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Roy’s Trade and Rolling 22 Talk – Rd. 20

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Toby Greene (FWD, $664,000)
The controversial Giant has always been a Fantasy favourite of mine and it’s easy to see why after getting his body right and being given the opportunity to play through the middle of the ground on the back of his teams injury woes. He now has a three game average of 128 on the back of scoring 126, 115 and 144 in his last three. His value is reflected by a break even of just 55 and he is owned by only 5% of the competition.

Kade Simpson (DEF, $521,000)
Here is one for cash starved coaches that need a mini upgrade in the back line. The Blues veteran has dropped a total of $171k which is understandable given his massive score of 142 was his first triple figure return of the season. The Blues are in awesome form and with a score of 90 a fortnight ago and a break even of 27, it is a risk worth taking.

Seb Ross (MID, $613,000)
Last year he was winning people cars, this year he has dropped $166k. That was until he was until he pumped out a massive 146 on the weekend to increase by $22k and give him a BE of 69. He has a low ownership of just 1% and has a decent run of games including a match up with the Crows this week who have been giving up a heap of points to opposition midfielders.

Dom Sheed (MID, $702,000)
Last year’s finals hero is heating up leading into Fantasy finals. He is in great from with a three game average of 115 and the Eagles have an easy run of midfield matchups on the way home. He is quite unique at 10% ownership if you are chasing a leg up for national ranking and he certainly presents as a viable POD.

Patrick Cripps (MID, $633,000)
After appearing sore against the Suns a couple of weeks ago and looking destined for another break on the sidelines, the inspirational skipper returned to his best against the Crows with a dominant 141. The Blues are in outstanding form and he is a bargain price for one of the best players in the competition who has a 160+ ceiling.

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Jack Ziebell (FWD, $625,000)
After seven triple figure scores in ten weeks following a move to the midfield, the tough as nails Roo’s scoring has dropped right off with a three game average of just 67. His break even is up to 139 and it doesn’t look like things will turn around any time soon so upgrade him to a reliable premium.

My Trades

At this stage my trades are Matt Crouch to Adam Treloar and a cash grab from rookie Baker.

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Current update.

Defenders

   Last
Week
2019
Avg
Change

D1

Lachie Whitfield
GWS Giants, DEF/MID
95115

D2

Jake Lloyd
Sydney Swans, DEF
89110

D3

Jack Crisp
Collingwood, DEF
9397

D4

Bachar Houli
Richmond, DEF
119102

D5

Rory Laird
Adelaide, DEF
9296

D6

Tom Stewart
Geelong, DEF
7395

In the mix: Williams, Smith

Midfielders

   Last
Week
2019
Avg
Change

M1

Jack Macrae
Western Bulldogs, MID
127114

M2

Tim Taranto
GWS Giants, MID
109115

M3

Adam Treloar
Collingwood, MID
126114

M4

Brad Crouch
Adelaide, MID
94110

M5

Andrew Gaff
West Coast, MID
103111

M6

Mitch Duncan
Geelong, MID
102109

M7

Zach Merrett
Essendon, MID
98106

M8

Dayne Zorko
Brisbane, MID
119105

In the mix: Yeo, Sheed, Cripps

Rucks

   Last
Week
2019
Avg
Change

R1

Brodie Grundy
Collingwood, RUC
79122

R2

Max Gawn
Melbourne, RUC
128111

In the mix:  Witts

Forwards

   Last
Week
2019
Avg
Change

F1

Josh Dunkley
Western Bulldogs, MID/FWD
71128

F2

Toby Greene
GWS Giants, FWD
12691

F3

Travis Boak
Port Adelaide, MID/FWD
114111

F4

Patrick Dangerfield
Geelong, MID/FWD
107107

F5

Jack Billings
St Kilda, MID/FWD
85101

F6

Rowan Marshall
St Kilda, RUC/FWD
82100

In the mix: Curnow, Kelly, Martin

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