This article is part of our Euro 2016 series.
9:00 a.m: England v. Wales
12:00 p.m: Ukraine v. Northern Ireland
3:00 p.m: Germany v. Poland
EXPECTED CORNER TAKERS
Wayne Hennessey/Danny Ward, WAL v. ENG: Any of the three favored keepers are solid picks, but if you're looking to save, whoever starts in goal for Wales looks to be a decent bet against an England side that just can't seem to put it together in big spots. There will likely be plenty of save opportunities, which could make up for the lack of clean sheet.
Artur Jedrzejczyk, POL v. GERM: Jedrzejczyk was the highest-crossing defender during the opening matches of the six teams playing Wednesday, though he finished with just six, adding one foul drawn and six interceptions. There aren't many high-impact defenders on the slate, but getting one that's active in the attack (even against a tough opponent) is worth considering.
Artem Fedetskiy, UKR v. NIR: While teammate Vyacheslav Shevchuk appeared to be quite active, including an impressive rocket shot that went just wide, Fedetskiy was still the more productive of the two, finishing with one cross, two fouls drawn, three tackles won and an interception. Shevchuk is a bit cheaper on DraftKings, but the production isn't as consistent.
Chris Baird, NIR v. UKR: If we can find many high-crossing defenders, then it's worth