Over the past few years, he’s been one of the most consistent defenders in the game. After a ‘quiet’ season and with a new coach, is Rory Laird headed back to a triple figure average?
He’s one of the most elite fantasy footballers we’ve ever seen. However, coming off a severely broken leg will Tom Mitchell return to his brilliant best?
The former first-round draft pick found it challenging to break into the GWS Giants best 22. An offseason trade to North Melbourne brings him right into the best Kangaroos side and a fantasy-relevant player.
Ever since he joined the Magpies, he’s been one of the most reliable midfield premiums available. Everything looks set for that trend to continue for Adam Treloar and his owners.
Injuries have robbed the Blues and fantasy coaches of seeing one of the best halfbacks in the game. With Sam Docherty back, at his price, he is arguably one of the most straightforward selections for fantasy coaches this year.
Nobody questions his scoring ability. But his durability over his career has been the cause for concern. Can Josh Kelly play every game in 2020?
It was a disappointing season for the Fremantle Dockers. However, for Nat Fyfe, it was the season that saw him win his second Brownlow Medal. Will the cavalry come for him in 2020 and will it impact his scoring?
The loss of DPP will mean he’s in substantially fewer teams this year than last. However, the departure of Tim Kelly could be the reason he needs to be in your team.
He’s been one of the most consistent forwards over the past few seasons. With limited options available, is he in your plans?
In 2019 he was a revelation and was among one of the top averaging forwards. Now as a defender is he even more relevant?