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Well Dream Teamers, I am still in severe pain after the Bunnies snatched victory from my beloved Roosters but that won't stop me from proudly showing my team colours.

With just three rounds to go until the Toyota NRL Dream Team head-to-head finals begin it is time to get really serious.

Here are my tips for Round 20:

- An injury to the Bulldogs' Dene Halatau will see him on the sidelines for a few weeks, so trade him out now and keep an eye on how many minutes his replacement David Stagg will receive as he might be worth bringing in to your team.

- If you have the cash and need to add a big gun to your squad then Cooper Cronk should be No.1 on your radar. He is good value for points and his price will rise in coming rounds.

- The big question for a lot of Dream Teamers is, should you or should you not trade out the suspended Issac Luke? If you are focusing for overall glory or need some head-to-head wins then an immediate trade is a must but if you are on track for a spot in your league's top four you may want to hold your cards. Cameron Smith, Kevin Kingston or Josh Reynolds are the best replacements if you're going to trade.

- After scoring 54 points in his first game, Eels fullback Jake Mullaney is your best option for a cheapie this week.

And good luck to Daly Cherry-Evans who only needs five more points to crack 1,000 points for the season.

Keep dreaming!

Remember, there are still great weekly prizes up for grabs, including $500 in cash every week, so if you have family or friends that are yet to sign up there is still time to get them involved. The Dream Team coach who achieves the top weekly round score over the entire season, as well as receiving the weekly prize pack in the round they achieve the best score, will also win at the end of the season the BONUS cash prize of $1,000 and 4 x NRL Category 1 Grand Final Tickets! 

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