MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 09: Isacc Heeney of the Swans (L) and Luke Parker celebratesa goal during the round 12 AFL match between the St Kilda Saints and the Sydney Swans at Etihad Stadium on June 9, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images)



Luke Ryan (Fremantle)

This Freo defender has had a superb year so far and currently sits on a five-round average of 116.2, but is only in five percent of teams. He is expensive but if you’ve got some spare money to upgrade an underperforming premium, use it here.

Jeremy McGovern (West Coast)

Jeremy McGovern has been starring for the Eagles lately and he is much lower in price than Ryan. The Eagles have some big games coming up and McGovern could put some more big scores on the board.

PERTH, AUSTRALIA – MARCH 11: Jeremy McGovern of the Eagles looks to pass the ball during the JLT Community Series AFL match between the Fremantle Dockers and the West Coast Eagles at HBF Arena on March 11, 2018 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)


Riley Bonner (Port Adelaide)

Riley Bonner was a must have for everyone at the beginning of the year and with a score of 119 in round one we thought we were onto a winner. Since then his numbers have dropped dramatically and his price isn’t doing much either so best to trade him.


James Sicily (Hawthorn)

The Hawthorn hothead’s scores have been fluctuating lately but don’t give up on him yet. He can produce some huge scores and Hawthorn have some big games coming up.



Jordan Cunico (Geeloong)

Jordan Cunico sits on a mid-price of $355,400 and has been scoring well lately. There’s a number of players that have dropped in price to a point where its hard to find a replacement but Cunico could be the answer.

Mitch Duncan (Geelong)

The Cats midfielder has been flying under the radar with all the other class around him but Mitch Duncan deserves to be included in the conversations around the Geelong midfield. He is premium price but he’s been scoring just as well as Patrick Dangerfield and Joel Selwood.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – APRIL 17: Mitch Duncan of the Cats celebrates kicking a goal during the round four AFL match between the Hawthorn Hawks and the Geelong Cats at Melbourne Cricket Ground on April 17, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)


Luke Davies-Uniacke (North Melbourne)

A lot of people still have Luke Davies-Uniacke in their team but he’s not getting a game anymore and his price is almost 200k. He’s keeping the bench warm but you can find someone cheaper to do that.


Trent Cotchin (Richmond)

The Tigers skipper has never been a Supercoach favourite but he has been doing well this year. He has dropped off over the last couple of weeks but with a bye coming up, he might come good again. Hold him for now.



Nic Naitanui (West Coast)

Just about all of the premium ruckmen have a bye this week except for Nic Nat. If you really need to bring someone in, he is the best of them.


Shaun McKernan (Essendon)

The Bombers ruckman turned forward was huge when he came into the side in round eight but he’s slowly faded away and he’s losing the money he earned early on. Trade him if you’ve got enough money to bring in someone good.


Max Gawn (Melbourne)

Max Gawn’s score of 76 is his lowest of the year but don’t turn your back on him yet. He will bounce back.

Max Gawn during a Melbourne Demons AFL training session on February 21, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia.



Tom Papley (Sydney)

Tom Papley has come into his own recently and has started producing some nice scores. Be wary of the fact they’ve come against Brisbane and Carlton but nonetheless he could be handy if you need a forward on the cheaper side.

Isaac Heeney (Sydney)

The Swan’s superstar looked like being another Supercoach fail after round eight but he has found form again and it flying with scores of 134, 105 and 128 over the last three weeks.


Charlie Spargo (Melbourne)

Charlie Spargo started well with scores of 81 and 78 in his first two matches but his scores since then have been well below that. If  you can find a better option then trade him out.


Robbie Gray (Port Adelaide)

Robbie Gray was huge earlier in the year but has been playing more minutes in the forward line recently and his scores have dropped off a little bit. He is worth holding for a while to see if he can get some more big scores up.

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – APRIL 01: Robbie Gray of the Power controls the ball during the round two AFL match between the Sydney Swans and the Port Adelaide Power at the Sydney Cricket Ground on April 1, 2018 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Brett Hemmings/AFL Media/Getty Images)