As educated guesses go, our World Cup Fantasy Football tips for strikers in the quarter-finals are 32% more educated and a whopping 74% more guessed than the national average.
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Anyway, on to the strikers in the quarter-finals…
World Cup Fantasy Football Tips, Quarter-Finals: Strikers
Nasty diving so-and-so he may be, and no disrespect to a downright heroic Costa Rica side, but Holland are likely to be the biggest winners in a set of evenly poised looking quarter-finals.
With Robin van Persie doubtful through injury, Robben’s the man to pin your Fantasy hopes on in our book. Neymar should be fit for Brazil but could struggle against a very handy Colombia side, who themselves have relied largely on midfielders for goals and assists thus far.
Germany hotshot Thomas Müller is invariably listed as a midfielder, France’s Karim Benzema seems to have stopped scoring, while Argentina’s Lionel Messi…well, you should probably have Messi.
And whichever striker doesn’t start for Belgium, by the looks of it – both Romelu Lukaku and Divock Origi have proved to be match-winners coming on as substitute for the other. After his extra time goal and assist against the USA, it’s safe to assume that Lukaku will start v Argentina.
That’s your lot until the semi-finals. Don’t shoot your transfer load just yet, as you’ll need a fair few once there are only four teams left – and remember, there’s a 3rd/4th place play-off, so they’ll all play twice.
Good luck and happy selecting!
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