Queen’s Cup Draw
The draw for the Queen’s Cup, which took place last night at Guards Polo Club, has separated the 10 22 goal teams in to 2 groups. With 4 of the seeded teams picked first followed by the remaining 6, the teams will play the qualifying stages against their groups and the qualifying teams will go on to play cross group in the finals stages.
Why is this important for Fantasy? It is key to look at Match Ups when picking your team. Check out who is playing who, the strong teams and the weaker ones and make sure you make your picks accordingly. If you think that a certain team will do particularly well in the group they are in and are more likely to go through to the finals stages, then they are a good pick for you. Don’t disregard the weaker teams as you will often find gems in there, but always bear in mind the opposition and look at what their point scoring opportunities are going to be.
La Indiana (22): Michael Bickford (1), Nic Roldan (7), Agustín Merlos (8) & Luke Tomlinson (6)
Talandracas (22): Edouard Carmignac (0), Guillermo “Sapo” Caset (9), David “Pelon” Stirling (10) & Jack Hyde (3)
Sommelier (22): George Hanbury (3), Juan Gris Zavaleta (7), Fred Mannix Jr (8) & Alec White (4)
El Remanso (21): Charlie Hanbury (4), Oliver Cudmore (5), James Beim (6) & James Harper (6)
Monterosso (22): Alessandro Bazzoni (1), Ignacio Toccalino (8), Santiago Toccalino (8) & Matt Perry (5)
RH Polo (22): Ben Soleimani (0), Tommy Beresford (4), Adolfo Cambiaso (10) & Rodrigo Andrade (8)
King Power Foxes (22): Aiyawatt “Top” Srivaddhanaprabha (1), TBA (1), Gonzalo Pieres (10) & Facundo Pieres (10)
La Bamba De Areco (22): Jean Francois Decaux (0), Diego Cavanagh (8), Christian “Magoo” Laprida (8) & Rodrigo Rueda (6)
Sifani (21): Hilali Noordeen (0), Jeronimo del Carril (6), Julián de Lusarreta (7) & Guillermo Terrera (8)
Murus Sanctus (22): Corinne Ricard (0), Hilario Ulloa (10), Facundo Sola (8) & Dirk Van Reenen (4)
The full list of fixtures will be available soon so keep an eye on our Fixtures page.
Ph: Gillian Hughes