Tom Mitchell is likely to miss the entire 2019 season, he suffered a leg injury Friday morning during a tackling drill at pre-season training. Mitchell is set to undergo surgery prior to his rehabilitation, Hawthorn released a statement a short time ago. “For Tom to suffer an injury like this
NEWS With a fair majority of players back for pre-season the information coming out of clubs has certainly spiked, fantasy coaches should be aware that there is a distinct difference between where players are wanting to play compared to where coaches see them fitting into a team structure. Fantasy
AFL FANTASY ANALYSIS Tom Mitchell produced another strong fantasy season in 2018 averaging 128.2pts (Incl. Finals), he averaged a remarkable 147.0pts from his opening 3 games of the year. Over his next 10 games Mitchell averaged 112.3pts before closing out the H&A season averaging 142.0pts from his last 9 games.
NEWS The opening week of pre-season is in the books and while there were no ground breaking fantasy comments to report it’s good to see actual players hit the track in November. Jye Bolton could be on the radar for fantasy coaches next season with a potential return to an
💰 Tom Mitchell (DS $18,970) MID Mitchell has been a fantasy monster again this year, he averaged 129.2pts during the H&A season and was serviceable last week putting up 119pts in a losing Final. Mitchell scored 100pts or more in 78.3% of games & 120pts or more in 60.9% of