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Memphis Depay, NED v. AUT ($9,900): I backed Depay in the Netherlands' first game, and while he didn't live up to the price, he didn't completely bust, finishing with 10.4 floor points. He again has the best odds to score on the slate and takes all set pieces for Netherlands, which is something to spend up for in cash games. While the matchup is more difficult, I don't think Austria are good enough to where you need to fade their opponents, which is why Netherlands are the biggest favorite. Similar to that first game, Depay can be stacked with Wout Weghorst ($8,500), though you'd likely need multiple goals from Netherlands for that to work. The bigger question may be Romelu Lukaku ($9,900) versus Depay, as they're most likely to score on the slate. The difference for Lukaku is that most of his fantasy value is attached to goals and Denmark aren't the same walkover defensively as Russia. Even if Lukaku scores, there's a chance he doesn't do anything else and only finishes around 14 or 15 points, something that doesn't separate him. Even against Russia, Lukaku had just three shots, so it'll be hard to spend on the goal-dependent forward in cash games.
Andriy Yarmolenko, UKR v. MKD ($7,400): Yarmolenko seems a