during the round nine AFL match between the West Coast Eagles and the Richmond Tigers at Optus Stadium on May 20, 2018 in Perth, Australia.



Jake Lloyd (Sydney)

Jake Lloyd started the year at a very high price and many weren’t keen on him but his form over the last few weeks has been huge. He’s averaged 113 over the last five weeks and 127 over the last three.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – MAY 11: Jake Lloyd of the Swans in action in his 100th game during the 2018 AFL round eight match between the Hawthorn Hawks and the Sydney Swans at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on May 11, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media/Getty Images)

Zach Tuohy (Geelong)

The Geelong defender started the year off slow but he has regained his best form and was the Cats’ top scorer last week. His price has dropped quite low so you can get him cheap at the moment.


Luke Hodge (Brisbane)

Luke Hodge isn’t at the Lions to score big stats and his Supercoach numbers are reflecting that. While he is cheap, he is only averaging 74 for the year. If you are one of the two percent of teams that still have him, trade.

Nicholas Coffield (St Kilda)

The Saints’ high draft pick from last year was a must have earlier in the season, but his scores have really faded away. His three and five-round averages sit in the 50s. Trade and use his money to upgrade another player.


Alex Witherden (Brisbane)

This week’s rising star nominee has been quiet for the last couple of rounds, but he is worth holding on to for a couple of weeks to see if he can turn it around.

Sam Murray (Collingwood)

Sam Murray was one of the finds of the season for Collingwood and Supercoach players alike, but his scores have dropped over the last couple of weeks. Don’t trade him just yet, he might get a break soon and then turn his form around.



Hunter Clarke (St Kilda)

If you are in need of someone who is getting consistent games and isn’t too high in price, Hunter Clarke could be the man. He scored 82 last week and seems to be finding his feet in a weak St Kilda midfield.

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Marcus Bontempelli (Bulldogs)

The Bont is back! His three-round average sits at 132.3 and he could be a nice inclusion if you can’t afford the likes of Jack Macrae and Tom Mitchell. Bontempelli is also only in 11% of teams so he’s a good point of difference.

Hugh Greenwood (Adelaide)

Hugh Greenwood is holding the Adelaide midfield together at the moment. They’re all falling around him and he is stepping up to the plate. He is still within the 400k range and has averaged 108 over the last three weeks.


Dom Barry (Port Adelaide)

Dom Barry is one that a lot of us started with because he was already built for AFL, but he hasn’t scored above 62 and is still only 182k. It’s time to trade and look for a better rookie.

Gary Ablett (Geelong)

After the Cats’ shock loss to Essendon last week, the talk through the media was whether Gaz is still up to it. His price is still very high but he hasn’t scored above 100 since round 2. Trade now.

during the round nine AFL match between the Essendon Bombers and the Geelong Cats at Melbourne Cricket Ground on May 19, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia.


Tim Kelly (Geelong)

Tim Kelly should get some kind of Supercoach MVP award for his outstanding season so far. A score of 48 last week has got people thinking about trading him, but hold on to him for now because he can bounce back and score big, especially at Geelong’s home fortress against an inexperienced Blues side.



Shaun McKernan (Essendon)

Since the Bombers lost Joe Daniher to injury, Shaun McKernan has come in and exceeded all expectations. Scores of 94 and 114 over the last two weeks will most likely lead to a price jump after this round so bring him in if you’re looking for a ruck bargain.


Sam Jacobs (Adelaide)

Sam Jacobs has never been a Supercoach favourite and his scores show why. He is in six percent of teams but is only averaging 77 for the year. Trade before he costs you anymore money.

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Callum Sinclair (Sydney)

Callum Sinclair was the ruck wildcard at the beginning of the year and he paid off for those who took the gamble. His scores have progressively gotten worse but give him a week or two to bounce back.



Jordan de Goey (Collingwood)

The troublesome Jordan de Goey has quickly become one of the most sought out players in the AFL. His three-round average of 108.7 speaks for itself and he is still only 450k and in three percent of teams. Get him in if you’re looking for some forward options.

Jack Darling (West Coast)

If someone told you that Jack Darling was a must have for your Supercoach team at the start of the year, you probably would have laughed in their face. The powerful forward has only scored below 100 three times for the year and it seems no defender can stop him. The real kicker here is that he is only in four percent of teams. Buy.

PERTH, AUSTRALIA – MAY 20: Jack Darling of the Eagles kicks on goal during the 2018 AFL round nine match between the West Coast Eagles and the Richmond Tigers at Optus Stadium on May 20, 2018 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Will Russell/AFL Media)


Jack Billings (St Kilda)

If you’re still telling yourself that Jack Billings will find some form, then just stop. There is a chance he will, but an bigger chance he won’t, so just get rid of him now before his price gets any worse.

Luke Dahlhaus (Western Bulldogs)

Luke Dahlhaus hasn’t been terrible but he hasn’t been great either. He is still a nice price so it’s best to trade him now before his price gets any lower.


Michael Walters (Fremantle)

After being out with injury, a score of 82 at the SCG isn’t bad for Michael Walters. If you stuck with him while he was out, stick with him for a couple more weeks and see if he can get his scores back into the hundreds.