On a beautiful Thursday evening in Ipswich, the reigning premiers Geelong took on the Lions at Brighton Homes Arena. We’ve got plenty of fantasy-relevant names to discuss, so let’s check out my game review.
Over the past few seasons, one of the most reliable premium defenders has been Tom Stewart. But, after finally achieving the ultimate goal of a premiership, is it business as usual for this Cat? Or will we start to see a change in his fantasy football scoring? PLAYER PROFILE Name: Tom StewartAge: 29Club: Geelong
From the 2022 season, we’ve lost plenty of topline defensive premiums. One of the potential big gains is Mitch Duncan. This premiership Cat shapes as one of the new defenders that could populate our teams in 2023.
Is Jack Bowes fantasy footy relevant as a Cat?
Now and then, we’re gifted a player in our forward lines that are just a walk-up in our starting squads. In 2022 we’ve been given Mitch Duncan as a MID/FWD. Is he as obvious a selection as he appears? Or are there some underlying signs we need to be scared of?
One of the most underrated fantasy footy premiums over the past two seasons is Geelong midfielder, Cam Guthrie. With coaches clamouring to spend the megabucks on the big premiums, Guthrie looms as one of the best sneaky options in 2022.
The first official ‘trade’ of the period went down, with Nathan Kreuger heading to Collingwood. But is the first AFL Trade a SuperCoach or AFLFantasy relevant move?
For years Patrick Dangerfield has been a prominent feature of our fantasy football sides. With him now available to be picked in our forward lines it feels like an easy selection. But is he someone you can start with?
If you have owned Tom Stewart at any point in the past two seasons, you’ll have been thrilled with his scoring. He looks set to be another top tier scoring defensive premium in 2021.
Jeremy Cameron was the highest profile player movement during the most recent AFL trade period. After a poor 2019 can he bounce back in 2020?