This article is part of our Euro 2016 series.
9:00 a.m: Italy v. Sweden
12:00 p.m: Czech Republic v. Croatia
3:00 p.m: Spain v. Turkey
EXPECTED CORNER TAKERS
Italy: Antonio Candreva
Sweden: Kim Kallstrom, Sebastian Larsson
Czech Republic: Ladislav Krejci, Tomas Rosicky
Croatia: Darijo Srna, Ivan Rakitic
Spain: Cesc Fabregas, Thiago Alcantara
Turkey: Caner Erkin, Hakan Calhanoglu
PLAYERS OF INTEREST
Gianluigi Buffon, ITA v. SWE: The ageless wonder has three of the best centerbacks in the world lining up in front of him, a unit that was so good that they shut out Belgium, a tournament favorite, in their opening match. The presence of Zlatan Ibrahimovic can certainly cause you to pause, but it shouldn't be enough to pass on the Juventus legend.
Darijo Srna, CRO v. CZE: The price on DraftKings ($6,500) looks absurd for a defender, but Srna has the upside of a midfielder, as he takes corners and crosses a ton from open play. There may not be a more reliable double-digit fantasy-point player on the slate.
Caner Erkin, TUR v. SPA: Erkin opened the tournament with six crosses, one shot (on goal), one foul, one tackle and two interceptions against Croatia, and while Friday's opponent is certainly tougher, Erkin is on the ball enough that one of his crosses could turn into an assist.
Martin Olsson, SWE v. ITA: With Ibrahimovic in the box, Olsson sent in eight crosses against Ireland earlier this week, and with Sweden needing to attack