AFL Dreamteam Round4 TRADE TALK

Hey DT Coaches,

Baker here with my weekly TRADE TALK, where I discuss “How to Break Even” and stay ahead of the pack.

With another amazing round completed we have a lot of hot BE’s and some not so hot BE’s. Let’s jump right in and check out the good and the bad for this week.

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Top 15 Good Break Evens for Round 4

Ranked by Projected Price Changes

Name Team Position  Value

Break  Even

Projected RD 4 Price Change

Projected RD 4 Score

Oliver Wines Power MID $248,000

-61

+$69,600

102

Dean Terlich Demons DEF $102,700

-70

+$58,300

66

Justin Westhoff Power FWD $463,600

-20

+$55,200

109

Jaeger O’Meara Suns MID $180,000

-52

+$55,100

77

Sam Rowe Blues FWD/RUC $108,500

-63

+$54,300

64

Brad Crouch Crows MID $108,500

-61

+$53,000

63

Sam Dwyer Magpies FWD/MID $141,600

-57

+$49,300

58

Jack Hutchins Suns DEF $108,500

-57

+$47,800

55

Callum Sinclair Eagles FWD/RUC $105,300

-53

+$47,500

58

Jackson Merrett Bombers MID $127,800

-61

+$45,600

46

Matt Jones Demons MID $163,600

-37

+$45,000

68

Jake Neade Power FWD/MID $162,300

-41

+$44,600

63

Chad Wingard Power MID $306,200

-28

+$44,100

75

Aaron Mullett Kangaroos MID $312,500

-15

+$40,800

80

Josh J. Kennedy Eagles FWD $335,700

-12

+$40,500

83

Top 15 Bad Break Evens for Round 4

Ranked by Projected Price Change

Name Team Position  Value

Break Even

Projected RD 4 Price Change

Projected RD 4 Score

Craig Bird Swans FWD/MID $354,300

173

-$54,000

47

Sam Wright Kangaroos DEF $344,900

160

-$49,500

44

Darren Jolly Magpies RUC $427,600

183

-$49,100

68

Liam Anthony Kangaroos MID $499,200

191

-$46,100

83

Jack Watts Demons DEF/FWD $360,600

155

-$45,700

48

Jack Gunston Hawks FWD $315,200

138

-$40,700

43

Levi Casboult Blues FWD $283,600

136

-$40,000

42

Ryan Crowley Dockers MID $278,400

132

-$37,400

45

Ben Jacobs Kangaroos DEF $311,000

128

-$37,100

41

Andrew Carrazzo Blues MID $432,800

157

-$36,100

73

Sam Blease Demons FWD/MID $293,700

120

-$35,300

38

Ashley McGrath Lions DEF/FWD $296,100

125

-$34,600

44

Shane Tuck Tigers MID $495,100

161

-$34,000

82

Brandon Ellis Tigers DEF $250,100

110

-$32,000

35

Shane Mumford Swans RUC $400,500

145

-$31,000

72

Baker’s Best Buys

  1. Oliver Wines – Port Adelaide are on fire and they play Gold Coast this week, this is a no brainer.
  2. Justin Westhoff – I know, I know, but he seems to be unstoppable and with Gold Coast this week, get on the Westhoff train.
  3. Dean Terlich – Even with Melbourne getting smashed weekly, he is still scoring well. At least you know the ball with be down that end of the ground a lot.
  4. Sam Rowe – With Kreuzer with a suspected fractured thumb he is a sure thing to play over the next few weeks.
  5. Callum Sinclair – With Nic Nat out indefinitely, he seems to be a good fit for West Coast. Popping up with a couple of goals here and there, good bench ruck option.

 

Baker’s Offloads

  1. Craig Bird – He is not flying so well, starting as sub is killing him.
  2. Darren Jolly – Will probably be back this week but has a BE of 183, as a ruckman it’s never going to happen.
  3. Andrew Carrazzo – Last year as a defender he was gold but now only able to fit in your midfield he just isn’t cutting the mustard. Better players avalible.
  4. Shane Tuck – I think age has finally caught up with Tucky. With Cotchin and Martin a quicker and younger option, he is not going to get any better.
  5. Dayne Zorko – I know he is not on the top 15 bad BE’s but he has killed me in the last 3 rounds and is set to lose another $26,200. Not on my watch. Not so magnificent at the moment.

Baker’s Spotlight

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Being a Hawks man I’m keen to see Luke Hodge get back to his best. With a 99 on return and a 135 against the Pies, I need him in my team. If he stays injury free this year he could be a gold mine!

Baker’s Keys to BEs

  1. Look for guns that have under-performed and are on the comeback.
  2. If a player is going to miss his BE and lose substantial money, trade them unless they are part of your long term plans.
  3. Look for rookies that are going to go up in value fast. If one is under-performing, trade them for another rookie that will make you money. No time for sentiment.

Good Luck DT Coaches!

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