Another weekend of football almost over and we edge closer to finals. So much at stake for many teams and this is where your stars go to another level. Check out my AFL fantasy tips for today’s $5k special and enjoy your Sunday with a chance to win some cash.
Robbie Gray $7900
Gray is in great form this past month, averaging 82 but form of 102. Coming off 33 touches, 4 marks and 5 tackles with 1 goal, scoring 112. Massive game against the Pies who don’t have a small defender to match up on Gray.
James Sicily $7300
Since going into the backline where Hawks have been ravaged with injuries, Sicily has taken his game to another level. Form of 106 coming off 29 touches and 10 marks scoring 110. Will play a similar role against the Roos tomorrow.
Dougal Howard $4200
In for his first game and probably a good game to start in ruck. With Grundy out for the pies , Howard will take the ruck mantle most of the day against Mason Cox. Could be a steal today.
Taylor Adams $10200
Finally been in some consistent form for fantasy owners. Form of 127 coming off 30 touches, 9 tackles and 2.2 scoring 124. No real tag will be on him against port. Should find plenty of space and with the pies good form could help him continue his good form.
Seb Ross $9600
Ross has been the best midfielder for the Saints this season, averaging 103 and coming off resent scores of 92, 109 and 113. Absolute ball magnet and with a contestant game on the cards against the Dees he’ll be licking his lips at this one.
Jordan De Goey $7500
De Goey has found some form in the second half of the year. Coming off 27 touches, 10 marks and a goal scoring 114 and form 92. Cheap price for an inform player.
Shane Savage $7600
Since coming back into the lineup, Savage has shown great speed and run off the backline, gathering plenty of possessions. Form of 94 coming off last week’s efforts of 26 touches, 5 marks , 5 tackles and 1.1 scoring 112. Definitely a game that will suit him.
Tom McDonald $7600
McDonald going forward has been a blessing in disguise for the Dees, form of 92 coming off 16 touches, 8 marks, 8 tackles and 1 goal scoring 109. With the absence of Watts up forward, will allow him to be the second option behind Hogan.