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World Cup Fantasy: Schmitzer’s picks (Qualifier 5)


Top Pick: Hannes Halldórsson (Iceland, 6.2k)

Judging from the opening round of group stage games, there’s no other way to go with your goalkeeper. He may be a film director, but last week he wrote the best script of his life by shining against a strong Argentina squad and even saving a penalty against Messi. He should pick up a clean sheet against a recently-defeated Nigeria.

Secondary Pick: Hugo Lloris (France, 6.8k)


Top Pick: Marcelo (Brazil, 8k)

His side may have failed to pick up a win against Switzerland in their opening game but Marcelo was part of every attack with Brazil and is playing very high up for Brazil. With a goal and two assists in qualifying, he may get you some attacking returns against Costa Rica.

Secondary Pick: Stephan Lichsteiner (Switzerland, 7.3k)


Top Pick: Luka Modric (Croatia, 10.2k)

Modric lead Croatia to a two goal victory over Nigeria in his first game of the World Cup and scored a penalty to secure that win. A penalty taker is never to be ignored in Fantasy Football and adding this man to you squad could be the difference between glory and embarrassment in qualifier 5.

Secondary Pick: Paul Pogba (France, 11.2k)


Top Pick: Sergio Aguero (Argentina, 12.4k)

That price tag is hard to wrap your head around but despite not getting a win against Iceland, Argentina showed a lot of attacking promise in the start of their campaign and the Man City man was at the head of it. He’s already scored one goal in this World Cup and he’ll be looking to add some more in this round.

Secondary Pick: Nicolai Jorgensen (Denmark, 9.9k)

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Adam Schmitz

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