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England are a decent favorite Wednesday, which means their top guys are all pretty expensive. They have an implied goal total hovering above 1.50 goals, while Denmark are just below one.
A lot of people have complained about Gareth Southgate's lineups, but they haven't allowed a goal and are in the semi-finals. They didn't show a ton in the group stage, but they got the needed goals against Germany and took over the match early against Ukraine en route to four goals, two by Harry Kane.
Denmark have had the more exciting tournament, mainly because they lost their first two matches, the first being against Finland when Christian Eriksen went down. However, they figured things out and took hold of their last three games from a variety of standout performances. The difference between them and England is that they don't have a standout win like England's against Germany and they haven't been suffocating opponents. In the last game, Czech Republic had numerous chances to find an equalizer (in addition to winning the possession battle), but they never got it.
It's hard to suggest Harry Kane ($11,200) in cash games because it's unlikely he matches the four shots and two goals he had against Ukraine. The aim for him would be to repeat what Patrik Schick hit last match against Denmark, reaching 15 fantasy points with a goal and three