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Six Nations Super Saturday: Best Fantasy Picks

The final weekend of the Six Nations is almost upon us and soon we find out if Ireland will manage to retain last years win, or if England can steal the glory.

However, the real question that everyone wants the answer too is… which fantasy picks will allow me to win my fantasy league?


Pierre Schoeman (Scotland)

  • Schoeman has consistently scored 15+ points in every round.
  • One of Scotland’s main ball carries
  • One of the top try-scoring props of the tournament so far

Danilo Fischetti (Italy)

  • Playing in the wooden spoon decider which would allow for a physical game – lots of carries and lots of tackles
  • Likes to attempt turnovers
  • A more budget friendly pick


Dan Sheehan (Ireland)

  • Second highest try scorer of the tournament so far – likely to score off driving mauls
  • Playing in a must win game
  • Playing for the favoured team – likely to have more possession than Scotland

Jamie George (England)

  • Captain so likely to stay on for the full 80
  • 13 international tries to his name – likely to score off driving mauls


Dafydd Jenkins (Wales)

  • young and powerful
  • Can play second row and back row – scored 34 points last week at 6
  • Second most tackles made in the tournament so far at 67 tackles
  • Line out steals likely

George Martin (England)

  • Second start back from injury so will still be looking to impress
  • Made 52 meters worth of carries in one game
  • More budget friendly



Ben Earl (England)

  • He has the highest individual number of points in a single round of any player in the tournament so far
  • Has consistently scored high throughout – scoring 24 points in Round 1, 46 points in Round 2, 31 points in Round 3
  • Highest number of carries in the tournament so far
  • Two man of the matches in two games

Lorenzo Cannone (Italy)

  • Outsider pick – more budget friendly
  • 12 points off the bench last week
  • One of Italy’s main ball carriers
  • Good line out lifer option so potential for line out steals

Tommy Reffell (Wales)

  • 8 breakdown steals – most in the tournament so far
  • Consistently scoring around 30 points
  • Third most tackles made in the whole tournament – 64 tackles


Nolann Le Garrec (France)

  • Man of the match and try on his first start last week
  • Will want to impress on first home start

Tomos Williams (Wales)

  • Runs good support lines so high chances of assists and tries
  • Second most kicks in the tournament so far
  • One of the most experienced members of the back line so likely to take control


Jack Crowley (Ireland)

  • Most successful conversions in the tournament so far – 11 conversions and 6 penalties
  • Consistently 30+ points
  • Likely to get assists.

Paolo Garbisi (Italy)

  • Wooden spoon decider so likely to be a physical and open game – high chance of penalties as teams will be desperate for any points they can get
  • Cheapest starting 10 so budget friendly
  • Likely to play the full 80


Bundi Aki (Ireland)

  • 30+ points in both the last two rounds (31 and 48)
  • Solid defender – two breakdown steals and 27 tackles so far
  • Physical and strong ball carrier

Gael Fickou (France)

  • Highest try scoring centre in the tournament – joint third out of everyone in the tournament
  • Consistent high scorer, 40+ points in round 3 and 4
  • Defensive captain for France – 40 tackles in the tournament so far

Notable mention – George North‘s last international game so he will be looking to end on a high.


James Lowe (Ireland)

  • Second highest try scorer in the tournament so far
  • 350+ meters carried in the tournament so far
  • Has a breakdown steal – solid defensively

Damien Penaud (France)

  • Scored 48 points last time out – without a try
  • Second most assists in the whole tournament

Rio Dyer (Wales)

  • 30+ points in the first three rounds
  • Wales v Italy is likely to be an expansive game – including the wingers
  • Five line breaks in the tournament so far


  • Marcus Smith (England)
  • Ross Vincent (Italy)
  • Caoimhin Kelleher (Ireland)

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