We have breathing space this weekend in Guinness Six Nations Fantasy Rugby and chance to assess your performance so far, which players have boosted your numbers and which have left more to be desired?
Back-rowers have dominated the points scoring so far but make no mistake the backs will turn things around to top the charts – here’s five who’ve stood out so far.
It’s not exactly a shock that the Championship’s joint top try scorer is considered one of the current stars of the Guinness Six Nations.
And it’s also not a shock that he’s doing well in Fantasy Rugby as a result.
Adams’ three tries are the standout of his fantasy performance, lifting him to an average of 60.4 points across the first two rounds.
The other highlight of his performance is metres made, as he’s managed a solid 115 metres with the ball so far.
As the most expensive player in the game at 18.2 stars you would expect a return on your investment, but so far Adams has delivered just that with a continuation of his supreme finishing skills.
Another big name who so far has delivered on the expectation. Larmour has 65.3 points per round in the Championship so far, making him the highest performing back in the competition.
Propelled by Ireland’s two wins and his try against Wales, Larmour’s headline stat is that he has the most metres made of any player in the Guinness Six Nations so far – 257.
At 16.2 stars, Larmour is the most expensive option you can choose at full-back, but he’s also the most rewarding.
Despite two Italian defeats Matteo Minozzi’s performances as an individual are standout, and if you’re looking for an Azzurri option to fill your team, he’s one of the best options at 15.0 stars.
The headline stats are similar to Larmour’s with comfortably the second highest metres made in the competition with 242, and a try.
At an average of 38.6 points, Minozzi remains in the top 30 players and seems to be fixture proof – win, lose or draw – Minozzi is a points-winner.
Another Ireland player makes the list, and Aki has been the Championship’s standout centre from a fantasy perspective, averaging 53.5 points, a solid return for a 15.1 star player.
Aki’s 178 metres made are the fourth highest in the competition, and his 19 tackles are the third highest from a centre.
Couple that up with two strong wins from Ireland and Aki is in a really good position in the fantasy standings, ninth overall, the fifth highest scoring back, and the highest scoring centre.
The French fly-half has led his side’s Grand Slam push from the front and is fantasy’s highest scoring fly-half, as well as the third-highest scoring back overall with 56.1 points.
Ntamack has 19 tackles, including two dominant tackles; has made 71 metres with the ball in hand and scored 22 points for his team – a try, four conversions and three penalties.
France’s tournament doesn’t get any easier from here as they travel to Wales next, but more away games means more points, and Ntamack is both cheaper than and marginally outperforming Irish fly-half Johnny Sexton in fantasy, and seems to be the best value for money in that position.