This article is part of our Daily Fantasy Soccer Cheat Sheet series.
While we still have classic two-game slates on DraftKings and FanDuel for Monday's Women's World Cup action, there will likely be more focus on the United States v. Spain match because of $20,000 GPPs on both sites, with the former requiring a $10 entry and the latter $9.
That match kicks off the day at 12:00 p.m. EDT, and unsurprisingly the Americans are favored, with their win odds sitting at -310 on FanDuel Sportsbook as of Sunday evening. Spain, meanwhile, are +800 to win after beating South Africa 3-1, losing to Germany 1-0 and finishing the group stage with a scoreless draw against China. The U.S. comes in having scored multiple goals in each of their three group stage games, a 13-0 win over Thailand, a 3-0 win over Chile and a 2-0 victory over Sweden, who is a +230 underdog against Canada (+140) in the second match of the day. The biggest difficulty with getting value out of the Americans is that so many players are producing that targeting just a few means you're going to end up missing out on someone. Here's the goal breakdown we've seen so far (* indicates substitute):
|Thailand||Alex Morgan||Kelley O'Hara||12|
|Thailand||Rose Lavelle||Alex Morgan||20|
|Thailand||Lindsey Horan||Samantha Mewis||32|
|Thailand||Samantha Mewis||Megan Rapinoe||50|
|Thailand||Rose Lavelle||Samantha Mewis||56|
|Thailand||Alex Morgan||Christen Press*||74|