This article is part of our DraftKings Fantasy Soccer series.
Tuesday's epic Danish SuperLiga matchup gives us fifth-placed Brondby IF (-139 on DraftKings Sportsbook) against 11th-placed SonderjyskE (+350). The home side comes in as the second-highest scoring team in the league, finding the back of the net 44 times in 24 matches, though they've allowed 34. Meanwhile, SonderjyskE have struggled in attack, scoring just 29 times while allowing 41 (the fourth-most in the league) in their 24 games. Despite a clear favorite, goals aren't really expected, with the over 2.5 goals sitting at +220 versus -305 for the under, unsurprisingly favoring Brondby, who is -150 to score more than 1.5 goals while SonderjyskE is +215 for the same.
Those who spent time combing through FBRef.com will quickly notice that some key players on the stat table are missing from the DraftKings player pool, including Brondby's leading goal scorer Kamil Wilczek, who signed with Goztepe of the Turkish Super Lig in January, and leading crosser Dominik Kaiser, who signed with 2.Bundesliga side Hannover 96 that same month. Additionally, SonderjyskE's second-leading crosser, Marco Rojas, now plays for Melbourne Victory in Australia. But that won't get us down ahead of a match between two teams that don't really shoot much, don't send in a plethora of crosses nor score a ton of goals!
Samuel Mraz ($11,200) is the most expensive player on the slate after scoring four goals in six starts this season, including a goal in two of his past three games. Granted, these games were back in February and March, but