In this article we take a look through the best UCL Fantasy Limitless team for Matchday 2. Using stats, player and team form and other factors we pick out the best players for the second round of Champions League Fantasy Football.
Looking at the UCL Fantasy best Limitless team for Matchday 2 could be extremely beneficial. The Limitless chip allows managers unlimited budget to bring in the most expensive players in the game for one week only. The Limitless can also be utillised as a free hit. This means that managers can bring in a fresh team regardless of price to avoid tough matches.
The best Limitless team for Matchday 2
- Sven Ulreich – Bayern come up against a Copenhagen side whom scored just once in the entire 22/23 campaign. The German side also proved their defensive stability last season – banking five clean sheets in six Group Stage matches against the likes of Inter and Barcelona.
- Ederson – Manchester City are maintaining some of the best defensive data in the Premier League this season. They may come up against a strong Leipzig next up but the current holders have the potential strength to keep a clean sheet against any team in world football on their day.
- Giovanni Di Lorenzo – Matchday 2 could be a week lacking of clean sheets. Because of this and the fact he has bagged four attacking returns already this season Di Lorenzo could have good potential even against Real Madrid whom are very dependent on Jude Bellingham for goals.
- Achraf Hakimi – PSG got their 23/24 UCL campaign off to a strong start with a 2-0 win over Dortmund. Amongst the success was wing-back Hakimi. The Moroccan gets into some of the most dangerous positions on the pitch and has already scored three goals this season.
- Joao Cancelo – The Portuguese hugely impressed during his time at Champions Manchester City and he has transferred his strong attacking output into a free-scoring Barcelona side – scoring two goals and creating one assist already.
- Federico Dimarco and Denzel Dumfries – Two of the worlds most dangerous wing-backs play for the same club, Inter. The Italian side are very reliant on their wing-backs offensively. That can be reinforced with the fact that both have accumulated 11 attacking returns between them this season for club and country.
- Jude Bellingham – Real Madrid will always be a team to fear due to the knack they have of reaching the latter stages most seasons. The Spanish side have been looking to Bellingham for a bulk of their goals this season. The English international has racked up eight goals and two assists since joining.
- Leroy Sane – Bayern tend to sustain one of the highest scoring averages in Europe. Because if this and the fact they face Copenhagen this week, heavy investment is key. Their player of the month is Sane who has netted seven times for club and country this season.
- Phil Foden – Similar to Bayern, Manchester City also sustain one of the highest scoring averages in Europe. They face Leipzig next who looked defensively ropey in Matchday 1. Their standout midfielder option is Phil Foden. Foden has collected five returns in his matches already and looks like a mainstay in the holders starting 11.
- Bruno Fernandes – It could be a great week to invest in a Manchester United asset. The Reds play at home against a Galatasaray side whom conceded two goals to Copenhagen in Matchday 1. Bruno Fernandes maintains some fantastic distribution stats and takes his sides penalties.
- Martin Odegaard – Arsenal face Lens this week and the French side have started their new camaign torridly. The English side seem to be firing on all cylinders this campaign so investing in their attack could be hugely beneficial. The Norwegian is instrumental for Arsenal and also banked 15 points in the first round for his goal, assist and player of the match award.
- Erling Haaland – The Norwegian has been one of the most relentless strikers in world football for sometime. In fact, in the 11 matches he has played so far he has scored eight goals and created two assists. He is also a very strong captaincy option for Matchday 2.
- Harry Kane – Investing into the focal point and penalty taker of the Bayern attack is essential this week. Since joining the German side Kane has racked up eight goals and four assists, highlighting himself as one of the most inform attackers in Europe.
- Gabriel Jesus – Finding another route into the in-form Arsenal attack could be a wise move. Gabriel Jesus leads his offensive line after returning from injury and even scored in Matchday 1 against PSV. He could have huge potential this week.
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