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AFL 2022 Daily Fantasy Tips: Round 11 Saturday
A couple of lopsided encounters are on the cards this Saturday as Round 11 of the 2022 AFL season continues.
GWS will take on Brisbane as they get used to life after Leon Cameron, while Melbourne will host Fremantle in the match of the day at the MCG.
Draftstars have put up $75k in the main contest, as well as a couple of live final qualifier contests.
- AFL $75,000+ Saturday at Draftstars
- $20 AFL $500k Qualifier at Draftstars
- $5 AFL $500k Qualifier at Draftstars
- AFL $10,000+ Saturday High Roller ($150 Entry) at Draftstars
- AFL $5,000+ Saturday Fiver at Draftstars
- AFL $5,000+ Saturday Mini ($2 Entry) at Draftstars
- AFL $3,000+ Saturday Buck Hunter ($1 Entry) at Draftstars
In addition to previews for each and every slate this season, Daily Fantasy Rankings will continue with our AFL Resources page. This section provides you all the data you need to build your best line-ups. It includes daily cheat sheets for Draftstars, Player Correlation tables, Player Out tables, Scores Against tables, Tagging information, statistical breakdowns and much more!
Brisbane vs GWS at the Gabba (Brisbane -34.5, 180.5)
Geelong vs Adelaide at GMHBA Stadium (Geelong -43.5, 162.5)
Melbourne vs Fremantle at the MCG (Melbourne -29.5, 149.5)
West Coast vs Western Bulldogs at Optus Stadium (Western Bulldogs -40.5, 165.5)
Gold Coast vs Hawthorn at TIO Stadium (Gold Coast -2.5, 162.5)
The weather is clear in all locations, a rarity on five-game Saturday slates. Select players without worry fantasy fans!
Where to Attack?
There are a few clear target areas on this slate.
Backs thrive against both Melbourne and Gold Coast. The Demons are leaky due to their dominance in the Inside 50 count, so Freo backs could get amongst it on the expanses of the MCG.
Gold Coast also struggle against midfielders, so look to Hawthorn’s premium options in the absence of Jaegar O’Meara. Tom Mitchell is looking a popular option. West Coast are also likely to be beaten up around the ball, bringing the Bulldogs ball hunters into the game.
Bulldogs forwards should get a look against West Coast, who have conceded loads of points.
Game Script - Western Bulldogs stacks
Cooper Stephens ($6,000)
Stephens hit value with a 67 last week and should get an improved role this week with the absence of Patrick Dangerfield. The youngster can find the ball and could score well in a big win over Adelaide.
Matt Flynn ($9,970)
Flynn thrived as the sole ruck for GWS last week and gets the job again this week against Brisbane. He comes up against a stingy duo however the role alone should see him push for value. Has scores of 106, 91, 88 and 80 this year.
Heath Chapman ($9,900)
Chapman has made his name as an intercept defender and comes up against Melbourne this week who should present him with plenty of opportunities to win the ball. Has scored 80+ three times.
Jack Macrae ($15,450)
Macrae gets the best matchup in the league this week and should inherit the outside ball of Bailey Smith who misses this one. The silky left-footer has a huge ceiling and great floor
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