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8:00 a.m: Belgium v. Tunisia
11:00 a.m: South Korea v. Mexico
2:00 p.m: Germany v. Sweden
Eden Hazard, BEL v. TUN ($10,300): Hazard picked up an assist in Belgium's opening match against Panama, finishing with 19.5 fantasy points in their 3-0 win. He isn't expected to take many set pieces, but his ability to fill the stat sheet with shots, shots on goal, fouls drawn and the occasional crosses give him a solid floor against a Tunisia side that will be better than what Belgium faced in their first game but still not up to their level. For those looking for Belgian upside, Romelu Lukaku ($10,700) and Dries Mertens ($9,600) fit the mold as both scored (Lukaku twice) against Panama.
Thomas Muller, GER v. SWE ($8,500): Muller's floor isn't as secure as some other players on his own team, but his forward eligibility could be vital on this slate because there aren't that many forward-eligible players who have good floors, unless you want to double-up on Belgium (and doing so could take you away from Kevin De Bruyne). Muller finished with only 5.75 fantasy points in Germany's surprising loss to Mexico in their first match, though he was more effective in showdown thanks to five chances created. Germany's set pieces aren't locked into any one player, so I'd rather take the guy who has the best floor from shots and crosses. Similar to Belgium, you can always target their center forward, Timo Werner ($8,200),