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Sasa Kalajdzic, AUT v. MKD ($6,900): It's rare when a three-game slate features three teams that have almost identical odds to win. Nothing separates Netherlands, England and Austria from each other, which means there should be a decent variety in lineups. Instead of touting either Memphis Depay ($11,600) or Harry Kane ($10,600), I'm going with the forward who has the third-best odds to score. Kalajdzic isn't as big of a name, but he notched 16 goals and five assists with Stuttgart this past campaign. He's expected to lead the Austrian attack against maybe the weakest team of Sunday's games. Similar to Kane, he doesn't have much of a floor, but he's not nearly as expensive, so you don't need a goal from him to have success, as a few shots could be enough to hit value. Of course, there is downside when going against the best goalscorers because if Kane bags a brace in that opening match, you'll need something from Kalajdzic.
Memphis Depay, NED v. UKN ($11,600): I thought I'd find someone else to write about, but after staring at the forward list for a couple hours, Depay kind of makes sense in cash games even with the price. There isn't anyone else that stands out unless you're heavy on England. You could back Andrej Kramaric ($7,800), but even then he's expensive for an underdog. Christopher Trimmel ($7,400)