First matchup of round 4 sees Melbourne head north to take on Sydney. Sydney were back to winning form as they toke care of Carlton. While Melbourne have struggled through the first few weeks and be looking to get their first win of this season.
Jake Lloyd @9,700 – The highest averaging defender in Moneyball at the moment, just keeps getting it done. Averaging 124 in the first three rounds and now that Jarrad McVeigh could be out for this matchup only will lead to more points for Lloyd.
Angus Brayshaw @9,500 – I would suggest paying up for both Lloyd and Brayshaw in the matchup. Brayshaw like Lloyd have just been fantastic and you can still have him in your defence in moneyball. Averaging 117 is a lock for me and should be for everyone.
Josh Kennedy @8,300 – Has turned back the clocks in recent weeks and looks like that contest beast he was a few years ago. Averaging 120 in the last 2 weeks and I don’t see why he wouldn’t continue his form. Should be a safe 100 in your midfield
Clayton Oliver @9,300 – We were expecting Cripps last week to be tagged by Hewett but that didn’t see to come true, have Sydney decided to go to head instead of tagging. In that case Oliver will be a good selection loves a contest type game.
Zac Jones @6,200 – Plays a very friendly role, playing an inside midfield role. Had 31 touches last week for a score of 103 and for the price he is at is definitely worth having in your team tonight.
Max Gawn @8,800 – I’m happy to Gawn over Sinclair in this matchup just due to the fact that Gawn has the ability to go big. Gawn ceiling is a lot higher and this should be a matchup that he should do well with.
Tom Papley @5,800 – Not many options in the forward line tonight but the best of them has to be Papley. Should score 80+ points play a forward position with pinch hits in the middle. Should the best scorer of the all potential forwards.
Lance Franklin @7,500 – With how Melbourne are playing lately, could Buddy have a big game. Frost looked very unsettled at times last week and may have the role on Buddy. Melbourne gave up a round high 130 points to Essendon last week. Buddy may have a night out.