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- 12:00 pm: Slovakia vs. Spain
- 12:00 pm: Sweden vs. Poland
- 3:00 pm: Germany vs. Hungary
- 3:00 pm: Portugal vs. France
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Gerard Moreno, ESP v. SVK ($8,700): Without Thomas Muller in the squad, I don't think anyone for Germany stands out, even though they have the highest-implied goal total. Serge Gnabry ($7,600) is fairly cheap given his goal odds, but similar to Kai Havertz ($7,000) and Leroy Sane ($7,800) or anyone who starts, none are consistent enough to consider in cash games. Instead, I'm turning to Moreno, who could be popular after his recent start. In just 68 minutes against Poland, he assisted to go with four shots and four crosses, including a missed penalty. I think the bigger thing is that he showed more of a floor than teammate Alvaro Morata ($8,400) because he actually sent in crosses from the wing, a position he rarely plays for his club team. Not playing a full 90 hurts, but Spain are once again expected to control possession and rack up chances. Even if they have three expected goals and don't score, Moreno should still have enough shots and shots assisted to hit a floor near 10 points. Otherwise, everyone else is mostly GPP unless you go with Antoine Griezmann ($9,400), but his price has shot up and now he's not a guaranteed cash play in a tougher matchup. He makes sense as France's