Moneyball’s $4,000 Sunday Special: Rd 21
Roy has a look at his favourite picks from Moneyball’s $4000 Sunday Special. Make sure you enter the free competition to win an AFL Grand Final package.
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Roos v Dogs (1.10 pm)
Dees v Swans
Dockers v Blues
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Todd Goldstein ($8,500 RUC) The rejuvenated big man will take full advantage of the Dogs lack of ruck prospects, as the rest of the competition has with the Dogs conceding the most hit outs of any team this year with 49 per game. He scored 118 on them in round 14 with 42 hit out and I think he might go bigger.
Max Gawn ($9,600 RUC) the flex is in play in the ruck department, once again assisted by a favourable match up. Providing Max is good to go, he should have a field day against the Swans who easily concede the most points to rucks over the last five weeks with 113 per game including 150, 132, 125 and 131 in that time.
Patrick Cripps ($10,300 MID) is in beast mode at the moment and if you plan on watching this game, you will want to have Crippa so you can enjoy it. The contested ball winning machine is carrying a low score of 116 over the last month and is averaging an impressive nine tackles over the last three weeks. The Dockers are giving up a heap of points to opposition mids and although Banfield will likely have a try at slowing him, I don’t think he can.
Kade Simpson ($8,700 DEF) has lacked consistency of late but I think he bounces back hard today, taking full advantage of a Docker forward line that concede the most points to small/medium defenders this year. Simmo has already scored 111 on them this year and they are one of his favourite teams with and average of 105 in his last seven.
Jack Macrae ($10,000 MID) is the safe bet of the day, averaging 113 since returning from injury with three scores over 112. The match up box is also ticked here with scores of 116, 114, 102 and 137 in his last four against the Roos. He is Mr reliable, so if you can squeeze him him, do it with confidence.
Josh Dunkley ($8,300 FWD) is my boy at the moment and given his form, price and forward status, that is set to continue. He is the highest averaging forward over the last six weeks with 111 on the back of being the second best tackler in the league during that time. He is playing as a pure mid and I can’t see why he won’t reach triple figures again today.