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Draftstars Finals – Week Two

$90k has been loaded into the kitty for both AFL Finals this week – get around it and good luck.

Wow – what an amazing first week of finals and this one has a lot to live up to. With that said, there are some cracking games on the cards and Draftstars have once again found another way to make it even more enjoyable

MELBOURNE v BRISBANE = $90k
COLLINGWOOD v FREMANTLE = $90k

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Good luck and please, gamble responsibly.

Darcy Fort (RUC, $8,830)

Friday v Melbourne

Tough match-up, however… he’s doing it alone. This is always great news for ruckman. Oscar McInerney has been ruled out with an illness which means Fort is solo. He has hit 70+ eleven times this year and scored 91 and 87 in the two games Big O missed. Cheap and will score with all this time in the middle.

James Harmes (FWD, $9,120)

Friday v Brisbane

Surprisingly… Harmes didn’t attended a CBA last week but still managed 23 touches, 6 marks, 3 tackles for his score of 90. There is no way the Demons will let Neale off the hook this week, after he smashed the Tigers in the first final. Neale can win this game for the Lions… but if Harmes shuts him down… it should be all over. Expect a big spike in his CBAs.

Jordan De Goey (MID, $11,800)

Saturday v Fremantle

No Adams… more CBAs and more responsibility for this guy this week. Coming off a blistering 124 with 26 touches and 6 tackles, De Goey was everywhere. He attended 21 CBAs and will be one of their main men to get the job done. He stepped up last week and should again.

John Noble (DEF, $11,570)

Saturday v Fremantle

Last week I said… “Far from the sexiest pick” and I even used the word “smokie”. Well… it turned out ok with Mr. Noble scoring very well. In fact… in his last three games he has scored 91, 89 and 109 from 6, 8 and 6 marks respectively.

“A smokie and one that could get you a sneaky 90+” … it happened last week so why not again?!

Sean Darcy (RUC, $13,160)

Saturday v Collingwood

Has been inconsistent but has scores of 98 and 147 within his last three. Scored an impressive 126 against the Pies earlier this year with 21 touches and 44 hit outs. Darcy Cameron can be easy to score against and there is no reason why Darcy (of the Sean-Variety) can’t go big again.

Clayton Oliver (MID, $16,620)

Friday v Brisbane

Coming off four triple figure scores on the trot, Oliver has hit some serious form. Yes… he is expensive but a score of 140+ here isn’t off the cards. In his last few scores we have seen 126 and 139 and he now meets a team, in sudden death. A team he has scored 7×100+ against in his last eight games.

Petracca is under an injury cloud and there is no bigger stage, or better time to step up in the way in which we know he can.

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