Six Nations Rugby | There are six must-haves for your Fantasy Rugby team on Super Saturday

 

France pursue their first Grand Slam in 12 years this past weekend, with Ireland hoping that England will spoil the Parisian party if they can beat Scotland in Dublin.

In addition, the day before the title fight was decided, Round 5 saw Wales vie with Italy to subdue Van Purek’s men to defend their championship.

And as you consider these final changes to your Fantasy Rugby team before Saturday’s 2.15pm kick-off, here are six recommendations for those players that you should look back on.

Louis Reese-Zammit (14.6 stars)

It’s no surprise that Luis Reyes-Zammit is currently the most popular choice for the final round as Wales prepare to welcome Italy to Cardiff for their last Guinness Ten Nations match on Saturday.

The winger was scheduled to play against England by Pivac before starting on the bench against France, but he was remembered for the starting lineup for a clash with Azzurri.

With Italy still on the way to victory in the 2022 Championship, and recognizing five attempts in a 33-22 defeat against Scotland, Reyes-Zammit would like his chances against the far-right defense.

Marcus Smith (18.4 stars)

An invaluable option for fantasy rugby players but currently as a Championship point scorer, Marcus Smith is also a pretty safe bet when it comes to racking up points.

Eddie Jones’ men travel to France in the final game on Saturday as Les Bleis Grand Slam follows Smith to face perhaps his toughest international test to date.

But as he showed for the last time in his defeat of Ireland with a 15-point display, the 23-year-old has a temperament and will be crucial to England again in Paris.

James Low (17.5 stars)

After losing the first two rounds of the action, James Low has been nothing short of sensational for Ireland – and fantastic rugby players – in the last two rounds.

The winger scored 89.4 points for his display against Italy as his brace helped Ireland to a 57-6 victory before scoring 109.1 points to help their scoring attempt against England.

With 323 meters, seven tackle breaks and three attempts from just two games, Lowe once again manages to score big as Ireland look to keep their title hopes against Scotland.

Ireland

Jonathan Danty (15.3 stars)

Another player who has been included in the Fantasy Rugby team of the week in both rounds 3 and 4, St. Jonathan Dante is currently a must for France’s Grand Slam Bowl.

He scored 67.7 points for Fantasy Rugby players in Round 3, adding a further 45.5 points for his career in a 36-17 victory over Scotland in the win over Wales.

A batting ram in both attack and defense, Dante has rushed for 170 meters, has made seven tackle breaks and has currently made one try in his three games and can cause England all kinds of problems.

Jonathan Danty France

Ali Price (14.9 stars)

Scotland had three back-to-back players on the Fantasy Rugby Team of the Week, including Ali Price for captain Stuart Hague and their appearance in the St. Chris Harris Room.

And while pursuing the title may have provided Ireland with an even tougher test than Italy, last time out, the price appears right at the moment for fantasy rugby players.

Schramm-Huff took part in four of Scotland’s five attempts against Azzurri as he scored 87.9 points and as a cheaper option from Hogg (19.9), he would be a very sensible pick.

Ali Price admits to the fans

Ange Capozo (12.1 stars)

One of the two changes Italy has to make in their team to face Wales, it is easy to see why Kieran Crowley has drafted Ange Capozo in the championship final.

The 22-year-old Grenoble fullback made a sensational debut on the bench, scoring two tries against Scotland in Round 4 as Italy started the second half-fight in Rome.

The favorite before Pierre Bruno – moving to the wing with Eduardo Neighbor – looks to be an interesting option for Capozzi Crowley and fantasy rugby players ready to take on the risk.