The Fallen Premiums R12

Written by MJ on June 15 2017


No Fallen Premiums of note this week. Wait to pick up Jake Lloyd after R13, who should be less than $420K with an average just shy of 100 exluding his concussion match.


Joel Selwood $586K (-$20.2K) AVE 116.0, BE 43 – Much like his brother Scott, Joel has been running rampant the last few weeks, collecting points with ease. 126, 134 and 151 before the bye sees him in season-best form and still under his season start price.

Trent Cotchin $526K (-$20.1K) AVE 108.4, BE 50 – The Richmond skipper has been extremely consistent this season, with a low of 89 points in R8, with attention turning towards Dustin Martin most weeks. Cotch notched up 131 in the win over North Melbourne before the bye and now has a BE of just 50.


No huge standouts this week. Stefan Martin $510K, may be found for less than $500K next week, as will Brodie Grundy $496K after his bye.


Pick me, pick me!

Elliot Yeo $515K (+$106K) AVE 107.8, BE 97 – There’s a sense of deja vu here for a few of us who will be wary of Yeo’s ability to apply grade three burns to coaches who decide to bring him into their side mid-season. The numbers don’t lie though, Yeo has been the best forward in 2017 thus far. A dip in price due to the off game of 71 two games ago, sees him very affordable when taking into account his average.

Luke Dahlhaus $474K (-$46.1K) AVE 99.8, BE 101 – If you’re one of the few without him, you’d be nervous not having a man of his quality for the back half of the season. Now is the time to jump on after a 103 last week.

Tom J. Lynch $446K (-$60.9K) AVE 91.6, BE 69 – Rewarded those of us who bought him last week with 103 v Hawthorn. Carlton, St.Kilda, North, Sydney and Collingwood presents the Suns with a run of games against sides outside the top 8, which Lynch could capitalise on with bags of goals up his sleeve.


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3 thoughts on “The Fallen Premiums R12”

    1. Depends on if the scoring less than 130 for 18 possessions is just an aberration or an attack of common sense from CD.



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