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By Megan Potts

Round 19 and getting deep into the season which means we are all probably starting to run low on trades, but that being said make sure you save a couple for the final weeks just to cover for injuries and suspensions.

Don't make any unnecessary trades, it’s time to finalise your 17, which is what we have been working towards.

Back to last week, this week, our ins and outs and who I think you should maybe buy, sell or hold.

Our own Wade Graham and Luke Lewis, in his 250th NRL game, were two of the standout performers from round 18, along with Warrior Shaun Johnson and Manly skipper Jamie Lyon.

Beau Scott returns from suspension for the Knights this weekend and after eight weeks on the sideline due to suspension Greg Bird makes his comeback for the Titans. Josh Dugan and Benji Marshall return for the Dragons

A pectoral injury to Sam Williams (Raiders) will see him sidelined for up to five weeks, Lachlan Burr (Titans) makes way for Greg Bird, while Joel Reddy (Rabbitohs) has missed selection this week

It could be a good time to bring Adam Reynolds (Rabbitohs) into your team, while Lewis has been playing amazingly well for the Sharks and could bulk up your final 17. Lyon is also worth considering after a great return for Manly last week

There are rumours circulating that Johnson (Warriors) suffered an injury at training this week but he has been named and should play. Graham (Sharks) was a massive last week scoring 83 Fantasy points and is well worth hanging onto.

It is predicted Williams (Raiders) could be sidelined for up to five weeks with a pec injury and while Dallin Watene-Zelezniac (Panthers) was on my buy list last week he has been hospitalised with a collapsed lung and is out indefinitely.


Good luck this week Fantasy Coaches and remember to trade wisely! 

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