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irb.com     06 Feb 2014     Getty Images

Two of the seven were named in the USA Sevens Dream Team, namely forwards Scott Curry and Chris Dry, while three of the players all return from injury much to the advantage of their countries.

At each of the nine rounds this season we are giving fans the chance to vote on who they think deserves to be named in the Dream Team and all fans have to do is use #7sDreamTeam on Twitter to vote for their seven this weekend. Could any of these players be in it come the end of the Wellington Sevens?

Scott Curry, New Zealand: Now one of the first names on Gordon Tietjens' team sheet Curry has come back from injury stronger than ever this season and has been firing on all cylinders up front for the reigning Series champions. Curry is having his best season by a country mile, and is New Zealand's fourth highest try scorer for the season with 11, behind only Tim Mikkelson, Ambrose Curtis and Joe Webber. With two nominations in four rounds for the Dream Team, Curry may well be saving his finest tournament of the season for home soil.

Ben Lam, New Zealand: 22 tries last season, Lam is set to make his first start of the season on home soil. The big powerful Lam will be relishing the opportunity to help his side regain the lead at the top of the standings, and with Tomasi Cama also returning to the side, Lam will see enough of the ball that defenders will already be wondering how to stop the Kiwi.

To see the rest of the 'potential Super Seven', visit the IRB here.