FOUR TEAMS are left, only three more games will be played for the season and there's one premiership up for grabs. In Draftstars, there's a few more chances than that, with plenty of options in the daily fantasy competition. 

Here is's cheat sheet ahead of this weekend's preliminary finals with tips on who you should have in your line-up.

Geelong v Sydney Swans, preliminary final, Friday night, MCG

Patrick Dangerfield (MID, $16,400)
: Dangerfield wasn't at his absolute best the last time the Cats played, in their qualifying final win over Hawthorn, but he still registered a team-high 113 points. That's the stuff of Draftstars greats, and it was his 17th century in his last 19 games. 

Joel Selwood (MID, $14,400): Selwood picked up his fourth straight ton two weeks ago in the qualifying final. The Cats champion is a brilliant September performer and his team relies on him to be at his best. So do our Draftstars line-ups, so keep it going please Joel.

Sam Menegola (MID, $11,100): This mature-age recruit needs to be high on your Draftstars recruiting list. He comes at a much cheaper price than the premium midfielders but has averaged 93 points a game in his debut season at Geelong. Just keeps scoring. 

And another thing… It hasn't been the most consistent year from Mark Blicavs (MID/RK, $12,850) but the Geelong big man might be in some of the best form of his year. Worth a look. 

Josh Kennedy (MID, $15,100): Kennedy isn't cheap but there's a reason for that. He picked up a game-high 144 points last week and has averaged 108 points for the year. He has tallied 10 straight triple figure scores, so has great form under his belt.

Isaac Heeney (FWD, $10,550): If there was any doubt about Heeney's status as an emerging star of the competition then it was dashed last week. The young Swan was instrumental with 32 disposals and 116 points. His season average is at 75 but over the past fortnight it's 106.  

Luke Parker (MID, $15,250): A key cog in the Swans' midfield unit, Parker picked up 108 points in their semi-final win over Adelaide last week. Even in quieter games he performs: he's had only three scores below 83 all year and eight above 120. The odds are in your favour.

And another thing… Lance Franklin (FWD, $13,200) is the most expensive forward in this match for a reason. He's averaged 84 in the finals but can produce on the big stage.

Greater Western Sydney v Western Bulldogs, preliminary final, Saturday, Spotless Stadium

This week Draftstars is offering a 'turbo' contest featuring the Giants and Bulldogs preliminary final. There will be $20,000 in cash prizes and entry is free (excluding New South Wales and South Australian contestants). The turbo form of Draftstars sees six players picked – one from six different categories, with prices irrelevant. Here's how's turbo line-up would look for this game.

Tier one: Stephen Coniglio (MID, $14,600) Coniglio was terrific in the Giants' qualifying final win over the Sydney Swans, gathering a game-high 119 points. His 26-disposal and one-goal effort was complemented by nine tackles, which has been a crucial element in his scoring this year.

Tier two: Marcus Bontempelli (MID, $13,550) You'd have to be a little mad not to have Bontempelli in your side given his finals form. He scored 93 in week one of the finals and backed it up with 107 last week against Hawthorn to have a 100-point average in September.

Tier three: Liam Picken (MID, $13,050)Picken is having a mighty finals series. He has averaged 111 in his two games so far and seems built for this stage. He would be an excellent choice in tier three and has lifted his average from the 87 points he scored weekly in the home and away season.

Tier four: Lachie Whitfield (MID, $12,050) Whitfield produced an equal season-best score in the qualifying final against the Swans, with 127 points. It was just his second ton in his past nine games but came at the right time. He seems an obvious choice here.

Tier five: Caleb Daniel (FWD, $10,900) The runner-up in the NAB AFL Rising Star hasn't shown any concerns in his second finals series. Daniel picked up 108 points in week one of the finals and 84 last week, and is a good pick in this category.

Tier six: Easton Wood (DEF, $10,100)Wood won't win many selections after his 50-point effort last week. But there aren't too many other reliable choices in this group. Wood's average is around 70 for the season.