After consuming a heap of content from the match simulations, Roy, Calvin and Warnie chat through the players whose stocks are rising and falling for Fantasy coaches. Plenty of players are mentioned and your questions answered as things get very real for coaches locking in their teams.
Don’t miss the live AFL Fantasy broadcast of the Hawthorn v Collingwood game on Thursday 2 March from 5:00pm streaming via the match centre on AFL Live app and AFL.com.au.
PLEASE NOTE: There isn’t a video for this week’s episode.
1:00 – Initial takeaways from the match simulation games.
3:30 – The Traders will be live on Thursday from 5:10pm AEDT as they discuss the Hawthorn v Collingwood games from University of Tasmania Stadium.
5:00 – Charlie Constable is the first player highlight with his stocks increasing in the last couple of weeks.
9:00 – New Cat Jack Bowes found plenty of the ball.
12:10 – Errol Gulden led the Swans for CBAs.
15:45 – The safest place to take a look for a cheaper ruck is with Scott Lycett say Roy.
19:00 – Warnie chats through his DEF and MID structure.
25:00 – Calvin has added Darcy Parish to his team.
28:10 – Have we found a bench ruck in Lachlan McAndrew?
31:00 – Are we being too reactionary with Tom Mitchell after a quiet showing? He’s the first player the boys mention as someone whose stocks are going down.
35:10 – The boys are going cold on Wayne Milera despite the half-back role.
38:30 – Darcy Cameron‘s ruck mix with Mason Cox is a worry.
42:10 – Questions from social media – follow @AFLFantasy on Twitter, @aflfantasy on Instagram and like the Official AFL Fantasy facebook page.
48:00 – Roy says Bailey Smith is knocking on the door of the Rollin’ 22.
51:30 – How do The Traders rank Stephen Coniglio and Tim Taranto.
55:30 – Can you have Hayden Young at D1?
59:30 – Use this weekend to project your round one teams.
1:02:30 – How teams use the ball.
1:04:00 – Who Roy is watching this weekend.
1:07:40 – Draft weekend for us has been timed very well.
February 27, 2023 at 5:51 pm
Don’t get to excited. One practice match, it’s called a practice match so teams can try different things they wouldn’t do through the home n Away season. Some mids are played forward so the young fellas can be tried through the middle of the ground.
February 28, 2023 at 10:07 pm
Thanks Marcus, don’t know where we’d be without your invaluable information..