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Tuesday, 2:00 p.m: Belgium v. France
Wednesday, 2:00 p.m: England v. Croatia
Harry Kane, ENG v. CRO ($13,000): Kane is mostly a GPP play, and that was seen last match after just three fantasy points from one chance created. Almost all of his fantasy points have come from goals in the World Cup, with six from six shots on target. England may be the biggest favorite and Kane has the best odds to score, but that didn't amount to much last slate. The chance for a brace is there, but with England poaching a lot of goals from set pieces, it's hard to trust him unless one of those set pieces is a penalty.
Antoine Griezmann, FRA v. BEL ($11,500): If you want to save money and use someone with a higher floor than Kane, Griezmann is the best option. While he's scored in three of five matches, he's been good for 10 fantasy points through chances created and shots on goal. For this slate, his goal-scoring odds aren't far off from Kane's, and it helps that he's on a good portion of set pieces for France. Griezmann makes more sense as a slight favorite than both goal-dependent forwards Kane and Romelu Lukaku ($11,000). He'll also likely be lesser owned because of his lower points average during the tournament.
Olivier Giroud, FRA v. BEL ($7,500): If you really want to save money at forward, Giroud has been the forgotten man of France's World Cup.