Squad Breakdown: Team insights, Round 4

2020 NRL SuperCoach runner-up Tim Williams analyses all the key SuperCoach ins and outs following the release of Round 4 teams.

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It was another extremely tough week of SuperCoach action, with a plethora of injuries and HIAs compounding the losses of Nathan Cleary and Ryan Papenhuyzen. Fortunately the Cooma Stallions escaped the damage relatively unscathed, knocking out 1,202 points to move into 2,011th overall. We’ve seen the first of the year’s price rises occur, while the emergence of boom cheapie Josh Schuster in a stacked 5/8 position will make for an intriguing round of trades. Let’s take a look at the Round 4 teams. Embed from Getty Imageswindow.gie=window.gie||function(c){(gie.q=gie.q||[]).push(c)};gie(function(){gie.widgets.load({id:'94KSIpUI

2 Responses to “Squad Breakdown: Team insights, Round 4”

  1. Gday Tim,

    I imagine I’m not alone in being concerned about my CTWs, none of the cheapies we started with are really delivering. I’m keen to bring in either To’o or Lomax, but to do so I will need to upgrade either Staines or Mead. I’ve been closely watching both and actually believe Mead is the better worker and is likely to keep delivering solid base points, but nearly all experts are saying Staines is the better choice due to his attacking potential on the end of the Penrith backline. I feel Mead has more price rises coming so I’m inclined to keep him. What are your thoughts?

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