Moneyball’s $5000 Sunday Funday: Rd 10
Coming off another Sunday Funday top 10 finish, Roy is here to give you some tips for today’s $5000 Moneyball’s Special
It’s Sunday Funday and that means we have a $5000 special with the winner taking $650 and paying down to $34.18 in 89th
Hawks v Eagles (1.10 pm)
Dees v Crows
Dockers v Roos
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Jack Redden ($7,500 MID) remains a bargain despite his hot form in the last month where he has embraced the increased opportunity through the midfield. In that time he has scored 124, 138, 97 and 94 and given the Hawks allowed two hundreds to inside mids last week, he is in a good position to surpass value.
Jack Darling ($7,600 FWD) is the form forward of the competition and despite having a tough game away from home, it’s hard to say no for that price given his form. He is averaging 11 marks, 4.3 goals and 129 points over the last three weeks and is a big reason I got another Sunday top 10 finish last week.
Hugh Greenwood ($7,400 MID) has been a huge beneficiary of the extra midfield time in the absence of Rory Sloane and certainly made the most of it. With Sloane, he averages four tackles and 75 points but without him he is averaging ten tackles and 93 points. Given the Demons give up the third most tackles in the comp, he could be in for another big day.
Bayley Fritsch ($5,100 FWD) Hasn’t looked back since returning to the side in a new role on the wing with scores of 88, 91, 89 and 96 in that time. After a slow start to the season, his price is way down compared to output and he should have his price tag easily covered, especially if his link role through the middle continues.
Jarrad Waite ($7,200 FWD) is a roughy, but he may just take advantage of a Docker defence that is the 3rd easiest team for key forwards to score against over the past month. Darling had 3 goals and 101, Riewoldt had 3 goals 91 and Buddy had 3 goals and 112 in that time. In games he has managed 8 marks this year he has returned scores of 146, 100 and 119.
Jed Anderson ($6,100 FWD) is in career best form on the back of an increased opportunity through the midfield. I love the fact you can throw Jed up forward to keep the midfield clear for the big dogs and Jed is averaging 27 touches, 4 marks and 4 tackles in the last three weeks for 86, 97 and 94.
Good luck! Cha Ching,