We’re two rounds down in the Guinness Six Nations and with three matchdays still to navigate, make sure to get your fantasy line-up sorted nice and early before the Championship returns in just over a week’s time.
There’s no better barometer of who to get into your squad than a good look at the form tables, with momentum of vital importance to Rugby’s Greatest Championship.
We’ve already taken a look at the standout backs from this year’s fantasy rugby, and now it’s the turn of the forwards.
With that in mind, here are five of the best to consider ahead of Round Three.
If you’re looking for pure, unadulterated points, Mark Wilson is your man in the pack.
The England flanker has racked up an average of 57.3 across his two matches so far – almost ten more than closest challenge Josh Navidi.
And the 29-year-old has certainly earned those totals with two colossal performances in his side’s wins over Ireland and France, establishing himself as a vital member of England’s back row.
His numbers at Twickenham on Sunday were imperious: 27 tackles, 19 cleanouts and seven assisted tackles underline Wilson’s indefatigable tenacity and should make any fantasy manager’s ears prick up.
A sure-fire pick for England’s clash against Wales in Round Three, don’t be surprised if Wilson puts on a repeat performance at Principality Stadium.
With two wins from two in their perfect start to the Championships, it is no surprise that one of Warren Gatland’s forwards would be up there in the rankings.
After his man-of-the-match display against Italy on Saturday, Navidi is the prime candidate, with an average of 48.5 points per game putting him behind only Mako Vunipola and Wilson.
Navidi was all-action in Rome, covering every blade of the Stadio Olimpico grass as his side battled to a valuable 26-15 win.
The 28-year-old’s nine tackles, seven carries and six assisted tackles made the difference as defences reigned in Italy.
And with England the opponents in Round Three, Navidi will be desperate to once more step up and make the grade.
Hot on Navidi’s heels in terms of his average points total is Wilson’s back-row partner in crime Tom Curry.
Matching his teammate tackle for tackle against France, the 20-year-old has 46.2 points per game to his name after impressing in both of England’s wins.
Curry battled a deep cut to the forehead to make seven dominant tackles against France, second only to Josh Strauss in Round Two.
Don’t be fooled by his tender years; Curry is the real deal and looks to have nailed down the seven jersey in Jones’ side.
The third of England’s holy trinity at the back of the pack, it goes without surprise that Billy Vunipola would feature in this list given his team’s flawless start to the Championship.
The No.8 is averaging 45 points per match so far, and with two turnovers against France, is a sure-fire favourite for Jones, not to mention the plethora of fantasy managers with the 26-year-old in their teams.
Completing the quintet of must-have forwards is another England man, with the dominant hooker notching a proud average of 43.6 points from his two Championship games.
The hooker has been a leader on the front line for England this year in the absence of skipper Dylan Hartley and won’t give up the jersey without a fight.
With the two packs set for an intriguing battleground when England go up against Wales in Cardiff, George is certainly a prospect to consider.