The FIFA World Cup Qualifiers are to determine the last batch of teams joining the momentous occasion in Qatar in 2022.
FootballCoin is doing its part to support the event. The World Cup European Qualifiers are hosted in a free contest.
Who should fantasy football fans keep tabs on? Who are the stars? And, who are the underrated gems that you’re bound to get for a bargain?
Let’s take a closer look.
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Aleksandar Dragovic – Austria‘s Euro20 performances exceeded expectations. So did those in Euro group stages 2021. Dragovic was among the players responsible for returning some of the nation’s pride. The match against Wales looks like a great opportunity for the 2* rated defender to bring his tough-guy act in the service of the Austrian team once more.
Kiefer Moore – Fantasy football fans may rejoice at the return of Kiefer Moore, the tall and spirited Welsh defender that caused defenders a few troubles, and some bruises during Euro 20. The Welsh team has performed well in recent years. Their pride is at stake to retain to make it through to another important international competition.
Rui Patricio – Rui Patricio looks destined to remain a football geek’s favorite. Underappreciated at Wolves, he is now a vital component of AS Roma’s side, and arguably one of their best players. Portugal struggled in the WCQ and ended up second in a group that also featured Ukraine, Serbia, and Lithuania. He is also rated 2* in FootballCoin. A bargain for fantasy football fans.
The big stars
Cristiano Ronaldo – Ronaldo’s status as one of football’s greatest ever players is well cemented. This has not stopped CR7 from desiring more success. Missing out on the World Cup 2022 would be a stain on his resume, not to mention that of Portugal’s considerable football heritage. Expect Ronaldo to do everything to avoid it!
Hakan Calhanoglu – The Turkish midfielder joined AC Milan this year with a bone to pick with former employers Inter. So far, by and large, he has been the season’s best player in Serie A. So does AC Milan’s position in the standings. The fantasy football stats prove it. Missing out on the World Cup Qualifiers 2022 Europe would be a missed opportunity for Calhanoglu.
Lorenzo Insigne – Insigne won the European Championship last year. However, this year he has had to contend with leaving his boyhood club, Napoli, and watch Italy struggle in WCQ Europe. There’s no room for error against North Macedonia. Expect Insigne to attempt something special to save Italy’s blushes.
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