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NRL Round 12 will see just four matches played as we enter the bye period due to State of Origin, which narrows the players we can select. The match we will be looking to take advantage of this weekend is the Newcastle Knights vs Parramatta Eels. The Knights have been the worst defensive team this season and have leaked 375 points this season at an average of close to 35 per match. As player’s scores are boosted through attacking stats, we will be selecting a lot of Eels players this weekend.
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Hooker – Isaac De Gois ($3,500) Parramatta Eels
De Gois has been the beneficiary of Nathan Peats being forced out of the eels and has been playing big minutes as a result. At the cheap price of just $3,500 he is a must have for this weekend, especially when he is playing a Newcastle Knights defence that he could split a part up the middle and get a lot of attacking stats along with his base stats when tackling.
Forward – Manu Ma’u ($7,000) Parramatta Eels
Ma’u is an 80-minute edge player that is very consistent. He will make a large amount of tackles, will go searching for the ball and is capable of picking up attacking statistics with a good offload.
Forward – James Graham ($8,500) Canterbury Bulldogs
Graham is a base stat machine and is involved in nearly every tackle when he is on the field. He will look to get in at least one hit up when his team is marching up the field and his already large minutes will be increased this weekend with David Klemmer and Josh Jackson on Origin duty.
Forward – Alex Glenn ($5,900) Brisbane Broncos
The big back rower for the Broncos will likely play the full 80-minutes this weekend as the side is without three of their forwards due to Origin. This will boost his score well above his average and he will have the capability of picking up attacking stats against a weak Tigers defence.
Forward – Joe Ofahengaue ($4,200) Brisbane Broncos
At a cheap price due to generally receiving low minutes, Ofahengaue has been elevated to the starting line up and will play an increased role this weekend with the Broncos being without their Origin stars.
Half – Kieran Foran ($6,900) Parramatta Eels
The halfback returned to action last week for the Eels but is still receiving treatment. He left the field with a shoulder injury but has been named to play and as the side is playing on Monday night he will be right to go and should score a high amount of points against the Knights.
Back – Semi Radradra ($9,000) Parramatta Eels
The big winger has returned to try scoring form in recent weeks and grabbed a hat trick against the Rabbitohs two weeks ago. He posted a big score against the Storm on the weekend without crossing the white line and as his centre Michael Jennings will be playing Origin, a lot more ball will be going towards the flyer and he should carve the Knights to pieces.
Back – Jarrod Croker ($8,500) Canberra Raiders
Croker has been in excellent form in the last week posting big attacking stats whilst always coming in field for a hit up to help out his forwards whilst he makes a lot of tackles on the edges. He has the added benefit of kicking goals and the Raiders should score well against the Bulldogs on home soil this weekend.
Back – Euan Aitken ($6,600) St George Illawarra Dragons
In his second year as a first grader, Aitken has begun to excel in attack and he will be up against the rookie Javid Bowen this weekend and will have the opportunity to earn some great attacking stats. Aitken is already a base stat machine as he makes a lot of tackles and is a workhorse for a centre.
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