We take a look at the players you should consider for your team
Wednesday 13th June: Denmark v Portugal 17:00 | Holland v Germany 19:45
Defender - Mats Hummels (Germany)
Mats Hummels was a rock at the back for Germany against Portugal, securing three fantasy football points and his place in the side against a misfiring Dutch attack on Wednesday.
Holland will be after a much-needed victory but Hummels, £9.5m on Fantasy League Classic, and his men have already shown that they can handle some of the most dynamic forwards in world football.
Midfielder – Wesley Sneijder (Netherlands)
The Netherlands missed a host of chances against Denmark, but not because Wesley Sneijder didn’t create anything.
The Oranje’s best player in that game will be hoping that his forwards perform better against Germany.
The opposition will be tough to break down, but the £12.5m Inter Milan midfielder is the man to do it.
Midfielder - Raul Meireles (Portugal)
Raul Meireles may not seem an obvious fantasy football pick.
However, despite his reluctance to get forward against Germany, he dictated the pace of the game as much as anyone.
Importantly, Portugal need a win against Denmark so you can expect him to push on into areas where Chelsea fans already know how dangerous he can be.
£10m represents good value against more celebrated teammates Nani and Ronaldo.
Forward - Michael Krohn-Dehli (Denmark)
The Denmark wide-man is perhaps the surprise package of the tournament so far.
Against the much-fancied Dutch, Michael Krohn-Dehli was efficient in possession and tested the keeper with all three of his attempts on target, earning three fantasy football points for his well-taken goal.
Portugal will be going for a win so expect a counter-attacking mentality from the Danes.
With a price tag of only £9.5m, Krohn-Dehli will be central to making this tactic work.
Forward - Thomas Muller (Germany)
At just 22-years-old, Thomas Muller is already one of the most feared forwards in the world.
Impressive if not outstanding against Portugal, he’ll be the one looking to hurt the Netherlands on the counter-attack with his impressive speed and ruthless finishing.
None of the German forwards are cheap, but the 2010 World Cup Golden Boot winner is better value than either Miroslav Klose or Mario Gomez at just £13m.