We have arrived at round 10 of FOX Sports Fantasy A-League, so read on below to see who we think you should trade in, trade out, and give another chance for your fantasy sides this week.
Nicolas Martinez $297k [MID]
The A-League may have just found its new favourite import, with the Argentinian netting and assisting again this week. At the top end in terms of pricing yet still only owned by 11% of players; he could be a match-winner for your sides.
Jumpei Kusukami $214k [MID]
Moving from a ‘Keep’ to a ‘Trade In’ status is another of the Wanderer’s imports. Playing in an influential wing position, he added his second goal in as many weeks, and is at a very affordable price for some midfield re-shuffling.
Jonathan Aspro $102k [DEF]
The young defender may have just solidified his spot in the red and black line-up. Cheap as chips in a side that is gaining momentum, he is a genuine bench option to consider for your side.
Roy Krishna $267k [FWD]
The Phoenix may be facing some more off-field issues with the loss of their coach, but that does not mean we can discount their fantasy prospects. The Fijian international has already proved their most reliable source of goals, so let’s not lose hope quite yet.
Henrique $241k [FWD]
The ‘Slippery Fish’ made a stunning starting return from injury, and while this may not be the most certain indicator of form, it is at least a sign that he has not lost his way in his time off. He may prove to increase in value as the weeks go by.
Luke Brattan $260k [MID]
A vital cog in the City midfield and often an important performer, but fantasy wise the Australian isn’t delivering. Could be a risk to trade out but with a lot of value out there it may just be worth it.
Isaias $209k [MID]
Often teasing with some good performances, the Spaniard has a lot of influence but has never fully convinced in terms of break-out scores. Now suspended for a week, we finally have an extra reason to trade him if you’re so inclined.
Ninkovic – Sydney will be desperate to atone for their Cup loss, and the star midfielder is no stranger to the big stage. Expect him to lead the way whatever the result.
Keogh – The tall forward comes up against one of the league’s worst defensive sides. Playing home expect the onus to be on him to deliver the win.
Martinez – Is in some fine form and is coming up against a Victory side that although have improved defensively, have proved vulnerable in midfield, the area where the Spaniard thrives.
Good luck and don’t forget to comment down below your teams and any queries!