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Warriors skipper Roger Tuivasa-Sheck.

With one of the game's most electrifying ball-runners, one of the hardest-working middle forwards in the NRL and a new face set to wear the No.9 jersey, the Warriors have some intriguing candidates for your NRL Fantasy team in 2020.

Roger Tuivasa-Sheck

Winger/fullback, $738,000

Tuivasa-Sheck is coming off the second 50-points-a-game season of his career and his first as a Warrior, having stepped up from a 44-point player in his Dally M-winning 2018 season to average 52 in 2019.

It was the first time since his breakout 2015 campaign at the Roosters that RTS made more than 200 metres per game, and also the first time he's reached double figures for try assists at the Warriors.

At 26, the skipper is hitting his peak and could make another leap this season.

Jazz Tevaga scores a try against South Sydney.
Jazz Tevaga scores a try against South Sydney. ©Scott Davis/NRL Photos

Jazz Tevaga

Hooker, second-rower, $727,000

The 2018 Dally M Interchange Player of the Year made the move into the Warriors' starting side midway through 2019, and his Fantasy scoring took a leap.

After 14 rounds on the bench Tevaga was averaging 38 points a game; then in 11 games as a starter he averaged an excellent 58.

He'll start the new season with a break even of 48 but he'll miss the opening rounds due to an ankle injury – making him an intriguing point-of-difference option to keep in mind when upgrading your cash cows from round six.

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Wayde Egan

Hooker, $384,000

Hooker is traditionally one of the highest-scoring positions in Fantasy and in 2020 there should be some great value buys there as well.

Egan looms as one of those potential bargains if he wins the No.9 jersey at the Warriors after making the move from Penrith.

Injuries to Nathaniel Roache and Tevaga and the departure of Issac Luke means the role should be Egan's in round one (assuming he's fully fit after his own shoulder surgery), and with a break even of 26 he can earn some big price rises if he scores around 40 points a game.

Egan scored 46 points per 80 minutes last year but only played the full 80 once at the Panthers – an increase in game time should obviously lead to a big boost in scoring.

Warriors starting prices in 2020

Roger Tuivasa-Sheck $738,000 WFB 
Jazz Tevaga $727,000 HOK, 2RF
Tohu Harris $681,000 2RF 
Leeson Ah Mau $650,000 FRF 
Isaiah Papali'i $643,000 2RF 
Lachlan Burr $620,000 2RF 
Agnatius Paasi $574,000 FRF 
Adam Blair $554,000 FRF, 2RF
Blake Green $551,000 HLF 
Ken Maumalo $540,000 WFB 
Peta Hiku $529,000 CTR, WFB
Bunty Afoa $518,000 FRF, 2RF
Kodi Nikorima $478,000 HLF 
Nathaniel Roache $458,000 HOK 
Chanel Harris-Tavita $447,000 HLF 
Patrick Herbert $424,000 CTR 
Karl Lawton $394,000 HOK 
Wayde Egan $384,000 HOK 
David Fusitu'a $347,000 WFB 
Sam Lisone $334,000 FRF 
Adam Keighran $330,000 HLF 
Ligi Sao $325,000 2RF 
Gerard Beale $289,000 CTR, WFB
Taane Milne $246,000 CTR 
Leivaha Pulu $246,000 2RF 
Joshua Curran $246,000 2RF 
Adam Pompey $246,000 CTR 
Hayze Perham $246,000 WFB 
Eliesa Katoa $228,000 2RF 
Jackson Frei $228,000 FRF 

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