Round Table

Round Table: Sydney

It’s hard to know how the perennial ‘there or thereabouts’ Swans will perform for 2019. Some new faces in the engine room appear likely and assessing the potential relevance for each always makes for an interesting debate.

Round Table: St Kilda

The Saints have a fantastic early draw on paper with games against the Gold Coast, Essendon, Fremantle & Hawthorn. Is there opportunity for clever coaches to capitalise on this for a handy head start on the competition?

Round Table: North Melbourne

North Melbourne completely overhauled their midfield over summer. Whether they got the outside run they were targeting or just whoever was willing to come to Arden Street is a debate for another day, but in any case it certainly makes assessing their collective fantasy options a little more interesting.

Round Table: Melbourne

A huge trade period for Melbourne yielded a lot of new faces at the club, many of which will be competing with established guns for spots in the best 22. It’ll be fascinating to see how they gel and whether the hapless Dees can finally go one step further this year.

Round Table: Greater Western Sydney

Once again the Giants have lost a handful of quality players to raids from opposition list managers and yet have somehow still put together a team that should be capable of contending for the flag again – and full of players that are highly relevant for your fantasy teams across all the formats.

Round Table: Gold Coast

The Suns have lost a lot of star power again over the off-season but have also recruited some handy types to rebuild the club. Is this the year that they start to turn things around? However it plays out, there is some serious value to be picked for our teams across all the formats.