Quantium data analysis: Round 8, 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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With Lachie Weller going down with a flare up of the same knee he did an ACL on last year, hopefully that opens the door for Charlie Constable to come back into the side.

Tom Stewart’s ownership continues to rise as he looks likely to finish as a top 6 defender.

Lachie Cowan and Darcy Wilmot’s ownership has dropped considerably.


7% of coaches said goodbye to Jacob Hopper and missed out on his third ton of the year.

Will Setterfield plummeted from 43% inside the top 10k to just 11%.

Jack Steele’s ownership inside the top 1k increased from 0% to 19%


Same old, same old.

The combination of Rowan Marshall & Tim English is the way to go.


Tim Taranto is beginning to seperate himself from the rest of the forward crop with a season average of 118.

Mattaes Phillipou is in just 4% of the top 1k now.

Blake Drury is on the up!


Clayton Oliver has made a name for himself as the safe captaincy option each week, as is Marcus Bontempelli.

40% of coaches were happy enough with their VC choice, most likely Josh Dunkley on Friday night.

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