This article is part of our Euro 2016 series.
9:00 a.m: Albania v. Switzerland
12:00 p.m: Wales v. Slovakia
3:00 p.m: England v. Russia
EXPECTED CORNER TAKERS
Albania: Ermir Lenjani, Ledian Memushaj
Switzerland: Xherdan Shaqiri, Ricardo Rodriguez
Wales: Aaron Ramsey
Slovakia: Vladimir Weiss, Robert Mak
England: Wayne Rooney, James Milner
Russia: Oleg Shatov, Dmitry Kombarov
Jamie Vardy, ENG vs. RUS ($9,000): With the hype around Vardy at the moment, it is hard to see him not earning a share of the starting XI. England should be able to handle Russia and Vardy serves essentially the same purpose as Harry Kane, except at a greatly discounted price. There is a bit more room to breathe with lineup construction Saturday, but if I had to pick an England forward I would take Vardy and the extra savings. Full disclosure: I will be making multiple lineups, some with Kane, some with Vardy; I recommend GPP players do the same.
Artem Dzyuba, RUS vs. ENG ($8,200): Once you leave Great Britain, the quality up front from a fantasy point starts to nosedive quickly. Dzyuba is a great mid-point between the high prices of Kane and Gareth Bale and the unreliable dart throws of Admir Mehmedi and Sokol Cikalleshi. Dzyuba has been very productive for Zenit, and while he hasn't lit the world on fire in qualifiers and tune-ups, Russia should be playing one fewer attacker up front and giving more of the attacking responsibility to Dzyuba.