This article is part of our Daily Fantasy Soccer Cheat Sheet series.
Two of the biggest GPPs in fantasy soccer are being offered Sunday, with both DraftKings and FanDuel posting $12-entry tournaments with $111,000 and $100,000 guaranteed, respectively. Some of the biggest payouts in DFS soccer will also occur, with the top prize on DraftKings sitting at $25,000, while FanDuel will be paying $20,000 to the first place entry(ies). (and if you're curious, eighth place pays $700 and $500, respectively.) The matchup between the United States and the Netherlands in the World Cup final is highly anticipated, though the oddsmakers have a firm favorite going in.
Despite winning all six matches leading up to the final, outscoring their opponents 11-3, including shutouts in each of their last two, the Netherlands are +700 underdogs on FanDuel Sportsbook to win in regular time and +400 to win the tournament. Meanwhile, the United States are -240 to win in 90 minutes but -600 to win in either extra time or penalties. Goals are expected, though not a lot of them, with the over 2.5 sitting at -118 and the under is -106. Additionally, the odds of both teams scoring are -106 versus -132 for only one team to find the back of the net.
To simplify things, here's a breakdown of the players' salaries, positions, average points scored and anytime goal scorer odds (each column is sortable):