Dan Hannebery is on a reduced workload for the next fortnight due to a hamstring issue, he pulled up sore from match simulation on February 1.
St Kilda are adamant there is no hamstring strain (via @dinnynavaratnam).
Hannebery has been on a modified program for most of the pre-season, he is currently in running/boxing training.
Hannebery was traded to St Kilda in the off-season, he played 208 games for Sydney and was a member of their 2012 Premiership team.
Hannebery averaged 18.7 Disposals in his final year at the Swans, it was the first time he averaged fewer than 20 Disposals since his first career season of 2009.
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The latest injury news for Hannebery will likely move the needle on ownership, coming off a season average of just 62.4pts (Incl. Finals) will have coaches fearful of injury issues and low scores again in 2019.
Based on his starting price for the 2019 season Hannebery offers tremendous value, St Kilda were a high Disposal team last season which if maintained would suit the fantasy game of Hannebery.
The choice to start Hannebery will no doubt be a critical decision for fantasy coaches, especially if he can avoid injuries for the remainder of the pre-season.
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