Quantium data analysis: Round 5, numbers to get ahead of the pack

Quantium CEO Adam Driussi provides invaluable breakdowns to allow you to differ your side from those atop the rankings.


The tables below set out the proportion of teams in the top 500, top 1,000, top 5,000, top 10,000, top 20,000, top 50,000 and top 100,000 that own each player by position.   

Without further ado, let’s get into this week’s data.

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It’s no surprise seeing Sam Docherty’s ownership absolutely plummet after his meniscus injury.

Nick Daicos and Jordan Dawson are pushing their owners higher and higher up the ranks.

Is it time to move on Reuben Ginbey? With a breakeven of 81, I would expect his ownership to drop this week.


The vast majority of the competition will be in trouble after Tom Green got himself suspended; a perfect opportunity for non-owners to jump in front.

Much like Reuben Ginbey, Cam Mackenzie’s time in our sides is on thin ice. He’s currently the most traded out player this week due to his breakeven of 89.

Just 20% of the comp enjoyed the fruits of Lachie Neale’s 176; the biggest score of the season so far!

Matthew Johnson went up slightly in price but because of two sub-impacted scores, it’s definitely not too late to jump on him this week.


Once again, Rowan Marshall and Tim English dominate the ownership stats.

Esava Ratugolea is finally starting to reward his owners with back-to-back 88’s.

With a three-round average of 131, don’t be surprised if Sean Darcy’s ownership inside the top 1k increases.


DEF status makes Harry Sheezel all the more enticing!

Alwyn Davey is very highly owned but after not playing last week, and with rumours circulating that he could be the sub this week, perhaps it’s time to send him on his way.

42% of the top 20k jumped on Jacob van Rooyen for his $55k price rise.

It’s time to trade Anthony Caminiti! He clocked Nathan Murphy in the head and will spend the next month or so on the sidelines.

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