Roy’s Rd. 23 Tips for Moneyball’s $30,000 Saturday Special
Roy has a look at some players with some form and a match up to match in today’s $30,000 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 $30k Special today, so lets Gooooooooo!!
- $30,000 Saturday special – 5 games
Blues v Cats, Suns v Giants, Eagles v Hawks, Saints v Swans, Roos v Demons
Rowan Marshall FWD, $9,000
The Saint breakout sensation is having an amazing year playing as the primary ruck with nine triple figure point games in his last 11. He has a dream match up against part time ruckmen at the injury affected Swans and should have no trouble piling on the points..
Zac Williams DEF, $9,200
The Giant running machine is in career best form since moving to the midfield with seven hundreds in his last nine games. Providing he gets some midfield time again, he has a great match up against the Suns and with Toby Greene out injured, his CBA should rise from last week. He has a great ceiling with scores of 120, 122 and 142 coming in that stretch.
Angus Brayshaw MID, $7,500
The frustrating Demon who has played a variety of roles this year but appears to have settled back in the midfield the last two weeks and he has returned impressive scores of 106 and 113 in that time. His role, form and match up with the Roos in a dead rubber make him an appealing under priced option.
Chad Wingard MID, $7,300
In similar fashion to Brayshaw, Chad has been given a run in the middle and flourished as a result. Although he has a tough match up with the Eagles, it’s a must win game for the Hawks and he has scores of 105 and an impressive 128 with ten tackles in his most recent hit outs.
Oliver Florent MID, $6,400
The young Swan has found some impressive form on the run home following an otherwise inconsistent and disappointing season. Finding plenty of the ball in the last three weeks, he has converted his play to handy scores of 91, 113 and 98. He shouldn’t have any trouble continuing his good form at home against the Saints.