BRISBANE, QUEENSLAND - MAY 26: Lance Franklin of the Swans celebrates a goal during the round 10 AFL match between the Brisbane Lions and the Sydney Swans at The Gabba on May 26, 2018 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Jason O'Brien/AFL Media/Getty Images)



Logan Austin (St Kilda)

Logan Austin has only played one game for the Saints, but when that one game was a score of 106, he’s hard to ignore. With a depleted St Kilda backline for at least a couple of weeks, he will get games and there should be plenty of ball coming back there.

Jimmy Webster (St Kilda)

The St Kilda fan favourite is in career-best form and is averaging 116.8 over the last five rounds. He is premium price but he’s only in 4% of teams so he is a great point of difference.

PERTH, AUSTRALIA – MAY 12: Jimmy Webster of the Saints marks the ball during the round eight AFL match between the Fremantle Dockers and the St Kilda Saints at Optus Stadium on May 12, 2018 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)


Jeremy Finlayson (GWS)

Jeremey Finlayson started the year really well, but has since dropped off and now finds himself in the twos, which is concerning considering all the injuries the Giants. He’s had his chance to redeem himself but now it’s time to trade and use the money he’s made to upgrade your team.


Sam Murray (Collingwood)

This running defender was all the rage for defender rookies at the start of the season but he has since gone quiet. The Pies gave him a rest last week and we need to wait and see if they bring him back in this week but he is worth holding on to.




Dayne Beams (Brisbane)

Dayne Beams has had to give up his captaincy at the Lions, but that isn’t affecting his form. He can be very hit and miss, but a score of 140 last week against the Swans shows he could be worth bringing into your side.

Will Hoskin-Elliot (Collingwood)

If you’re looking for a mid-priced midfielder then Will Hoskin-Elliot could be the man. He’s not consistent but he can put some big scores on the board and he scores well in big games.


Jack Higgins (Richmond)

This Tigers youngster showed promise with a score of 91 earlier in the season, but since then he has only been scoring in the 50s and it is probably time to downgrade to a cheaper option.

Dustin Martin (Richmond)

Dusty is breaking the hearts of Supercoach players with his below average scores but save him for one more week. He has been best on ground against Essendon in their last few encounters and always performs on the big stage.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – MAY 26: Dustin Martin of the Tigers looks to pass the ball during the round 10 AFL match between the Richmond Tigers and the St Kilda Saints at Melbourne Cricket Ground on May 26, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)



Tom Bellchambers (Essendon)

The Bombers big man scored 109 from three disposals last week. His tap work has been very good this year and now that his midfielders are beginning to stand up around the stoppages, his hit out to advantage numbers have been huge. A cheaper option than your Brodie Grundy and Max Gawn types.


Jordan Roughead (Western Bulldogs)

The Bulldogs keep giving Jordan Roughead his chance but he is not delivering. Not many people have got him, but on the off-chance that you do, offload.


Aaron Sandilands (Fremantle)

Big Sandi is out this week with concussion but he should be back next week. It is not worth using a trade on him with the bye rounds coming up.




Timothy Smith (Melbourne)

Tim Smith has come from the clouds and answered our needs for a decent forward rookie. It will be hard for him to back up a 91 and 101 this week, but either way he’s in for a big pay day after this round.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – MAY 20: Tim Smith of the Demons in action during the 2018 AFL round nine match between the Carlton Blues and the Melbourne Demons at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on May 20, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media/Getty Images)

Michael Walters (Fremantle)

It didn’t take long for Michael Walters to hit form again and with a score of 146 you’d be pretty happy if you’ve stuck with him while he was out. He is till only $419k which is an absolute bargain.


Zac Giles-Langdon (GWS)

Zac Giles-Langdon hasn’t shown much Supercoach form but we’ve kept him because he gets a game and could be a handy emergency. There’s better people to have on your bench as an emergency so just trade him.

Toby Greene (GWS)

This GWS superstar is a Supercoach favourite but we haven’t seen him on the park for five weeks and the Giants still don’t know when he will be back. They have swirled around the idea that he could be back after the bye but it doesn’t sound convincing. Trade him out until he’s back.


Lance Franklin (Sydney)

Buddy is a superstar, that goes without saying. As a key forward his Supercoach scores are always going to fluctuate and you shouldn’t be scared off by his score of 60 last week against the Lions in bad conditions in Queensland. This week the Swans take on the Blues at home and it wouldn’t surprise if Buddy had an absolute field day here. Don’t give up on him yet.