Thomas Muller – vs Hungary, €9m
Defeat to France in their first game has left Germany needing to finish Group F strongly. Muller has been largely overlooked by Euros fantasy managers but has a track record of delivering a big moments and goal difference could be crucial.
Breel Embolo – vs Turkey, €8m
There’s a lot on the line in Switzerland’s meeting with Turkey, and given how poor the Turks have looked, Embolo could profit. Xherdan Shaqiri’s set-piece duties also make him a shrewd pick against a defence that has failed to live up to its billing.
Thomas Meunier – vs Finland, €5.5m
Belgium have qualified and are likely to rotate for their final group stage outing, making someone like Kevin De Bruyne a risky choice. Meunier should keep his place at right-back, given Timothy Castagne’s injury, and offers plenty of attacking threat.
Denzel Dumfries – vs North Macedonia, €5.5m
Dumfries has put in two promising attacking performances from full-back, scoring twice, and though rotation is a concern, Frank de Boer seems to want to maintain momentum. North Macedonia only have pride to play for.
Jack Grealish – vs Czech Republic, €7.5m
England’s draw with Scotland means that there may be less rotation than expected as qualification is not secured, but Gareth Southgate will still hope to rest a couple of players at least. Grealish could benefit in that regard.
Ferran Torres – vs Slovakia, €8m
Spain haven’t played their second game at the time of writing, so predicting who plays the third is difficult, but Torres is a favourite of Luis Enrique, has looked threatening and should trouble an average Slovakia side. The usual caveats about rotation apply, mind.