Best 2022 World Cup Fantasy Football forwards? Fantasy football managers are in a dizzy situation to select the best three strikers within the budget.
There are so many forward options to choose from.
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Here are best World Cup fantasy football forwards you should pick:
Kylian Mbappe – France (11.5m)
Paris Saint-Germain Superstar scored 5 goals and 2 assists from 5 appearances for France in WC qualifiers. A good captaincy option in MD1 against Australia & could be the best option for managers who want to play 12th Man chips in MD1. Remember, Denmark is significantly tougher and Tunisia is defensively solid.
Lionel Messi – Argentina (10.5m)
Football GOAT – leader and engine of the Argentina attack. 7 Goals, and 10 Assists from 13 games for PSG this season. The man also is in form for his national side scoring 5 goals and 3 assists in his last 3 matches. Huge upside potential in MD1 & 2 against Saudi Arabia & Mexico. Reliable captain option in each matchday.
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Neymar Jr ($10.5m)
Leo Messi’s best friend. Magical form this season for PSG. An absolute talisman for his country and is on penalties. 5 Goal 2 Assists in his last 5 games for country in all competitions. Brazil is favorite to win the world cup, especially for their “heavy-weight attack”. A relatively easier group to begin with bang.
Griezmann – France (8.5m)
Shorts of Fund? But wants an attacking option from Franch! Griezmann is the solution. 2.5m cheaper than Benzema, and 3.0m cheaper than Mbappe. Because Nkunku is injured Griezmann should start all matches in the competition. 6 Goals, and 1 Assist from 8 appearances in WC qualifiers but a dizzy season with Athletico Madrid. Only selected by 1% of teams.
Lautaro Martinez – Argentina (8.0m)
The cheapest way into the Argentina front 3. Fresh legs, rested in Argentina’s friendly against UAE. More attacking returns in WC qualifiers than Leo Messi – 7 Goals, and 3 Assists. All things considering Argentina have a fairly weak group, respectively. He’s slightly inconsistent.
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Richarlison – Brazil (7.5m)
A very cheap way into the Brazil attack. Picking Richarlison over Neymar can save 3.0m. Preferred striker by Tite over Gabriel Jesus, and will highly likely start MD1. But keep in mind Serbia & Switzerland are not the easiest fixtures.
Only 0.4% owned. Should be safe to start in the group stages as Lukaku is not expected back until Round Of 16. Great fixtures including Canada & Morocco in MD1 & 2. Very cheap way to cover Belgium’s attack considering KDB is 11m and Lukaku is 9.5m.
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