The trade has thus far paid off for the Suns, with Markov playing well off half-back and scoring 89 and 92 for those SuperCoach recruiters as well, who love to take on early risks. Then there’s Taylor Duryea, the former Hawthorn triple-premiership player, who has started the 2021 season in blistering form for the Western Bulldogs.
Duryea, unlike Markov, adds extra value through his dual-position as a defender and forward. Duryea is priced slightly higher at $342,200 but is also expected to have his price increase by approximately $41,800 and only needs 7 points to break even. Unless he goes down with an injury, which I hope doesn’t happen, it’s highly probable that this jump in value will take place considering he’s averaging 97 points this season.
Duryea’s first two rounds have been spectacular, scoring 88 and 106. These two defenders are not the names that SuperCoach experts and players toss around too often but that’s where you might be able to get an advantage over your opponents. There aren’t too many teams with either of these two and if their form continues, you could have a cash-cow with a point of difference.