Six Nations Rugby | There are six must-haves for your imaginary rugby team

Super Saturday starts at the Principality Stadium in Italy hosted by Wales, with tourists aiming for the first win of the championship.

Ireland then welcomes Scotland to Dublin for an important meeting where the hosts will keep their title titles alive and secure the Triple Crown.

All eyes will then be on to Paris as France face England with just one more win to secure the Las Blues the first Grand Slam title since 2010.

So before a big day of rugby, let’s take a look at ten forwards that can make the difference between finishing your fantasy rugby league or finishing with a wooden spoon.

Wales – Taulupe Faletau

Wales could be a smart choice for the final round of the No. 8 Taulupe Faletau fixtures.

Faletau and his teammates will aim to end their championship with just one team against one team currently at the table, in front of Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Italy.

The 2021 champions hit France close to home soil last week and if they can build on that performance, the Bath star could rack up points.

On his day, Faletau Wayne could be a game-changer for the Pivac side and although he has featured in only four appearances in his two appearances so far, he has averaged a respectable 44.4 Fantasy Rugby points.

Expect his overall growth if Wales can control him quickly and get the scoreboard ticking, with the 31-year-old costing 15 stars so he could be worth a fortune on Saturday.

England – Jamie George

Jamie George may be an obvious choice but one that most players can’t afford to ignore is the championship weekend.

The England striker has been in top form in recent weeks, and has been put on a tremendous display of defeat at home to Ireland last weekend as his team played almost the entire game with the 14-man squad.

He is currently averaging seven tackles per match in the 2022 Championship, two of which were dominant tackles.

George has also come up with two attempts, and if England can control the scrum on Saturday night he should bring in plenty of points for the talented managers.

Priced at 13.7 stars, he could be a worthwhile investment if the recent weeks are anything to go by.

France – Gregory Aldert

Choose another obvious, but some other players in the championship could guarantee a return like Gregory Aldert.

The French back-row average of 52.2 points so far, after some spectacular performances for the Grand Slam Cheers.

He does not come cheap but considering France he will need all the efforts of his forward for ‘Le Crunch’, hoping that the 24-year-old will be exposed once again.

Gregory Aldrich

Aldert managed to win a crucial battle last night against No. 8 Tulip Faletto, who went a long way in deciding a tough Cardiff contest.

If France makes a good start with the party atmosphere in England against Stade de France, its 17.5-star price-tag would seem like a wise expense.

Ireland – Tadhg Furlong

Tadhg Furlong helped maintain his level of performance in the early part of 2022, which is why he was selected in last year’s World Rugby Dream Team of the Year.

Ireland’s first-choice props have consistently scored in the points of good points and have played their part in making sure Andy Farrell’s team is still up against the title heading into the finals.

Admittedly he played hard last time against Tottenham in England but still managed to score 26.95 points, averaging 26.3 for the season so far.

Furlong has so far carried the ball at 111 meters during the Championship. And Ireland need a win to keep the title hopes alive, expanding their efforts as part of the onslaught against Scotland on Saturday.

With his team winning or even the best scenario on Saturday, he is reasonably priced at 14.9 stars, it will cost you to be on the team.

England – Alice Grange

Like his team-mate George, Ellis Grange is a must have for fantasy rugby players before five.

His aggressive delivery against Ireland was perfect, while Propp was both dominant and smart at set-pace as England struggled hard despite being a player down.

And if England need to ruin the party on Saturday night, the Giants will need to do their best once again.

While many managers may be stuck with the maximum amount of players from the two title chasers, the Giants could be a steal point scorer this weekend.

The 27-year-old has made 35 tackles in four rounds so far, and will cost fantasy managers 14.3 stars.

Scotland – Himesh Watson

Scotland may face a tough question this week, the task of moving to Dublin to recruit a pumped up team that is still in contention for the title.

But that doesn’t mean you should ignore any guy from Gregor Townsend when choosing your imaginary rugby team for five.

And flanker Hamish Watson has always been a strong choice, making a strong comeback to the Scotland team in the Italy victory last week.

The powerful 30-year-old won the Guinness Six Nation Player of the Championship 12 months ago, and though Quod’s absence against France affected his campaign a little, he showed his innate quality when on the pitch.

In his three games, Watson has made 48 tackles so far, hitting the ball 157 meters and breaking 7 attempts.

If you want Scotland to win at Iowa Stadium, Watson is definitely worth the 16.7 stars it was worth.