Who’s ready for World Cup fantasy football?
If the answer is very much you then listen in as we show you one way to master Dream Team World Cup.
Dream Team World Cup is simply the best fantasy football game to play this summer, with the game completely free to enter and a massive £175k up for grabs.
Dream Team World Cup
- Completely free to enter
- £50m budget and 20 transfers throughout the tournament
- £175k total prizepot (for UK players only)
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So let’s talk tactics.
The three best players on the planet – Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar – are all ready and raring to lead their respective countries to glory.
Last week we revealed that Messi was the most expensive player on the game at £8m, closely followed by nemesis Ronaldo and Neymar at £7.5m.
So, considering you’ve got a budget of £50m, how do you manage to get all three in whilst still building a strong side around them?
Messi, Ronaldo and Neymar together will accumulate nearly half of your overall budget so you need to be very careful.
But, of course, it’s very doable.
The challenge is to source the bargains at the World Cup which allow you the luxury of splashing £23m on your flashy forward line.
We’d recommend a formation of 3-4-3 so you can really stack your side with as much attacking talent as possible.
Starting from the back, Colombia look good to get out of Group H so we’ll plump for David Ospina (£3m) in goal.
Defensive combinations are a good idea so you reap the benefits of a nation keeping a clean sheet.
So how about Uruguay and Atletico Madrid stalwarts Diego Godin (£3.5m) and Jose Gimenez (£2.5m) at the back alongside the pantomime villain himself Sergio Ramos (£4m)?
Now for your four man midfield.
This is where you’ll need to source some decent attacking talent in and around the £3m-£4m mark.
Luckily there’s plenty of depth in that position, with the likes of Ousmane Dembele (£3m), Isco (£3.5m), Ivan Rakitic (£3.5m) and Raheem Sterling (£4m) all priced at £4m or less.
So what do you reckon? Worthy of that top prize?
A stoic defence, combined with an exciting midfield and that terrifying trio up front.