I'm not too sure either, but I'm determined to go to GF with tradesI've never still had trades left with 2 weeks to go. What's the usual MO:
(a) go for broke and use both trades to flick bench rookies to piece together an extra (sub-)premo & rookie loophole, or
(b) continue to keep trades in hand for late outs or Thursday selection carnage in rd-23?
I may have to use at least 1 on Sloane anyway, but at $480k with barely anything in the bank, I'm unsure he'll get me much with a sideways trade.
I've never cared about leagues... Only look at overall ranking (which is 260th at present).I'm not too sure either, but I'm determined to go to GF with trades
But, you've got to make into the GF first
If your opponent has Whitfield then that is definitely the way to go. Dont want him being the difference.2 Trades left... only $800 in the kitty.
I have been getting away with fielding Answerth as D6 last 3 weeks.. But don't want to take that risk going into a Prelim next week.
So thinking i'll use both trades, trade one of Clarke or Rowbottom to a rookie mid and use the funds to go Answerth -> Whitfield
Wtf? How do you have 300k in the bank with that team?Got about $608k after trading Clarke; want the best ppg boost with one trade.
Def: Whitfield, Lloyd, Hurn, Williams, Sicily, Smith, (Carter, Gardner)
Mid: Macrae, Bontempelli, Oliver, Neale, Cripps, Fyfe, Zorko, Josh Kelly, (Clarke, Hind, Owies)
Ruc: Goldstein, Gawn, (Bines)
Fwd: Dunkley, Heeney, Dangerfield, Kelly, Gray, Darling, (Cameron (WC), Bell)
Nick Haynes?If your opponent has Whitfield then that is definitely the way to go. Dont want him being the difference.
I too have Answorth at d6 going into my cashie prelim.
Have about 90k in the bank and 1 trade. Was planning to bring in Stewart, but he had to wreck my plans and went up too much in value.
So I need a gun defender who will knock out a couple of 120's all for under $442700.
Please keep your lists short as I really want to streamline the selection process.