Well, we’ve done it community. We’ve made it through those bloody bye rounds man.
However as many of you know, injuries and suspensions to several key fantasy players have many of us in deep strife again.
That’s why I’m urging youse all to stay calm and draw upon the wisdom from the Jock Reynolds Community to push through this tough time.
- SPORTSBET DREAMTEAM MARKETS ROUND 14 – click here
- SPORTSBET SUPERCOACH MARKETS ROUND 14 – click here
In the meantime, let’s have a punt and try and win some extra cash!
SUPER COACH HEAD TO HEAD MARKETS:
Kane Cornes ($1.95) vs Heath Shaw ($1.80)
I just can’t see past Heater Shaw here community. He has been on FIRE recently man. After a little bit of a hot and cold start to the season, Shaw has caught fire in his last two games with 147 SC points against Melbourne and 136 against the Western Bulldogs. Heater’s record against the Power is good as well, with an average of 101 SC points. Kane Cornes was very good at the start of the season but has showed signs of dropping off recently with only two SC tons in his past five. Despite the Power riding high after their big win last week, I’m still backing Heath Shaw to get the job done here.
Brad Ebert ($1.88) vs Chad Wingard ($1.88)
The Wingard boy was absolutely brilliant last week, in what was arguably his best game for the season he kicked three crucial goals; however he could only manage 103 SC points. I’ve watched Wingard closely this year and it’s been a bit of common occurrence with him – plenty of good games but not many big Supercoach scores. Considering his impact last week, I wouldn’t be surprised if he cops a tag pretty early on tomorrow. Can’t see him having a big game. Ebert has been brilliant in his last three games, with scores of 112, 108 and 119 SC points. Might be a close one here community, but I’m definitely leaning towards Ebert. Jump on!
Ryan O’Keefe ($1.88) vs Bryce Gibbs ($1.88)
Just reckon ROK has the edge at home on Gibbsy here dudes. Gonna be a close one, but with O’Keefe’s very good record at the SCG I’m backing him to get the job done over Gibbs. Whilst Gibbs’ form of late has been good, O’Keefe’s has also been very good – he averages 115 SC points in his last four games. ROK loves playing my Blues as well – funnily enough his career SC average against Carlton is also 115. On the other hand, Gibbs only averages 87 Sydney. ROK too good at home here.
DREAM TEAM INDIVIDUAL SCORES
Matthew Boyd Over ($1.85)/Under ($1.85) 115.5 DT points
Although he’s coming up against the Dees, I think 115 DT points may be just out of reach for Boyd. His numbers are definitely down this year and he doesn’t have the ability to pump out the big scores like he used to. His DT average is the lowest it’s been since 2009. Interestingly enough, despite Melbourne being uncompetitive for large parts of Boyd’s career he averages only 76 DT points against Melbourne. His last three against the Dees read 86, 93 and 84. On the unders here dudes!
Patrick Dangerfield Over ($1.75)/Under ($1.95) 100.5 DT points
DANGER! Look out community, Dangerfield was red hot against Richmond in his last start and after a week off I reckon he’ll be raring to go. Although his DT average this year is bang on 100, his record against Gold Coast is very good. Last time they met, Danger pumped out 136 DT points against the Suns and has a career average of 108 against them. I’m expecting this good run to continue. On the overs man!