The kitty has been reloaded over the weekend and Draftstars haven’t held back with some big cash on offer over the two days. With plenty going on in the Fantasy world, this is a safe place to have some fun while your Fantasy team crashes and burns. Good luck and we hope you nail a few rippers.
SATURDAY KITTY = $75k
SUNDAY KITTY = $75k
Good luck and please, gamble responsibly.
Jeremy Cameron (FWD, $11,550)
Saturday v Kangaroos
Geeelong will thump the Roos. Geelong will kick 20+ goals. Jezza will be out to fill his pockets. Coming off scores of 80, 73 and 112 Jezza loves a Coleman Medal and will be out to rack up some big numbers on Saturday.
Reilly O’Brien (RUC, $13,980)
Saturday v Melbourne
Hey… if Luke Jackson misses this game, then load up on ROB. O’Brien scored 104 last week a huge 159 not that long ago. Even if LJ is playing, Oscar McInerney still scored well against him last week anyway. Big ROB is certainly a play worth considering.
James Tsitas (MID, $6,000)
Saturday v Collingwood
After eight games in the VFL averaging 91, Tsitas finally gets his chance. During that time he has some big scores which include a 118 and a 124. Collingwood is a great match-up for him to come into as well, as over the last five weeks they have given up a truckload of points.
Stephen Coniglio (MID, $14,240)
Sunday v Hawthorn
His price is rising every week but don’t let that deter you from picking one of the best midfielders in the game at the moment. A new coach has seen Coniglio average 118 over the last five weeks and this match-up is rather kind as well. It is supposed to be VERY wet and with Coniglio loving a tackle… he could be massive.
Sean Darcy (RUC, $12,630)
Sunday v Port Adelaide
Last week against Port, Jarrod Witts (122) had a field day against their “ruck fill ins” of Finlayson and Dixon. It’s now Darcy’s turn! He had 84 last week and although that’s not overly exciting… this match-up is too good to ignore.
Jordan Dawson (D/M, $14,950)
Saturday v Melbourne
With recent scores of 120 and 118… Dawson’s form basically picks himself. But when you add in the match-up, it’s easy to see why we have him so highly rated this week.
Melbourne give up the MOST points to defenders this year and although Dawson doesn’t spend all his time in the back half, he loves a +6 and that’s what the Demons give up.
Last week against them Rich 112 (8m), Coleman 90 (10m) and Harris 88 (12m) found the ball with ease. If this trend continues like it has over the course of the year so far, then expect JD to be cashing in with some big numbers on Saturday afternoon.