We take a look at the players you should consider for your team
Defender - Joleon Lescott (England)
Joleon Lescott remains England's best value-for-money player at Euro 2012.
He's scored five fantasy football points in three games, while his £8m Fantasy League Classic price tag is as cheap as you'll find for a defender of his ability.
He's proven how dangerous he can be from attacking set-pieces and, if England manage to stay focused from dead ball situations at the other end, there's every chance he could add more points to his tally on Sunday.
Midfielder - Claudio Marchisio (Italy)
Claudio Marchisio (£9.5m) is yet to score any fantasy football points at the Euros but looked threatening throughout the group games.
Andrea Pirlo has thus far been Italy's outstanding playmaker, but his younger Juventus team-mate also has the ability to change the game with one pass.
If England devote too much of their attention to Pirlo, Marchisio could find himself with the space to make some headlines of his own.
Midfielder - James Milner (England)
James Milner has endured a quiet start to Euro 2012.
However, he'll be up against a suspect left-back in the form of Federico Balzaretti so the quarter-finals could be his time to shine.
If Andy Carroll starts as is widely being touted, expect England to pursue a policy of trying to hit the big man with as many crosses as possible.
An £8.5m move for Milner could be a very astute piece of business.
Forward - Wayne Rooney (England)
Wayne Rooney was rusty against Ukraine but still managed to score despite the cobwebs.
We know he'll come out raring to go against the Italians and, if he manages to find the form to match his passion, he could well prove unstoppable.
With Giorgio Chiellini missing at the back for the Azzurri, you wouldn't bet against the £13m forward getting himself in some dangerous goalscoring positions.
Forward - Antonio Cassano (Italy)
If England's habit of going to sleep at set-pieces continues against Italy, you can expect Antonio Cassano to take full advantage.
He scored from a corner against Ireland and generally looks very sharp in and around the box.
For £10.5m, he could be the man to break English hearts.