The final game from the preseason saw two highly relevant fantasy teams face off at Casey Fields. The game was fairly uncontested, with dominant in the game, notably in the first half.
For the past six seasons, we’ve enjoyed the premium performances from Clayton Oliver in AFLFantasy, SuperCoach & DreamTeam. At 25, he’s still yet to hit his football prime. All the signs point to yet another season of dominance from Clarry.
In the offseason, Collingwood forced the hand of Brodie Grundy to move to another football club. As he lands at Melbourne, fantasy coaches wonder how well our favourite ‘set & forget’ ruck duo co-exist in a real-life football team.
Over the past eight seasons, Max Gawn has been a regular feature in our fantasy football sides. As he enters 2023, his ownership might not be as high as in previous seasons, but he holds the key to several possible outcomes for fantasy coaches this year.
One of the great thrills in fantasy football is when you nail a stepping stone midfielder, and they turn into a premium that you can keep for the season. Christian Salem has the proven potential to be that for you in 2023.
After years in the fantasy football wilderness, Angus Brayshaw emerged as one of the best defenders in 2022. Can he back it up and be relevant again in 2023?
What does the move of Luke Jackson mean for both Fremantle & Melbourne?
Entering 2021, Max Gawn was coming off the back of a sensational season. He was viewed as the must-have player in every starting squad. The conversation has turned marginally this preseason, with many still unsure about what his season will hold. For me, Gawn is still one of the most relevant players in 2022.
Every season people lament missing out on owning Clayton Oliver. They promise themselves that the next season will be different, and they’ll start with him. Then, the year happens, and they never get to own him, continuing the cycle. Is this the year you break the cycle and get on Clarry?
Everything went right for Christian Petracca and the Melbourne Football Club in 2021, resulting in a Norm Smith Medal and a drought-breaking premiership. The question everyone wants to know is, can CP5 continue his dominance entering into a new year?