Four matchups for our Saturday slate, first one sees Q clash between the Lions and the Suns. Both teams will be looking to bounce back after disappointing results in both of their round 5 matchups.

The impressive Saints who really destroyed the Demons will host the Crows who bullied a young Suns team on the road.

We also have a Sydney derby between the Swans and Giants and should be a good game, both coming off disappointing results last week.

The final matchup is over the west where the Dockers host the Bulldogs who were the most disappointing team losing to the Blues.


Jake Lloyd @ 10,300 – How can you not mention this man in a preview, just been dominating still hasn’t got below 120 points for the season. But does he get the de Boer tag? It’s an interesting one if he doesn’t get tagged you’ll need him in tour side but if he does his output may not be as good as his average

Rory Liard @8,900 – its only a matter of time in till Laird gets back to his high scoring best and it could be in the matchup. Enjoys playing against the Saints and enjoys the fast track of Marvel Stadium

Alex Keith @5,400 – If you don’t want to go with Lloyd today, Alex Keith has been solid. Has really solid with marks across the backline, has really fit that Doedee role in recent weeks


Lachie Neale @10,200 – This could be a mouth watering matchup for Neale before last week had been on fire. I think he goes back to very best against the Suns. Should destroy the midfield of the suns, expect at least 120 in the matchup.

Zac Jones @7,000 – Keeps getting done scoring well around 90-100 mark and should be in our teams again to rid his score at this price. Will continue to play that midfield role for the Swans as they keep searching for new ways to improve their midfield group.

Michael Walters @7,500 – Been good in recent weeks averaging 103 in the last 3 weeks. This is due to the extended time through the midfield. Enjoys playing on the home surface and should be good for another 90+ game.


Reilly O’Brien @5,300 – With Jacobs still likely to miss again, O’Brien is then smart option should get somewhere between 70-90 and for 5,300 that’s good enough for this position.


Harry Cunningham @7,900 – Someone who has been extremely good in the last few weeks and his form states averaging 107 in his last 3. With the likelihood of Lloyd getting tagged can Cunningham get more involved and that meaning his scoring meeting a higher ceiling.

Matt Taberner @7,000 – for anyone who followed my tips last week they would have enjoy a nice 128 from Taberner and was fantastic getting plenty of marks around the ground, if only he could kick straight he would be just a fantastic moneyball player. I expect at least another 100 from him this week.