We are well and truly on the home stretch now for 2020 NRL Supercoach with head-to-head finals kicking off this weekend.
Remember to be smart with your head-to-head clashes. Keep an eye on the live scores and how you are tracking against your opponent.
Sometimes opportunities present to close out the win by matching your opponent’s players.
It may not necessarily lead to a bigger score, but if it guarantees you the win and another week in the finals it will be well worth it.
Good luck to all those teams in contention for their head-to-head crowns and of course to my man Timmy Williams who is in 10th position overall and around 120 points off the lead. Exciting times ….. bring it home Timmy!
Can you feel your season slipping away from you? Consider these Super Pods – all at less than 1% ownership – to set you apart from the rest. They are risky but the rewards might be there for those that take the risks!
Cade Cust (Sea Eagles – 5/8th)
Sure Cust has been a bit down the last few weeks, but he is capable and he’s always taking on the line and testing the defence. He’s always capable of jagging a try here or there. Manly have a soft run home.
Peta Hiku (Warriors – CTW)
Hiku is in career best form and if you believe the Warriors can make a run for the finals then you have to believe Peta Hiku and Adam Pompey will score well in SuperCoach.
Jarrod Wallace (Titans – FRF)
Wallace appears to have played his way back into the run on side and the favour of the head coach.
Either that or he’s putting him out in the shop window for other clubs to try to offload him next year.
Either way if he plays 50+ minutes Wallace is more than capable of putting up good numbers.
Isaac Lumelume (Storm – CTW)
I’ve seen some impressive debut games in my time, but this was a ripper. Sure Lumelume didn’t get a try, but he certainly passed the eye test. He has a huge future ahead of him.
Brian Kelly (Titans – CTW)
The Titans have a soft draw and Kelly is proven SC performer in the past. He’s a real SuperPOD for the last month of footy.