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Bornob Munna’s UCL Fantasy MD10 Team, Captain and Differential Picks

Tipster Bornob Munna shares his UCL Fantasy team for matchday 10, including his captain pick and differentials.

Here is my UCL fantasy team for matchday 10.

  • 4 Milan players✅✅✅✅🔴⚫
  • 4 City players✅✅✅✅🟦
  • No Bayern players 🟥❌
  • 1 Benfica player ✅🔴
  • 2 Napoli players ✅✅🔵
  • No Osimhen ❌

My first opinion that I picked Rafael Leao instead of Osimhen is that Leao has already been there and knows what it means to play for AC Milan. He will face Capitano Di Lorenzo, who was outnumbered in the League match. So Leao probably Will do the same thing.

UCL Fantasy AC Milan Picks

I know that this AC Milan of Pioli is inconsistent. But in some big matches, Pioli showed he could learn more and provided it in the game. Also, Milan players like Brahim, Tonali, Tomori, Kalulu, Maignan, and Capitano Calabria know what it means to play for Milan as they are AC Milan fans first and then players. My pick for Brahim is obvious if you look at how he is improving himself physically and tactically. Pioli might play him again as a #8, with also Bennacer to take on Lobotka and Demme, as there is no Anguissa. My pick of Tomori is probably biased, but I am a Milan fan and if Milan qualifies for the semis, I am not going to pick Inter defenders against my Milan team while I have a differential pick in Milan who are ball recovery bosses like Kalulu, Tomori, Thiaw.

UCL Fantasy Manchester City Picks

If you didn’t pick KDB, now is the time for him to show his real class after watching Haaland beat Bayern, which he couldn’t do playing for Dortmund. Ruben Dias my obvious pick for defence. Might get a goal from set pieces. And I have no doubt Bayern will be troubled by Grealish breaking and tearing apart their right side of defence as Upamecano makes awful mistakes. Though Tuchel might play Cancelo on the right but it wouldn’t matter.

No Bayern Players

Many Bayern fans believe somehow they will come back, writing an example of a previous UCL match comeback against Porto. But they shouldn’t be cocky. It’s Manchester City, and they have got Pep, who has Gundogan, KDB, Maharez, and Bernardo as options for midfield. They have a defence problem, no doubt but Pep fixed it by playing Stones as a double-pivot midfielder with Rodri. So you can rely on City.

UCL Fantasy Napoli Picks

I don’t think Napoli are gonna beat Milan. And if they do beat them, the huge impact maker would be Kvara and Di Lorenzo on both flanks of their attack.


UCL Fantasy Benfica Picks

I kept Grimaldo. But I know Benfica might not get the comeback they want. But the good news is Argentina’s world cup winner, Nicolás Otamendi is back on the team. He might even start. So waiting for official news.


UCL Fantasy Madrid Picks

Vini And Benzema Duo is the obvious pick. Might get Fede or Rodryo if they qualify for the semi-final.


Goalkeepers Onana And Courtois probably gonna see Courtois keep a clean sheet. So keeping them on.

That’s all for now. I hope you like my team. You can follow me on Twitter: @RamboMunna and my Facebook page: Bornob Munna. Thank you, and Good luck with your UCL Fantasy Team.

You can find UCL Fantasy resources for the 22/23 season here.

UCL Fantasy Quarter Final Preview: Top Differentials

Need a boost in rank to catch up to your UCL Fantasy mini-league rivals? Consider these differentials by FPL Manual for the quarter-finals.

Happy Easter celebration!!!

As we wrap up the Easter holidays, many UCL Fantasy managers are also celebrating the return of the Champions League. In order to make a difference in rank in your fantasy team, it is usually best to aim for those fantasy assets that are under the radar. This article will be highlighting those UCL Fantasy assets who could be strong differential picks for the Quarter Finals.

In fishing out those Easter eggs, Let’s be reminded that this midweek marks Matchday 9 of the Champions League, and with eight teams left to go, I would like to point out my three UCL Fantasy differentials:


Jack Grealish

Price: 7.9m

Ownership: 1%

Based on league form, Man City’s midfielder Jack Grealish has clearly been putting in better numbers for his club with consistent attacking returns against Liverpool and Southampton in his last two games. The Manchester City forward seems to have found a new hunger with his role a little different from the wide man position he usually plays in. Jack is likely to cut in more often off late, giving him more confidence in the attack and support to help his teammates. For more emphasis on Grealish’s form, check this thread written by Fantasy enthusiast @SayedZeesh.

With a low ownership of 1% and improvement in minutes, Jack Grealish is surely an asset to perhaps experiment on against Bayern and I predict he is likely to get an attacking return.


Price: 8m

Ownership: 5%

Playing in a central position and assisting Madrid in a 6-nil victory against Valladolid a week ago, Carlo Ancelotti seems to have developed a new style of play which Rodrygo appears to be in a no 10 position. This analysis is excellently broken down by Twitter user @premierleaguepanel.

Facing an out-of-form Chelsea side, Real Madrid are clear favourites to make it to the next round but less be reminded it is always a feisty clash when it comes to the Head to Head history between these sides.

Owned at 5% percent, Rodrygo gives UCL Fantasy managers an extra Madrid spot to get through to possibly the final stages as the 13 times champions look forward to defending the title.


Rafael Leão

Price: 8.5m

Ownership: 13%

The AC Milan forward would be excited for what appears to be a re-match to the last tie against Serie A league Napoli where Napoli were defeated 4 nil with Leao scoring twice against the Naples side. New found confidence would make this game similar to an El-Clasico tie as Napoli would be looking for revenge while Milan would want to show they are superior to their rivals.

Owned by 13% of UCL Fantasy managers, The Milan forward could be a hidden gem in what seems to be a big game for the Italian sides.

Honorable Mentions

A few players who were not mentioned are Bayern players Yann Sommer, Thomas Muller and Goncalo Ramos, and lots more. These hidden gems are pretty much top differentials I see also doing a bit in this knockout phase.

Did you find this article helpful? Kindly share with your friends, colleagues, family, and other UCL Fantasy Managers as well. Cheers

You can find UCL Fantasy resources for the 22/23 season here.

UCL Fantasy Quarter Final Preview – Who Do I Captain?

We are down to the final eight teams in the Champions League but which are the best captains to consider in the quarter-finals for UCL Fantasy? FPL Manual takes a look at them in this article.

Thomas Tuchel’s debut for Bayern saw them win 4-2 against Dortmund in the Der Klassiker, while Liverpool were heavily defeated by City and Napoli lost 4-0 to Milan in Serie A. Benzema scored a hat-trick against Real Valladolid, among other exciting matches across Europe’s top five leagues.

A lot of action has gone down in Europe’s top five leagues since the Round of 16 concluded but now switch our focus to the Champions League as we watch the clash of champions battle it out till the final at Istanbul.
Before we dive in, let’s reflect on the round of 16 and highlight the top performers in both legs.

The current UCL top scorer, Haaland, scored a total of 27 points and now has eight goals under his belt. Benzema finished with 22 points, Osimhen with 21 points, and Goncalo Ramos with 17 points.

Vini Jr had a stunning performance against Liverpool and was awarded Man of the Match in the first leg, finishing with a total of 23 points. J. Mario was not far behind with a total of 19 points, and Coman finished with 14 points.

DEFENDERs: Only Di Lorenzo scoring (23 points) reading stood out among the defenders, with a goal and two cleansheets.

GOALKEEPERs: Yann Sommer made seven saves and kept two clean sheets for Bayern (14 points), while Meret came in second place with two clean sheets for Napoli (12 points).

Looking at the Quarter Final, I will be pointing out the top UCL fantasy assets to consider but first let’s take a look at the draw :

The remaining English teams in the Champions League face tough challenges. Chelsea has been struggling to win games and must face an in-form Real Madrid. Meanwhile, Man City plays against Bayern for the first time, with all eyes on Haaland and Sane playing against his former team. There’s also a match between Benfica and Inter, as well as a rematch between two top teams in Serie A after Napoli lost the league tie. This is truly the clash of champions among Europe’s best.

UCL Fantasy Captain Picks Quarter-finals

From a fantasy side, my main focus is to point out who are the top players to captain in the Quarter Final tie. My top three picks are as follows:


Erling Haaland

Price: 11m

Ownership: 61%

After scoring five goals in the Round of 16 against Leipzig, current top scorer Haaland will undoubtedly be at the top of the captaincy list as City welcome visiting Bayern to the Etihad Stadium. Coming off a brace in the league, the in-form striker will relish his chances against an experienced Bayern side to help Man City reach the next round.


Karim Benzema

Price: 10.7m

Ownership: 18%

Looking for a Mbappe replacement? Then Karim is your man. Coming off an excellent performance against Liverpool, Benzema seems to know the right buttons to push against top English sides. It was not too long ago that the Madrid superstar scored four goals in total against Chelsea in the Champions League 21/22 knockout stage. Benzema would be a great choice to have the armband on for this mouth-watering tie against Chelsea.

Vini Jr

Price: 10.1m

Ownership: 43%

The talented Brazilian Vinicius caught the eyes of many after a stunning performance in the last knockout stage scoring a total of 17 points in a 5-2 victory against Liverpool. Vinicus Jr has kept the form going scoring 2 goals and creating 3 assists in his last three games for Real Madrid. Vinicius and his team-mate Benzema will aim to capitalize on this form against the next opponent Chelsea.


That’s all folks. Feel free to share this article with friends, family, and other UCL Fantasy managers to help them in their team selection ahead of the next round.

You can find UCL Fantasy resources for the 22/23 season here.

Sarcastic UCL Fantasy – A New Round of Poor Decisions Is in Front of Us

With the round of 16 coming up in UCL Fantasy, tipster Alex shares his funny take on the matchday 7 games.

A short intro, because why not?

Welcome everyone to a new congress on how to take the poorest fantasy decisions! In today’s meeting, we will discuss the return of the Champions League, a new series of how all the in-form players as soon as they will be part of your team will start blanking. Exciting! And masochistic! Enough with the clapping, guys, Diogo Costa (POR) can’t concentrate on saving another penalty.

Current position & our ambitions

As my father used to say while checking my fantasy football homework “not too shabby, my dear boy, but you’re still not in the top 1000, start everything from scratch and stop crying!”. Trauma is such a vague concept. So, with minimal knowledge and divine luck, we will try to push into the top 1000 overall members. Let’s have a look over future fixtures, must-have and punty players from each team, and lastly form some possible teams together.


UCL Fixtures

Milan – Tottenham, Tue 14 Feb

  • Milan has been just plain awful since the end of the World Cup. Now they are just unlocking side quests at “how terrible could you play”, 15+ years. I will pick no player from their side.
  • The data shows a big possibility of attacking returns for Spurs, therefore my first choice will be Kane in the attack. He’s in-form, consistent, and still not speaking proper English. Punty ideas from their midfielder: Kulusevski (creative and involved in most of their actions) or Højbjerg (just loving those points from defensive actions & he tends to get the odd assist).
  • To avoid: any defensive asset, Lloris just called in sick and their past xGI does not look great.

PSG – Bayern, Tue 14 Feb

  • PSG has not been in the best form since Messi and Mbappe played Qatari checkers a couple of weeks ago. Poor build-up and xA and xG stats. Hakimi would disagree with my statement. And also with my fashion sense. He’s been in buzzing form, so he’s a must-have for me. If I would like to defend in case of a great PSG offensive, I would also go for one of Messi or Mbappe.
  • Bayern has been pretty solid with numerous offensive options. On my “Tasty beside their beers” list I have Cancelo, Kimmich, Sane, and Musiala.

Dortmund – Chelsea, Wed 15 Feb

  • My big money is on Dortmund keeping up their domestic form and surprising a pretty average Chelsea. I also have it in crypto, so don’t trust me completely. A full-attacking full-back would-be Guerreiro. So many dashes and assists. He’s a must-have. Now for the other options – I would choose from Bellingham, Brandt, Reyna, and Haller.
  • Chelsea’s playing Monopoly by themselves and still losing somehow. No player under 110 million euros is to be considered for our team.

Club Brugge – Benfica, Wed 15 Feb

  • Brugge from UCL stardom to domestic stand-up comedy. We’ll limit ourselves only to Belgian chocolate.
  • A similar case to Dortmund, Benfica are in form domestically, with four clean sheets in their *you guessed it* four games, scoring goals for fun. João Mário and Grimaldo are must-haves. Punty options: Guedes and Neres.

Frankfurt – Napoli, Tue 21 Feb

  • Frankfurt has been pretty solid and consistent since the end of the World Cup. If they were not playing against Napoli, I would have chosen Kolo Muani or Götze as premium punts.
  • They have amazing pizza, mafia-inspired stories, Maradona murals, and an amazing team this season. An amazing player with a great price/quality ratio is Kvaratskhelia. Kvara how his friends and the entire globe call him. Our second must-have is Osimhen. I would not go for any defensive asset as I think that Frankfurt might score the odd goal in their matches.

Liverpool – Real Madrid, Tue 21 Feb

  • One team is sitting in the 10th position, way above Brighton and Brentford. This sounds mean, re-phrase… One team has just lost 3-0 to Wolves. Nope, still sounds wrong, last try… The Beatles are one of my favorite bands! Go listen to them while avoiding Liverpool assets for now. Maybe Salah returns to his form in the future, but we won’t make choice on distant possibilities.
  • Real Madrid has not been great, struggling offensively. I would go only for Vinicius Jr as he can truly exploit Trent’s defensive slump and register either a goal or an assist.

RB Leipzig – Manchester City, Wed 22 Feb

  • Great attacking numbers, but the butter and bread are shared by the whole family. Here are my famished siblings: Werner, Andre Silva, Poulsen, Forsberg, and Szoboszlai. Nkunku is a proud father. I would not play this roulette against City.
  • About roulettes, Pep entered the room. Followed by Premier League Financial Fair guys, they just heard something about a roulette. You can never predict City’s starting line-up and they have been quite poor after the break. Their numbers are not bad, but not exciting either. I would choose Haaland, but he’s not one of my must-haves, more of an “I would like to have four forwards” type of approach. I think that Mahrez and KDB have a lower value price/outcome than many other options discussed above.

Inter Milano – Porto, Wed 22 Feb

  • Inter has been great at keeping clean sheets, so maybe go for the vintage Dumfries pick. A more neo-classical choice would be Lautaro Martinez, he’s been in a much-improved form since Qatar.
  • Porto has been great domestically, scoring goals while being extremely solid defensively. One must-have option for me would be Joao Mario, having a finger in all pies and an assist in all scoring opportunities.
  • For me, this game is more of an immovable object that meets another immovable object – not many goals and a great chance of a clean sheet for each team.

UCL Fantasy Draft Teams

Team A

Team B

Team C

You can find UCL Fantasy resources for the 22/23 season here.

UCL Fantasy – Ball Recovery Bosses

Ball recoveries are an important aspect of scoring in UCL Fantasy, and tipster JP takes a look at the players who are the best at them in this article.

Today marks the start of the 2022/23 UCL season, and that means we need to get a move on with our UCL Fantasy team selections!

One key feature of UCL Fantasy scoring is the inclusion of ball recoveries as a points-earning stat, with players getting one point added to their tally for every three balls recovered. This means that players that put in the hard defensive work for their teams are better rewarded for their contributions and that defenders and defensive midfielders can be useful for racking up points whether their teams are winning, losing, or drawing. For example, Liverpool’s Fabinho managed a huge 73 ball recoveries in total during the 2021/22 UCL season, earning him 21 of the 46 points he scored (note that the points offset is due to individual game totals).

Below, we have compiled a list of some of the top ball-recovering defenders or midfielders from last season and highlighted some new players to look out for during the 2022/23 campaign.

Last Year’s Top Ball Recoverers in UCL Fantasy


Éder Militão

🛡️ Position: DEF

💸 Price: €5.5M

⚪ Club: Real Madrid

It was Éder Militão who accumulated the most ball recoveries during the 2021/22 UCL campaign, playing as a core member of Real’s Champions League winning team. He earned 76 ball recoveries in total, translating to 23 pts. Real begin the defence of their title with a favourable fixture against Celtic and they have a relatively easy group in general (Celtic, RB Leipzig, Shaktar Donetsk), so he could be a solid pick again.


Reinildo Mandava

🛡️ Position: DEF

💸 Price: €4.5M

🐻 Club: Atlético Madrid

Atlético defender Reinildo registered the second most ball recoveries in UCL Fantasy last season, obtained while playing Champions League football for both Lille and Atlético. He finished just behind Eder Militão on 75 balls recovered (23 pts), despite only being involved up until the quarter-final stage. He may not be as busy as he was in his Lille days, but Atlético have a good first fixture at home to FC Porto, and he could represent great value at just €4.5M.



🎯 Position: MID

💸 Price: €6M

🔴 Club: Liverpool

Fabinho’s ball-winning abilities make him a key cog in the Liverpool machine, evidenced by the 73 ball recoveries (21 pts) he racked up on their journey to being last season’s Champions League runners-up, working at a rate of 8.4 ball recoveries per 90 min. On the other hand, his limited goal involvements may make his €6M price a little too high to justify in the group stage while cheaper and more attacking options are available.


Thiago Silva

🛡️ Position: DEF

💸 Price: €5.5M

🔵 Club: Chelsea

Tuchel seems to rely heavily on Thiago Silva’s quality and experience on a regular basis, especially in the Champions League. Despite this, the 37-year-old veteran has not only proven that he can meet the demand but that he is also still one of the world’s best. Silva played almost all of Chelsea’s 2021/22 UCL campaign and accrued 64 ball recoveries in the process, earning him 18 pts. They begin this UCL season with a kind opening fixture against Dinamo Zagreb.


Nicolás Otamendi

🛡️ Position: DEF

💸 Price: €4.5M

🦅 Club: Benfica

During last season’s group stage, Benfica managed four clean sheets out of 6, shutting Dynamo Kyiv and Barcelona out twice each and only conceding in their games against Bayern Munich. Otamendi proved to be a reliable source of ball recoveries throughout the campaign, racking up 63 ball recoveries (18 pts) on their journey to the quarter-finals. They are currently top of the Primeira Liga with five wins out of five and only three goals conceded, and Otamendi has been earning 10.8 ball recoveries per 90 min, so he’s certainly one to consider for their favourable opening fixture at home to Maccabi Haifa.

Ones to Look Out for


Below are several players who did not take part in the last UCL season, but who are ones to look out for this term on account of their ball recovery potential. They are listed here alongside their ball recoveries per 90 min stats from their current domestic league campaigns (or for previous seasons, where appropriate).

Wesley Fofana – Chelsea (€5M, DEF) – 7.5 recoveries per game (Europa League, Leicester)

Nico Schlotterbeck – Borussia Dortmund (€5M, DEF) – 8.0 recoveries per game (Bundesliga 2022/23)

Cristian Romero – Tottenham (€5M, DEF) – 9.7 recoveries per game (UCL 2020/21, Atalanta)

Luca Pellegrini – Eintracht Frankfurt (€4.5M, DEF) – 10.7 recoveries per game (Bundesliga 2022/23)

Aurélien Tchouaméni – Real Madrid (€6M, MID) – 7.5 recoveries per game (La Liga 2022/23)

Oumar Solet – RB Salzburg (€4.5M, DEF) – 10.7 recoveries per game (Austrian Bundesliga 2022/23)

Ball recovery stats taken from Squawka (data provided by Opta).

You can find UCL Fantasy resources for the 22/23 season here.

How to Win UCL Fantasy: Tips from 21/22 Champion Daniel Turon

UCL Fantasy 22/23 season is just a few hours away, and we have 21/22 champion Daniel Turon to share his tips with us for the upcoming tournament.

First off, congratulations on becoming the champion! So when did you feel like you were going to win it all? Did you have any nerves?

Daniel: Thank you so much! I never really felt like I had it in the bag until the final whistle honestly. And in terms of nerves, they were actually through the roof for that reason. The worst (besides the final) would have been the second leg of the Manchester City vs. Atlético Madrid match, where it felt like City would concede every two minutes. I had three City defenders and still cannot believe they pulled through that game.

Did you have a strategy in the way you played last season? Did the teams of your close opponents have any effect?

Daniel: I did take into consideration the other teams in the final match, with each team I made, I was comparing hypothetically what the runner-ups could pick and what they’d need to catch me. This probably just resulted in me ‘overthinking and creating stupid tactics’ in the words of Pep Guardiola. But I was able to pull through in the end!

Which accounts, podcasts, websites, etc, do you follow, if any, or use for UCL Fantasy?

Daniel: I read most of the articles by ‘Never Manage Alone,’ who I’ve now had the lucky opportunity to write for. Besides that, the only fantasy content I got was just by frequenting the FantasyCL subreddit.

What are your top 5 tips for UCL Fantasy managers?

Daniel: Follow your gut and analysis over others. You’ll be way less upset if you’re wrong.

Plan your transfers for the next weeks. Like, create actual hypothetical drafts to make sure your wildcard + transfer plans will make sense.

Don’t underestimate ball recoveries. They add up and really give the edge to managers who take them seriously. Use an actual stats database such as fbref.com to compare players.

What would be your advice for new players

Daniel: Have fun, pick players you have a really good feeling about, even if others may not. My brother (new to UCL Fantasy) posted about Haaland at 4.5M a couple of years back and was told he’s not a great pick. Still, if you want to play seriously, immerse yourself in fantasy content. Visit the subreddit, read articles, watch content creators, whatever. You want to hear about all the viable picks people are taking, and then do your own analysis and make it your own squad.

Who was your MVP in UCL Fantasy last year?

Daniel: My MVP was most certainly Benzema. In the first leg of the quarter-finals, with the absence of Sane, I dropped from 7th to ~50. So, as a differential, I captained Benzema in the second leg, while nearly EVERYONE chose Lewandowski. Of course, Benzema scored a hatty that game and Lewandowski blanked. From then on, I swore to back Benzema always, and to this day, I still refuse to take him out.

Which position is the best to invest players in – forward, midfield, or defence?

Daniel: This year, I want four premium forwards. There are just so many options that it feels like it is a must to put down big money there.

Do you prefer defenders with attacking potential or those who are good at ball recoveries?

Daniel: It really depends on the price. I find some attacking defender options for the budget very tempting (Rensch, Tavares, Mendes). But I never have been too attracted to the premium dollar defenders. Really my priority is just the cheapest guys who have clean sheet odds. Then I’ll filter those by who has something extra—either ball recoveries in the top 15 percentile or some goal involvement probability.

Do you believe in going template or having certain differentials in your team every week? If so, how many?

Daniel: I have never taken much consideration of popularity in picks. Even with only template picks, there’s enough of them around that your team will end up different enough with transfers and everything. Just pick who you think will do well. Then if you end up close to the top of the leaderboard or your mini-league in the final stretch, now you can start thinking about differentials. My favorite differentials are generally captain swaps rather than new players (Benzema over Lewandowski).

Do you generally prefer a combination of big hitters + enablers or a spreading of funds? Along those lines, are there any players you think are notably undervalued? (@JP__Football)

Daniel: My strategy in the group stage last year was to first load up on as many good value low budget picks as possible, then just grab a bunch of premiums. I’ve gone even harder on that strategy this year. Maybe too far…. we will see, but I certainly do have many premiums. 4/5…. should be interesting and fun.

Two picks that are must-haves for the first MD or group stage, in your opinion (@BigBallzz_Pod)

Daniel: For the group stage in general, I’d say in his current form, I respect those who are brave enough not to pick Haaland. I am not. Lewandowski is also very enticing if you can afford to transfer him out after MD1.

Could you share the chip strategy that you have in mind for now? (@alboteanu_cata)

Daniel: I usually build my chip strategy around the fixture with the most enticing limitless. And then figure out how to use the wildcard from there. So I am planning on using limitless for GW3, and wildcard for GW4. Although I know, many won’t prefer that because then you aren’t taking advantage of the mirrored fixtures for MD3-MD4.

What matchdays should the wildcards be used?

Daniel: There are many strategies to make this work. There’s no one answer. Although all the strategies I have seen and liked used the WC at MD4 at the latest. Another very nice strategy is to make a free hit team for MD1, wildcard on MD2, and keep that team all the way to MD6, taking advantage of both mirrored fixtures. And then use the limitless MD6 and pick teams less likely to rotate. This is far better structured for transfers than mine. But doesn’t have as big mismatches in fixtures for the limitless.

Your teams to target for the start of the tournament?

Daniel: Haifa and Plzen’s opponents. Manchester City is also very strong, and with Haaland as a high-scoring threat against any team IMO.

The player that you think is being overlooked the most and why?

Daniel: Haaland. Only 47% have him…. on a real note, I don’t have any completely unheard-of picks. I’ve got a couple of 1%, though. Rensch is a 4.5M defender for Ajax with a couple of goal involvements already. Many may be scared away by Liverpool on MD2. But Liverpool’s scoring threat hasn’t looked amazing this season, besides the one obvious game.

Do you have a first draft that you could share with us?

Daniel: Unfortunately, I don’t want to share my actual draft for two reasons. First, I don’t want anyone who wants a free team that should be pretty good on paper to copy me. And for those that are serious players, I don’t want you to get too caught up in choosing a similar team to mine because there are sooo many viable teams that are just as good or maybe better that look completely different. Just enjoy making your own team, and read about tips for players to scout, but don’t start with drafting a team similar to a more experienced player.

That said, I am happy to give my thoughts on any player picks, and can be found on Reddit. Either in the FantasyCL subreddit or by PM’ing me on u/all_u_can_eat_soup.

A big thank you to the champion again for letting us interview him. We wish him all the best as he looks to defend his title next season!

You can find UCL Fantasy resources for the 22/23 season here.