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Team in focus – Dockers – ESPN Fantasy

Roy has selected the Dockers as a “team in focus” based on their easy run home. He has named up 3 players of interest to give your team a boost in the run home.

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espnfootyFor the run toward ultimate glory in the Fantasy competition I have identified a team in focus that I think can help you get over the line. The Dockers have an unbelievably easy draw to finish the year and I am going to look at a few players that are worth considering! Look at their run home! GWS, Dees, Power and Saints.

The must have: Michael Barlow bounced back from his first sub 100 score since round 6 (97) with a solid 106 vs the Blues. He is averaging an impressive 108 for the season and will flourish on the run home. He comes at quite and expensive price of 11.00, but given that he is owned by only 6.5% of the competition, I doubt there are many better points of difference going around. He should be brutal for the remainder of the season.

Point of Difference: If you are looking for an extreme POD, who is in form and looks set to fire for the rest of the season, look no further than Nathan Fyfe who is owned by just 2.7% of the competition. Although his average of 100 looks solid, without being outstanding, it is his form over the past 7 weeks that have caught my eye, especially when considering what it means he should do to the lesser opponents in the coming weeks. Over that period, Fyfe has registered some impressive numbers including 101, 105, 112 to go with thumping games of 128 and 131. I think he represents great value for 10.90.

Interesting: Aaron Sandilands season did not start until round 15 and he is slowly working towards form with a solid 80 against the Blues. He needs to keep improving in the lead up to AFL finals so Sandi will look to take full advantage of his easy draw and should churn out some impressive numbers in the coming weeks. Due to his slow start to the season, he is priced at just 6.60 and could be used as potential cash grab as part of dumping Matthew Kreuzer.







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