One thing that separates good coaches from great coaches is that they aren’t just looking at trades for this week. Rather great coaches are looking multiple weeks ahead to be ready to be traded into their teams. In this new series, we look at players who this week and the following two weeks will have likely bottomed out in price and could be a tasty trade target for your side. Each week we’ll focus on the players in DreamTeam, AFLFantasy and SuperCoach you should be forecasting to bring into your side because they are ripe for the picking.
Midweek there was no inclination about what was to unfold across this weekend. Sure, the weather reports were telling us it’d be the coldest day of the year but no one warned us it would affect so many players this weekend.
What a big day of footy with three state based rivalry clashes. The first of them went down at Giants Stadium. From cash cows to stepping stones and premiums, we’ve got plenty of fantasy relevant players to consider from this game. Here’s my AAMI Community series review of the Swans Vs Giants.
We are now just over 20 days away from the first game kicking off for the SuperCoach season. With so many teams looking similar, I thought I’d look at what high quality players aren’t in more than 10% of teams. So I decided to look at 10 Low Ownership SuperCoach Preseason Targets.
Not many have the proven scoring history that can match it with Josh Kelly. So why is his ownership numbers so low? It’s for one simple reason.
The festival of football continues, and for fantasy football coaches we’ll have under 24 hours between lockout lifting and the upcoming round commencing. To help coaches through round 12, let’s look at the players that are ripe for the picking and ready to be traded into your side.
Each week we’ll focus on the players in DreamTeam and SuperCoach you should be forecasting to bring into your side.
We’ve decided to look at who I believe has been the best SuperCoach performer from each AFL club over the past ten years. Here’s who I believe it is for GWS Giants.
A replay of last years boring Grand Final (unless you’re a Tigers fan.) This time the result was very different. Sadly for them, they didn’t even pick up premiership points. Regardless of the result, we learnt plenty from a fantasy footy perspective.
For the first time in over a decade, State of Origin Footy is back! And while on first glance it may not seem like it, but it has huge implications on our fantasy footy teams for 2020.