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AFL Fantasy Hold’em – Round 13

AFL Fantasy Hold’em – Round 13

Fantasy Hold'em

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We’ll help you make the decision on whether to make the CALL and pick the player up, HOLD firm in the face of poor scores or FOLD when it’s clear the player is no longer up to it and needs to face the axe in AFL Dream Team.

Tom Mitchell
Tom Mitchell (MID) is clearly the big one to bring in this week. Averaging 121 points per game in his first two games he will go into this weeks game with a breakeven of -171. He also returns to AAMI Stadium to play Port Adelaide this week where he scored 144 two weeks ago against the Crows.

Garrick Ibbotson (DEF) has averaged 104.2 points per game over the last 5. Since returning to the side since round 5 he has only had two games under 96 (65 & 69) and scored 4 hundreds from 7 games. Fremantles defensive style and desire to hold possession of the ball suits high DreamTeam Scores. Last week I talked about the Dockers run home. They play only 3 challenging opponents Geelong (Round 14), West Coast (Round 16) and Carlton (Round 19). The Dockers easy run home with games against GWS (H), Melbourne (A), Port Adelaide (H) and St. Kilda (A) to finish the season. All four games that will be in our AFL Fantasy Finals.

Kieran Jack (MID) has been in fantastic form averaging 155 points per game over the last 5. He has demonstrated this year he has the ability to go UBER with 4 scores over 110. Two over 130. The Swans next four are against Port Adelaide, Carlton, Melbourne and GWS, a very good run for a premium player.

Nathan Hrovat (MID) HAS BEEN NAMED! He has lived up to the hype of being a ball winner. Averaging 67.5 with a break even of -66 downgrade to him this round.

Joe Daniher (FWD) was fantastic last week. He looked the footballer that had been hyped. But hold off until at least after his bye.

Michael Evans (MID) has reached his peak. At $283,900 with a breakeven of 84 and a month out with a toe injury, trade him out.

Jaeger O’Meara (MID) has been a terrific midfield rookie. He is class personified and arguably the best midfield rookie to come from the draft over the last 5 years. But he is a rookie and with only 1 score over 100 in his last seven you should be looking to upgrade him to an uber premium player. Jaeger is currently averaging 92.4 over the last 5 and is ultra consistent, but we want 100+ scorers in our side leading into finals.

Marc Murphy (MID) has again suffered another collision injury. He is way under value at only $390,800 and has a breakeven of 133. If he comes back before DreamTeam finals he could be a great cheap, unique option to pick up. But trade NOW!

Brent Macaffer (FWD) has reached his peak. In his third role this season at the Pies (Forward, Defender and now Tagger) Macaffer has been lucky to avoid the AXE from our teams so far. An increase of $236,700 should be taken advantage of now and you should look to use that money to upgrade to a premium.

I wrote this last week about Jimmy Bartel.
Jimmy Bartel (MID/FWD) has been reported to be spending the week in the USA watching the NBA finals. Geelong have a history of resting players and I would not be surprised if he missed the following Round 13 game. Speculation only not fact.

If Jimmy Bartel does play, don’t be surprised if he is substituted if the Cats get out to a healthy lead mid way through the third.

TOP 10 Scorers for Round 12
Rd 13

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