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2021 AFL DFS: Round 6 Top Plays Sunday


Nth Melbourne v Melbourne (Blundstone Arena), Sunday 2nd May 1:10pm AEST

Essendon v Carlton (MCG), Sunday 2nd May 3:20pm AEST

West Coast v Fremantle (Optus Stadium), Sunday 2nd May 4:40pm AEST


Nth Melbourne 12.50 Melbourne 1.03 -57.5

Essendon 2.05 Carlton 1.80 -4.5

West Coast 1.84 -1.5 Fremantle 2.00


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The work rate for Sam Walsh has been outstanding this season, his ability to work in & away from contested situations to go to the next contested situation has been elite.

He has averaged 113.8pts from his last 4 games, Bombers senior coach Ben Rutten said earlier this week he would back in his system rather than target Walsh on Sunday.

Ownership will likely be moderate. 


Clayton Oliver has scored 100pts or more in his last 5 games, he has averaged 121.0pts over the same period. 

He is the No.1 ranked player in the AFL this season for team centre bounces at a usage rate of 87.4%.

The Kangaroos have targeted opposition mids this season, if the game breaks open in favour of Melbourne then expect Oliver to start scoring at a high rate. 

Ownership will likely be moderate. 

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Nick Bryan will make his AFL debut in Round 7, he was selected at pick 38 in the 2019 AFL Draft.

He will likely be used at a decent rate as the No.1 ruck option for Essendon on Sunday, he has averaged 20.0 Disposals, 3.5 Marks, 2.5 Tackles & 32.0 Hit Outs in the VFL this season from 2 games.

With a built in points floor with the Hit Outs, Bryan is likely in a decent position to exceed value. Ownership could be strong.

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