Roy’s Rd. 12 Tips For Moneyball’s $100,000 Saturday Special
Roy gives you some hot tips for today’s $100,000 Moneyball Special
Hey team, Moneyball are now offering the largest AFL prize pools in Australia giving us Fantasy fans another way to play the game we love, even after using our two trades and being locked out from our Fantasy teams for the weekend. Not to mention, you might even win a bit of pocket money if you spend your salary wisely.
It’s a $100k THUMPER today, so lets Gooooooooo!!
- $100,000 Super Saturday special – 3 games
Blues v Lions, Suns v Roos, Crows v Eagles
Josh Kelly MID, $10,200
We need to nail the guys that are going big and the Giant star is certainly one capable of doing that this week. He hasn’t dropped under 100 once this year and is coming off a nice 140. Add to that he is matched up with the Crows who have given up the second most points to opposition midfielders in the last four weeks including 130+ to Yeo, Shuey and Redden.
Stephen Coniglio MID, $9,500
Speaking of ceiling, a 192 last week automatically puts the Giant skipper high on the radar. Obviously blessed with a nice matchup, he has shown on multiple occasions throughout the year he is capable of 150+ scores and if he goes big again, you can’t afford to miss it.
Jack Ziebell MID, $8,100
Once again taking advantage of matchup and ceiling, JZ has to be considered. When playing as a midfielder he has scored four hundreds out of his last five games and three weeks ago he showed what he can do with a whopping 155 against the Swans.
Lachie Neale MID, $9,400
The Lion’s poor form of late will lead to low ownership but he could be a nice unique option given his matchup with the Blues. He has a great record against them with scores of 99, 127, 106 and 130. The only concern is the Blues have a new coach and may deploy a tag… Who would know.
Jeremy Finlayson DEF, $6,800
Available as a defender but dominating as a forward, his numbers can’t be ignored over the last four weeks with scores of 82, 92, 96 and 127. It is a tougher match up this week this week but he is getting up the ground and proving tough to cover with nine or more marks on three occasions the last month.