#1. Todd Goldstein (v Carl: 131, 97, 93, 111, 52; Form: 127, 221, 140) No one is knocking big Todd off the mantle for best captaincy option for the meantime. He just keeps on keeping on in the monstrous scoring department with a 140 last weekend. Carlton have brought in Cameron Wood to work in tandem with Matthew Kreuzer to combat his dominance. The Saturday night fixture gives you the flexibility to make him VC or C.
#2. Matt Priddis (v GC: 196, 100, 128, 117, 117; Form: 135, 98, 125) Breaking all sorts of records earlier this season, the 2014 Brownlow Medallist demolished the Suns in a display that yielded 196 points. With a consistently solid history against the men from Metricon, he’s a prime captaincy candidate if you don’t have Goldstein or are looking for a POD.
#3. Patrick Dangerfield (v Syd: 99, 98, 122, 63, 98; Form: 127, 121, 151) Dangermouse is in terrific form, averaging nearly 140 from his last three games. Finding it tough against the Swans in recent times. Playing the game before Goldy and Priddis, you can squeeze him in as VC if you’re on your toes Saturday evening.
#4. Luke Hodge (v Rich: 124, 63, 149, 155, 111; Form: 140, 110, 165) Hodge has the Friday night fixture again, showing his class in the same timeslot last week with 140 points. Those who VC’d him, will likely opt for the same strategy here. He stacks up well against the Tigers too.
#5. Scott Pendlebury (v Melb: 114, 112, 132, 129, 123; Form: 108, 110, 106) For spot number five Pendles was challenging the likes of Steele Sidebottom and David Mundy. The latter two have been in better recent form, but perennial class still plays a massive role in captaincy calls and as the third highest scoring player in 2015, he gets the nod. The Pies skipper enjoys giving the Dees a touch up, averaging 120 in his last seven.Sorry, there are no polls available at the moment.
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