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Welcome to this introduction to the topic or rule changes and 2020 Supercoach.
As you can guess, there are a lot of opinions about this out there. Let's delve deeper into rule changes to uncover more.
The main rule changes to 2020 Supercoach are that there will be 17 rounds with 16 minute quarters. Some games will be played within a few days of each other, and their is potentially a break of up to a month at the peak of coronavirus. Also, price changes will happen after 2 matches. Cash cows alert!
A close analysis of rule changes and 2020 Supercoach will reveal some fascinating insights that you may not be aware of.
Everything we know about 2020 Supercoach and rule changes has been provided for your own use. Some of the points raised below will stun you into thinking about rule changes in a new light.
There is a large increase in the levels of interest in rule changes and how it will impact your season.
Take a moment to consider what your current opinion on rule changes entails. Name the first few words that come to mind.
Less durable players will play more games due to shortened quarters? Or perhaps they play less matches due to quicker match turnarounds, leaving you with more zeros.
These thoughts may come in handy later when you are reading further on in this post.
Feast your eyes on the following players.
Let's dive straight into it. Remember, these are just potential outcomes.
There is a very obvious place to kick this off.
Nic Naitanui generally rarely plays more than 70% game time for the West Coast Eagles. Even when he's fit. So with games being 20% shorter, he will overall play a higher percentage of gametime, without being on the ground longer. However, if Eagles are forced to play 2 games in 5 days, he's likely to be rested. At $457,800, he's a great Ruck gamble in a year that is very different.
And that wraps up our starting player One down. What's next.
Will 20% less time prevent Tom Mitchell from gathering his usual 35 touches? And will this impact his scoring?
Potentially. Mitchell is a big second half player, and often pulls many disposals towards the end of the quarters. With shorter quarters, this may reduce his possession count significantly. With no major discount in his price, $630,900, you may want to rethink his selection under the new rules.
This is a good precursor to the next area of discussion. Add the following to your calculations.
These shorter matches will suit Bontempelli perfectly. Bont is a match winner and a game changer, which both bode well for Supercoach which rewards players that impact the match result rather than weight of possessions. These rule changes almost put Bont in lock territory.
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When collating all the information together, you have a more birds eye view on rule changes and what to look for. Now you can get a grip on how this topic has become so talked about.
Now you know even more than you thought you would.
We have now completed exploring this connection.
With everything you have learned in this article about rule changes, you can now begin asking your own questions.
What will happen with rule changes in the near future with the spread of coronavirus? Will just need to be patient for the time being. For now we can only wonder.
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Prepared by the aflsupercoach.com Team