Moneyball’s $5000 Sunday Funday
Why not top off a great Sunday with a bit of Sunday Funday action and get your hands on some of the $5K prize pool! Roy gives you a foot up with some sneaky tips.
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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
Dees v Lions
Saints v Roos
Dockers v Tigers
Cam Pedersen (FWD, $6,700) After 5 straight games with 65 or less…Pedo busted out a huge 125 last week (26d, 8m, 6t, 2g) playing as Gawn’s back-up again. Brisbane Backline Rule is the only time I’ll recommend a back-up ruck, as Pedersen is a great chance to snag multiple goals while scoring in a flurry when he get’s moved onto the ball.
Tom Rockliff (MID, $8,700) 123 last week was his first ton since Round 8. The silver lining for Rocky (only averaging 83 ppg between last week and R8) is that his price has dropped to $8,700, so…
Do we think he can ton up this week?
Melbourne have conceded the 5th most points over the past 5 week, plus…
Rocky’s last 7 scores vs Demons: 134, 130, 119, 125, 120, 110, 111 (121 avg).
Jack Billings (FWD, $8,700) North have conceded more tons than any other side this year… Billings has a great ceiling, going over 110 on 7 occasions this season. He had 105 against North earlier this year and is in ripping form with 119 and 135 in his last two, winning 25+ touches in those games.
Alex Neale-Bullen (MID, $6,900) has been in awesome form and basically picks himself at this price in a favorable match up. He has scores of 100 and 112 in his last two in a MID/FWD rotation and will only benefit from the absence of Jack Viney, potentially providing more time in the middle.
Luke Dunstan (MID, $8,200) Has been getting plenty of midfield time of late and that is being reflected in his career best scoring of 107, 116, 100 and 110 in last 4. The Roos mids give up plenty of points and he is a huge bargain if he continues the trend and reaches triple figures again for that price.
My shout team!
Dion Prestia (MID, $7,600) With scores of 125 and 117 in the past fortnight, Prestia looks like he’s finally fit. As I said last week, when he gets to 28 touches he performs: 103, 137, 126 and 117 are what he’s produced when he finds the pill – his only 4 tons for the year. Additionally, Freo have overtaken Hawks as the easiest side the score against this year. Bargain.