Get them in:
Stephen Coniglio (MID, $713,000)
Cogs had a lean month which included a missed game and scores of just 69, 76 and 82 in that time while he was hampered with hand and cork injuries. It appears however, he is over it after a brutal display against the Suns where he recorded computer game numbers of 36 possessions, 13 marks, eight tackles and three golas for 192. He is now under priced at $88,000 below his starting price and seemingly back in form with a break even of just 78.
Jack Ziebell (FWD/MID, $613,000)
All eyes were on JZ to see if he would play as a potato in the forward line or a quality onballer under the guidance of new coach Rhyce Shaw. Thankfully for his owners, it was in the middle which also makes him a revevant trade prospect for non owners. While playing predominantly as a midfielder he has scored four out of five hundreds which is impressive for someone with forward status. He is 8% owned and has a BE of 86 leading into an outstanding matchup with the Suns.
Josh Kelly (MID, $806,000)
The running machine consolidated his sport as a top two midfielder with another awesome performance on the weekend, this time at the expense of the Suns. He had 36 possessions and did a bit of everything on his way to recording a season high 140. He hasn’t dropped under 100 this season and has a low score of 113 in his last five games. I love the fact he is only owned by 9% of the competition and he has a break even of 98.
— Adam Roy Davey (@RoyDT) June 4, 2019
Dylan Clarke (MID, $291,000)
Depending on your bye structure, it can be a legitimate strategy to bring in a player who has their bye. This may provide better balance across the latter byes and alos generate money to assist with upgrades. In the case of Clarke, lets face it… We all want a piece and need to do it this week or next. It seems the Bombers are the only ones that didn’t realise he was a gun because we have been waiting an eternity for him to be given a decent do and the Essendon injury list has ensured it has happened. He smashed Patty Cripps while collecting 23 possessions and laying 10 tackles for 109.
Oskar Baker (MID, $254,000)
If you need a downgrade target that is playing this week, Baker is easing into his career nicely with improvements every week. After a slow start on debut, he has really impressed with scores of 72 and 87 against serviceable opponents in the Giants and Crows. He has another tough one on the big stage against the Pies but with a break-even of -19 and form on his side, he is the pick of the bunch.
You… Get the Chop
Angus Brayshaw (MID, $580,000), Rory Sloane (MID, $711,000), Jack Macrae (MID, $675,000), Patrick Cripps (MID, $654,000), Dayne Beams ($611,000), Jack Billings (FWD/MID, $601,000), Isaac Heeney (FWD/MID, 568,000)
Take your pick.
At this stage my trades are Macrae and Hore to Gaff and Baker and hoping to dish off a non playing rookie in a straight swap.
GWS Giants, DEF/MID
Sydney Swans, DEF
West Coast, DEF
In the mix: Houli, Ellis, Shaw
West Coast, MID
GWS Giants, MID
GWS Giants, MID
West Coast, MID
In the mix: Fiorini, Zorko, Cripps
In the mix: Witts
Port Adelaide, MID/FWD
Western Bulldogs, MID/FWD
North Melbourne, MID/FWD
In the mix: Robinson, Mundy