— Adam Roy Davey (@RoyDT) June 18, 2019
Get them in:
Josh Dunkley (FWD/MID, $745,000)
The star Dog is on fire and once again deserving of the number one trade target mantle. He has a five round average of 120 on the back of an impressive 154 against the Blues and he has one score under 119 in his last six games… coincidentally the same time he returned to the midfield. He has a break even of just 74 and is surprisingly only owned by 25% of the competition. Clearly in the must have category.
Andrew Gaff (MID, $797,000)
The Eagles running machine is the pick of the players coming off the bye, albeit at top dollar. He is one of the most reliable elite premiums with an average of 115 and one of the easiest runs home in the competition for midfielders. He has been on a mission this year with only three scores under 100 and no scores under 90. He is on a streak of 15 hundred point games at home and has the added bonus of being able to carry the VC in a round where some of the games biggest midfielders have the week off.
Angus Brayshaw (MID, $599,000)
After a four week stretch of not scoring over 75, the Demon looked lost out on a wing and his scoring reflected that and as a result his price is now lower than Blues rookie sensation Sam Walsh. The past two weeks have looked far more promising however with scores of 91 and a 130 that reflected the way he played in the second half of last year. He has a break even of 68 and is certainly a high risk high reward prospect for a cash strapped coach.
Griffin Logue (DEF, $254,000)
After an injury interrupted start to the season the Docker defender exceeded all expectations with 100 in his first game of the year. He had a massive first quarter and finished the game with 24 possessions and eight marks. He isn’t going to pump out those numbers every week but his job security and scoring potential certainly make him a high priority trade target.
Caleb Daniel (FWD/DEF, $633,000)
After a random two game slump in the 60s, the Dog defender has bounced back well with three scores over 100 highlighted by 112 last round. He has a break even of 63 and a low ownership of just 11%. He has a unique and handy DPP between the forward and back line which may be useful for coaches who own Ryan Gardner.
You… Get the Chop
Sam Walsh (MID, $600,000)
The Blues rookie has already proven to be a star calibre talent and a bonus of that has been his amazing Fantasy impact, averaging 92 and increasing by $330K. To think we were criticised for recommending coaches pay the extra $100K looks really bad now. As much as I would love to keep him the time is right to upgrade to a top tier premium.
At this stage my trades Baker to a rookie and Walsh to Gaff… I have no idea beyond that.
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Sydney Swans, DEF
GWS Giants, DEF/MID
West Coast, DEF
Western Bulldogs, DEF/FWD
In the mix: Sicily, Crisp, Ellis
GWS Giants, MID
GWS Giants, MID
West Coast, MID
GWS Giants, MID
In the mix: Fiorini, Yeo, Henderson
In the mix: Witts, O’Brien
Port Adelaide, MID/FWD
Western Bulldogs, MID/FWD
North Melbourne, MID/FWD
In the mix: Robinson, Billings, Marshall