It was a round where things started evening out. Some of the players that exceeded expectations early on gave their coaches a reality check.
One man who is consistently getting the job done for his coaches is Marc Murphy. Carltonâ€™s skipper started at $482,000 and after four rounds is now worth well over $600,000. Murphy is the highest averaging AFL Fantasy player following scores of 139, 125, 145 and 124.
While there has been a fast start to the year from our premiums, Murphy is the only player to have scored more than 120 in each game.
If youâ€™re in the 73 per cent of coaches who donâ€™t have him, is it too late to get him?
The Traders discuss the big movers of the opening four rounds and how to get the most out of the cash cows in your team. Roy, Calvin and Warnie dissect the best trades and discuss the selection dilemmas facing Fantasy coaches ahead of round five.
Also in this weekâ€™s podcast:
â€¢ The highs and lows from round four (link to Royâ€™s Form Watch)
â€¢ Chopâ€™s chopping block
â€¢ Fantasy news including injuries, suspensions, â€œMagoos newsâ€ and more
â€¢ The dual position player watch list
â€¢ Social media questions answered
â€¢ A look ahead to Anzac Day and your Match Day teams
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