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POOL $5,000 with $650 for 1st, 2nd receives $310 and so on right down to $34.18 for players in 89th place.
Starts: Sunday 1.10 pm
Tigers v Lions
Blues v Dogs
Eagles v Dockers
Kane Lambert (FWD, 8,300) Has been in the Tigers top six scorers every week since the bye while averaging 120 in his last three. He is a full time mid now and a bargain for this price, especially as a forward.
Dayne Beams (MID, $8,600) is averaging just 45 in his last three due to injury, prior to that he was averaging 135 over three. He came back early from injury last week and will be better for the run leading into a matchup with the Tigers who he has good history. A bargain price for a gun with a high ceiling.
Sam Kerridge (MID, $7,400) Is making the most of his move to the midfield in the absence of Curnow and now Cripps. He has scores of 107 and 111 in his last two and the Dogs gave up 8 tons to the Crows last week. Too cheap to ignore in the high scoring Blues midfield.
Matthew Kreuzer (RUC, $9,900) Is the form big man of the competition, averaging 122 over his last seven, a streak match by only two ruckman in the past. He is coming up against the Dogs who give up the fourth most points to opposition big men. Bargain.
Michael Walters (FWD, $8,600) is the fourth ranked player on average over the last three week behind superstars Danger, Doc and Tich. He started the year averaging 52 as a forward but since playing as a mid between rounds 7-16 he has gone at 104. Lock and load.
My shout team!
Sean Darcy (RUC, $4,200) Make use of the Flex and put this big kid in your team with Kreuz. He is the bargain play on the slate, averaging 92 and 36 hit outs over the last three weeks and he comes up against the Eagles who are losing hit outs 104-65 in the last two weeks. He is a must have.