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Breakevens | Round 11

Buy low, sell high! It’s the age-old motto to succeed in Fantasy football of all formats. Every week we share with you the players with the lowest breakevens across AFLFantasy, SuperCoach & DreamTeam. Here are the players that offer the best breakevens heading into a new round.

For SuperCoach and DreamTeam we only include players who are on the price bubble and have played more than one game.

 S. Draper RUC$166,10073.5-47
 C. Serong MID$330,10078.2-33
 S. Wicks MID$123,90080-28
 T. WatsonDEF$155,40061-28
 J. MadgenDEF$278,50067-23
 S. NaismithRUC$296,800100-21
 D. MinchingtonFWD$141,50051.5-18
 K. HaydenMID$248,30052.4-17
 L. ButlerDEF/MID$141,90051-17
 X. O’HalloranMID$123,90068-16
 T. SparrowFWD$211,50071-15
 D. CameronRUC/FWD$219,50061.5-13
 T. Lynch FWD$321,20069.6-13
 S. Skinner FWD$130,20044.5-11
 J. Aarts FWD$249,90060.8-11
 H. Schoenberg MID$117,30059-10
 T. Xerri RUC/FWD$144,80048-9
 N. Balta RUC/FWD$325,70071.3-7
 S. Philp MID$140,90045.5-6
 K. Brooksby RUC$117,30055-6
 W. WalkerFWD$154,90067-3
 H. Jones MID$123,90054-2
 L. HosieFWD$123,90054-2
 A. McPherson DEF$245,60069.2-1
 O. Markov MID$184,40078-1
 J. Jones FWD$161,60048.50
 S. Wicks MID$196,00055-22
 S. Draper RUC$238,00053.5-11
 L. Butler DEF/MID$229,00050.5-11
 M. HibberdMID$324,00052.3-9
 X. O’Halloran MID$184,00038-8
 T. Watson DEF $255,00046-8
 J. Brander DEF/FWD$354,00055.3-8
 S. Sturt FWD$237,000390
 B. McKay DEF $320,00049.50
 L. Hosie FWD$188,000442
 R. Gardner FWD$203,00034.52
 J. Jones FWD$273,00050.53
 A. McPherson DEF $320,000513
 B. Davis FWD$182,000374
 B. Woodcock FWD$185,000405
 J. Aarts FWD$338,00046.85
 J. Bell MID/FWD$288,00047.75
 J. Mcinerney MID$282,000445
 S. McAdam FWD$342,000466
 D. Cameron RUC/FWD$302,00047.37
 C. Warner MID$204,000278
 J. Madgen DEF $330,00044.58
 S. Skinner FWD$283,00049.59
C. SerongMID $424,50062-40
S. DraperRUC$210,10054-33
S. SkinnerFWD$191,00050-31
L. ButlerDEF/MID$199,90051-30
R. StoddartDEF/MID$202,10049-23
T. WatsonDEF $200,10046-21
J. JonesFWD$228,40051-20
S. Wicks MID $160,90055-17
B. MackayDEF$321,20050-15
 D. Minchington FWD$184,10040-15
M. Georgiades FWD$320,30055-11
K. HaydenMID $286,50037-9
J. AartsFWD$319,60047-8
B. WoodcockFWD$132,80040-8
H. SchoenbergMID $152,20043-7
M. HibbertdMID $306,60052-6
L. HosieFWD$160,90044-6
S. MayesMID $426,20066-5
J. BellMID/FWD$287,50048-5
A. McPhersonDEF$310,50051-4
W. PowellMID$360,90044-3
R. GardnerFWD$190,10035-2
J. MahoneyMID/FWD$310,20038-1
T. StengleFWD$315,700420
X. O’HalloranMID$160,900380
Breakevens | Round 5

Buy low, sell high! It’s the age-old motto to succeed in Fantasy football of all formats. Every week we share with you the players with the lowest breakevens across AFLFantasy, SuperCoach & DreamTeam. Here are the players that offer the best breakevens heading into a new round.

For SuperCoach and DreamTeam we only include players who are on the price bubble and have played more than one game.

Sam NaismithRUC$296,800100-27
Laitham VandeermeerMID/FWD$225,00063-27
Jake AartsFWD$123,90076-27
Tom GreenMID$238,50069-27
Mitchell Georgiades FWD$130,80078-26
Hayden YoungDEF$262,70065-24
Kyron HaydenMID$197,90050-24
Josh BruceFWD$288,80057-23
Jack MahoneyMID/FWD$141,20050-18
Darcy CameronRUC/FWD$147,70051-15
Jye CaldwellMID$219,90070-12
Tristan XerriRUC/FWD$144,80048-12
Harley Bennell MID$123,90059-10
Toby NankervisRUC$449,30099-9
Sam PhilpMID$140,90046-9
Tom WilliamsonDEF$215,10062-8
Caleb SerongMID$200,00062-8
Thomas BerryFWD$177,50056-8
Griffin LogueDEF$357,40070-7
Shane McAdamFWD$142,10045-7
Ned McHenryMID$143,50035-5
Harrison JonesMID$123,90054-5
Stephen Hill DEF/FWD$214,00064-4
Jamaine JonesFWD$161,60049-3
Louis ButlerDEF/MID$117,30049-3
Ben DavisFWD$123,90051-2
Deven RobertsonMID$117,30047-1
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Laitham VandeermeerMID/FWD$297,00050-25
Sam NaismithRUC$368,00077-24
Curtis TaylorFWD$358,00055-17
Shane McAdamFWD$205,00039-12
Hayden YoungDEF$353,00051-12
Jake AartsFWD$197,00054-9
Jye CaldwellMID$364,00064-9
Jamaine JonesMID$273,00050-9
Marlion PickettMID$255,00045-8
Tom GreenMID$301,00045-8
Ben CrockerFWD$363,00051-8
Darcy CameronRUC/FWD$225,00045-8
Josh WalkerDEF$367,00040-7
Tom BerryFWD$219,00035-7
Will HamillDEF$213,00033-7
Aiden CorrDEF $408,00055-7
Jarrod BranderDEF/FWD$354,00055-6
Kyron HaydenMID$227,00032-6
Justin McInerneyMID$282,00044-5
Ned McHenryMID$231,00033-4
Tom WilliamsonDEF$318,00048-4
Harley Bennell MID$267,00047-4
Noah AndersonMID$389,00053-3
Mitchell Georgiades FWD$258,00060-3
Sam SturtFWD$237,00039-3
Louis ButlerDEF/MID$189,00043-2
Jonathan MarshDEF$319,00048-2
Caleb SerongMID$309,00052-1
Ben KeaysFWD$425,00057-1
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Sam NaismithRUC$360,50077-30
Jamaine JonesFWD$228,40051-23
Mitchell Georgiades FWD$167,20060-22
Darcy CameronRUC/FWD$200,20045-21
Hayden YoungDEF$336,10052-20
Laitham VandermerMID/FWD$291,70051-18
Jake AartsFWD$160,90054-18
Jye CaldwellMID$326,90065-17
Caleb SerongMID$256,80052-16
Shane McAdamFWD$191,60040-13
Harley Bennell MID$160,90047-11
Louis ButlerDEF/MID$152,20043-9
Curtis TaylorFWD$360,50056-8
Tom WilliamsonDEF$299,30048-7
Ned McHenryMID$219,10033-7
Kyron HaydenMID$223,50033-5
Ryan GardnerFWD$190,10035-4
Rhylee WestFWD$261,30047-3
Josh WalkerDEF$372,20040-1
Stephen HillDEF/FWD$272,80047-1
Ben DavisFWD$160,90037-1

Breakevens | Round Four

Buy low, sell high! It’s the age-old motto to succeed in Fantasy football of all formats. Every week we share with you the players with the lowest breakevens across AFLFantasy, SuperCoach & DreamTeam. Here are the players that offer the best breakevens heading into a new round.

For SuperCoach and DreamTeam we only include players who are on the price bubble and have played more than one game.

Sam NaismithRUC$296,800100-29
Mitchell Georgiades FWD$130,80078-27
Tom WilliamsonDEF$178,30065-26
Sam SturtFWD$152,20056-24
Hayden YoungDEF$223,30064-21
Tom GreenMID$197,90068-21
Charlie DixonFWD$406,600105-19
Darcy CameronRUC/FWD$147,70051-16
Aiden CorrDEF $330,20083-15
Kyron HaydenMID$162,90045-15
Trent RiversDEF/MID$139,20048-15
Jye CaldwellMID$219,90070-14
Harley Bennell MID$123,90059-11
Laitham VandeermeerMID/FWD$176,50051-10
Ben KingFWD$331,80080-7
Tristan XerriRUC/FWD$123,90054-6
Kysaiah Pickett FWD$178,40054-6
Jack MahoneyMID/FWD$117,30050-5
Ben DavisFWD$123,90051-3
Louis ButlerDEF/MID$117,30049-3
Dan ButlerFWD$415,300107-2
Caleb SerongMID$175,80071-2
Marc PittonetRUC$398,400122-1
Deven RobertsonMID$117,30047-1
Justin McInerneyMID$210,20068-1
Matthew RowellMID$523,00088.5-28
Sam NaismithRUC$368,00077-22
Aiden CorrDEF $368,00057-22
Justin McInerneyMID$252,00046-15
Brandon StarcevichDEF/MID$337,00054.8-13
Curtis TaylorFWD$307,00051-12
Michael GibbonsFWD$510,00067.8-11
Hayden YoungDEF$313,00049.3-11
Connor BudarickMID/FWD$303,00048.5-9
Marc PittonetRUC$437,00071.7-9
Marlion PickettMID$255,00045-7
Laitham VandeermeerMID/FWD$246,00042-7
Jye CaldwellMID$364,00065-7
Jonathan MarshDEF$291,00052-7
Darcy CameronRUC/FWD$225,00045-7
Max KingFWD$269,00041.5-5
Dan ButlerFWD$523,00076-5
Kyron HaydenMID$203,00031-5
Trent RiversDEF/MID$270,00044.7-4
Ben KeaysFWD$391,00056.7-4
Tom WilliamsonDEF$289,00049-4
Jarrod BranderDEF/FWD$354,00055.3-4
Harley Bennell MID$267,00047-3
Ned McHenryMID$209,00032-2
Louis ButlerDEF/MID$189,00043-2
Mitchell Georgiades FWD$258,00060-1
Tyler BrownMID$257,00038.8-1
Noah AnmdersonMID$354,00050.3-1
Jarrod BerryMID$605,000750
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Sam NaismithRUC$360,50077-31
Aiden CorrDEF $374,20057-27
Trent RiversDEF/MID$191,80045-23
Darcy CameronRUC/FWD$200,20045-22
Mitchell Georgiades FWD$167,20060-22
Ben KeaysFWD$350,60057-20
Jye CaldwellMID$326,90065-18
Hayden YoungDEF$286,10049-11
Caleb SerongMID$217,20060-11
Harley Bennell MID$160,90047-12
Sam SturtFWD$189,30038-11
Charlie DixonFWD$470,70071-9
Tom DoedeeDEF $324,10049-9
Tom WilliamsonDEF$259,30049-9
Louis ButlerDEF/MID$152,20043-9
Jonathan MarshDEF$287,40052-6
Justin McInerneyMID$249,10046-5
Ryan GardnerFWD$190,10035-5
Billy FramptonFWD$249,90044-3
Kyron HaydenMID$195,10031-2
Jamaine JonesFWD$185,90045-2
Ben DavisFWD$160,90037-1
Tyler BrownMID$251,50039-1
Marc PittonetRUC$411,200720
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Marsh Community Series Review | Eagles Vs Dockers

It a late afternoon game at Joondalup the Dockers took the Pre Season Derby win over the Eagles by a miserly one point 55 v 54 after a late and spirited fight back.

The Eagles had the game on their terms early playing a high possession kick/mark brand which magnified a few defenders stats, especially that of Liam Duggan’s 32 disposals and 12 marks.

It looked a laydown misere for the Eagles entering the last quarter before a strong fightback by Fremantle, as the tempo lifted albeit for last 10 minutes with both teams appearing keen to get a win.

Chief outs: West Coast: Darling, Allen and Cole Fremantle: Ryan, Aish, Mundy, and the injured Pearce, Hamling, and Acres.

Nat Fyfe:

A game-high 14 contested, owned by 36% in SC and unlikely to drop off this performance, 11 CBA’s and some time forward for his 115 SC points.

Andrew Brayshaw:

If this guy isn’t in your team or not on your watchlist as a forward you’re doing it wrong. He had 25 disposals, 10 contested, 8 tackles, 14 CBA’s priced at 70 in DT and 71 in SC, went at 1.3 PPM in AF for his 120 points.

Adam Cerra:

A tough one to get a gauge on imho, will definitely be unique but will he deliver, had 17 disposals with just the 5 CBA’s, Darcy Tucker may just be ahead of him atm for more midfield time.

Michael Walters:

If he gets enough midfield minutes he will be a very good pick in 2020. Sonny had a sensational 3rd quarter, the problem is he is a very dangerous forward and Freo lack what he brings to their offence. Regardless of the splits, he will definitely end up one of the top forwards of this year.

Lachie Schultz:

A lively forward rook who a few of us may have started in 2019. Unfortunately, his price has blown out in 2020 but he might need to consider after his 2 decent pre-season games and our shortage of low priced rooks atm.

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Serong and Sturt:

Two rookies to consider if they get named Round 1, with limited game time it’s going to be tough for them.

Stephen Hill:

He was taking the kickins in the absence of Ryan and setting up some creative plays. However, the problem is he’s been diagnosed with some quad awareness and is off for scans this week.

Conner Blakely:

‘Connie B’ didn’t play in the main game but responded to his axing with a BOG in the curtain raiser for Peel Thunder v The Eagles, will that be enough to start Round 1?

Elliot Yeo:

A game-high 33 disposals, 15 CBA’s, 7 tackles, was the top-scoring AFLFantasy player with 126 and he went at 1.4 PPM. His first 7 disposals were kicks but he let himself down a little with 18 of the next 26 disposals being handballs. Kick the ball Elliot.

Andrew Gaff:

Just the 4 CBA’s in his 32 disposals but ended up being the highest SC scorer on the ground with 133 points, also only owned by 2% in SC, an excellent unique option.

Tim Kelly:

He’s a fantastic addition in the midfield for the Eagles, wait until he gets his burners going, 29 with 8 contested, will be one of the best for the Eagles in 2020 imho.

Jarrad Brander:

A fwd/def rookie played a defensive wing type role and looks to have cemented a Round 1 spot, we need these guys.

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Nic Naitanui:

The usual type of game from Naitanui. Low time on the ground with plenty of points. Nic posted a 100 in SuperCoach, 64 in AFLFantasy. NicNat is currently the 14th most expensive ruck in SuperCoach, can you go there as your R2? He’s in 13% of SC teams.

Dom Sheed:

He was too good not to get a mention, played forward a bit and finished with 23 disposals and 2 goals, 99 SC. Champion Data will be looking very closely into his Fwd/Mid splits early in the year. I’m already expecting a Fwd Status addition in AF and UF

Marsh Community Series Review | Dockers v Blues

An interesting fantasy game this one – there were plenty of watchlist players running around for their first formal match practise of 2020. To start with however, here’s a list to keep in mind of important players who didn’t play:

Fremantle: Fyfe, Hill, Mundy, Walters, Pearce, Wilson, Hayden Young

Carlton: Betts, Cripps, Marchbank, McGovern, McKay, Murphy, Petrevski-Seton

So when reviewing players, their role, their performance & the match just keep the above in mind.

Rory Lobb

Lobb needs mentioning because he had such a big game, however there are some important things to note. The first is that Darcy didn’t play the second half due to a precautionary injury resting (per coach afterwards he should be fine) & the second is that Kreuzer didn’t play the second half either (Kreuze looked good in the first half too) so Lobb basically played ruck against Pittonet for half a game.

Having said that, he looked much better than Darcy in the first half anyway. He was more mobile, took more marks, looked more dangerous – it wouldn’t surprise if Freo again play Lobb as their main ruck and leave Darcy in the WAFL at times as happened last year. It makes for an interesting dynamic for draft leagues.

Andrew Brayshaw

Brayshaw played midfield and he got a lot of it when he was on. An excellent sign for those keen on him as a breakout ‘forward’ this year. Keep in mind the above players who didn’t play though so it’s hard to read anything definitive into his role & likely scoring just based on this game. He does look to be on the up though.

Blake Acres

Per Brayshaw above, had the midfield role we were hoping for (he’s another ‘forward’ this year) however, again, look at the list of outs above. We’ll want to see this role and output again in their 2nd match when Fyfe, Walters, Mundy etc are back.

Please read our full preseason take on him from the 50 Most Relevant Series here.

Connor Blakely

It’s like a record on repeat here – per Brayshaw & Acres above, Blakely certainly played a lot around the ball and through the midfield. Once again though, we need to see who stays in there when everyone’s playing. I will also note that his disposal wasn’t quite as clean as the other two, although he’s certainly a big lad in there and knows how to find it.

Please read our full preseason take on him from the 50 Most Relevant Series here.

Adam Cerra

Cerra certainly played a good chunk of the game in midfield and looked very solid. He was also around half-back at times. A clean ball user who was going at a high disposal efficiency throughout, he’s someone they’ll want to give the ball to as well. Role will be important when we get to the next praccy match again though.

Lachie Schultz

Probably too awkwardly priced to really be of note, it was still a really good game from the young forward. His disposal and decision making weren’t always clean but he got involved and threw himself into contests. Four goals straight was also an excellent return.

Caleb Serong

Looked really good, clean and promising. Probably too much in the midfield depth chart ahead of him to be worth his price tag this year but one for the future certainly.

Sam Walsh

Just the lazy 28 touches for Walsh in this game – obviously going to have the 2nd year Blues… But seriously, he looked as good as ever in this game. Too high a price to really be salary cap relevant this year but he will be in future years.

Sam Docherty

Let’s be honest, this is the Carlton player that most fantasy footy players wanted to see in this game. Given his discounted pricing & his previous averages, fitness & form were things that needed ticking off. Well, he’s certainly back to fitness – playing pretty much the whole game (albeit he suggested post-game that he did cramp late).

As for form? He did seem rusty early however grew into the match as it went on and really started to get some of those mark-kick combos in defense and up onto the wing. An excellent first up game for him all things considered.

Please read our full preseason take on him from the 50 Most Relevant Series here.

Mark Pittonet

Had a decent game but only played the 2nd half and that up against Lobb & High Dixon in the ruck. Kreuzer looked really good in the first half so doubtful that Pittonet plays unless Kreuzer gets injured (which, let’s be honest, does happen from time to time). A cheap ruck option for us but unless he’s named Round 1 it seems a premium price too far at this stage.

AFLFantasy Preseason Watchlist | Fremantle Dockers

Lewy & Checkers from Lane Kicking are back with their take on some Fremantle Dockers on their AFLFantasy watchlist.

BREAKOUT: Andrew Brayshaw – $516,000 (MID/FWD)

Third year for the former Pick 2, we are hoping he can show a similar break out to his brother Angus who went from a 77 average to 105 back in 2018. Averaged 25 touches at U/18 level, has posted averages of 67 and 70 in his first two seasons and we are hoping some more midfield will allow a player of his talent reach his true potential. Having FWD DPP puts him very high on our potential break out list and could be a dangerous one to snare in draft leagues

TRACK: Connor Blakely – $555,000 (DEF)

Was set to be one of the most selected defenders last year after posting back to back averages of 91 in 2017 and 2018, but a high grade hamstring tear early in the pre-season kept him on the sidelines until Round 9. We are hoping with a full pre-season under his belt, Blakely can resume his position on the half back flank and get his average back up into the 90s and be a very handy under-priced premium. Just keep an eye on his position during the pre-season as he was rotated in the midfield in 2019 which did see a drop in his scoring, but the natural development of young mids Brayshaw, Cerra and Banfield will hopefully see him back in defence.

ROOKIE: Caleb Serong – $256,000 (MID)

While we expect all three of the Dockers first round draftees to have some impact this year, Serong holds the most fantasy value in his game. His ability to play on the ball, as well as rotate forward and impact the scoreboard should see him get some early game time. He averaged 24 touches and 100 fantasy points at U/18 level last year so he could be a handy little money maker

UNDERDOG: Brett Bewley – $367,000 (FWD)

Normally if anything we see a drop off in numbers from the mature aged draftees in their second year, but keep a close eye on Bewley. Priced at an average of just 54, he played most of his first year on the half forward flank, but looks primed to move up the ground and hopefully take up the vacant wing position left by Ed Langdon. Was racking up very tidy numbers in the WAFL, is known around the club as one of the hardest workers on the track and has taken out both 2km time trials this pre-season. We think if given time on the wing he could get his average up and above the 80s which would make him a very handy cash cow for your F5 or F6