MORE than 57 per cent of AFL Fantasy Classic coaches own Lachie Whitfield making him the most selected premium forward.
After posting modest scores of 68 and 67 in the first two rounds, concussion ended his night with just 10 points to his name. As a result, he dropped a further $78,000 to take his season price change to -$116,000, the most in the competition.
Whitfield is still priced as the most expensive forward at $728,000, equal to Dustin Martin and $1,000 more than the in-form Michael Walters.
Making some cash out of trades in a popular strategy and The Traders suggest a move to Chad Wingard or Jy Simpkin, who are both averaging 86, is on the cards. The latter’s three per cent ownership is set to soar following his 96 on the weekend.
Roy, Calvin and Warnie discuss the big issues out of the weekend – including the postponed Essendon v Melbourne game – and look ahead they may use their three trades in round four.
In this week’s episode …
1:00 - The Traders give their thoughts on the outcome of the postponed game.
8:30 - Calvin tries to inspire everyone to be the 'butter mouse'.
12:00 - The plus threes and negative threes from the round are discussed.
16:45 - Warnie runs through the Fantasy relevant news of the week.
18:45 - Roy shares a tale of making partial lockout trades.
23:30 - Matt Rowell once again dominates.
26:00 - What should we do with Lachie Whitfield as he's dropping cash.
28:30 - Some of the takeaways from the centre bounce attendance numbers.
31:00 - Roy updates his Rollin' 22.
40:30 - Who should we bring in for Whitfield out of Michael Walters, Chad Wingard and Jy Simpkin?
43:30 - Dan Houston and Andrew Brayshaw are big issues, who is the biggest?
46:40 - Could trading Tom Mitchell be a play worth considering due to his 70 average?
50:30 - Should we trade Sam Jacobs?
53:10 - Calvin offers some captain tips for round four including his loophole options.
57:00 - What are the current rage trades for Roy, Calvin and Warnie?