Round 21 Supercoach Scouting Report

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VonCrow_smallHowdy folks, it’s Barron Von Crow here and welcome to our Round 21 Supercoach Scouting Report.

The first week of Supercoach Finals is now out of the way, for some that’ll mean you have the week off if you’ve won your League matchups, while others will still be fighting the elimination this week while others may have been knocked out entirely. But even if you don’t have a league matchup that doesn’t mean you can take the week off as we’ve still got our overall rankings to worry about!

Round 20 seemed to be hit and miss from some of the scores I saw around the place, with many getting in the 2500-2600 range, while others struggled with scores in the 2200’s. Whatever you scored in Round 20, I’m sure there’s plenty of room for improvement in Round 21, so lets get moving and check out what’s in store for us in Round 21.

Also, remember to look out for the red and green Supercoach scores, RED = bad, GREEN = good which may help you out when it comes to picking your captains for the week

First up, the Top 10 scorers for Round 20
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The Crows took care of business up in Brisbane, with Rory Sloane and Sam Jacobs recording season highs in Supercoach. Tom Rockliff also got in on the action up there in Queensland, recording a triple double on the stat sheet with 40 disposals, 10 marks and 10 tackles, which netted him 158 Supercoach Points. Jarrad Waite has been in terrific form since his return in Round 18 with another big score of 160 to his name. Travis Boak had a great game at AO with 31 possies, 9 tackles and 2 goals for 162 Supercoach Points, along with Matt Priddis who racked up a lazy 42 possessions and 155 Supercoach Points in his sides win against Collingwood. Drew Petrie finally pulled his finger out, and just in time for many with a score of 149 and the Collingwood merry-go-round continued, this time Steele Sidebottom made the top 10 list with a score of 145 Supercoach Points.

We also had Captain worthy scores from the likes of Todd Goldstein (143 Supercoach Points), Brandon Ellis and Taylor Walker (133 Supercoach Points), Michael Barlow (132 Supercoach Points), Dyson Heppell (129 Supercoach Points) and Kade Simpson, Scott Pendlebury and Joel Selwood (128 Supercoach Points) to consider as well.

And our Overall Top 10 list for the year now looks like
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Tommy Rockliff continues to build a gap between him and the rest of the Top 10, the distance between 2nd and 3rd now stretching out to 6 points. Selwood missed out on the Top 10 for this week, but still finds himself 4 points clear of Travis Boak who has leapt above Tom Liberatore and is now 6 points clear of young Libba for 4th. Steele Sidebottom has moved onto 8th on his own, knocking Marc Murphy down to 9th, with 21 points now being the cutoff point for 10th place, which is now being occupied by Montagna and Fyfe, leaving Mumford, Johnson and Hanley on 11th.

Now, on to the games!

Carlton VS Geelong

Friday, August 15th, 7:20pm @ Etihad Stadium

Last time they met: Round 12, 2014 – Carlton LOST TO Geelong – 102-107
Key scores: Bryce Gibbs 153, Matthew Stokes 134, Tom Hawkins 127, Joel Selwood 122

Key players:

Bryce Gibbs

Price – $557,400 – Avg 107 – BE 129
Last 3 VS Geelong: Rd 12, 2014: 153, Rd 3, 2013: 95, Rd 11, 2012: 81
Total VS Geelong Averages: 8 games, 112.2 Supercoach Points, High Score of 153
@ Etihad Stadium Averages: 99.8 Supercoach Points, High Score of 192

Marc Murphy

Price – $546,100 – Avg 110 – BE 110
Last 3 VS Geelong: Rd 12, 2014: 88, Rd 3, 2013: 114, Rd 9, 2011: 145
Total VS Geelong Averages: 7 games, 110.0 Supercoach Points, High Score of 145
@ Etihad Stadium Averages: 100.0 Supercoach, High Score of 153

Kade Simpson

Price – $500,300 – Avg 100 – BE 67
Last 3 VS Geelong: Rd 12, 2014: 76, Rd 3, 2013: 42, Rd 11, 2012: 113
Total VS Geelong Averages: 9 games, 92.4 Supercoach Points, High Score of 131
@ Etihad Stadium Averages: 95.7 Supercoach Points, High Score of 151

Joel Selwood

Price – $645,100 – Avg 120 – BE 110
Last 3 VS Carlton: Rd 12, 2014: 122, Rd 3, 2013: 74, Rd 11, 2012: 154
Total VS Carlton Averages: 8 games, 107.0 Supercoach Points, High Score of 154
@ Etihad Stadium Averages: 105.4 Supercoach Points, High Score of 154

Steven Johnson

Price – $526,900 – Avg 107 – BE 205
Last 3 VS Carlton: Rd 12, 2014: 84, Rd 3, 2013: 75, Rd 11, 2012: 60
Total VS Carlton Averages: 7 games, 62.2 Supercoach Points, High Score of 92
@ Etihad Stadium Averages: 98.3 Supercoach Points, High Score of 160

Jimmy Bartel

Price – $461,100 – Avg 102 – BE 86
Last 3 VS Carlton: Rd 12, 2014: 80, Rd 3, 2013: 106, Rd 11, 2012: 100
Total VS Carlton Averages: 9 games, 92.0 Supercoach Points, High Score of 112
@ Etihad Stadium Averages: 106.5 Supercoach Points, High Score of 161

Captain Pick(s):

A perfect slot for a Joel Selwood Vice Captain pick. He scored 128 against the Dockers last week and should be good to go for another round of at least that much again here. Steven Johnson struggled again against Fremantle last week and his record against the Blues isn’t much better, never cracking the ton against them. Gibbs and Murphy were OK last week, scoring 115 and 117 in their win against the Gold Coast, but most would be looking for a better type of score than that from their VC picks.

Sydney VS St Kilda

Saturday, August 16th, 1:15pm @ SCG

Last time they met: Round 21, 2013 – Sydney BEAT St Kilda – 118-59
Key scores: Josh P. Kennedy 136, Jarryn Geary 130, Jesse White 121, Jack Steven 116

Key players:

Josh P. Kennedy

Price – $563,400 – Avg 118 – BE 120
Last 3 VS St Kilda: Round 21, 2013: 136, Rd 5, 2013: 109, Rd 17, 2012: 157
Total VS St Kilda Averages: 7 games, 112.1 Supercoach Points, High Score of 157
@ SCG Averages: 109.1 Supercoach Points, High Score of 157

Jarrad McVeigh

Price – $510,500 – Avg 104 – BE 94
Last 3 VS St Kilda: Round 21, 2013: 76, Rd 5, 2013: 125, Rd 17, 2012: 127
Total VS St Kilda Averages: 11 games, 91.2 Supercoach Points, High Score of 128
@ SCG Averages: 90.9 Supercoach Points, High Score of 158

Lance Franklin

Price – $522,700 – Avg 94 – BE 130
Last 3 VS St Kilda: Rd 6, 2012: 131, Rd 8, 2011: 122, Rd 17, 2010: 88
Total VS St Kilda Averages: 7 games, 86.5 Supercoach Points, High Score of 131
@ SCG Averages: 103.3 Supercoach Points, High Score of 146

Nick Riewoldt

Price – $517,000 – Avg 91 – BE 124
Last 3 VS Sydney: Rd 21, 2013: 93, Rd 5, 2013: 152, Rd 17, 2012: 73
Total VS Sydney Averages: 11 games, 108.0 Supercoach Points, High Score of 163
@ SCG Averages: 101.2 Supercoach Points, High Score of 155

Lenny Hayes

Price – $559,500 – Avg 105 – BE 100
Last 3 VS Sydney: Rd 5, 2013: 131, Rd 17, 2012: 103, Rd 9, 2012: 103
Total VS Sydney Averages: 6 games, 104.6 Supercoach Points, High Score of 131
@ SCG Averages: 103.0 Supercoach Points, High Score of 103

Jack Steven

Price – $382,400 – Avg 84 – BE 72
Last 3 VS Sydney: Rd 21, 2013: 116, Rd 5, 2013: 78, Rd 17, 2012: 68
Total VS Sydney Averages: 5 games, 94.6 Supercoach Points, High Score of 143
@ SCG Averages: 92.0 Supercoach Points, High Score of 116

Captain Pick(s):

JPK or Franklin would be the picks for this game, both producing C worthy scores last time they played St Kilda (Although Franklins last game against the Saints was over 2 years ago). Kennedy hasn’t pumped out a massive C worthy score since Round 17 against Carlton, but I think this could be the week we see a return to form for him. A nice VC option if you don’t have Joel Selwood on your team. Lenny Hayes has been in terrific form as he finishes out his last season, so he could also be an option if you want to put the VC on him one last time for sentimentalities sake.

GC Suns VS Pt Adelaide

Saturday, August 16th, 1:40pm @ Metricon Stadium

Last time they met: Round 21, 2013 – Gold Coast LOST TO Port Adelaide - 96-113
Key scores: Travis Boak 172, Harley Bennell 137, Danny Stanley 118, Matt Broadbent 116

Key players:

Dion Prestia

Price – $480,800 – Avg 104 – BE 106
Last 3 VS Port Adelaide: Rd 21, 2013: 82, Rd 4, 2013: 81, Rd 9, 2012: 95
Total VS Port Adelaide Averages: 3 games, 86.0 Supercoach Points High Score of 95
@ Metricon Stadium Averages: 92.5 Supercoach Points, High Score of 151

Jaeger O’Meara

Price – $486,300 – Avg 100 – BE 88
Last 3 VS Port Adelaide: Rd 21, 2013: 89, Rd 4, 2013: 100
Total VS Port Adelaide Averages: 2 games, 94.5 Supercoach Points
@ Metricon Stadium Averages: 99.8 Supercoach Points, High Score of 143

David Swallow

Price – $472,400 – Avg 102 – BE 132
Last 3 VS Port Adelaide: Rd 21, 2013: 85, Rd 4, 2013: 45, Rd 5, 2011: 91
Total VS Port Adelaide Averages: 3 games, 73.6 Supercoach Points, High Score of 91
@ Metricon Stadium Averages: 81.7 Supercoach Points, High Score of 135

Travis Boak

Price – $528,500 – Avg 106 – BE 80
Last 3 VS Gold Coast: Rd 21, 2013: 172, Rd 4, 2013: 103, Rd 9, 2012: 138
Total VS Gold Coast Averages: 4 games, 121.7 Supercoach Points, High Score of 172
@ Metricon Stadium Averages: 120.5 Supercoach Points, High Score of 138

Brad Ebert

Price – $421,900 – Avg 96 – BE 54
Last 3 VS Gold Coast: Rd 21, 2013: 90, Rd 4, 2013: 96, Rd 9, 2012: 96
Total VS Gold Coast Averages: 3 games, 94.0 Supercoach Points, High Score of 96
@ Metricon Stadium Averages: 96.0 Supercoach Points, High Score of 96

Chad Wingard

Price – $351,400 – Avg 77 – BE 87
Last 3 VS Gold Coast: Rd 21, 2013: 106, Rd 4, 2013: 95, Rd 9, 2012: 65
Total VS Gold Coast Averages: 3 games, 88.6 Supercoach Points, High Score of 106
@ Metricon Stadium Averages: 80.0 Supercoach Points, High Score of 95

Captain Pick(s):

It was back to hit best for Travis Boak last week, with a season high of 162 Supercoach Points and his 4th game this year where he’s scored 150+. Then you see last time he played GC and he scored an even higher 172 and he’s suddenly looking like a very nice VC option for this game. GC have fallen off a fair bit with the absence of Gary Ablett (what team wouldn’t?) so this could be a prime opportunity for Boak to strike again.

Essendon VS West Coast

Saturday, August 16th, 4:10pm @ Etihad Stadium

Last time they met: Round 20, 2013 – Essendon LOST TO West Coast – 67-120
Key scores: Michael Hibberd 130, Brendon Goddard / Jack Darling 122, Jobe Watson 118, Matt Priddis 116

Key players:

Brendon Goddard

Price – $482,800 – Avg 103 – BE 99
Last 3 VS West Coast: Rd 20, 2013: 122, Rd 14, 2013: 88, Rd 8, 2012: 115
Total VS West Coast Averages: 9 games, 118.5 Supercoach Points, High Score of 175
@ Etihad Stadium Averages: 116.7 Supercoach Points, High Score of 188

Jake Carlisle

Price – $498,700 – Avg 74 – BE 210
Last 3 VS West Coast: Rd 20, 2013: 39, Rd 14, 2013: 127, Rd 7, 2012: 52
Total VS West Coast Averages: 4 games, 72.5 Supercoach Points, High Score of 127
@ Etihad Stadium Averages: 70.0 Supercoach Points, High Score of 188

Dyson Heppell

Price – $563,300 – Avg 107 – BE 100
Last 3 VS West Coast: Rd 20, 2013: 86, Rd 14, 2013: 104, Rd 7, 2012: 67
Total VS West Coast Averages: 5 games, 89.4 Supercoach Points, High Score of 104
@ Etihad Stadium Averages: 86.5 Supercoach Points, High Score of 129

Matt Priddis

Price – $630,700 – Avg 115 – BE 108
Last 3 VS Essendon: Rd 20, 2013: 116, Rd 14, 2013: 103, Rd 7, 2012: 24
Total VS Essendon Averages: 10 games, 95.3 Supercoach Points, High Score of 148
@ Etihad Stadium Averages: 112.6 Supercoach Points, High Score of 161

Nic Naitanui

Price – $518,600 – Avg 89 – BE 78
Last 3 VS Essendon: Rd 14, 2013: 73, Rd 22, 2011: 97, Rd 7, 2011: 126
Total VS Essendon Averages: 6 games, 98.0 Supercoach Points, High Score of 126
@ Etihad Stadium Averages: 85.6 Supercoach Points, High Score of 126

Dean Cox

Price – $432,700 – Avg 91 – BE 120
Last 3 VS Essendon: Rd 20, 2013: 107, Rd 14, 2013: 107, Rd 7, 2012: 141
Total VS Essendon Averages: 10 games, 102.6 Supercoach Points, High Score of 141
@ Etihad Stadium Averages: 108.1 Supercoach Points, High Score of 213

Captain Pick(s):

Heppell has been the in-form Bomber of late, with 2 scores of 129 in his last 3 games. The only issue is the potential return of Jobe Watson and how that may affect Heppell’s scores going forward. And for the Eagles we have Matt Priddis, whose 3 round average sits at 139.6 with scores of 149 and 155 to his name in the past 3 weeks. He only hit his bare averages against the Bombers last year, but he’s in red hot form so you’d have to consider him as a VC choice for that reason alone.

Collingwood VS Brisbane

Saturday, August 16th, 7:10pm @ MCG

Last time they met: Round 10, 2013 – Collingwood BEAT Brisbane – 100-51
Key scores: Jack Redden 149, Paul Seedsman 145, Darren Jolly 136, Dane Swan 131

Key players:

Scott Pendlebury

Price – $583,800 – Avg 125 – BE 114
Last 3 VS Brisbane: Rd 10, 2013: 119, Rd 7, 2012: 107, Rd 22, 2011: 108
Total VS Brisbane Averages: 9 games, 107.4 Supercoach Points, High Score of 159
@ MCG Averages: 111.1 Supercoach Points, High Score of 170

Dayne Beams

Price – $613,500 – Avg 119 – BE 107
Last 3 VS Brisbane: Rd 7, 2012: 109, Rd 22, 2011: 117, Rd 10, 2010: 35
Total VS Brisbane Averages: 5 games, 80.0 Supercoach Points, High Score of 117
@ MCG Averages: 100.0 Supercoach Points, High Score of 162

Steele Sidebottom

Price – $591,600 – Avg 113 – BE 79
Last 3 VS Brisbane: Rd 10, 2013: 127, Rd 7, 2012: 156, Rd 22, 2011: 83
Total VS Brisbane Averages: 5 games, 105.2 Supercoach Points, High Score of 156
@ MCG Averages: 97.6 Supercoach Points, High Score of 178

Tom Rockliff

Price – $695,900 – Avg 129 – BE 146
Last 3 VS Collingwood: Rd 7, 2012: 85, Rd 22, 2011: 119, Rd 10, 2010: 95
Total VS Collingwood Averages: 4 games, 77.7 Supercoach Points, High Score of 119
@ MCG Averages: 107.5 Supercoach Points, High Score of 163

Dayne Zorko

Price – $509,600 – Avg 94 – BE 145
Last 3 VS Collingwood: Rd 10, 2013: 100, Rd 7, 2012: 16
Total VS Collingwood Averages: 2 games, 58.0 Supercoach Points, High Score of 100
@ MCG Averages: 98.0 Supercoach Points, High Score of 137

Pearce Hanley

Price – $596,500 – Avg 102 – BE 142
Last 3 VS Collingwood: Rd 10, 2013: 49, Rd 7, 2012: 81, Rd 22, 2011: 50
Total VS Collingwood Averages: 3 games, 60.0 Supercoach Points, High Score of 81
@ MCG Averages: 82.7 Supercoach Points, High Score of 111

Captain Pick(s):

It was a much better score from Scott Pendlebury against the Eagles last week, pumping out a score of 128, which we’d take most weeks. The Lions struggled big time last week as they continued to field a young side that try hard, but don’t yet have the experience to stand up against a more senior side. Could expect another decent score from Pendles here.

But let’s not forget Tommy Rockliff either, who has become our new “set and forget” Captain is seems. And while the Lions as a whole struggled last week, that was not the case for Rocky. I’ll be taking him as my C again this week. Some may worry the Macca tag will go to him, but it seems teams have shown a preference for shutting Hanley down as a first priority, so he could be in line for another low scoring game this week.

Adelaide VS Richmond

Saturday, August 16th, 7:10pm @ Adelaide Oval

Last time they met: Round 12, 2013 – Adelaide LOST TO Richmond - 72-110
Key scores: Patrick Dangerfield 150, Brett Deledio 141, Brandon Ellis 127, Dustin Martin 126

Key players:

Patrick Dangerfield

Price – $537,100 – Avg 106 – BE 139
Last 3 VS Richmond: Round 12, 2013: 150, Rd 14, 2012: 86, Rd 23, 2011: 99
Total VS Richmond Averages: 5 games, 90.6 Supercoach Points, High Score of 150
@ Adelaide Oval Averages: 120.0 Supercoach Points, High Score of 192

Rory Sloane

Price – $563,600 – Avg 114 – BE 54
Last 3 VS Richmond: Round 12, 2013: 94, Rd 14, 2012: 77, Rd 23, 2011: 83
Total VS Richmond Averages: 4 games, 80.0 Supercoach Points, High Score of 94
@ Adelaide Oval Averages: 114.5 Supercoach Points, High Score of 136

Sam Jacobs

Price – $604,800 – Avg 115 – BE 77
Last 3 VS Richmond: Rd 12, 2013: 87, Rd 14, 2012: 104, Rd 23, 2011: 90
Total VS Richmond Averages: 4 games, 79.7 Supercoach Points, High Score of 104
@ Adelaide Oval Averages: 112.7 Supercoach points, High Score of 163

Brandon Ellis

Price – $521,300 – Avg 96 – BE 37
Last 3 VS Adelaide: Rd 12, 2013: 127, Rd 14, 2012: 44
Total VS Adelaide Averages: 2 games, 85.5 Supercoach Points, High Score of 127
@ Adelaide Oval Averages: N/A

Trent Cotchin

Price – $518,800 – Avg 103 – BE 102
Last 3 VS Adelaide: Rd 12, 2013: 103, Rd 14, 2012: 136, Rd 23, 2011: 132
Total VS Adelaide Averages: 5 games, 107.0 Supercoach Points, High Score of 136
@ Adelaide Oval Averages: N/A

Brett Deledio

Price – $529,800 – Avg 99 – BE 71
Last 3 VS Adelaide: Rd 12, 2013: 141, Rd 14, 2012: 110, Rd 23, 2011: 101
Total VS Adelaide Averages: 8 games, 107.2 Supercoach Points, High Score of 141
@ Adelaide Oval Averages: N/A

Captain Pick(s):

This could likely be a do or die shot for both teams if they want to play finals. Sloane and Jacobs went huge last week, so they are possibilities again here. Ellis has been the Tiger in the best form over the past fortnight, with scores of 142 and 133 to his name, and he didn’t have many issues scoring against Adelaide last time. Deledio was left to run around unattended last time these teams played, but he could be dangerous if he pushes forwards the Crows may lack that smaller players with good enough skills to stop him. That goes for Dustin Martin too.

Nth Melbourne VS Western Bulldogs

Sunday, August 17th, 12:40pm @ Etihad Stadium

Last time they met: Round 2, 2014 – North Melbourne BEAT Western Bulldogs – 83-54
Key scores: Brent Harvey 169, Nick Dal Santo 128, Adam Cooney 121, Will Minson 120

Key players:

Todd Goldstein

Price – $635,900 – Avg 106 – BE 105
Last 3 VS Western Bulldogs: Rd 2, 2014: 75, Rd 7, 2013: 163, Rd 7, 2012: 93
Total VS Western Bulldogs Averages: 8 games, 83.3 Supercoach Points, High Score of 163
@ Etihad Stadium Averages: 95.6 Supercoach Points, High Score of 166

Brent Harvey

Price – $531,100 – Avg 109 – BE 137
Last 3 VS Western Bulldogs: Rd 2, 2014: 169, Rd 7, 2013: 119, Rd 7, 2012: 65
Total VS Western Bulldogs Averages: 12 games, 97.9 Supercoach Points, High Score of 169
@ Etihad Stadium Averages: 102.0 Supercoach Points, High Score of 179

Nick Dal Santo

Price – $506,800 – Avg 106 – BE 164
Last 3 VS Western Bulldogs: Rd 2, 2014: 128, Rd 9, 2013: 83, Rd 3, 2012: 117
Total VS Western Bulldogs Averages: 12 games, 113.7 Supercoach Points, High Score of 151
@ Etihad Stadium Averages: 111.5 Supercoach Points, High Score of 178

Tom Liberatore

Price – $523,500 – Avg 111 – BE 117
Last 3 VS North Melbourne: Rd 2, 2014: 111, Rd 7, 2013: 61, Rd 7, 2012: 90
Total VS North Melbourne Averages: 4 games, 90.2 Supercoach Points, High Score of 111
@ Etihad Stadium Averages: 94.5 Supercoach Points, High Score of 159

Ryan Griffen

Price – $500,200 – Avg 92 – BE 98
Last 3 VS North Melbourne: Rd 2, 2014: 63, Rd 7, 2013: 171, Rd 7, 2012: 123
Total VS North Melbourne Averages: 10 games, 109.2 Supercoach Points, High Score of 171
@ Etihad Stadium Averages: 94.5 Supercoach Points, High Score of 171

Will Minson

Price – $469,300 – Avg 95 – BE 143
Last 3 VS North Melbourne: Rd 2, 2014: 120, Rd 7, 2013: 120, Rd 7, 2012: 71
Total VS North Melbourne Averages: 7 games, 86.5 Supercoach Points, High Score of 120
@ Etihad Stadium Averages: 85.5 Supercoach Points, High Score of 143

Captain Pick(s):

Todd Goldstein has been the man this past month, putting out Captain worthy scores every week with scores of 166, 131, 133 and 143. He was time-sharing with Currie in their Round 2 game, which we’ve seen has a big impact on his scores. His last solo ruck game against Minson produced a score of 163. He should continue his fantastic form here and I wouldn’t hesitate to pick him if I had him. Libba has continued to struggle so I think many will be looking elsewhere from now on.

Melbourne VS GWS Giants

Sunday, August 18th, 2:50pm @ MCG

Last time they met: Round 3, 2014 – Melbourne LOST TO GWS - 47-79
Key scores: Adam Treloar 176, Shane Mumford 164, Callan Ward 129, Stephen Coniglio 113

Key players:

Nathan Jones

Price – $534,100 – Avg 108 – BE 93
Last 3 VS GWS: Rd 3, 2014: 60, Rd 19, 2013: 102, Rd 4, 2013: 104
Total VS GWS Averages: 5 games, 93.4 Supercoach Points, High Score of 109
@ MCG Averages: 86.8 Supercoach Points, High Score of 147

Bernie Vince

Price – $460,500 – Avg 93 – BE 89
Last 3 VS GWS: Rd 3, 2014: 77, Rd 7, 2013: 96, Rd 4, 2012: 59
Total VS GWS Averages: 4 games, 96.0 Supercoach Points, High Score of 152
@ MCG Averages: 91.3 Supercoach Points, High Score of 162

Mark Jamar

Price – $417,500 – Avg 84 – BE 106
Last 3 VS GWS: Rd 4, 2013: 107, Rd 13, 2012: 99
Total VS GWS Averages: 2 games, 103.0 Supercoach Points, High Score of 107
@ MCG Averages: 73.2 Supercoach Points, High Score of 138

Shane Mumford

Price – $515,200 – Avg 112 – BE 123
Last 3 VS Melbourne: Rd 3, 2014: 164, Rd 15, 2013: 89, Rd 1, 2011: 107
Total VS Melbourne Averages: 6 games, 93.1 Supercoach Points, High Score of 164
@ MCG Averages: 91.7 Supercoach Points, High Score of 140

Adam Treloar

Price – $493,200 – Avg 107 – BE 92
Last 3 VS Melbourne: Rd 3, 2014: 176, Rd 19, 2013: 98, Rd 4, 2013: 106
Total VS Melbourne Averages: 4 games, 119.7 Supercoach Points, High Score of 176
@ MCG Averages: 91.5 Supercoach Points, High Score of 129

Heath Shaw

Price – $440,100 – Avg 92 – BE 48
Last 3 VS Melbourne: Rd 3, 2014: 99, Rd 11, 2013: 147, Rd 12, 2011: 60
Total VS Melbourne Averages: 10 games, 101.0 Supercoach Points, High Score of 174
@ MCG Averages: 97.3 Supercoach Points, High Score of 175

Captain Pick(s):

Both Treloar and Mumford put up awesome scores against Melbourne earlier in the year, but they haven’t sniffed getting close to that sort of form at the tail end of the year. I’d likely skip this game, but you can still consider Callan Ward if you’re feeling short of options as he has been very consistent this year.

Fremantle VS Hawthorn

Sunday, August 18th, 4:10pm @ Patersons Stadium

Last time they met: Round 3, 2014 – Fremantle LOST TO Hawthorn - 79-137
Key scores: Isaac Smith 130, Luke Breust 121, Jarryd Roughead 116, Sam Mitchell 114

Key players:

Nathan Fyfe

Price – $645,500 – Avg 123 – BE 98
Last 3 VS Hawthorn: Rd 4, 2013: 103, Rd 19, 2011: 124, Rd 11, 2011: 110
Total VS Hawthorn Averages: 3 games, 112.3 Supercoach Points, High Score of 124
@ Patersons Stadium Averages: 103.0 Supercoach Points, High Score of 171

Aaron Sandilands

Price – $517,400 – Avg 111 – BE 66
Last 3 VS Hawthorn: Rd 3, 2014: 106, Rd 8, 2012: 100, Rd 8, 2009: 120
Total VS Hawthorn Averages: 6 games, 92.1 Supercoach Points, High Score of 120
@ Patersons Stadium Averages: 97.7 Supercoach Points, High Score of 163

Michael Barlow

Price – $583,800 – Avg 112 – BE 73
Last 3 VS Hawthorn: Rd 4, 2013: 95, Rd 8, 2012: 98, Rd 19, 2011: 120
Total VS Hawthorn Averages: 3 games, 104.3 Supercoach Points, High Score of 120
@ Patersons Stadium Averages: 107.7 Supercoach Points, High Score of 151

Sam Mitchell

Price – $417,300 – Avg 87 – BE 97
Last 3 VS Fremantle: Rd 3, 2014: 114, Rd 4, 2013: 83, Rd 8, 2012: 114
Total VS Fremantle Averages: 10 games, 116.3 Supercoach Points, High Score of 151
@ Patersons Stadium Averages: 130.7 Supercoach Points, High Score of 160

Luke Hodge

Price – $490,900 – Avg 92 – BE 102
Last 3 VS Fremantle: Rd 3, 2014: 68, Rd 11, 2011: 95, Rd 21, 2010: 104
Total VS Fremantle Averages: 6 games, 89.3 Supercoach Points, High Score of 118
@ Patersons Stadium Averages: 98.6 Supercoach Points, High Score of 128

Ben McEvoy

Price – $465,600 – Avg 91 – BE 112
Last 3 VS Fremantle: Rd 23, 2013: 89, Rd 15, 2013: 105, Rd 4, 2012: 76
Total VS Fremantle Averages: 6 games, 87.8 Supercoach Points, High Score of 122
@ Patersons Stadium Averages: 74.4 Supercoach Points, High Score of 105

Captain Pick(s):

Nathan Fyfe will be the pick for a lot of teams this week I think. Sam Mitchell has a great average at Patersons Stadium, but has struggled a bit this year, so I may look elsewhere this time around.

BARRON VON CROWS CAPTAIN SELECTION(S):

I’ve become very comfortable with the Rockliff/Selwood tag team over the past few weeks and I’ll continue to roll with that again this week. Selwood as the Vice Captain against Carlton and Rockliff as my Captain against Collingwood. Last week I skipped out on Selwoods 128, a score I would normally take, but felt comfortable with Rockliff being able to score well against the Crows. I probably won’t do that this week and any score from Selwood above 125 will probably be locked in by me.

So what about you guys? Anyone taking some risks this time of year for a ranking boosts, or will you be playing it safe for league wins? Let us know in the comments below, or send us some mail on the Twitter @BarronVonCrow.

 

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  1. sharker4 says:

    Had the C on sauce last week and it paid off, might try it again. V – Selwood & C – Jacobs

  2. The Garbo says:

    Had VC Rocky and C Fyfe locked in for this week.
    BUT now im thinking of ditching fyfe for JPK after this read.

    Also I would avoid the VC pick on Selwood this week.
    Carltons taggers in carrots and curnow have the ability to shut down just about any player. Im not saying Selwood wont break the ton but I can't see him going bang with a +120 score.
    ESPECIALLY if Steve Johnson doesnt play due to his foot? injury.

  3. JTinthebox says:

    jpk could go big on the saints this week, but so could half the sydney side. might be a tough one to pluck a single guy out of that outfit this week

  4. Jack says:

    Stevie J or Roughead who to trade out first?

    • Joey Jo Jo says:

      impossible to answer the question

      all depends on if steve plays or not… and what cover you have on the mid or forward bench

  5. Big Ben says:

    I think the MRP already decided for ya mate, move roughy on if you need a league win

  6. Super Rabbit says:

    People need to remember that Selwood was on about 70 with 10 minutes to go earlier in the year vs Carlton until he kicked the winning goal from outside 50m. Avoiding him this week.

    I haven’t made up my mind out of JPK/Rockliff/Fyfe.

  7. Philthy says:

    Hi Community, i'm thinking about pulling the trigger on my last trade and going Suckling to Boyd (only have 52k) whats up with Matty Boyd lately? Is this trade a disaster or is it a chance of paying off?

  8. Itchy Nuts Pieman says:

    Steven Johnson ruled out this week. Will huirt plenty of coaches

    • SCaddict says:

      Yes according to my maths nearly 40% of all coaches own either he or Roughie and about 5% have both!

      Not ideal for a weekend of cut-throat semis. Like you Pieman thankfully I have the week off advancing straight to all prelims but I still feel the Community pain.

      • LJB says:

        I Should of traded him last week, now I can't do a straight trade with Sloan as I'm 7k short. Bloody Steven Johnson u useless prick

        • Itchy Nuts Pieman says:

          I didn’t pick him because of the Freo & week 1 of finals thing. But I’m with crouching 1 never pick him again

  9. LJB says:

    Thinking I may need to burn 2 trades this week to replace him leaving me only 1 left

  10. BCHawks says:

    Some BIG outs this week that will hurt a few teams including myself. The big outs include Bartel who will cause the most trouble for people, Johnston, McGlynn, Carlisle and Roughead.

    Those without trade will most likely be copping a doughnut or two. Those that have the week off will be happy but those like me that are playing in a elimination final will have to use 1 or 2 trades to win.

    All this is going to make things very interesting for overall ranks and league finals and could make or break your finals campaign.

    • Canardly See says:

      Too right mate. What to do with Bartel? Fortunately I have none of the others. I'm thinking of switching to Malceski (was going to switch Swallow to him anyway). Thoughts?

  11. Matt says:

    My team is:
    McVeigh, Bartel, Simpson, Jaensch, Birchall, Mitchell (Bews, Jones)
    Selwood, Beams, Sloane, Fyfe, Murphy, Johnson, D.Thomas, Griffen (Taylor, J.Martin)
    Sandilands, Ryder (Brown, King)
    Dangerfield, Parker, D.Martin, Zorko, Roughead, Wingard (Ambrose, C.Cameron)
    I have 1 trade and $88,600 in the bank
    Trade Options:
    1. Bring in either D.Smith or Gibson for Taylor
    2. Bring in Ward for Johnson
    3. Bring in M.Wright for Ambrose
    4. Bring in Pendlebury or Barlow for Griffen
    5. Bring in Priddis for Murphy
    6. Any other choices (I haven't checked the teams)
    7. Hold (you never know what could happen)

  12. Brandon2416 says:

    2 trade because johnson is the only non playing player on the field

    • LJB says:

      Bartel is out also Matt

      • SCaddict says:

        And Roughie too!

        I'd probably plug the Bartel donut somehow especially if Bews cops the green vest tomorrow night. At least you have reasonable cover for the other two outs.

        Of course if you are already in prelims then do nothing and survey the landscape next week on how to best use that trade.

  13. matt says:

    Selwood or JPK for VC?

    • Flaccid Jaff says:

      I'm in the same boat. Also considering Parker.
      People are saying Selwood was struggling against the Carlton taggers.
      With both Bartel and Johnson out, will that mean Selwood will do the work of all three and score 250 or will all the attention be on him and he'll flop? I dunno

  14. TOM says:

    I'm in an elimination final. I have no bench cover for bartel, do i trade him?

    • SCaddict says:

      That's precisely what spare trades in the finals are for mate. At least you have the option.

      Some coaches who traded hard during the season will have no choice but to cop the donut given how thin most defensive benches are, courtesy of the plethora of fantasy busts such as Georgiou, Tippett, Jones, Clurey, Cameron, Cutler etc.

  15. Andy says:

    Who is a good mid under 493, 300?

    • SCaddict says:

      You have some decent choices with Floggard, Treloar, Dusty and Mundy to pick from amongst others.

  16. PkMn Trainer Jimmy says:

    VC Buddy
    C Ward/Fyfe

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