In warm conditions, the Crows finished off their pre-season in style with a commanding win over the Eagles. With the scoreboard blown out early, the sting was gone out from the game but there was still plenty of fantasy take aways.
Injuries create two things: Opportunities and Value. For Dom Sheed, an injury-interrupted season has meant a significant discount on his starting price for the 2023 season. So is he the perfect stepping stone for your starting squad?
For three consecutive seasons, Elliot Yeo has had horrible luck with injuries. The three seasons prior, he delivered premium-level scores across the formats. Entering the 2023 season, the question isn’t about his scoring potential, but can he finally get some luck with his health?
Elliot Yeo has been a dependable and consistent premium for multiple years. However, an injury derailed his past two seasons. Can he bounce back for us in 2022?
Sadly for Blues fans and keeper league coaches, Sam Petrevski-Seton couldn’t fulfil his potential at Carlton. So, could a change of clubs bring the spark back to his fantasy output?
Elliot Yeo has been a dependable and consistent premium for multiple years. However, an injury derailed his 2020 season. Can he bounce back for us in 2021?
A handful of seasons ago Alex Witherden was the ‘next big thing in fantasy football.’ However, over the past few seasons, he’s been in no man’s land. Now at the West Coast Eagles, will he reclaim his title?
Is Zac Langdon fantasy footy relevant at his new club?
Over the past two seasons, Andrew Gaff has been one of the most underrated and consistent midfield premiums. In 2020 will he continue on this trend?
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.