I’d ideally like to hold onto Reimis Smith while playing in a dominant Melbourne team, but I have enough decent stock in my centres that I don’t particularly need him.
He’s done well for me so far this season and has been handy to play in games heavily favouring Melbourne.
He drops out, David Fifita comes in.
We experienced first hand a few weeks back how devastating Fifita is as a ball-runner.
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For obvious reasons he is a focal point of the Titans attack and will be as they fight for a finals berth this season.
He’s the likeliest of just about any forward in the competition to amass attacking stats, and as an 80 minute player he is hard to go past.
Gold Coast have a near full strength team back on deck and it gives them plenty of creative spark with ball in hand.
A greater attacking unit also creates fluency in their shape which enables them to isolate Fifita on the opposing halfback he’s running at, which is a terrifying task for anyone.
He’s an easy selection for my side at a pretty affordable rate too.
At this point it’ll just be the one trade for the week, subject to change…