MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 1: Jack Macrae of the Bulldogs and Liam Duggan of the Eagles compete for the ball during the 2018 AFL round 02 match between the Western Bulldogs and the West Coast Eagles at Etihad Stadium on April 1, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media/Getty Images)

Defenders

Buy

Ed Richards (Western Bulldogs)

Getting Ed Richards at his current price is painful when you think about what you could’ve gotten him for at the start of the season, but he is still only $344k and he can put up a nice score.

Joel Smith (Melbourne)

Joel Smith has only played one game but there is very little on offer in terms of rookies at the moment and with a debut score of 91, Smith is the front-runner for must-have rookies.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – JUNE 11: Taylor Adams of the Magpies and Joel Smith of the Demons compete for the ball during the 2018 AFL round 12 match between the Melbourne Demons and the Collingwood Magpies at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on June 11, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media/Getty Images)

Sell

Sam Murray (Collingwood)

This Collingwood recruit was a Supercoach favourite at the start of the year but he hasn’t been in the side for a month and he is worth too much money to sit on the bench.

Hold

Jimmy Webster (St Kilda)

Jimmy Webster has been great for Supercoach this year but went down with a groin injury last week. He expected to only miss a couple of week so if you haven’t got many trades left hold on to him for now.

 

Midfielders

Buy

Tom Rockliff (Port Adelaide)

A risky move but if it works it will pay dividends. The Power have shifted Rockliff more into the midfield recently and his scores have spiked. His price is still very low so you’ll have to get him quickly.

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Callan Ward (GWS)

Callan Ward has been huge lately and he is only in one percent of teams so he is a great point of difference. Could be an easy swap from Macrae?

Sell

Jack Macrae (Western Bulldogs)

The Supercoach superstar has gone down with a hamstring injury and will miss a month of football. If you’re running low on trades then keep him but he is too valuable for the bench and could miss up to five weeks.

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA – JUNE 14: Sam Powell-Pepper of Port Adelaide hits Jack Macrae of the Bulldogs in the back during the round 13 AFL match between Port Adelaide Power and the Western Bulldogs at Adelaide Oval on June 14, 2018 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Mark Brake/Getty Images)

Dustin Martin (Richmond)

Sticking with Dusty has been hard but he hasn’t delivered and it’s time to move him on. He is losing money every week and we are getting to the pointy end of the season so it’s time to start making some culls.

Hold

Toby McLean (Western Bulldogs)

Toby McLean hurt his shoulder during last week’s game but the Bulldogs seem confident that even if they can’t get him up for this week, he will be right next week so don’t get rid of him yet.

Rucks

Buy

Patrick Ryder (Port Adelaide)

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After missing some footy, Paddy Ryder has found his form again and posted a score of 125 last week. Only thing to factor in is that he comes up against Max Gawn this week.

Sell

Jarrod Witts (Gold Coast)

Jarrod Witts was going well early in the season but he is too inconsistent. He can score over a hundred one week and then a 50 the next. There are better options in the ruck.

 

Forwards

Buy

Chad Wingard (Port Adelaide)

Another risky move to bring Chad Wingard into your team but he has pushed up into the midfield and has scored over 100 in the last two weeks. He is at an absolute bargain price of 394k.

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA – JUNE 14: Chad Wingard of Port Adelaide tackles Lukas Webb of the Bulldogs during the round 13 AFL match between Port Adelaide Power and the Western Bulldogs at Adelaide Oval on June 14, 2018 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Mark Brake/Getty Images)

Sell

Ed Langdon (Fremantle)

Ed Langdon was good early in the year but his scores are fading away and so is his price. Trade now while he’s still quite valuable.

Hold

Jesse Hogan (Melbourne)

Jesse Hogan only scored 59 in his last match against the Magpies but stick with him for the moment because Melbourne have some big games coming up and some big opportunities for Hogan to score big.