Five must-haves for Round 2

FantasyRugbyScout on who you should select for your Super Rugby team this weekend.


Priced at a reasonable $11-million, Folau not only gives you the chance for an extra outside back, but he also scored eight tries last season for a sub-par Waratahs team. This year the Waratahs are hoping for a resurgence, starting with demolishing the Force this weekend and Folau will be the man putting the ball over the line. It's a wonder only 25% of managers own him.


The Cheetahs may have not got their first win in round one, but Le Roux impressed nonetheless, grabbing two assists and six of the new performance bonus points for a healthy tally of 24. Now owned by 62% of managers, you simply can't afford not to have him in case he showcases his magic.


With the Sharks aiming for their second competition win this weekend against the Hurricanes, Lambie's right boot should be seeing a lot of ball, and his try-scoring moment against the Bulls would have boosted his confidence to have a go himself.


Last season's top try-scorer has been largely ignored thus far, with only 10% of managers signing him up. If the teams are anything to go by, the game against the Highlanders this weekend should go the way of the Blues, and you can be sure Halai will be looking to get his 2014 try-scoring campaign off to a good start.


Take your pick, but the way the Sharks are playing right now it is advisable to invest in one of their outside backs. Ndungane scored last weekend, but Mvovo was devastating with his linebreaking runs and could find himself over the tryline this weekend.

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