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With the first Origin done and dusted, coaches must now think ahead to the second bye week in round 15.

Round 13 will see head-to-head matches resume.

The regular Best of the Bunnies section will not feature this week, due to the clubs bye.With many Rabbitohs players being coach favourites this season, most will be down on numbers.It is still important to have a strong line-up.

Best of the Rest

Cash Cows:

West Tigers winger, David Nofoaluma (WFB - $101,600), shapes up as the cash cow of the round. He has posted solid scores in his first two NRL games and has a break-even of -48.

With the Tigers decimated by injury, this rookie is set to hold his spot for some fast cash over the next few weeks.

Clint Greenshields (WFB - $171,900) has stepped into Matt Bowens shoes at the Cowboys.

Despite being part of an out-of-form team, Greenshields has a decent two-round average of 36. He also has job security, with Bowen not due to return from a knee injury until at least round 19.

Bargain Basement:

The Warriors round 12 demolition of Brisbane has many players set for healthy price jumps over the next few rounds.

Kevin Locke (WFB - $205,400), Feliti Mateo (2RF/HLF - $299,900) and Manu Vatuvai (WFB - $258,200) look to be the biggest climbers and all three are more than capable of consistent performances.

There are risks involved in these trades. The Warriors may have two wins on the trot, but they are yet to find momentum this year.

Extra Origin Tip of the Week

Tip #4: Start preparing your team for the round 15 bye week.

The Bye Planner below enables coaches to see where the byes fall over the eight-round Origin period. Check it carefully, as eight clubs have a bye.

Only the Panthers, Sea Eagles and Sharks have both of their byes during the first two State of Origin bye weeks, meaning five new clubs have byes in round 15. Any team which can field at least 15 players in round 15 will fare well.

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