AFL.com.au's Fantasy experts, Roy, Calvin and Warnie, deliver a podcast full of tips to help you have a successful (and fun) Fantasy season.
Melbourne 2021 Fantasy preview
Calvin runs through his AFL Fantasy Classic and Draft watchlist from the Demons.
0:40 - Calvin researched hard to find that the Dees had the fewest players average 75 (adjusted) or more last year.
1:45 - Will Max Gawn have an ADP of 1?
3:50 - Have we disrespected Clayton Oliver in Fantasy? His numbers are insane.
5:25 - Christian Petracca loses his FWD status, but does he lose all relevance?
7:00 - With his new defensive role, James Harmes dropped his average by a truckload.
GWS Giants 2021 Fantasy preview
Warnie runs through his AFL Fantasy Classic and Draft watchlist from the Giants.
1:00 - Nick Haynes was one of the only Giants to improve his average last season.
1:40 - The second most selected player in Fantasy Classic is Brayden Preuss and with good reason.
3:50 - Warnie says Tim Taranto is a no-brainer.
5:15 - Lachie Whitfield is in the conversation to be the best defender in 2021.
7:05 - Durability is a factor when deciding where to pick Josh Kelly in Fantasy Draft.
9:00 - If Toby Greene gets some midfield clock, then he is under-priced.
10:20 - Who will fill the void in the backline?
Carlton 2021 Fantasy preview
Roy runs through his AFL Fantasy Classic and Draft watchlist from the Blues.
1:15 - Roy is up and about with new recruit Zac Williams and thinks he will be in for bulk midfield time.
3:20 - Sam Docherty remains relatively cheap consider what he's produced in the past.
5:00 - Will there be a bounce back from Patrick Cripps with his extra midfield help?
6:45 - Nic Newman is an interesting prospect returning from injury.
9:30 - Remember that Brodie Kemp is a basement priced option who could play early on.
Fremantle 2021 Fantasy preview
Calvin runs through his AFL Fantasy Classic and Draft watchlist from the Dockers.
1:05 - Could Nat Fyfe end up with FWD status in 2021?
3:30 - Consider Luke Valente for your bench.
5:10 - Blake Acres is available as a MID only.
6:30 - For tradition's sake, we have to mention Connor Blakely.
7:05 - Roy is still traumatised by Luke Ryan, but he could be a top defender based on some of his advanced stats.
9:00 - MID/FWD Michael Walters will still be around the mark as one of the best forwards.
Essendon 2021 Fantasy preview
Warnie runs through his AFL Fantasy Classic and Draft watchlist from the Bombers.
0:40 - Zach Merrett had an exceptional season, making him one of the most dependable Fantasy options in the game.
2:05 - Former Giant Jye Caldwell has DPP and could be a mid-priced improver in the red-and-black.
4:00 - A discount for Dyson Heppell puts him in the mix for a midfield spot now that he's priced in the mid-70s.
7:15 - Roy's pick of Andrew McGrath was one of his best last year.
9:10 - Calvin say no to two-metre Peter Wright.
10:50 - $170k FWD Harrison Jones should get a gig at some stage.
Gold Coast 2021 Fantasy preview
Roy runs through his AFL Fantasy Classic and Draft watchlist from the Suns.
0:50 - Matt Rowell is the most selected player in Fantasy Classic and with good reason.
4:10 - Stripped of FWD status, Hugh Greenwood may be an option for Draft leagues iwth advanced categories.
6:00 - Is there some value in Jarrod Witts?
7:05 - Rory Atkins could be someone to consider.
8:40 - After smashing a PB in the 2km time-trial, the boys like the look of Will Brodie.
11:10 - Draftee Elijah Hollands has some Fantasy pedigree.
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Playing AFL Fantasy is like trying to get to the top of Hogwarts through those stairs that keep changing direction, with a thousand screaming kids running in all directions.
Eventually you are going to need some guidance from those that live in the castle and thankfully we have been gifted 3 wizards from the Ministry of Madness in Cal, Warnie
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Really commended you blokes calling out braggarts and sooks every other year I’ve listened. Unfortunately Roy now finds himself in both those categories. Seems a good fella but spare your listeners your navel gazing, bottom lip dragging, deceitful self gratification. Love Calvin though, very genuine and funny. Warnie always helms with a great balance of professionalism and piss takery. Big fan, keep up the content.