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2022 World Cup Fantasy Football: The best Midfielders

The 2022 World Cup is just around the corner. Millions of football fans around the world are ready to roar for their teams. In the meantime, World Cup fantasy football managers are also busy signing best players across teams to utilize their budget in the best possible way.

Today, we will pick best midfielder for 2022 World Cup fantasy football. Fantasy football managers should tricky to sign their midfielders. Because, in World Cup fantasy football midfielders get points not only for goals, assists, and clean sheets but also 1 point for three tackles won and 1 point for two key passes made.

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There are so many midfield options to choose from.

Here are the best midfielders to pick in World Cup fantasy football :

Irvine – Australia (4.5m)

Australia is in the tough group – France, Tunisia and Denmark. However, 9 attacking returns from 16 appearances in WC qualifiers. Because of the cheap price, one of the best options for those lacking funds.

De Paul – Argentina (5.0m)

Argentina drew in an easy group against Saudi Arabia, Mexico & Poland. De Paul is the cheapest way into the powerful Argentina attack and one of the best-value assets in the game. Averaged an attacking return every 3 games in WC qualifiers.

Olsen – Denmark (6.0m)

Olsen is in form this season for Club Brugge. In 12 starts scored 6 goals and assisted 3 times. Easy fixtures for Denmark in Match Day 1 & 3 against Tunisia & Australia. More valuable than Damsgaard, who has not played much club football recently.

Zielinski – Poland (6.5m)

However, Poland’s attacks are not lucrative but first two match day looks favorable for them. Fantasy managers can utilize these fixtures in 6.5m. Zielinski scored 1 goal and 2 assist in 6 starts for Poland in WC qualifiers, averaging 2 chance created per match.

Steven Bergwijn – Netherland (7m)

Netherlands are favorites to top their group and can’t get a midfielder better than him at that generous of a price. Bergwijn playing up front for Netherlands, despite being classified as a midfielder. In his last 5 start scored 4 goals against Poland, Belgium, Germany and a brace against Denmark. Also man is in this season for Ajax scored 8 goals and assisted 3 from 13 starts. A must-pick midfielder.

Ivan Perisic – Croatia (7.5m)

1.0m cheaper than Luka Modric and plays more forward in left-wing position. Attractive MD1 & 2 fixtures against Morocco & Canada and it’s your choice to avoid or keep in MD 3 against Belgium. 5 attacking returns from 8 starts in WC qualifiers.

Christian Eriksen – Denmark (8m)

The main talisman for Denmark. 1 Goal 1 Assist in his last 5 games for Denmark in all competitions. Plays Tunisia and Australia in MD1 and MD3 respectively.

Jamal Musiala – Germany (8m)

Can be a short-term tricky punt because of MD 2 fixture against Spain and also face tough competition against Muller. But Bayern Munich’s young gun netted 9 times and assisted his teammates 6 times in 12 starts.

Di Maria – Argentina (8.5m)

Copa America 2021 final scorer and best attacker after Lionel Messi in Argentina. Keep in mind Argentina has one of the easier groups in the world cup. He scored 2 Goals and 1 Assist in the last 5 matches in all competitions for his country. Can be an awesome pick for managers.

Lerory Sane – Germany (9m)

A guaranteed starter for Germany. Decent fixtures for Germany in the group stage against Japan, Spain, Costa Rica. Currently the 3rd highest-owned midfielder in world cup fantasy football.

Kavin de Bruyne – Belgium (11m)

Most expensive midfielder and only midfielder in world cup fantasy football which is worth their price. 2 goals and 2 assists from 4 matches in WC qualifiers and is a great chance creator also he is on corners and free kicks. KDB has the easier two fixtures against Canada & Morocco in MD1 & 2, which is ideal for MD3 Wildcards.

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