Scott Pendlebury ($634,800, 129.17, 100) – Yes he jumped up $21k last week after he got that 62 against the Blues out of his calculations but he’s still pretty cheap. Buy!
Dane Swan ($636,800, 119, 94) – The 180 he scored against the Dons is still pumping up his price. I’d hold off if you’re thinking about bringing him in.
Rory Sloane ($528,400, 110.17, 74) – In the last 3 weeks has scored 125, 121 and 125. Starting to deliver on the promise of his potential. Cheap.
Ben Cunnington ($395,600, 86.17, 24) – You’d be rapt if you’d selected him before R4 because since then he’s gone 98, 105 and 111. Jumped up $45k last week and is only in 6,876 teams.
Toby Greene ($299,700, 84, -13) – Yes he’s already gone up $153k but he’s still got further to go as evidenced by his negative BE. And on the basis of his scores over the last 2 weeks (96 and 99) he might even be a keeper.
Sam Lonergan ($400,200, 88.75, 0) – I like to throw a left-of-centre bloke into the midpricers. Someone that’s been performing well that you’ve probably overlooked. Sammy Lon is this week’s midfield LOC MP pick. Last 2 games: 101 & 142. Good run of opponents coming up too once the WC game is out the way.
You’re already well aware of Kyal Horsley so here are some others that caught my eye.
Jesse Stringer ($166,800, 63.33, -50) – Shot up $53k last week on the back of his 2nd game 87. Still scored 64 in his 3rd.
Jack Crisp ($147,900, 59.33, -30) – Also played his 3rd game on the weekend and eased out a 72 – his highest score so far.
James McDonald ($247,200, 85.25, -13) – Like T Greene above, he’s already shot up $140k but that doesn’t mean the ship has sailed. Super average for a $250k player.
Keep an eye on Liam Sumner ($151,600) too – he scored 92 in his first game against the Blues on Sunday.