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  • 29 Jun
    导出博客文章Having already borne the brunt of the best Sydney has to offer back in July,
    there is no danger of Geelong underestimating the huge challenge posed by the
    Swans in their upcoming AFL preliminary final.The Cats earned the bye last
    weekend by virtue of their epic two-point victory over Hawthorn in the
    qualifying final back on September 7 and will be a refreshed outfit when they
    square off against Sydney at the MCG on Friday night.A highlight of the
    encounter between the teams which filled the top two spots on the ladder at the
    conclusion of the home and away season will be the clash of two of the leagues
    deepest and toughest midfields.The Swans dominated that contest within a contest
    back in round 16, when the likes of Luke Parker, Dan Hannebery, Kieren Jack and
    Tom Mitchell held sway in the middle as Sydney handed Geelong a 38-point
    thumping.It was only the Cats seventh loss in their past 72 games at Simonds
    StadiumOur midfield is now gelling a bit more, weve got a bit more chemistry now
    and the inclusion of Scotty Selwood and Sam Menegola has been fantastic for us,
    Geelong utility Mark Blicavs said on Wednesday.Well go in really confident on
    Friday night but we know the damage the Swans can do.They showed that against
    Adelaide on Saturday night and they towelled us up down here.On the most recent
    occasion Geelong played in a preliminary final, back in 2013, Blicavs was a
    wide-eyed rookie still making the transition from steeplechaser to elite AFL
    footballer.That match ended in a five-point defeat to arch-rivals Hawthorn, who
    would go on to win the next three flags.I didnt really know the opportunity that
    was in front of me, but I realise it a bit more now, said Blicavs.Back then I
    was a 22-year-old who was just playing footy because I enjoyed it and didnt
    understand how big a scale it was.Blicavs said the Cats would benefit from
    having played only one match since trouncing Melbourne by 111 points back on
    August 27 to close out the home and away season.I think it will keep us fresh
    mentally and physically from the Hawthorn game, he said.That was probably the
    most physically and mentally demanding game Ive been involved in.
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    dropping back-to-back games for the first time all season -- Indiana struck back
    by playing its most complete game of the year. There were two types of daily
    fantasy lineups last week: those that started Kyle Busch at Indianapolis, and
    those that didnt. I think it was split about 50-50.Busch led 149 of the 170 laps
    and was never really challenged for the win at Indy. In fact, for how dominant
    he was, I was surprised that he had only 48 fastest laps run (out of a possible
    128, since only green flag laps are counted).On one side for the weekend, Busch
    was my best play both early in the week and post-qualifying. It was hard not to
    like him; he paced final practice and qualified on the pole in a track where
    passing is difficult, as was clearly evident if you watched the race.My other
    top high-cost pick, Carl Edwards, was running in the top five all day until he
    wrecked, setting a theme with my picks.In the mid-value, Kyle Larson finished in
    the top five for 45 points, second best in this salary class. Ryan Blaney
    wrecked. Ryan Newman, my honorable mention pick in that category, was in that
    same wreck.But I hope you stuck with me in my low-cost picks. Ricky Stenhouse
    Jr., Clint Bowyer and Casey Mears were among the top-five points earners among
    drivers under $7,000.This week, NASCAR rolls back to Pocono, where they also
    raced back in early June. Dont let the triangular-versus-rectangular shapes fool
    you -- theres a lot in common with Pocono and Indianapolis. Both have long
    straightaways, meaning lots of horsepower is necessary to produce high speeds.
    Both have flat corners. In fact, one of Poconos three turns is actually modeled
    after Indianapolis.So that will mean this is the third time in an eight-race,
    two-month stretch that well race at this track type. So Im looking at high
    performers from those two races to really carry over.It looks as if this weekend
    will pick up with the recent Joe Gibbs Racing dominance. Although Kyle Busch is
    coming off a kick-butt kind of weekend, you wont see him below (spoiler alert)
    until he shows me in practice he has kicked some of his past Pocono issues. He
    has finished ninth or worse in five straight Pocono starts for a 23rd-place
    average finish.Here are my early picks, but check back affter Saturday
    qualifying to get my final picks and fades for the week.ddddddddddddIm starting
    my team withElsewhere in the Joe Gibbs Racing camp, Matt Kenseth?is coming off a
    runner-up finish at Indianapolis and a seventh-place finish at Pocono earlier
    this season in which he led 31 laps and had a race-high 22 fastest laps run.Over
    the past two seasons at Pocono and Indianapolis, Kenseth has a 4.6 average
    finish, and his 55.25 fantasy points per race leads all drivers. He has finished
    in the top seven in each of those races, despite starting anywhere from third to
    23rd.Keep an eye on these fourMartin Truex Jr.: The Clam Prince finished eighth
    for 44.5 fantasy points at Indianapolis, but Im more interested in the 17
    fastest laps he had, third best in the field and best among the drivers who
    didnt start on the front row. It continues a great run on these tracks for
    Truex, who won last year at Pocono and had 23 fastest laps in this race last
    year.Kyle Larson: Larson had a top-five finish in last Sundays race, one of the
    best-performing non-Gibbs cars. Larson now has eight career Sprint Cup starts at
    Indianapolis and Pocono, and he has finished in the top 12 in all of them. That
    gives him the third-best average points total, trailing only two drivers who
    didnt run all eight of those races.Greg Biffle: Biffle finished 26th at Pocono
    earlier this year, but he showed some speed with seven fastest laps run. In the
    previous seven Pocono races, he finished 16th or better, including a fifth-place
    finish in this race last year after starting 25th. Two years ago in this race,
    he had the same start and finish, averaging 60.9 DraftKings points per
    race.Ricky Stenhouse Jr.: Despite taking some damage at Indy, Stenhouse still
    finished 12th. Earlier this season at Pocono, he finished 15th after starting
    25th, good for 39 points. In his first three seasons in the Cup Series,
    Stenhouse averaged less than 10 points per race on the long, flat tracks, but
    hes averaging 37.5 this season.
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