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Roy’s Rd. 15 Tips for Moneyball’s $100,000 Saturday Special

Roy has a look at some players with a high ceiling on today’s $100K Moneyball slate.

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Hawks v Eagles, Swans v Suns, Pies v Roos, Power v Dogs

Luke Parker MID, $9,700
Parks is one of the form players in the competition with an average of 128 in his last three games. Today he receives the gift of playing the Suns who are giving up a heap of points and he has runs on the board with scores of 121, 117 and 119 in his last three. He has huge ceiling on his side with 157 last week and he will be up there with the highest scoring players on the slate.

Andrew Gaff MID, $10,300
Although he doesn’t have huge numbers at the MCG on his side in recent times, the Hawks are giving up plenty of points to midfielders and Gaff is one of the best int he games. Nailing the guys with a huge ceiling is important and Gaff pumped out a career high 154 against the Hawks last year.

Shannon Hurn DEF, $8,700
Hurn is coming off two low and injury affected games which should keep his ownership low. As long as the rain isn’t too bad, he should bounce back with a big one here against the Hawks who give up a heap to defenders. Finding defenders capable of big ones can be tough and he certainly fits the mould.

Adam Treloar MID, $9,900
Appears to be one of the safest players on the slate due to an easy matchup with the Roos and a game at MARVEL that he tends to enjoy with scores of 128, 20 and 130 in his most recent games at the venue.

Jack Macrae MID, $9,700
Is in some sort of form with 140 and 180 in his last two coinciding with Tom Liberatore’s absence in the middle. He has some impressive scores against the Power nailing scores of 112 and 149 within his last three. Although the Power can be quite restrictive, not many players in the comp have the ability to go 180.

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