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Best forwards for UCL Fantasy

The Champions league is back for another season which means the fantasy game is too. With that in mind we take a look at the best forwards in UCL Fantasy using previous, current and team form with the help of underlying stats.

Focusing on the best forwards for UCL Fantasy could be absolutely crucial. When it comes to building our squads many within the community will be hoping to find reliable forwards with plenty of routes to points in any given Matchday.

Robert Lewandowski

Barcelona were dumped out of the Champions League Group Stages last season but bounced back by winning La Liga. This season the Spanish giants have started the campaign in great form – winning three of their first four matches.

Royal Antwerp, Porto and Shakhtar lay ahead for Barcelona so there Group Stage could be a promising one. Barcelona will be favourites to score in each and every one of their games so investing could be wise. Their main man and penalty taker is of course Robert Lewandowski (€10.5m). The Polish international bagged a huge 23 goals and seven assists in 34 matches last season. In the four matches he has played for Barcelona so far he’s already collected two goals and one assist.

Erling Haaland

Manchester City won the Champions League last season whilst also completing their famous treble. Not only do they come into the tournament as favourites to win but last season they also averaged one of the of the highest scoring rates in Europe.

Crvena Zvezda, Leipzig and Young Boys stand ahead for Manchester City, three teams they will be expected to win against and win well. It could be very dangerous to exclude Erling Haaland (€11.5m). Arguably the best forward in the world at the moment the Norwegian banked a whopping 36 goals and eight assists in the Premier League last season. Haaland has continued that same form in the early stages of his 23/24 campaign – scoring six goals and registering one assist.

Kylian Mbappe

PSG are going through major changes at the moment with the departures of both Lionel Messi and Neymar to adjust to. That may be the case but they have invested well and one of their best pieces of business this summer was keeping Kylian Mbappe (€11.5m) at the club.

With a torrid Group ahead the French side face Dortmund, Newcastle and Milan ahead. With this in mind, why should we be looking to invest? Well Mbappe has proven to be fixture proof for both club and country. Last season the Frenchman amassed an impressive seven goals and three assists in just eight Champions League matches. Mbappe plays for the big games and there will be no surprises if we saw him repeat that 22/23 campaign form this season.

Lautaro Martinez

Inter surprised everyone last season as they advanced all of the way to the final and put up a valiant effort against Manchester City. The Italian side have also started their season perfectly – winning all three of their first three matches in Serie A and winning them convincingly.

Lautaro Martinez (€9m) is the Italian sides main man. He is also the focal point to their attack. Last season in Serie A Martinez racked up a huge 21 goals and six assists – accumulating to 27 goal contributions in 38 matches. With five goals already this season Martinez could be looking to eclipse his old total and he has some great opportunities ahead in the group stage to do that against the likes of Benfica, Real Sociedad and Salzburg.

Victor Osimhen

Napoli will be coming into the Group Stages looking to extend their top form from last season. The Italian side secured the Serie A title last campaign and even progressed into the latter stages of the Champions League. One of the biggest contributing factors towards their success was Victor Osimhen (€10m).

Osimhen was fantastic last season scoring 26 goals and racking up four assists. He totalled 30 attacking returns in 32 matches and highlighted himself as one of the best strikers in Europe. This season it looks like he has also picked up penalty duty which boosts his appeal even more. Osimhen faces Braga, Real Madrid and Union Berlin in the Group Stages and will be hoping to improve on his five goals in six games from last campaign.

Harry Kane

Bayern maintained one of the best scoring averages in Europe last season and this seems to be a trend every campaign. With this in mind and the fact they come up against Manchester United, Copenhagen and Galatasaray in the Group Stages, attacking investment will be almost essential.

Harry Kane (€10m) has been one of the most consistent strikers in world football for some time. He recently made the switch from Tottenham and he has already scored three goals and produced one assist in just three starts for the German side. Not just this but Kane looks to have taken up to penalty duty which gives him another route to points.

Looking for some of the best midfielders to buy in UCL Fantasy? Check out our article here.

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