What more do you need this weekend? The kitty is full and the boys have been working hard to find you some of the best tips in town. There are plenty of contests that suit your needs across many different slates this weekend. Get round it… lessssss go!!!
SATURDAY KITTY = $90k
SUNDAY KITTY = $75k
Good luck and please, gamble responsibly.
Tom De Koning (RUC/FWD, $9,200)
Saturday v Kangaroos
With Marc Pittonet on the sidelines, Tom De Kon will be rucking solo for the Blues. He did this for the majority of the game last week for his score of 83 and under $10k, he’s an easy pick in his game against North’s No. 2 ruckman… Todd Goldstein.
Clayton Oliver (MID, $16,850)
Saturday v West Coast
Hawthorn are the #1 easiest team for midfielders to score against and Oliver has dominated them in the past with scores of 126, 121 and 145. This game will get nasty with some professionals out there saying “blood bath”. Mills (162) went to town on the Hawks last week and it’s hard to see Oliver not doing the same.
Braydon Preuss (RUC, $11,900)
Saturday v Adelaide
It would be nice to have Max Gawn but for 5.5k less you might as well grab a little bit of Juicy Preussy. From his three games this year he is averaging 99 and last week, even partnered up Flynn, he still got the job done with 105.
Robbie McComb (MID, $6,000)
Sunday v Essendon
Mature-aged ball-magnet only managed 53 last week but will be better for the run! He scored 151 in round one of the VFL this year and meets the Bombers under the roof at Marvel and is still rookies-priced.
Josh Daicos (MID, $12,090)
Sunday v Gold Coast
Up against the Suns, it’s time we start noticing what the other brother is doing. Josh has been quietly getting the job done with 2×100+ scores in his last three games. The Suns rank as the 4th easiest for MIDs to score against and another ton is right around the corner.
James Sicily (FWD, $13,660)
Saturday v Melbourne
SIC-DAWG could be massive and he might just take 15 marks. Firstly, the ball will be down in his half for the majority of the game. Last week, Melbourne banged 22 behinds and if that’s the case again… then Sicily will be grabbing lots more kick-ins than usual.
The other thing to note is what Richmond defenders did to the Demons last week… or what the Demons allowed them to do.
Vlastiun (130), Short (127), Broad (108) and Gibcus (89) all had a day out and between them… they took 43 marks. A bog SIC Day is on the cards.