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December 26, 2019
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World Cup Fantasy Football – Six transfers to make for your Dream Team XI

first_imgUnlucky to be hooked in the opening match due to Carlos Sanchez’s red card, he was able to put on a show against Poland though and is a strong pick up.talkSPORT will be with listeners all day and all night at this year’s 2018 FIFA World Cup™ with over 800 hours of World Cup content and all 64 games live across the talkSPORT network. 6. Juan Cuadrado (Colombia) – £3million What a World Cup it has been so far over in Russia.We’ve seen the hosts stun everyone and qualify for the knockout stages, one of the quickest red cards in tournament history, and some incredible skills and goals. Portugal star Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates his goal against Morocco. Forget Neymar, the current Barcelona man has been the key man so far for the Selecao. He’s got two goals in two games and looks very dangerous and will be playing for more glory against Serbia on Wednesday night. 4. Michy Batshuayi (Belgium) – £2.5million 1. Diego Costa (Spain) – £4.5million getty 7 5. Xherdan Shaqiri (Switzerland) – £3million The Arsenal transfer target has run more than any other player at the tournament and still doesn’t look like running out of gas. He’s scored one, assisted two, and been named Star Man once and has racked up 16 points 7 3. Philippe Coutinho (Brazil) – £5million The ex-Chelsea brute is bullying defenders at World Cup 2018 and has 21 points to his name as he chases the Golden Boot. 7 7 He looked on a mission against Tunisia and will want to prove a point against England as he attempts to rebuild his Chelsea career. He could get one goal at least if the Three Lions are reduced to a purr. 7 Stars of the show, so far, include Cristiano Ronaldo, Romelu Lukaku and England captain Harry Kane.But who should you be signing for your team ahead of the third round of World Cup fixtures?Check out our Dream Team top tips. The stocky Stoke star got the winner against Serbia and has looked threatening throughout the first two matches. 7 2. Aleksandr Golovin (Russia) – £2million 7last_img read more