Here are a few players that are worth selling/buying/keeping an eye on for SuperCoach from what we’ve seen so far.
Only 3 weeks until the finals!
Bargains of the week
Watching him against the Bulldogs, it looked like he was moving better than ever and looks to be over his back issues.
Thanks to Harry O’Brien and Nick Maxwell’s rebounding efforts he wont be tagged like last year and at his price of $434 000, he is a great pick-up
He is just a SuperCoach freak. Returned from the calf injury with a nice score of 130pt’s.
As always, he is a risk given his past track record with injuries but it’s hard to go past him when he is massively undervalued at $457 900.
Still cheap at $503 100. Even with a poor score against Port two weeks ago of 47pt’s, he has averaged 115pt’s in the past 5 weeks.
His lowest score against Freo who they have next week is 95pt’s so I’d get on him this week as it’s probably your last chance before you pay through the nose for him.
At $515 100 and pretty much impossible to tag, he is a really good pick-up for me. He came back well with 108pt’s this week. Essendon still have three games left at the MCG and with the weather being the way it is in Melbourne, those matches will suit him.
He will surely play more in the middle now after his past two games there where he has scored 112pt’s and 144pt’s.
I’m tipping that he will finish with a value of $600 000 by years end injury permitting but right now, he is cheap as at $494 800.
And for an added bonus if pick him up this week; he plays extremely well against the Pies, averaging 133pt’s since 2005. That’s including one game where he injured his hamstring halfway through the game…..
If his hamstrings hold up, he is an excellent pick-up at $457 600 and scoring 144pt’s and 129pt’s in the past two weeks.
I can’t believe he only scored 101pt’s against the Pies. It seemed like he was involved with everything good the Bulldogs did to me! His price of $380 800 is too good to pass up on a marking half-forward with excellent skills.
The ones that make you go ‘Ouch’ if you’ve got / the ones that you are waiting to bottom out
From now on, he’ll either be carrying a bruised hip or be rested. He’s a bit too expensive at $559 300 for any of that guff’.
Out for the season with a knee injury. Sucks to have $481 500 on your bench doesn’t it?!?!?
Here is a good example of players that simply peak during the season. From rounds 1-8 he averaged 103pt’s, but since then he has only averaged 74pt’s. Avoid any Freo player that’s not named Duffield or Broughton anyway.
When does weeks of scores below expectation become normal?
He only scored 71pt’s against a team that he scored 100pt’s+ against in the past two seasons.
His price of $384 800 makes him cheap but he needs to start giving us some good performances to make it worth it.
With a “mystery injury”, get rid of. West Coast has no need to win so they should have no need to play him. At his price of $548 000, I’d recommend Mitch Clark (averaging 104pt’s since becoming the Lions only ruckman) who will give you a little money in the bank.
‘Like Bartel, he will either be out, or will be carrying a knee injury for the rest of the season. $448 600 is too much to have either playing lame, or out injured.
Previous players revisited
Travis Cloke wasn’t the bargain I had anticipated last week scoring only 47pt’s this week. Still, I have faith in him especially given that his hands are looking very good still.
Liam Anthony, thank you very much. 148pt’s in his third game says it all.
This years Brad Dalziell for sure.
Lance; Give us another week like that and we will forgive you.