Ollie Wines hasn’t quite lived up to his early Supercoach hype, mainly due to his high level of clangers. As in 2016, Wines has been getting by with an average around the 100 mark. His last three weeks have produced a 78, 93 & 76. Should he be seen as a luxury trade out option for the last three weeks of the year?
Jake Lloyd was averaging about 100pts before being concussed early in Rd10 and stuck on 4pts. He was a popular trade-in after the inevitable price drop but has struggled in recent times since McVeigh returned to the Swans line-up. Is the 76avg from his last three games (plus a late withdrawal in another) reason enough to keep Lloyd?
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