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8:00 a.m: Costa Rica v. Serbia
11:00 a.m: Germany v. Mexico
2:00 p.m: Brazil v. Switzerland
Neymar, BRZ v. SWI ($12,500): Similar to Cristiano Ronaldo on Friday's slate, it's going to be tough to steer clear of Neymar. He should see the majority of set-piece opportunities along with Philippe Coutinho ($10,500), and, of course, is Brazil's best player. Neymar and Gabriel Jesus ($11,000) have the best goal-scoring odds on the slate and are expected to torment the Swiss backline throughout Sunday's match. Neymar should play on the left wing, and Jesus makes for a decent pivot because he'll be playing up front.
Timo Werner, GER v. MEX ($11,000): After establishing himself in the Bundesliga for RB Leipzig with 34 goals over the past two seasons, the 22-year-old Werner is looking to take his game to a whole new level as Germany's leading attacker. He's surrounded by a team with immense talent and should have no shortage of service in front of net. Thomas Muller ($11,000) will be tough to ignore while building a lineup due to his history in international matches, but Werner's pace and goal-scoring ability make him the choice for me.
Hirving Lozano, MEX v. GER ($7,000): Similar to Werner, Lozano is one of the young players many people are expecting to have a breakout tournament. He lit the Dutch Eredivisie up for PSV Eindhoven last season, providing eight assists and scoring 17 goals in 29 games to help his club