AS GILLON McLachlan made the announcement that the 2020 Toyota AFL Premiership Season would resume on June 11, AFL Fantasy coaches logged in on mass to tinker with their teams.

Three trades were made available in Fantasy Classic ahead of round two and strategies for what moves to make have been varied.

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Is it to fix up the rookies who are the most likely players to be omitted as some stars return from injury? Callan Ward and Zac Williams are possible inclusions for the Giants in their first game back, so who goes out?

Maybe it is a chance to fix a failed pick based on the new 16-minute quarters.

With around three weeks until the next lockout, there is plenty to think about. Roy, Calvin and Warnie chat about the Queensland hub, possible fixtures and player news from the shutdown period.

In this week’s episode …

3:00 - The best news Fantasy coaches received was that we are looking at normal rounds with Thursday-Sunday games.

7:15 - Travis Auld's comments on the fixture are analysed.

11:30 - RIP to Magoos News with no reserves competition.

15:00 - 16-minute quarters are likely.

18:15 - Roy, Calvin and Warnie perform their take on AC/DC's "TNT" with "BCV".

22:00 - How many trades will we have ahead of round two?

27:20 - Player and injury news over the last couple of months.

32:10 - Callan Ward and Zac Williams being back could hurt round two chances for Tom Green and Isaac Cumming.

35:20 - Questions from social media.

39:25 - Which junk time specialists do we need to be aware of with 'Coronaball'?

45:40 - Should we target players on the pre-season watchlist who smashed it in round one, or players returning from injury that we would have picked if available in round one?

48:20 - Do you fix premiums or rookies with your three trades?

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