This is the final Bye Round edition of the Fallen Premiums for the year. Can’t wait to get back to the real stuff next week with a full crop of premiums to mull over.
Bachar Houli $486,200 (+$38,800; AVE 103.09, BE 74, PTA 97.2) Houli was one of the better performers in the Tigers’ loss to the hands of the Eagles on Friday night. 117 and 97 in his last two matches has his price poised to rise back into $500k+ territory to align with the 100+ average he’s been marauding this season.
Brodie Smith $317,300 (-$185,500; AVE 75.44, BE 51, PTA 63.4) It’s such a ridiculous price for a player of Brodie’s calibre that you simply have to keep a close eye on him. A 68 against the Hawks will not entice many, but as a straight swap for the likes of Kamdyn McIntosh, he would make a handy D6/7 if you can spare the trade.
Dyson Heppell $534,800 (-$37,000; AVE 109.09, BE 83, PTA 106.8) Dyson registered his 2nd best score for the year with an impressive 129 just before the bye. With an average of just below 110, he’s no doubt unders at this price.
Lachie Neale $533,200 (+$64,300; AVE 111.18, BE 104, PTA 106.6) This pre-season bolter continued his form superbly into the regular season, dropping just two poor games all year (45, 67). The other 9 games make up an average of 123.4! This is the cheapest he’s been since R4.
Rory Sloane $483,500 (-$133,400; AVE 104.25, BE 74, PTA 96.6) We saw him justify himself as an ideal Fallen Premium last Thursday with a 117. His price remains the same as last week, and you’ve got the added security of seeing some form before you purchase.
Sam Jacobs $519,000 (-$101,100; AVE 100.27, BE 94, PTA 103.8) Pretty poor with just 80 points against the Hawks, but there’s not much else to get excited about under $550k. If you’re in the market for a ruckman, it looks like you’re better off spending the big bucks and targeting a Goldstein, Martin, Blicavs type.
Dayne Zorko $424,300 (-$107,600; AVE 84.82, BE 66, PTA 84.8) He’s been hanging around this list like a librarian, silently going under the radar as he chalks up three consecutive scores in the 90s. Still cheap.
Marcus Bontempelli $417,300 (-$5,000; AVE 96.00, BE 70, PTA 83.4) The Bont was hot property after R2, with every man and his dog snapping up the highly touted big bodied midfielder. He’s just reached his lowest price for the year, so if you missed him initially, or traded him out upon injury, it may be time to consider running the glasses over him again.Sorry, there are no polls available at the moment.
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