@StormTrooper96 wrote:Most weeks I normally am pretty set on trades and have some sort of idea into what direction I am heading. Sitting at a rank of 93 I want to keep the momentum going and cement my spot inside the top 100 for the first time ever.
12 Trades and 92K in the bank. Team before trades sits at:
Matterson Lucy Lolo
Ponga Papy HTF
Young Butcher Luai Farnsworth
Niu Angus Fermor Koro
I can field a 17 this week, with no confidence; however, I feel if I sit on this I could fall behind where others are trading Angus to the likes of Cook, Tevaga, Hunt, Bateman and either gaining ground or putting a gap on me.
I have the same trade in targets as others: Asi, Sironen, Hunt, Tevaga… I think out of those Sironen is a must have (>300K, starting 2RF and the best JS)
Not sure what to do with Niu/Fermor neither have made enough cash to warrant a cash out and I don’t want to trade Young/Luai because they are playable green dots and still with the opportunity to make more money.
Then there is Angus – already down to 3.9% ownership before the weekend. So hoping he is only out for about 2 weeks could be a massive POD putting up BIG scores for the run home.
Any advice/thoughts/trade plans would be much appreciated.
If your goal is remaining top 100, and you want to get some PODs to do that, then looking at total ownership is useless. Find/generate the ownership amongst the top 100 and use that.
More important than PODS, I'd be looking at getting Tedesco into your team. Or if that is too expensive, then at least a better WFB3 than HTF.
Angus+Butcher gives you Tedesco+Bayley Sironen plus a nice warchest to start upgrading Luai/Young in the coming weeks
You are $5k short of Angus+Niu - Tedesco+Bayley
I think Niu is probably better as a permanent red dot but if you like any of the cheaper options you could bring one of them in for Niu and ride Butcher for a couple more weeks if you think he'll get the game time.
You have enough trades that you should be able to cash Bayley out again later rather than use him as a pure cash out.