Vince Gambino Fantasy Footy Punt Club Round 20

Filed in Supercoach, Vince Gambino AFL Fantasy God by on August 9, 2013 • views: 656

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Well it’s finally arrived community.

The fantasy football finals are finally here and I can tell youse all I’m bloody excited about it.

Congratulations to all you beloved members of this magnificent Jock Reynolds Fantasy Football Community that have made it through to your respective finals series. The road to the Holy Grail begins this week!

SUPERCOACH HEAD TO HEAD MARKETS

Ricky Henderson ($1.80) vs Brad Crouch ($1.95)
Tell youse what, the Crows have found an absolute beauty in Brad Crouch here. After struggling with form and injuries in the first half of the year, the man is starting to answer to all the hype surrounding him as he came out 100 against Fremantle followed by 101 against Port Adelaide. Whilst Henderson’s form has been pretty good over the past month, I’m still not 100% convinced over his consistency. Plus I think at $1.95, I reckon there’s too much value in Crouch to ignore. Jump on community!

Will Minson ($1.88) vs Tom Liberatore ($1.88)
Tell ya what, reckon myself and the boy Tommy Liberatore have a lot in common. My life was heading into turmoil before Jock picked me up off the streets and offered me a second chance in life. Libba was also offered a second chance in his AFL life after he was caught popping a Gary Ablett down on King St one night. But hasn’t he turned it around since then! Libba’s averaged 104 SC points this year and 120 in his fast four games. Griffen usually cops the opposition’s best tagger which gives Libba the freedom he needs. Big Will Minson was superb in the first half of the season but has gradually started to slow down since then; his form has dropped off towards the back end of the season. Get the coin on Libba here community!

Jaeger O’Meara ($1.85) vs Harley Bennell ($1.90)
As good as the Jaeger bomb has been this season; he’s finally starting to show signs of slowly starting to decrease his output. As they’re up against the pathetic Melbourne Football Club, I still believe O’Meara will score OK but there’s another man who loves feasting on the Dees. Taking out 2011, where Harley Bennell was just getting used to the rigours of AFL footy, his last two Supercoach scores against Melbourne read 193 and 121. Incredibly hard to ignore. Although Bennell’s missed a fair bit of footy due to injury this year, I’ve got a feeling he’s gonna finish the season like a house on fire. Get one home for the Punt Club Harley boy.

Jeremy Cameron ($1.85) vs Jonathan Giles ($1.90)
Gonna take a brave man to bet against Jeremy Cameron with the form he’s in but I tell youse what, that’s what you sometimes need in this caper…a little bit of guts. Going over to Perth to play the Dockers – the stingiest defence in the league – will be a bloody tough ask for Cameron which is why I’m leaning towards big Jonno Giles in this one. Although the big ruckman’s output has dropped off slightly this year compared to last, I’ve got a feeling he won’t need a big score to beat Cameron in this one.

As always, would love to hear who you’re backing this week community!

Tweet us @Vince_Gambino or simply post a comment in the section below. And remember, it’s only a bit of fun…so keep it safe

Happy Punting,

Vince “Teflon” Gambino

 

 

 

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  1. @MRB37 says:

    Definitely like Crouch selection, although I worry with Batman (Rory Sloane) returning, his output may drop off a tad. I do worry slightly on Minson that with an in form Kruezer missing, he'll towel up Warnock and will net a big 120+ score for the week, so I might stay away from that one.

    In SC head2head there's two picks that stand out to me. Firstly is Dustin Martin (1.88) v Brett Deledio (1.88). Martin has a 4 week average of 114.25 where Deledio is at 88.75. Lids had two bad weeks in a row, but picked it up a bit last week, but he's shown he's a guy who won't score well if tagged.

    The other one is Bryce Gibbs (1.90) v Kade Simpson (1.85). Kade has a 4 week average of 118.75 where Gibbs is at 74.5 (hasn't scored over 90 in 5 weeks).

    Simpson is looking like a pick i'll multi with the Harley Bennell (3.51), Brad Crouch (3.60) or Dustin Martin (3.47) for the week and hope it pans out.

    In the DT i'm taking Heath Scotland (1.75) over Chris Judd (2.10). Judd hasn't cracked the DT ton since round 12 and Scotland has scores of 120+ over the past two rounds. Also took Herley Bennell (1.80) over Colin Sylvia (1.95)

  2. DanGreen says:

    My top 4 for the week:

    1) Crouch

    2) Scott Selwood over Kennedy – Possibly Priddis out, Selwood should be the main WCE midfielder;

    3) Mayne over Clarke – Playing the Giants, means Mayne will be kicking lots of goals, and Clarke won't be doing much ruckwork with Sandy in the team

    4) Mitchell over Roughead – Mitchell is in sensational form at the moment.

    I would probable like Watson over Goddard – IF Goddard plays. And Simpson over Gibbs is usually pretty safe.

  3. DanGreen says:

    Finally scored four from four – about time Sportsbet paid me some cash ;-)

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