GOING UP Elliot Kavanagh MID (Ess)
After scores of 77 and 49 in his first two games for the year, Kavanagh faces a breakeven of -40 heading into round 13. While Travis Colyer’s season-ending foot injury seemingly helps Kavanagh’s job security, the possible return of first-choice midfielders Heath Hocking and David Zaharakis may be a different story so watch team selection closely. Same goes with team-mate Orazio Fantasia (FWD), who has a breakeven of -20. Andrew Boston MID (GC) Although already experiencing a price rice of $66k, Boston, fresh off the bye, has a very low breakeven of -40 and, at $191k, is still worth considering as a downgrade option this week. Boston looked very impressive in the Suns’ round 11 loss to the Dockers, picking up 22 possessions and 91 points.