Belgium and England could put out heavily rotated sides for Saturday's third-place game, but there shouldn't be many surprises for Sunday's final between Croatia and France.
The World Cup semi-final matches are unsurprisingly expected to be close, with England and France coming in as the two favored sides.
Russia will take on a very tough Croatia side Saturday, but it'll be preceded by England trying to get beyond Sweden and into the semi-final.
Brazil and Belgium will battle it out for a chance in the World Cup semi-final, though fantasy players shouldn't ignore the Uruguay-France match.
Colombia and England headline Tuesday's two-game daily fantasy World Cup slate, but there could be plenty of fantasy points in the Sweden-Switzerland match.
Brazil and Belgium highlight Monday's two-game slate, though one of them is likely to have a much tougher time reaching the quarterfinal.
Spain are the biggest favorite on Sunday's two-game slate, but playing the host nation is always a tough matchup.
The round of 16 kicks off Saturday with two massive games that will force fantasy players to decide whether or not to pay up for Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo...or neither of them.
England and Belgium will face off to decide who wins Group G, while three teams in Group H can still qualify for the round of 16.
Germany are the biggest favorites on Wednesday's four-game slate, but fantasy players will still have to figure out whether or not to roster Brazil's Neymar.
Lionel Messi will try to clinch Argentina's spot in the knockout round by beating Nigeria on Tuesday, and the oddsmakers are giving him a good chance to find the back of the net.
The third round of fixtures begins Monday, with Spain and Portugal still not guaranteed a spot in the knockout rounds.
England are the heavy favorites on Sunday's three-game slate, but fantasy players may have a tough time fitting all the England attackers in their lineups.
Germany will look to bounce back from their opening loss when they take on Sweden, but fantasy players will likely be focusing on Belgium against Tunisia on Saturday.
Despite Neymar's questionable status to play, Brazil are heavy favorites against Costa Rica on Thursday, with the other two games expected to be very close.
France and Argentina highlight Thursday's three-game slate, but fantasy players may want to get some exposure to the opening match of the day.
Wednesday's slate includes Spain, Uruguay and Portugal, each of whom are overwhelming favorites, which means fantasy players will have to make some very tough choices.
The four teams in Group H will finally make their World Cup debuts Tuesday, while Russia and Egypt will battle it out for second place in Group A.
Belgium and England are the big favorites on Monday's three-game slate, though only one of them is expected to score a lot of goals.
Brazil are the biggest favorites on Sunday's three-game slates, but Germany's match against Mexico will certainly draw some eyeballs from fantasy players.
Lionel Messi headlines Saturday's four-game World Cup slate, but fantasy players will have to sacrifice elsewhere to pay up for the Argentina superstar.
Friday's three-game slate is highlighted by Spain v. Portugal, though fantasy players may want to focus on the two earlier games for their points.
Russia and Saudi Arabia will open the World Cup on Thursday, with the host nation being gifted one of the easiest matchups of the tournament.
Group H could be the most tightly contested of the eight World Cup groups, but none of Colombia, Japan, Poland and Senegal have realistic shots to win the entire tournament.
Belgium and England boast two of the best attacking teams in the World Cup, but can fantasy players find production on the rosters of Tunisia and Panama?
Germany, one of the favorites to win the World Cup, are expected to easily top Group F, but the battle for second place could be tight.
RotoWire's Adam Zdroik breaks down the eight probable group winners and explains which teams could surprisingly make some noise at the World Cup.
Brazil are the dominant favorites to win Group E, but Serbia, Switzerland and Costa Rica will have to really battle it out for the second ticket to the knockout rounds.
Brazil, Germany, Spain and France have the best odds to win the 2018 World Cup, which puts a lot of their players at the top of Andrew Laird's rankings.
Lionel Messi highlights the action in Group D, which could be the toughest four-team set from top to bottom.