We take a look at the players you should consider for your team
Sunday 10th June: Spain v Italy 17:00 | Ireland v Croatia 19:45
Goalkeeper – Iker Casillas (Spain)
Italy have threats in the form of Mario Balotelli and Andrea Pirlo but even if Spain need to form a makeshift defence due to Alvaro Arbeloa’s unlikely inclusion, Iker Casillas looks like a good bet to keep a clean sheet.
Spain only let in six during qualifying and at £9.5m on Fantasy League Classic, Casillas is also a long term investment for the tournament.
Midfielder – Luka Modric (Croatia)
At only £9m, Luka Modric is a fantasy football bargain.
He’ll be aiming to unpick a tightknit Irish defensive unit but, as he’s consistently proven with Tottenham, there are few others with the flair and vision of the Croatian maestro.
Forward – David Silva (Spain)
David Silva cemented his place in the national side following Spain’s victorious 2010 World Cup campaign.
He’s now scored 15 goals for his country and will be looking to set up plenty more throughout the Euros.
At £11.5m, he’s considerably cheaper than some of his celebrated team-mates but just as threatening.
Forward – Robbie Keane (Republic of Ireland)
Ireland’s most expensive player by a distance but still good value at £10.5m when compared to other forwards, Robbie Keane has a formidable international record of 53 goals in 115 games.
Up against a Croatian defence that looks shaky at times, the talismanic forward knows this will be his side’s best chance of three points so will be eager for goals.
Forward – Nikica Jelavic (Croatia)
Following his January move to Everton, Jelavic has taken the Premier League by storm, scoring 9 goals in 10 appearances to register 27 fantasy football points.
With a tempting price tag of £10m, he’ll be expected to carry this form onto the continental stage and take advantage of a sometimes vulnerable Irish defence.