World Cup Fantasy top picks for Matchday 1

Here we will cover the World Cup Fantasy top picks for Matchday 1. We will use stats, heatmaps, team and player form to shortlist some of the best assets in the game for fantasy managers looking to build their squads.

The new winter tournament is here! Fantasy managers do not have long to get their squads ready for Matchday 1. Looking at the top picks for Matchday 1 can help focus on assets we think could do well rather than worry about the massive pool of players available to us.

Goalkeepers – Alexander Domínguez

Ecuador face the hosts in the first match of the World Cup. The first match will be played on the 20th of November. What is important is because there is only one match on that day, players we invest in from either of these teams can be swapped out the next day if they fail to return.

Overall Ecuador fully deserve to be at the World Cup. They have shown strength in recent wins against both Chile, Mexico, Uruguay and Colombia recently and are not a team to be underestimated within the competition.

In their last 10 matches in all competitions, Ecuador have managed to keep a very solid five clean sheets. Interestingly, those five clean sheets have all come in their last five matches. Some of those clean sheets they did keep were against sides like Mexico and Japan. This is a huge indication that the South Americans are showing great defensive capabilities.

Qatar, Ecuador’s opponents, have shown they can lack goals. This was reflected in their three back-to-back 0-0 draws this year. That potential lack of goals could indicate that it could be beneficial to invest in the Ecuador defence.

There has been rotation between Ecuador’s two goalkeepers. However, the goalkeeper with the most experience and the goalkeeper making most of the predicted line-ups is 35-year-old Alexander Domínguez.

Alexander Domínguez comes in at just £4.5m in the game. Fantasy managers are always looking to invest in budget players that allow funds to be enabled elsewhere and the Ecuadorian could well be one of the best options in the first Matchday.


Matt Turner

The USA have been placed amongst England, Wales and Iran in the group stages. This could be seen as a great opportunity for the USA to progress to the last 16. They play on the second day of the World Cup. The Americans have reflected strength in their journey to qualification and that can be seen in their results.

That same strength can also be highlighted in their defence. In their last 10 matches in all competitions, USA have kept a very impressive six clean sheets. Some of these clean sheets were kept against the likes of Uruguay, Saudi Arabia and Morocco. All of whom were strong enough to qualify for the World Cup.

It’s been widely known that Matt Turner is in line to start in goal. The goalkeeper has had a turbulent loan career, passed between clubs without finding a true home. Turner has finally settled at Arsenal as their back-up goalkeeper. Although a backup, he has still proved his ability. Turner has played four Europa League matches for Arsenal and kept clean sheets in three of them.

Matt Turner comes in at the fantastic price of £4.5m. Managers could well be interested in pairing Turner with another budget goalkeeper to enable funds elsewhere within their squads. With a great recent defensive record, against an inconsistent Wales and at a brilliant price, Matt Turner makes the top picks for Matchday 1.

Unai Simón

Spain’s huge success in years gone by has increased the standard that football fans hold of them. With that in mind, Spain have become an underestimated team due to those same high expectations. Although that is the case, the great results are there for everyone to see.

In their last 10 matches in all competitions, Spain have managed to rack up an impressive six clean sheets. Some of these clean sheets were kept against Portugal and Switzerland, teams that regularly score goals. This could be a strong sign that investing in the Spain defence could be beneficial.

Unai Simón comes in at £5.5m. For those managers looking to spend a little more money on a goalkeeper, he could be a great option. Playing the majority of the recent matches, Unai Simón does have a small lack of competition for his place, but why change something that is not broken anyway.

The Spanish number one plays his football in La Liga. This season, Unai Simón has picked up six clean sheets from his 14 domestic matches so far. His ability could also be highlighted by the fact he kept clean sheets in half of his matches played in his Nations League campaign.

Opponents Costa Rica may be in good form but so are Spain. With a strong recent defensive record, Spain have to be considered for investment and for that reason and the above, Unai Simón makes the top picks for Matchday 1.

Diogo Costa

Portugal have always been up there but have always underestimated by football fans around the world. One of the main labels they have been given over the years is a strong defensive unit. In their last 10 matches in all competitions, Portugal have kept five clean sheets. This is not bad considering they played the free scoring Spain twice.

Portugal face Ghana in Matchday 1. Ghana have shown huge inconsistencies over the last couple of years and that has frustrated fans. Many expected better performances from the Africans in their recent African Cup of Nations campaign but that was not to be.

One goalkeeper that has become a UCL Fantasy legend is that of Diogo Costa. In his recent Champions League campaign with domestic club Porto, Costa managed an incredible three penalty saves, an assist and three clean sheets. This led to him returning several double-digit hauls and placing himself in the UCL Fantasy hall of fame in the community.

Costa’s domestic league campaign has also been something to factor in his appeal. Costa managed to secure six clean sheets in his 12 matches played. With a great fixture, a price-tag of just £5m and clear signs of successful fantasy returns, Diogo Costa simply has to be considered amongst the top pick for Matchday 1.

Defenders – Luke Shaw

England have tended to be one of the favourites for any international tournament they are involved in. Although the outcome has rarely been the case, their progress in their most recent Euros campaign where they reached the final should be factored in.

In their last 10 matches, fans have seen England slip from their previous top form. However, their potential should not be ignored. In their last Euros campaign, England managed to keep five clean sheets in their seven matches played. This contributed towards them reaching the final. Their path to World Cup qualification was also impressive. England picked up a huge seven clean sheets in the 10 matches they played.

Key injuries to players like Ben Chilwell and Reece James have meant manager Gareth Southgate is short of options. It also reinforces left back Luke Shaw’s minutes in the World Cup ahead. Although short of domestic form, Luke Shaw becomes a different player, like many, when playing for his country.

The left back comes in at just £5m. This could be seen as a bargain when looking at Luke Shaw’s recent international output. Below we can see a heat map of Shaw’s recent Euros campaign. We can also see just how much the left back likes to drive forward. In fact, the majority of his positioning is in the opposition’s half.

That fantastic heatmap above is only strengthened when looking at his attacking output. Shaw scored one goal, created three assists and kept three clean sheets. This totalled to seven returns in the six Euros matches he played in.

Another example of Shaw’s attacking output was in one of his most recent games against Germany in the Nations League. The Englishman managed to score a goal. Luke Shaw shows fantastic attacking output for England and combined with the clean sheet potential and fixture ahead against Iran, has to be considered amongst the top picks for Matchday 6.

Denzel Dumfries

The Netherlands are becoming an increasingly impressive side and one that could match any team in the world. In their last 10 matches the have won seven and remain unbeaten. Amongst that great run they have also kept three clean sheets. Interestingly, two of those clean sheets have come in the last two games against Belgium and Poland.

The Netherlands play Senegal in Matchday 1. The African team recently won the African Cup of Nations. However, although they triumphed, Senegal only scored one goal in their group stage matches against the likes of Zimbabwe, Guinea and Malawi. All three matches where they were expected to win and win well.

Netherland also play in a wing back system. When fantasy football players are looking for assets to invest in, wing backs have become increasingly popular. This is because they take up very advanced positions at times, increasing the likelihood of attacking returns.

Denzel Dumfries has become fantasy gold over the years. In his recent Euros campaign with Netherlands, he score two goals in the four matches he played in. His great international form continued. In his most recent Nations League campaign, the wing back also scored two goals and created an assist. This led to three attacking returns in his five matches played.

We can see the pricey (£6m) but justified defender plays in a hugely advanced position. In fact. Dumfries has one of the most attacking heat maps in Europe as a defender. His heavy positioning in the opponent’s box means he can get really close to goal. Because of all of the factors above, Dumfries takes his place amongst the top picks for Matchday 1.


Joakim Mæhle

Denmark seem to be a team that most fans find themselves supporting when they are not supporting their own. One of the reasons for this could be their sheer grit, determination and willingness to work harder than other teams in the world.

In their World Cup qualifiers, the Danes kept a massive eight clean sheets in their 10 matches played. This could have been seen as one of the strongest defences in the world at the time. The defensive potential is clearly there and although results have not been what they have wanted lately, still look like an appealing defence to invest in.

Denmark play Tunisia in Matchday 1. Although stronger recently, Tunisia have failed to score in four of their last seven African Cup of Nations matches. This could indicate the Tunisians can struggle to score goals. Wing back Joakim Mæhle should be considered.

Joakim Mæhle has proven to be a different player when on international duty. Similar to Denzel Dumfries, could also be considered as fantasy gold. His attacking potential was shown in his recent Euros campaign.
Joakim Mæhle scored two goals and created one assist. Combined with his clean sheet, the defender hit four returns in the six matches he played.


Joakim Mæhle’s fantastic output continued into his World Cup qualifiers where he netted five times in the nine matches, he played in. If that wasn’t enough, the Dane also managed three assists and one clean sheet in his six Nations League matches.

At the budget price of just £4.5m it could be extremely difficult to leave Joakim Mæhle out. For all of the reasons above, Mæhle has to be considered with the other top picks for Matchday 1.

Borna Sosa

Croatia have shown that they can be a very tough side to beat. This was seen in their recent wins against strong teams like Denmark and France. In fact, in their last 10 matches, Croatia have won seven. Amongst that great form they also kept three clean sheets.

In their World Cup qualifiers Croatia’s strong form saw them hit an impressive seven clean sheets. They face Morocco in Matchday 1. Although in great form, Croatia have proved they have the grit to grind out both results and clean sheets.

Borna Sosa has been selected in most of fans and correspondents predicted line ups. The defender comes in at just £3.5m. This is one of the cheapest price-tags in the game and should be heavily factored in when deliberating Sosa’s selection within our teams. The cost heavily enables funds elsewhere within our teams.

Sosa has become of the most favoured assets in the Bundesliga Fantasy game. This is due to his increasing offensive output. For Stuttgart, Sosa managed one goal and eight assists in his 21/22 domestic league season. That form has continued into the current campaign where has already banked five assists in his 12 matches played.

We can see from the heatmap above that Sosa enjoyed more positioning in the opponent’s half than his own during the World Cup qualifiers. We can also see heavy positioning in the opponent’s box. This increases his potential of an attacking return.

At such a low price and current attacking form, Borna Sosa joins the top picks for Matchday 1.


Thomas Meunier

Belgium have been struggling to meet the high expectations of their fans for some time. Their inconsistencies over the course of the last year have led to a lack of clean sheets, however they will be looking to correct that.

Although inconsistent, Belgium have the ability and individuals to challenge any team in world. They face Canada in Matchday 1. Canada have also shown an unsteady pattern of results. Their lack of bite can be reflected in their recent meetings against Panama, Costa Rica and Uruguay. They failed to score in any of those matches.

One player who has been a mainstay within the line-up is Thomas Meunier. Belgium’s wingback system allows for Meunier to steam forward which has also led to the Belgian reaping the rewards from the position he plays in.

Meunier has proven to be a great fantasy asset in the past. In his Euros campaign, Meunier managed to score a goal and create two assists. Combined with his clean sheet, he collected four returns in the five matches he played.

That great attacking output continued as Meunier created two assists in his four world cup qualifiers. We can see in his World Cup qualifiers heat map just how attacking he can be. Three quarters of his time looks to be spent in the opponent’s half, which is a huge indicator that Meunier has big potential for attacking returns.

With a good fixture and great offensive potential, Thomas Meunier joins the top picks for Matchday 1.

Joao Cancelo

Portugal have some of the best individuals in the world football. However, getting them to all click together and sustain regular consistency is the end goal. Portugal may have lost two of their most recent matches, but they should not be underestimated.

Defensively things look of for Portugal. In their last 10 matches in all competitions, they have racked up clean sheets in half of their games. This could indicate investing in their backline beneficial to fantasy managers.

Portugal face Ghana in Matchday 1. Although Ghana seem to be improving, they still failed to score against the likes of Chile, Nigeria and Morocco in some of their recent matches. This could show they can struggle to score goals at times.

Joao Cancelo has become one of the best full backs in Europe as of late. His creativity, threat and fantasy football returning rate is one of the best around. In his 21/22 domestic season with Man City, Cancelo picked up one goal, seven assists and 19 clean sheets. This led to a massive 27 returns in his 36 matches played.

If that wasn’t enough, Cancelo’s output continued in the Champions League that season. He collected two goals, three assists and three clean sheets. This totalled to eight returns in his nine matches played. For country Cancelo has maintained his great offensive ability. The full back has already scored seven goals in his 37 matches for Portugal.

We can see from Cancelo’s recent Nations League campaign heatmap above, that he spends a lot of time in the opponent’s half. His fantastic positioning was rewarded as he finished up on two goals, one assist and two clean sheets. This led to five returns in five matches played.

At a premium price of £6m, Cancelo has proven he can justify it. A great fixture lays ahead and in fantastic offensive form, Joao Cancelo simply has to be considered amongst the top picks for Matchday 1.

Midfielders – Steven Bergwijn

Free scoring Netherlands have racked up a serious goalscoring average over their recent matches. In fact, in their last 10 matches played, they have scored 23 goals. This averages at 2.3 goals scored per match. This could indicate that investing in the Netherlands attack beneficial to managers.

In addition, the Netherlands scored a huge 33 goals in their World Cup qualifiers. This averages out at 3.3 goals per match. What is becoming clear is that buying into the Netherlands attack could be absolutely vital in World Cup Fantasy.

Netherlands face Senegal in Matchday 1. Although the African side showed they can defend well in their recent African Cup of Nations win, that defensive form does seem to be taking a dip. A reflection of this is that Senegal have conceded 10 goals in their last 10 matches. This averages to one goal conceded per match.

Steven Bergwijn looks dead set to start for the Netherlands. After the Dutch manager ruled striker Depay out of Matchday 1, Bergwijn’s minutes look even more convincing than they already did. At just £7m, Berwijn has the perfect price-tag to invest in.

Bergwijn struggled to find form in the Premier League, but that has changed since his move from Tottenham. The attacker has managed to score eight goals and create three assists for Ajax domestically this season. That totals to 11 returns in his 14 matches played. In his last 10 matches for Netherlands he has also picked up an impressive six goals and one assist.

Showing increasing output in a free scoring Netherlands side against a defensively slipping opponent, Steven Bergwijn walks into the top picks for Matchday 1 with ease.

Andreas Skov Olsen

Denmark may be showing inconsistencies in defence but that has not stopped them from scoring. In their last 10 matches they have scored 17 goals. This averages at 1.7 goals scored per match. This may be lower than managers expect but some of the teams they have scored played against in that period are France (twice), Croatia and the Netherlands.

In addition, the Danes also bagged a massive 30 goals in their World Cup qualifiers. This averages out at three goals scored per match. A clear indication that when playing weaker teams, they can score plenty of goals. Denmark face a Tunisia, that although have been strong defensively as of late, showed their defensive fragilities against Brazil where they conceded five goals in their last match played.

Andreas Skov Olsen comes with a brilliant price-tag of just £6m. Managers will be searching for cheap enablers when it comes to building their final squads and the midfielder offers exactly that. In his 11 starts for domestic club Club Brugge, Olsen managed to bank six goals and two assists.

If that wasn’t enough the midfielder has shown he can do it on the international stage as well. In his 10 World Cup qualifiers, Olsen scored five goals and created three assists. This totals to eight returns in that same period.

A great fixture lays ahead for Olsen. The player is in serious international form and comes in at a price that can help enable funds elsewhere. Due to all of the factors above, Andreas Skov Olsen makes his way into the top picks for Matchday 1.


Luka Modrić

Croatia have become a team that fans constantly underestimate in international football. In their last 10 matches they have managed to secure an impressive seven wins. In that same period, they also bagged 19 goals. This averages out at a cool 1.9 goals scored per match.

Croatia face Morocco in Matchday 1. Although defensively fair recently, the African side have shown they can concede. That was reflected in their match against USA where they lost 3-0. One of the options that should be seriously considered is arguably one of the best midfielders to ever play the game.

Luka Modrić comes in at the mid-price of £8.5m. But he doesn’t score much? Midfielders can earn points through several different ways in the game. One of those ways is tackling. A midfielder can earn a point for every three tackles made and Modrić plays in a position that can take advantage of this.

Another route to points is key passes. If a midfielder provides two key passes, they receive an additional point. Modrić has proven to be one of the best passers in the game over his career and that has not changed. In his World Cup qualifiers, he managed to average a fantastic two key passes per match, something not many players can sustain.

Going back to his goal scoring, he isn’t exactly shy of goals. In his World Cup qualifiers, he scored three goals in the seven matches he did play. Combined with his two assists, key passes and tackles, he returned significant points in every single match he played in. For those reasons, and the fact he takes his teams penalties, Modric could arguably be one of the best options in the game and so takes his place amongst the top picks for Matchday 1.

Wahbi Khazri

Many will have to blink twice as they read that a Tunisian player has made it into the top picks for Matchday 1. Tunisia have shown they can lack goals sometimes but have still managed to net 13 times in their last 10 matches in all competitions. A good reflection of their potential could be seen in their comfortable wins against Japan (3-0) and Chile (2-0).

Tunisia may not have it easy it Matchday 1 as they face Denmark. Denmark can be strong defensively but have also shown fragilities. This can be seen in the fact that they have conceded in seven of their last 10 matches in all competitions.

Readers may also be looking at Whabi Khazri with question marks. The midfielder has been in and out of the squad with injury, but the fact remains, he can be dangerous if he is starting. Not only does Khazri take his teams penalties, but he also picked up two goals and one assist in his recent African Cup of Nations campaign.

One of the biggest factors, if not the biggest is that Khazri comes in at one of the best enabling prices in the game (£4.5m). The risk is minimal but the budget that can be allocated elsewhere within our teams is even more important.

His price and penalty factor are two major appeals when considering Whabi Khazri. His potential when starting could be huge and if he maintains his minutes could be considered as one of the best enablers in the game. Due to all of the factors above, Whabi Khazri makes it into the top picks for Matchday 1.

Joshua Kimmich

Germany have struggled to pick up positive results as of late. However, they showed in the World Cup qualifiers that they can get results. In their 10 qualifiers they picked up a whopping nine wins, dropping points in just one of their matches.

In that same 10 match period, the Germans also bagged a massive 36 goals. This averages out at 3.6 goals scored per match and is one of the biggest scoring averages amongst all teams in the World Cup qualifiers. Germany should be seriously considered in terms of offensive investment.

Germany face Japan in Matchday 1. Japan have shown seriously impressive performances over recent times. However, also showed that they can concede goals in their recent match against a side that can struggle to score, Tunisia.

Joshua Kimmich is another midfielder that could also be considered as one of the best in the game currently. He comes in at just £7m which is a fantastic price when factoring in Kimmich’s overall ability to earn fantasy points.

Kimmich takes set pieces which provides him with another route to points. As well as this, he also plays in a position that can allow him to make plenty of tackles. This could increase Kimmich’s potential. Although he only picked up one assist in his recent Nations League campaign, Kimmich was still averaging nearly two key passes per match. Again, midfielders also earn points for key passes which adds to his appeal even more.

Kimmich has shown he can score goals, sustain good key pass stats, make tackles, and plays in a team that score goals. The German midfielder should definitely be considered and for that reason makes the top picks for Matchday 1.

Kevin De Bruyne

There can be no doubt that investing in the Belgium attack could be key in the campaign ahead. In their last 10 matches, Belgium have scored 20 goals. That averages at two goals scored per match. In their World Cup qualifiers, they also managed to net 25 times. That total meant they were averaging 3.1 goals per match.

Belgium face Canada in Matchday 1. Their recent form has dipped which has also allowed them to concede two goals in three of their last four matches. This could indicate buying into the Belgium attack even more beneficial than it was.

Kevin De Bruyne can be seen as one if not the best midfielder in world football. In his current domestic season, De Bruyne has managed three goals and nine assists. This means he picked up 12 returns in his 14 matches played. What should also be considered is that he is also averaging 3.4 key passes per game. Which is another potential route to points in World Cup Fantasy.

De Bruyne’s great domestic form can be seen in his international performances too. He banked five assists and three goals in his last 10 matches for Belgium. It is no wonder the midfielder comes in at the premium price of £11m.

Lukaku faces a race against time to be fit after picking up a muscle injury recently. It is worth noting that when Lukaku is not on the pitch, De Bruyne can take the penalties. Kevin De Bruyne can be considered as one of the best assets in the game and for that reason has to make the top picks for Matchday 1.

Forwards – Lionel Messi

Argentina remain unbeaten in all competitions since 2019. This could be an early sign of how strong Argentina actually are. In their last 10 matches they have scored 22 goals. That averages out to 2.2 goals scored per match.

Opponents Saudi Arabia may have had a successful World Cup qualifying round, but they have been leaking goals as of late. For that reason, considering an Argentina attacker could be very beneficial. Lionel Messi comes in with a £10.5m price-tag.

Messi needs no justification. However, as a reminder of the 35-year-olds ability we will take a look through his recent output. For domestic club PSG, Messi has already notched up a whopping seven goals and 10 assists. That tallies up to 17 goal contributions in just 12 matches played.

For country, Messi has scored 90 goals in his 164 matches played. Some of those goals were seen in the World Cup qualifying round. Messi scored seven goals in that same campaign. Another example of Messi’s output is his four goals and five assists in his most recent Copa America tournament. His total reached nine attacking returns in just seven matches played.

His recent Argentina performances have also been excellent. In his last 10 matches Messi scored 11 goals and created two assists. Because of all of the factors above, Messi takes his place amongst the top picks for Matchday 1.

Kylian Mbappe

France are favourites in most competitions they play in. That is the same this time around. Although their recent form has taken a dip, they still managed to score 22 goals in their last 10 matches. That averages at 2.2 goals per match.

That scoring average was similar to their World Cup qualifying campaign. France scored 18 goals during their qualifiers and averaged 2.25 goals per match. This could indicate France are a good team to invest in offensively.

France face a meeting against Australia in Matchday 1. Although they have had wins against New Zealand and Peru, their World Cup qualifiers were less convincing. Towards the latter stages, Australia won just one of their matches and conceded in two of their final three qualifiers.

Kylian Mbappe has been one of the best players in World football over recent seasons. Good enough to warrant his huge £11.5m price-tag. His domestic form has been relentless. This season for PSG, Mbappe has already recorded 11 goals and two assists in his 13 matches.

Mbappe’s fantastic form has translated into his international performances. Already, Mbappe has racked up 28 goals in his 58 France appearances. In France’s World Cup qualifiers, Mbappe scored five goals and created two assists. Again, creating more goal contributions than matches played.

Mbappe is in form for both club and country. His elite form is likely to continue and for the reasons above, makes the top picks for Matchday 1.

Cristiano Ronaldo

To reiterate, Portugal have the quality to win any tournament they go into. Although their recent form has been inconsistent, they have still scored 17 goals in their last 10 matches. This averages out at 1.7 goals per match.

In their World Cup qualifiers, Portugal scored 17 goals but finished with an average of 2.1 goals scored per match. This could indicate that the attack could be investable. They face Ghana in Matchday 1. Ghana may have improved their recent form but in their last African Cup of Nations finals they failed to win a single game and conceded in each of their three matches played.

Cristiano Ronaldo has struggled to settle at Man United. Although that is the case, Ronaldo still managed a huge 18 goals and three assists in his first season back there. However, it is his international form that we should double down on.

In the 191 matches Ronaldo has played for his country, he scored a whopping 117 goals. In his recent Euros campaign, he scored five goals and created one assist. That meant he picked up six returns in four matches.

That top form didn’t end there. In Portugals World Cup qualifiers, Ronaldo returned six goals and one assist, leading to seven returns in his nine matches played. The 37-year-old also takes his teams penalties. This is another factor that fantasy managers should consider.

Ronaldo is the focal point of the Portugal attack and as many football fans know, can be greedy in front of goal. This a huge advantage for managers as one of the ways strikers can earn points is for having shots on target. Because of all of the factors above, Ronaldo takes his place amongst the top picks for Matchday 1.

Neymar

Brazil remain as one of the most talented nations in the world. Unbeaten in their last 10 matches, they have also scored a huge 24 goals. This averages out 2.4 goals scored per match. Their World Cup qualifiers campaign was also fantastic. Brazilian put away a whopping 40 goals. That averages out at 2.3 goals per match.

Brazil face Serbia in Matchday 1. Although seemingly strong, they still took recent losses to Norway, and Denmark. One of the best ways, if not the best, into the Brazil attack is Neymar. Neymar has reflected some of the best attacking output in Europe over the years.

For PSG this season, Neymar has already picked up 11 goals and nine assist. He totalled a massive 20 attacking returns in the 13 matches he did play. Neymar’s great form can also be reflected in his performances for Brazil.

In his 10 World Cup qualifiers, Neymar scored eight goals and created eight assists. This led to him picking up 16 attacking returns in the same period. In his last 10 matches for Brazil he racked up seven goals and six assists. Once again, Neymar is providing more goal contributions than matches played.

Neymar is £10.5m in the game. The Brazilian also takes his teams penalties which is an added appeal. For those reasons and the ones above, Neymar makes the top picks for Matchday 1.

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