): -10

SCOTT, Bailey (NTH)($172 800, 54): 12

ATKINS, Tom (GEE)($232 500, 54): 25

WAGNER, Corey (MEL)($199 700, 55): 25

BUTTERS, Zac (PTA)($252 400, 62): 27

JONES, Chayce (ADE)($180 900, 37): 56

 

 

RUCKS

 

CLARKE, Zac * (ESS)($142 600, 57): -30

O’BRIEN, Reilly (ADE)($278 800, 87): -16

PHILLIPS, Andrew * (CAR)($278 800, 89): -14

MUMFORD, Shane (GWS)($409 000, 100): 41

MCEVOY, Ben (HAW)($544 400, 107): 84

WITTS, Jarrod (GCS)($472 800, 89): 91

GAWN, Max (MEL) ($645 200, 119): 104

GOLDSTEIN, Todd (NTH)($531 800, 98): 114

MARTIN, Stefan (BRL) ($494 600, 90): 132

NANKERVIS, Toby (RIC)($434 900, 82): 142

GRUNDY, Brodie (COL)($684 500, 124): 165

 

 

PREMIUM FORWARDS (>$500K)

 

WALTERS, Michael (FRE)(FWD/MID)($524 500, 101): 84

MUNDY, David (FRE)(FWD/MID) ($536 000, 95): 107

BILLINGS, Jack (STK)($501 700, 97): 118

BOAK, Travis (PTA)(FWD/MID) ($588 600, 123): 118

DANGERFIELD, Patrick (GEE)(FWD/MID)($584 900, 111): 119

HEENEY, Isaac (SYD)(FWD/MID) ($547 800, 99): 147

 

 

MIDPRICED FORWARDS $300K– $500K

 

KELLY, Tim (GEE)(FWD/MID)($476 700, 96): 62

WESTHOFF, Justin (PTA)(FWD/RUCK)($383 100, 74): 64

McCARTHY, Lincoln (BRL)($285 600, 66): 67

DUNKLEY, Josh (WBD)(FWD/MID)($454 500, 86): 76

WORPEL, James (HAW)(FWD/MID)($445 200, 93): 76

MARSHALL, Rowan (STK)($426 100, 99): 78

DANIEL, Caleb (WBD)($486 100, 103): 81

DE GOEY, Jordan (COL)($478 600, 89): 82

DAHLHAUS, Luke (GEE)(FWD/MID)($417 400, 87): 83

McLEAN, Toby (WBD)(FWD/MID)($410 400, 77): 84

LYCETT, Scott (PTA)(FWD/RUCK)($431 600, 87): 95

FRANKLIN, Lance (SYD)($435 400, 70): 96

LOBB, Rory (FRE)(FWD/RUCK)($434 900, 83): 97

GUNSTON, Jack (HAW)($408 500, 77): 110

MENEGOLA, Sam (GEE)($425 500, 79): 113

CURNOW, Charlie (CAR) ($363 800, 40): 136

GRAY, Robbie (PTA)(FWD/MID) ($419 400, 77): 145

SMITH, Devon (ESS)(FWD/MID)($442 200, 70): 164

DARLING, Jack (WCE)($338 600, 56): 166

 

 

BUDGET / ROOKIE FORWARDS (<$300K, * = two games played)

 

BOLTON, Shai * (RIC)($146 600, 67): -48

BAKER, Liam (RIC)($237 700, 87): -33

LEWIS, Mitch * (HAW)($149 000, 59): -31

PETRUCELLE, Jack (WCE)($249 400, 57): -3

BALTA, Noah (RIC)($138 800, 29): 1

DREW, Willem (PTA)(FWD/MID)($293 700, 76): 4

MIERS, Gryan (GEE)($299 400, 70): 6

BRANDER, Jarrod * (WCE)($135 700, 35): 9

PARKER, Matthew (STK)($225 100, 62): 17

SETTERFIELD, Will (CAR)(FWD/MID)($193 600, 53): 22

BLAKEY, Nick (SYD)($198 700, 41): 56

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35 thoughts on “Breaking Even – Rd7”

  1. giving serious thought to trading macrae to fyfe now that bevo has seen fit to play macrae in the fwd line the last 2 weeks , serious price drops coming

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      1. Madness…? THIS IS SUPERCOACH!

        But yes jokes aside this is not a good idea….seems SC produces all sorts of mad ideas.

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        1. Strange logic. If you’ve got Bines on your forward bench, you could do Gawn to a forward premo (or a Mid/Def option if you have more DPP’s to chain). If you don’t have Bines, you’re needing to trade Gawn down to a non-playing ruck rookie, and then using the money to upgrade another position (because sitting on a $500k bank would be monumentally insane).

          Gawn + rookie.
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          O’Brien + Premo.

          And you’re down either one or two trades. Then at least one more to bring Gawn back in later (which is still going to cost you $250k minimum, possible more).

          You gain 25 points per week with ROB over another rookie. But does the premo you replace Gawn with cost you part of that gain? What if they average 15 points less than Gawn? Then you’re down either two or three trades for a net gain of 10 points per week for however long (call it a month before Sauce comes back in and you need to ditch ROB. Even if the premo option matches Gawn, you’re up maybe 100 points total. For 2-3 trades.

          Cannot see any way this plan would be worth your while.

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          1. Yeh I have vines fwd
            Was thinking Gawn roh & then Boak into the fwd line
            Bring back the best ruck @ the byes with roh & a 150-200k rookie
            Will cost me 3 upgrades to effectively get boak
            Would cost me that anyway

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            1. Ran the numbers.

              Gawn to Boak = +$55,000
              O’Brien (@$400k) to Gawn (@$645k) = -$245,000
              Shortfall = $190,000

              So your third trade needs to get you $190k to cover the trade back up to Gawn.

              Alternatively.

              Keep Gawn.
              O’Brien (@$400k) to Boak (@600k) = -$200,000

              If we assume Boak and Gawn will continue to score similarly, then you’re gaining 20-30pts per week for a month, with O’Brien over a forward rookie, but it costs you an extra trade. Is a trade worth 100-120 points? I don’t think it is.

              Like that you’re trying to be aggressive, PJ, but this one feels like a miss to me.

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      1. Iv used 6 trades in 6 rounds
        Hardly running out
        2 promo downgrades already
        My rooks arn’t ready to cull yet except for butters 2 weeks ago
        To me every player is just a $ figure
        They’re all tradable for profit

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        1. I hear you. And agree to an extent, sell high and buy cheap, but having Grawndy and considering messing with that is clearly not the way to go. Enjoy watching ROB go up another $50k this week, and 40 the week after and …

          I have enough problems on other lines. It’s a blessing and reassuring having one line that is ‘settled & forgotten’. For now!

          I didn’t see the doggies this week but if Macrae really is playing up FWD, I can see why you’re tempted given potential future losses. And Fyfe is nicely priced. Not an approach I’d take, but if it were to continue for the remainder of the season (unlikely given Mr Magnets history), it’d be a masterstroke as you most likely won’t want to buy him back. That is a very unlikely scenario though, you have to agree surely?

          As Schwarz says below, get your upgrades done, then start tinkering!

          Good luck whatever you decide! 🙂

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    1. Hey PJ,
      Call me old fashioned, but upgrading your rookies to premiums faster than your opposition seems a better move than these luxury trades you’re suggesting. I’d only start trying those sort of moves once I had a “full team”

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        1. I like your thinking PJ, but I cannot stop thinking of the madness about the reasoning. Then again, Madness is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different outcome.
          So If you are planning to have a full premo early, how do you generate the cash? the cash cow are surely not mature right?

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        2. Nothing wrong with thinking outside the box, that’s what this Forum is here for 😉 In the end, you do what you think is best for your team. Good luck PJ!

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        3. Think it’s more about gambling with your upgrade targets that will see you rise in the rankings.

          Eg FWD upgrades:
          Rather than going for Daniel and Boak say, like everyone else, and picking two of say Cameron, Marshall, Greene and Daniher and them paying off in spades is what will set you apart from the pack. NOT side-trading a premo cos he had a sh1t week!

          Didn’t trade Heeney out > happy
          Didn’t trade Dunkley out > happy
          Didn’t trade Williams or BSmith out > happy

          Got a hunch on a pod upgrade? Go for it and good luck!

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  2. Toby Greene?
    I know he hasn’t set the place on fire in his two games so far but a low Be of 49. High risk high reward but he’s a bargain top 6 fwd if he gets back to his best right?

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  3. If Whitfield pulls up alright and doesn’t miss any games he’ll come in nicely for Duursma in a couple of weeks.

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      1. Backline always kills me to get right
        Always end up compromising
        I Usually aim for 3 best promos & the rest scoring over 80 each week

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      2. Am struggling with the backline big time.
        No rookies to bring in is killing me.
        Now stuck with Collins, burgess and Clarke.
        I see your point about rich and crisp.

        Could fork out for Lloyd but will come at the expense of the mids.
        I’m also sitting on Scott, Atkins and Setterfield.

        2 weeks of missing the Richmond bubble boys was a mistake and has set me back.
        Was aiming for Hately and didn’t see him getting dropped.

        Going Fyfe instead of Lloyd leaves me some play money to move on more rookies next week.
        Hoping Hately gets named this week cause I’m not likely the chance of any def downgrades at this stage

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      3. I hear you Willy.

        I must point out though, It this stage its more about how much they score from here on out.

        Rich may only average 100 and still finish just outside the top 6

        He did it last year.

        Crisp over Rich for me.

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        1. Sorry.

          Half my post went missing.

          Crisp could Ave 100+

          Rich could Ave <90.

          Overall rankings mean little, It's what they score from here!

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  4. Joe Daniher at $277,800 and BE of 23.
    He might make some decent $$ or eventually become F7. T/u
    This is a crazy stupid idea. T/d

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