Buy, Hold, Sell: Golden Boot contender with 6% ownership set for massive value spike

To buy, to hold or to sell? That is the question facing managers ahead of a new round of Official A-Leagues Fantasy football!

The A-Leagues Fantasy Show debated long and hard on this week’s episode over which players to transfer in and out ahead of the weekend’s action – with in-form Glory striker Millie Farrow the talk of the town.

Meanwhile, Mariners winger Angel Torres is starting to fulfil the hype that came with his signature in the off-season, while an injured Brisbane Roar forward offers excellent trade value to the 11% of fantasy managers who own him ahead of Round 8.

Read on as takes you through the players to consider buying, holding or selling in Isuzu UTE A-League and Liberty A-League fantasy this weekend.

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Traded outTraded in
Rhianna Pollicina (MCY)Millie Farrow (PER)
Susan Phonsongkham (PER)Adriana Taranto (WUN)
Annabel Martin (CCM)Kate Taylor (WEL)
Grace Jale (PER)Beattie Goad (MVC)
Jordan Silkowitz (BRI)Sham Khamis (WSW)
Fiona Worts (SYD)Kirsty Fenton (SYD)
Marisa van der Meer (WEL)Madison McComasky (WSW)
Jenna McCormick (BRI)Kayla Morrison (MVC)
Julia Grosso (MCY)Sophie Harding (WSW)
Rebekah Stott (MCY)Elizabeth Anton (PER)

Projected price rise (after Round 8)

  1. Millie Farrow (PER): $96k
  2. Vesna Milivojevic (CAN): $79k
  3. Adriana Taranto (WUN): $64k
  4. Sham Khamis (WSW): $56k
  5. Sofia Christopherson (CAN): $48k
  6. Madison McComasky (WSW): $48k
  7. Holly Caspers (WSW): $48k
  8. Elizabeth Anton (PER): $42k
  9. Sophie Harding (WSW): $42k
  10. Danika Matos (WSW): $41k
Sophie Harding.

Projected price drop (after Round 8)

  1. Isabella Foletta (PER): $67k
  2. Emily Gielnik (MVC): $59k
  3. Taren King (CCM): $53k
  4. Grace Jale (PER): $48k
  5. Rhianna Pollicina (MCY): $45k
  6. Princess Ibini (SYD): $42k
  7. Hana Lowry (PER): $42k
  8. Maria Rojas (CAN): $40k
  9. Emma Robers (WUN): $37k
  10. Michaela Foster (WEL): $36k
Isabella Foletta.


Millie Farrow (Perth Glory)

  • Price: $378k
  • Position: FWD
  • Ownership: 6%

Millie Farrow is exploding in Perth Glory colours, and her form on the pitch is translating into massive fantasy hauls.

A career-first hat-trick from Farrow helped Perth to the top of the table at the end of Round 7, with three points earned in a 3-1 win over former league-leaders Melbourne City.

Farrow scored 33 points in the process. The English striker has now scored 48 points in her last two games, and her value is expected to rise by $96k after Round 8 on current form.

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Grace Jale (Perth Glory)

  • Price: $329k
  • Position: MID
  • Ownership: 15%

Grace Jale was surprisingly left on the bench for Perth’s road trip to City in Round 7 – but don’t be too quick to shift the New Zealand international out of your squad.

Jale’s last three appearances have produced a mere eight points – and it’s night and day when stacked up against her early-season form. Jale had three individual-round scores of 16 and over in her first four appearances this season, and returning home to face Sydney FC this weekend, will hope to make her way back into the starting XI.

Grace Jale.


Rhianna Pollicina (Melbourne City)

  • Price: $341k
  • Position: FWD
  • Ownership: 24%

Around two massive hauls of 20+ points in Rounds 2 and 4, Rhianna Pollicina’s fantasy form has been patchy at best this season. With an average of just two points in her last three games, Pollicina is performing well below her average of 10.1 for the season and is set to see her fantasy value decrease at the end of Round 8.

Rhianna Pollicina.



Traded outTraded in
Lachlan Wales (WUN)Bruno Fornaroli (MVC)
Tate Russell (WSW)Yianni Nicolau (MAC)
Nick Ansell (ADL)Clayton Taylor (NEW)
Henry Hore (BRI)Tolgay Arslan (MCY)
Jamie Maclaren (MCY)Daniel Hall (CCM)
Alexandar Popovic (ADL)Brian Kaltak (CCM)
Thomas Waddingham (BRI)Isaac Hovar (MAC)
Alex Paulsen (WEL)Marcus Antonsson (WSW)
Joe Lolley (SYD)Jake Hollman (MAC)
Scott Wootton (WEL)Apostolos Stamatelopoulos (NEW)

Projected price rise (after Round 8)

  1. Angel Torres (CCM): $87k
  2. Bruno Fornaroli (MVC): $82k
  3. Marcus Antonsson (WSW): $78k
  4. Valère Germain (MAC): $75k
  5. Brian Kaltak (CCM): $74k
  6. Tolgay Arslan (MCY): $71k
  7. Daniel Hall (CCM): $62k
  8. Jake Hollman (MAC): $55k
  9. Jaiden Kucharski (SYD): $55k
  10. Zach Clough (ADL): $53k

Projected price drop (after Round 8)

  1. Jack Clisby (WSW): $78k
  2. Marcelo (WSW): $69k
  3. Lachlan Barr (ADL): $68k
  4. Tate Russell (WSW): $65k
  5. Lawrence Thomas (WSW): $64k
  6. Oskar Zawada (WEL): $58k
  7. Reno Piscopo (NEW): $55k
  8. Oliver Sail (PER): $52k
  9. Brandon Borrello (WSW): $48k
  10. Corey Brown (BRI): $44k


Angel Torres (Central Coast)

  • Price: $333k
  • Position: FWD
  • Ownership: 5%

The Mariners are on a three-game unbeaten streak, and their fantasy assets are back in vogue as a result. Angel Torres is no exception; he’s finally showing value in the game, with his value skyrocketing by $161k from the start of the season to now boosted significantly by his last three gameweeks.

Torres has scored eight, 18 and 20 points in his last three appearances.


Jack Clisby (Western Sydney)

  • Price: $407k
  • Position: DEF
  • Ownership: 7%

The Wanderers have shipped six goals in their last two games, but don’t let their recent results scare you off owning a Western Sydney defender or two – especially Jack Clisby, who has been scoring freely early in the fantasy season.

An out-of-sorts score of -5 in a 4-3 loss to Melbourne Victory won’t be repeated this weekend; Clisby scored seven, 11 and 24 in his three prior appearances and despite his Round 7 slump, is still the third-highest scoring defender in fantasy.

Jack Clisby.


Henry Hore (Brisbane Roar)

  • Price: $336k
  • Position: FWD
  • Ownership: 11%

Henry Hore is in the top-30 with the highest fantasy ownershp in the Isuzu UTE A-League – but is set to miss Round 8 through injury.

In 11% of teams and priced at $336k, Hore’s value could be better spent on the likes of Nicolas Milanovic ($330k) who is the fifth-highest scoring forward in the game, or the similarly valued Angel Torres ($337k), Valère Germain ($354k) or Nishan Velupillay ($259k).

Henry Hore.