Fremantle and Port Adelaide battled it out at Fremantle Oval on Thursday night in conditions which had sunshine, rain, and the Fremantle Doctor pumping out some serious wind. As always, these factors need to be considered when trying to draw conclusions from players scores.
One of the most remarkable in-season fantasy football turnarounds came from Connor Rozee. From being in the dog house to winning the club’s best & fairest, the move into the midfield was sensational for both his confidence and his fantasy football output. The benefit of the slow scoring start is we have a forward premium with some inbuilt value. Are you on board in 2023?
All the talk this pre-season is about a Port Adelaide MID/FWD that could be one the best starting squad options. But none of it is about Zak Butters. He’s got the upside not just to match his more popular teammate, but he could be an even better pick.
Is Karl Amon fantasy relevant as a Hawk?
Over the past two seasons, Zak Butters has made the All Australian squad of 40 and has delivered a scattering of premium scores. Can he put it all together and be one of the best premium forwards in the game?
In a move that surprised some, Jeremy Finlayson has departed the Giants and is now a member of the Power. But is he fantasy relevant?
Everyone loves a breakout candidate, and one of the most anticipated is that of Connor Rozee. Will 2021 be his year?
Earlier today the AFL relocated the clash between St Kilda and Port Adelaide. The game will now take place a week later at Marvel Stadium. For fantasy football coaches this now provides a massive change to how we navigate the multi bye rounds.
The Power and the Lions did battle in the final Marsh Community Series match of the weekend. It was your typical bruise-free encounter, but we got to see some very fantasy-relevant names.
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?