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SEN's Rolling All-Australian team Round 4 edition

2020-06-30T12:23+10:00 will be releasing a weekly rolling All-Australian team throughout the 2020 season.

This team will be rewarding the best players in the game based on their form to this point in the season.

Round 3’s inaugural team was always going to be shuffled heavily given the small sample size to date and that has transpired with SEVEN changes to the team for Round 4.

Nathan Fyfe is one of the omissions, with his hamstring injury early on against the Suns meaning other midfielders, based on four weeks of form, have done enough to go past him.

Jeremy Howe however, retains his position in the back pocket as his performance against the Giants was good enough to keep his spot, despite the injury. He will come out next week.

The team will be volatile in these early weeks so don’t be too affronted to see the likes of Patrick Cripps, Dylan Shiel and Isaac Heeney coming out. They will have 13 chances to get back in.

Both key forward spots have changed, with Charlie Dixon an obvious inclusion after his six-goal haul, while Carlton stalwart Levi Casboult has emerged as the second best key forward so far in the 2020 season after his close to best on ground performance against Essendon.

See all the changes below:

IN: Adam Saad, Toby Greene, Levi Casboult, Charlie Dixon, Tom Papley, Chad Wingard, Jy Simpkin

OUT: Darcy Byrne-Jones, Dylan Shiel, Isaac Heeney, Christian Petracca, Ben Brown, Patrick Cripps, Nathan Fyfe (inj)

Players on the precipice: Steele Sidebottom, Michael Walters, Jeremy Howe, Robbie Tarrant

Players on the cusp: Nick Haynes, Jack Billings, Brad Hill, Max Gawn, Marcus Bontempelli, Dan Butler, Mitch Duncan, Harry Perryman, Darcy Moore + those who just came out

See the Round 4 team below:

Round 4 Rolling AA

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