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11:00 a.m: Japan v. Senegal
2:00 p.m: Poland v. Colombia
Robert Lewandowski, POL v. COL ($12,000): To no one's surprise, the most-expensive player on the slate also has the best goal scoring odds. He had a quiet performance against Senegal, taking just two shots and failing to create any real scoring opportunities, but I expect Poland to provide much better service than in Tuesday's loss. Lewandowski led Poland with 16 goals in qualifying and will need to find that form if they're are going to keep their World Cup hopes alive. Falcao ($11,000) is an alternative option for high-end strikers and could bounce back after he failed to see much of the ball while 10-men Columbia were forced to defend for 85 minutes against Japan.
Yuya Osako, JPN v. SEN ($9,000): Osako led all Group H players in shots (five) and shot on target (three) in the first set of matches while Japan upset 10-men Columbia. He also added a goal and two scoring chances created to put together an impressive 39.9 fantasy points. Osako's price won't allow much room for other high-priced players, but it's tough to argue with his early production.
M'Baye Niang, SEN v. JPN ($7,500): Niang's controversial heads-up play ended up being the difference in Tuesday's win over Poland as he raced from the sideline and rounded Wojciech Szczesny midway through the second half. He's expected to retain his role in the starting XI and will come much cheaper than