This article is part of our Euro 2016 series.
12:00 p.m: Ukraine v. Poland
12:00 p.m: Northern Ireland v. Germany
3:00 p.m: Czech Republic v. Turkey
3:00 p.m: Croatia v. Spain
EXPECTED CORNER TAKERS
Ukraine: Yevhen Konoplyanka
Poland: Arkadiusz Milik, Jackub Blaszczykowski
Northern Ireland: Jamie Ward, Oliver Norwood
Germany: Toni Kroos
Czech Republic: Ladislav Krejci, Vladimir Darida
Turkey: Selcuk Inan, Caner Erkin
Croatia: Darijo Srna, Ivan Rakitic
Spain: David Silva, Thiago Alcantara, Nolito
Iker Casillas, SPA v. CRO: There is talk that Spain could see some heavy squad rotation given that they only need a draw to finish first in the group, and one name being bandied about is Casillas, who is coming off a terrible season for Porto. Frankly, his best days are well behind him, but if he starts for Spain in place of David De Gea, he makes for a tremendous salary savings.
Petr Cech, CZE v. TUR: If De Gea does start, fantasy players can fall back on Cech, who is cheaper than the other favored starting keepers on the slate and gets to face a Turkey side that is goalless through their first two matches.
Caner Erkin, TUR v. CZE: With a number of attractive attacking options in the upper-tier of pricing, finding a decent defedner at an affordable price is key. Erkin fits the mold, as he's sent in 13 crosses in the last two games and now faces a Czech side that has