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2018 AFL: Round 13 Fantasy Prop Bets
There were some exciting games in the first week of the bye-rounds, highlighted by the Friday Night duel between the Power and the Tigers. The second week of the bye-rounds has the potential to be even better than the first, with some huge matches set to play out. Check out our best AFL Fantasy player props in Round 13 here!
The little master looks to have recovered from injury and is playing the type of footy that we saw from him at his best. Ablett is averaging 32 disposals, 2 goals, and over 120 fantasy points in his last 3 games, which gives me great confidence in backing his overs again in Round 13. He has scored 105+ points in 6 of his 8 games this season and is now playing more midfield minutes than he was previously. It’s a big game for the Cats on Sunday against the Tigers, which is exactly the type of game the GOAT thrives in.
Andrew Gaff is a reigning All-Australian winger and there’s no doubting that he’s having a terrific 2018 season so far. He’s averaging a career high 110 fantasy points a game this season for the top-of-the-ladder Eagles and is coming off a 154-point game against the Hawks. However, Gaff is an outside player who loves the open wings in Perth and on the MCG and I can see him struggling against the Swans on the smaller and more congested SCG. He scored 96 points in their Round 1 loss to the Swans and I can see him going Unders again here.
Lachie Neale is quietly putting together yet another solid season. He’s averaging 100 fantasy points per game and is a great supporting player for Nat Fyfe. However, I believe his over/under market is a little inflated this week. Neale has not averaged over 101 points since Fyfe returned from his broke leg 2 season ago and he’s set to fall short of that again this year. The other Docker midfielders have also made great strides this season, which means Neale is spending a little bit more time in the forward line than he did previously. Happy to take his Unders here.