The Brisbane Lions captain was one of the form players of fantasy footy over the final few months of 2019. Does that scoring continue entering into 2020?
He was one of the surprise packet premiums of 2017, but an irregular heartbeat has derailed his football career up til now. Thankfully he’s got the medical all-clear and presents fantasy coaches a real value selection.
Plenty went right for the Giants in season 2019. One thing that didn’t was a season-ending injury in round one to then captain Callan Ward. If he can get back to his fantasy footy best, then in 2020 we have a firm bargain pick.
In 2019 he was one of the most popular midprice selections that turned out to be a season-long keeper. Is Zac Williams a good selection in 2020?
Over the past five seasons, he’s been one of the most consistent and durable defenders in the game. He deserves his place this year in the 50 most relevant.
Injuries have been cruel to the West Coast Eagles ruckman. The one positive of another injury-interrupted season is we can get some supreme value for a proven performer.
He broke out late in 2019 and became one of the top-scoring defensive eligible players across all formats of the game. Can he do it for a full season? Or was it just a purple patch?
An ACL Injury ruined his 2019 season just minutes into the year. Thanks to a tasty discount, this young Crow could be the perfect stepping stone in 2020.
For years Blake Acres has shown he has the potential to breakout. At a new club is 2020 finally his time?
And so it begins! Another fantasy football preseason filled with optimism, hope and the possibilities that in 2019 maybe this year will be your year for fantasy success.