9 thoughts on “Who's Better – Premium Mids”

  1. what does everyone think…??
    T kennely to gilbert that will leave about 200k in the bank
    riolio or ziebell to goodes i have 14 trades left…..

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    1. Yeah thats a good one mate. Definitely go for it, unless you can go Martin > Dal Santo, that’s another viable option.

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  2. anyone see Matt O’Dwyer’s game in the Swans reserves (52 possies), he is one player that is being consider to come in for Kennely, Trent Dennis-Lane (7 goals) ripping form in the reserves this year looks like he might replace Bradshaw for the Swans this week.

    Brad Symes looks likely to come back from injury for Adelaide this week

    anyone going to bring any of these guys in?

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  3. Ok which idea looks better
    looking to strengthing my back and forwards
    they currently sits like this
    DEF-L.Hodge,N.Malceski,H.Taylor,C.Enright,B.Waters,J.Frawley,M.Firrito
    FWD-D.Giansiracusa,S.Higgins,C.Rioli,S.Byrnes,J.Podsiadly,E.Betts,T.Varcoe
    $82,600 in the bank, 10 trades left(4 for injuries/suspensions, and 6 for upgrade/downgrade)

    1.S.Byrnes out, J.Brown in
    2.B.Symes and J.Riewoldt in, M.Firrito and S.Byrnes out (note this opion will only apply if Symes is named.)
    3.B.Symes and B.McKinely/J.Watts in, M.Firrito and C.Rioli out

    I have got ROK already so cannot bring him in.

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  4. 1. Stay away from Symes and McKinley;
    2. This is the time of the season to upgrade to premiums hence (1);
    3. Byrnes out is good as he’s now got competition from Stokes, Varcoe;
    4. Need to be patient on JB ie: wait ’till after the bye and Vossy will probably rest him in the Tigers game the week before giving him 3 weeks off. This will be perfect time to bring him in at rock bottom price;
    5. Jumpin’ Jack (theotherreiwoldt) plays for Richmond and will not play against an understrength defence every week so swtay away; and
    6. Rioli/ROK etc will probably come good as history suggests.

    Trades are gold at this stage of the season and should be used as downgrades to fund premiem keeper upgrades with enough left to cover LTIs.
    Without knowing your mids its hard but I suggest you look at bringing in Goodes for Byrnes as ROK is obviously in the midfield and will provide MPP coverage for injury without having to burn a trade in the important part of the season.
    Sorry for the longwinded diatribe!

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9 thoughts on “Who’s Better – Premium Mids”

  1. what does everyone think…??
    T kennely to gilbert that will leave about 200k in the bank
    riolio or ziebell to goodes i have 14 trades left…..

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  2. anyone see Matt O’Dwyer’s game in the Swans reserves (52 possies), he is one player that is being consider to come in for Kennely, Trent Dennis-Lane (7 goals) ripping form in the reserves this year looks like he might replace Bradshaw for the Swans this week.

    Brad Symes looks likely to come back from injury for Adelaide this week

    anyone going to bring any of these guys in?

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  3. Ok which idea looks better
    looking to strengthing my back and forwards
    they currently sits like this
    DEF-L.Hodge,N.Malceski,H.Taylor,C.Enright,B.Waters,J.Frawley,M.Firrito
    FWD-D.Giansiracusa,S.Higgins,C.Rioli,S.Byrnes,J.Podsiadly,E.Betts,T.Varcoe
    $82,600 in the bank, 10 trades left(4 for injuries/suspensions, and 6 for upgrade/downgrade)

    1.S.Byrnes out, J.Brown in
    2.B.Symes and J.Riewoldt in, M.Firrito and S.Byrnes out (note this opion will only apply if Symes is named.)
    3.B.Symes and B.McKinely/J.Watts in, M.Firrito and C.Rioli out

    I have got ROK already so cannot bring him in.

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  4. 1. Stay away from Symes and McKinley;
    2. This is the time of the season to upgrade to premiums hence (1);
    3. Byrnes out is good as he’s now got competition from Stokes, Varcoe;
    4. Need to be patient on JB ie: wait ’till after the bye and Vossy will probably rest him in the Tigers game the week before giving him 3 weeks off. This will be perfect time to bring him in at rock bottom price;
    5. Jumpin’ Jack (theotherreiwoldt) plays for Richmond and will not play against an understrength defence every week so swtay away; and
    6. Rioli/ROK etc will probably come good as history suggests.

    Trades are gold at this stage of the season and should be used as downgrades to fund premiem keeper upgrades with enough left to cover LTIs.
    Without knowing your mids its hard but I suggest you look at bringing in Goodes for Byrnes as ROK is obviously in the midfield and will provide MPP coverage for injury without having to burn a trade in the important part of the season.
    Sorry for the longwinded diatribe!

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