AFL Fantasy Analysis: Rory Sloane


Rory Sloane like many other Adelaide players suffered a slide in 2018, he missed 9 games due to a foot injury & averaged 89.9pts for the year.

Sloane scored 100pts or more in 33.3% of games & 120pts or more in 0.0% of games in 2018, this was a significant regression compared to 2017.

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A fit Sloane is one to consider for a bounce back season in 2019, he will be well supported by the return of Brad Crouch in the midfield.

Sloane has been the key shutdown target by opposition clubs since the departure of Patrick Dangerfield at the end of 2015, his ability to hit high ceiling games previously compensated for his low scores but in 2018 he was unable to find the right balance for fantasy coaches.

If you are forecasting Adelaide to return as a top rated team in 2019 then it is likely Sloane will play a big role, he averaged 110.8pts from winning games in 2017.

Adelaide averaged 383.0 Disposals in the 2018 H&A season (Rank 5). they averaged 397.3 Disposals in the 2017 H&A season (Rank 5).

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