There are just two weekends of the Guinness Six Nations to go and Round 4 could prove pivotal in deciding which Fantasy Rugby managers will be celebrating at the end of the Championship.
With that in mind, here are five must-have forwards to select as part of your line-up.
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Julien Marchand (France)
The Toulouse man is averaging more Fantasy Rugby points than any other hooker so far in the Guinness Six Nations – and he is an absolute bargain.
At 11.8 stars, Marchand is significantly cheaper than his counterparts from England, Scotland and Wales, the other three teams in action this weekend.
He is averaging 31.0 points after three rounds and will play a key role at BT Murrayfield as France look to keep their Grand Slam hopes intact.
Courtney Lawes (England)
Fresh from a man of the match performance against Ireland, Lawes will be full of confidence ahead of the visit of Wales to Twickenham.
Lawes’ versatility is a real bonus in Fantasy Rugby. He is listed as a second-row but starred at flanker against Ireland and, at 14.7 stars, comes at less of a cost than Maro Itoje and George Kruis.
The 31-year-old earned 56.63 points in Round 3 and looks a must-have.
Gregory Alldritt (France)
He may be expensive at 17.9 stars, but Alldritt’s performances in the Guinness Six Nations have made him indispensable to Fantasy Rugby squads.
The 22-year-old is out on his own in terms of metres carried among back rowers with 271, while Alldritt has earned two man of the match awards in France’s first three matches.
No player across the Championship averages more than Alldritt’s 75.8 points after three rounds – if you haven’t got him in yet, make sure he’s there by the weekend.
Hamish Watson (Scotland)
Scotland will become the latest side to try and find a way to beat France next weekend and, if they are to do so, Watson will have to be at the forefront of their efforts.
The influential back-row forward has carried 163 metres so far – only Alldritt and Jake Polledri have carried further among those in the same position – and averages 46.5 points.
Watson racked up 76.7 points in Scotland’s Round 3 win over Italy and will be hoping to continue from where he left off.
Dillon Lewis (Wales)
Props can act as unsung heroes in Fantasy Rugby and Lewis is a prime example.
At 11.9 stars, Lewis has proved excellent value so far and averages 29.5 points after three rounds, including a 43.96-point haul against Italy in Round 1.
That makes him the best performing Welsh prop and he will relish the challenge of coming up against Kyle Sinckler at Twickenham on Saturday.