Round 10 kicks off this weekend with a duel between the Magpies and Bulldogs at Etihad Stadium on Friday Night. With both teams needing a win to stay in touch with the top 8, it should be an exciting contest!

Once again, PlayON have some huge cash prizes up for grabs in their AFL tournaments this weekend, headlined by a massive $1000 on offer on Friday Night! They also have several qualifiers for the season-ending $100,000 Super Contest as well as a range of smaller buy-in contests if you want to dip your toes in.

So let’s get stuck into this week’s Chalk, Chance or Chump as we look to help you out with your DFS AFL lineups for this Friday night!

Chalk – Jordan De Goey (COLL)

Our Chalk of the week is Collingwood young gun, Jordan De Goey. After missing the start of the year with suspension, De Goey has built his form week by week and is now playing at an extremely high level. He will continue to get more midfield minutes as his fitness increases, which will naturally result in more fantasy points. He has performed well against the Bulldogs in his short career, averaging 83 points in his last 2 games against them. Lock him in at just $11.4m in PlayON

Chance – Chris Mayne (COLL)

The player we advise to take a Chance on this week is Magpies forward, Chris Mayne. Although he's heavily scutinised by the Collingwood faithful for not living up to his lucrative contract, Mayne has been in solid form since entering the team in Round 6. He's averaged 80 points in his four games, including a huge 128 in Round 9. It should be a fast track with the lid on at Etihad Stadium on Friday, which will mean forwards like Mayne will get their fair share of chances. There's not much risk picking him with his low price tag ($9m), so why not take a chance?

Chump – Toby McLean (WB)

Our Chump of the week who we advise to stay away from is Bulldog midfielder, Toby McLean. The Bulldogs injury woes have resulted in McLean getting more midfield minutes, which has inflated his fantasy average and PlayON price ($14.9m). He’ll be coming up against an elite Collingwood midfield that has gotten the better of him in the past, keeping him to a dismal 66.5 points in the last two meetings. Keep Clear.

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