It’s finals time!
This week and from now on, the format has changed a little bit for the finals.
Here are the players worth keeping/selling for the finals.
Bargains for the finals
If you are low on money, he is ideal at $353 200 for a safe trade. He’s averaged 93pt’s since his debut in round 13.
Last chance to jump on at his cheap price of $468 500. He has been excellent in the past two-weeks with scores of 131pt’s and 159pt’s.
He has scored 117pt’s and 135pt’s in his past two weeks and still cheap at $491 900.
Barring an injury, he is unbelievably cheap considering his scoring potential of $427 500.
If you take out the torrential-downpour game against Freo, he’s averaged 111pt’s since he has come back from his calf injury.
He’s in excellent form and at an excellent price of $435 600. His 4-week average of 107pt’s is pretty damn good for that price.
Back to his best on the weekend against the Hawks scoring 118pt’s. At $443 400, he could be great if you don’t have the money to trade for an elite-priced player.
Must haves’ for the finals
He’s as attainable as he’ll ever be right now at his price of $657 600.
If you have any spare money, now is the time to trade-up!
Scored 121pt’s despite being triple teamed. His price of $565 600 is too good to go past.
The highest averaging defender by some margin. Even though he’s priced high at $592 400, you’ll need him.
He’s been averaging 131pt’s over the past 3 weeks as well – Not too bad for a player entering the SuperCoach finals
Valued at $507 800 and has a 3 week average of 135pt’s; If you’ve got a chance to get him in, do it.
Must get rid’
After being amazing average of 132pt’s since round 11, he’s out for two-weeks with a hamstring-strain. That’ll leave you with a $617 900 player that’s not playing for two-weeks……..
Can’t believe how little his heroic efforts have not been mentioned in Melbourne. Either way, he’s put his hand-up for the game against Freo; but with a depressed fracture and concussion, he may miss it. After averaging 131pt’s since round 14, it would suck if you have him now.
After being in some excellent form averaging 121pt’s over the past 4-weeks, he has damaged his heel in the game against Geelong and as such, will either be out’ for this week’s clash against Collingwood, or be playing injured.
Previous players revisited
Jobe Watson has his best game for a while against West Coast with a score of 99pt’s. Now the baby steps are out of the way, maybe he can score big from here onwards……
Even though Lance Franklin kicked 2.7, he’s still getting his hands on the ball so his price of $473 000 is still a good one.
Jason Porplyzia has been really poor pretty-much since Brett Burton has been back. He still has the potential to do well as we have all seen before so I wouldn’t lose hope yet.