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There are a few team changes coming in this week that will affect a lot of Dream Team coaches.

Popular Wests Tigers selection Jacob Miller has been dropped to the NSW Cup with Braith Anasta to take over at halfback.

The easy move to make is a straight trade for Panther Tom Humble who is slightly cheaper ($132,200) and looks set for a huge price rise this week after he plays his third game of the season.

Krisnan Inu will miss the next five weeks through suspension and if you want a straight swap, Steve Matai at centre or Roger Tuivasa-Sheck as a Wing/Fullback are probably your best bets in terms of players on the up.

Biggest Movers

If youre looking for a mid-range second rower, the Knights' Adam Cuthbertson might be your man.

He played just 30 minutes last week but was helped to 64 points by his two try effort.

Even with a modest score this week he should rise in price significantly, but whether he can keep up his average is unlikely.

Tyrone Roberts, also from the Knights, had another cracking game, rising by $33,900 for the week and $42,500 overall.

It seems to be a lottery at the Knights in regards to where or even if Kurt Gidley will play but Roberts seems to have the halfback slot sewn up, at least for now.

Hes averaging 38.5 points per game, which includes his nine points in round one so hell keep rising for the moment.

Biggest Losers

Eels captain Jarryd Hayne dropped a massive $43,700 last week to $362,300 after his 10 points in round four but keep him in your radar.

He scored a superb 63 in round one but with the Eels losing three in a row his form has followed suit.

The last two seasons he has averaged over 50 points per game and there's no doubting his talent.

A modest return of 19.5 points per game for North Queensland's Matt Bowen has seen him drop $86,300 to $276,300.

Is he past it? Definitely not.

Like Hayne, he's a proven performer experiencing a temporary slump in line with his team's results.

His 34 points against the best defence in the comp, the Storm, is about par for him but he should still average somewhere near the 45 points he has in previous years.

Keep an eye on him because he'll rise in price.

Get Some Red and Green in Your Team!

With another strong performance, George Burgess rose another $26,000 for a total increase of $70,600.

With a break even score of -9 needed this week hell rise yet again so jump on board the Burgess Express before its too late.
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