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Players your team needs
By now, everyone should be looking to be full premium, or at least close to. The difficult thing at the moment is the lack of decent rookie options in recent weeks to help build the cash required to land a big fish. Instead we may need to look at a few cheaper options to save cash and trades.
There are a few fallen premiums down back such as Luke Ryan and James Sicily that aren’t quite ready to be snapped up as their high breakeven’s suggest they are set to fall further. If you can’t wait though, there are still plenty to chose from with the likes of Hamish Hartlett, Callum Mills, Christian Salem and Jack Crisp are in form and provide excellent value.
In the middle it’s a little harder to find any solid options to bring into your side this week with Dylan Shiel, Jacob Hopper and Jack Redden the best options, but none of them should get a look in to your side.
Up forward is similar to defenders where there are plenty of options with high breakeven’s that will be perfect to be snapped up in a few weeks while Isaac Heeney is the only one who is ready to go now as he is set to rise in price over the coming weeks.
- Isaac Heeney (Fwd/Mid; $467,900; and 36.7% ownership)
- Jack Crisp (Def; $457,500; and 7.6%)
- Christian Salem (Def; $466,600; and 4.0%)
If you have them, keep them.
At this stage of the season, these players are looking to be held as a D6/M8/F6 option, especially for those who are running short of trades and have rookies on the field. Players including Darcy Parish, Jack Redden, Dion Prestia, Sam Petrevski-Seton, Jacob Hopper and Daniel Rich are doing enough to hang onto with the hopes of upgrading later on.
Joining ‘Bite the Bullet’ and ‘Chopping Block’ together – a lot of tough calls.
Besides those impacted by injury like Tom Bellchambers, Callum Sinclair and Charlie Curnow, there are concerns over players like Jaeger O’Meara, Ollie Wines and Brodie Smith as they continue to underperform and need to be traded out to strengthen your sides heading towards the league finals.
Good luck coaches and let me know your thoughts.
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