Contrary to pretty much every World Cup tournament in recent history, which have taken place during the months of June and July, this year's Finals will kick off right in the middle of the Premier League season in a bid to avoid the sweltering summer temperatures in host-nation Qatar. In the past, international tournaments (like the Euros and AFCON) have put some managers off of drafting its participants as early as they might have if the competitions didn't take place, for fear that missing matches or fatigue could negatively impact their fantasy performances. But is there any validity to that fear, and should it be taken into account for the World Cup this season? Let’s look at the specifics of the upcoming tournament and what you should consider as you prepare for your draft. Click here for details on how you can access our 22/23 Draft Kit.