Nic Martin

Nic Martin is on the bubble this week. Photo: Essendon FC

While last round was the craziest trading week of the year, ahead of Round 4 there are SuperCoach options that you need to bring in now or never.

After the influx of price changes, the trade scene in SuperCoach has settled down. However, there are still some options that are now or never for bringing into your side.

Lowest Breakevens:

Nic Martin $102,400: -124 BE

Beau McCreery $210,900: -48 BE

Lachie Gollant $123,900: -48 BE

Stephen Coniglio $338,500: -48 BE

Jake Bowey $328,300: -46 BE

SuperCoach Trade Options: Buy

Nic Martin $102,400: Martin is a must-have this round if you haven’t brought him in already, with his price set to soar. His role is assured on a wing for the Dons and he looks likely to be one of the best cash cows in SuperCoach this season. Someone you can start at F6 with some confidence.

Thomson Dow $198,900: With a -31 breakeven, Dow looks a tempting option with his forward status. Despite the inflated price tag for a rookie, he’s shown he can hit triple figures already and his role is fantastic. He led both sides for CBAs on Sunday which translated to his score, and it looks set to continue with some key names out of the Tigers’ midfield.

Braydon Preuss $204,700: Preuss started his Giants life with a bang and immediately presents as a starting option to bring in. He scored 109 as sole ruck, with the likelihood being that Matt Flynn comes in and out of the lineup while he stays the number-one option. It’s a risky move to shift a Brodie Grundy type to him, but would free up cash to grab a premium you missed that is firing early in the season.

Also consider: Tom Green $502,400 45 BE, Patrick Cripps $518,800 26 BE, George Hewett $453,700 41 BE.

Highest Breakevens:

Bailey Williams $419,400: 213 BE

Christian Salem $514,500: 205 BE

Luke Parker $576,300: 192

Sean Darcy $642,600: 191 BE

Nic Naitanui $627,400: 190 BE

SuperCoach Trade Options: Sell

Rowan Marshall $506,100: Marshall has now found himself sharing the ruck duties with Paddy Ryder which doesn’t bode well for his scoring output. His price is set to drop and he needs to make way for an option up like Tim English or down like Preuss.

Caleb Daniel $483,000: The role of Daniel continues to shift around the park, and his output is taking a hit as a result. He’s extremely unreliable and there are better options, including teammate Bailey Dale or the flying Jayden Short.

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