PERTH, AUSTRALIA - MAY 01: Josh Kennedy of the Eagles celebrates a goal during the round six AFL match between the West Coast Eagles and the Collingwood Magpies at Domain Stadium on May 1, 2016 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)

Max Gawn – MELB|RUC|$455,600

Gawn did look like he picked up a minor injury last week, however, still managed to rack up over 100 points. This week his side takes on North Melbourne, who he normally plays well against. Watch out for a potentially season high score for Max Gawn this week.

Dylan Roberton – STK|DEF|$444,900

Didn’t have an overwhelmingly good game last week, however, still scored above 90. Now without Montagna, expect Roberton to take full advantage and get a lot more of the ball. The Saints face a tough task against Port Adelaide, but the defender could have a day out.

Josh J. Kennedy – WCE|FWD|$428,900

Kennedy was unstoppable last week, any time the ball went into the Eagles’ forward line you knew he would be there. It could very well be the spark in his return from injury. In his past four games against the Lions he has kicked a total of 20 goals, including a bag of eight last year.

Jack Redden – WCE|MID|$393,700

Redden has a season average of 74 points, however, his three round average currently sits at an impressive 105. This week he plays Brisbane, and could very well register another triple digit score. Could be the x-factor for any SuperCoach side that has him.

Taylor Garner – NM|FWD|$323,900

One of the most exciting young North Melbourne players and he delivered in spades last week. His three round average is 20 points more than that of his regular season, and his 119 against Essendon was a season high. As a mid-tier player he is a big risk, but keep an eye out for this young gun.