We take a look at the players you should consider for your team
Goalkeeper - Vyacheslav Malafeev (Russia)
He’s let in two goals in two games but Vyacheslav Malafeev has looked ice cool and dominant between the sticks.
Valued at a reasonable £8m, expect the replacement Russian goalkeeper to get off the fantasy football mark with a clean sheet against Greece.
Midfielder - Alan Dzagoev (Russia)
You can't keep Alan Dzagoev out of the headlines.
The current joint top scorer of the competition with three goals, he's proven himself to be a real handful and always looks like he might trouble the keeper.
£9m for Dzagoev is turning out to be the bargain of the tournament and with a leaky Greek defence up next, we foresee him improving on the nine fantasy football points he's already notched up.
Midfielder - Ludovic Obraniak (Poland)
Ludovic Obraniak has been one of Poland's outstanding performers so far.
Comfortable in possession and dangerous over a dead ball, he'll be looking to build on the one assist he's already delivered when he meets a Czech defence that's decidedly shaky.
Even Petr Cech looked out of sorts against Greece, so watch out for the £8.5m Obraniak to take advantage.
Forward - Aleksandr Kerzhakov (Russia)
The £9.5m Aleksandr Kerzhakov has yet to really shine for the Russians.
His lack of clinical finishing thus far at the Euros is uncharacteristic for the man who scored 19 goals in 28 games for Zenit St. Petersburg last season.
However, the makeshift Greek defence should provide the ideal opportunity for Kerzhakov to get his confidence back up and build on the two fantasy football points he's so far tallied.
Forward - Milan Baros (Czech Republic)
Milan Baros is out to prove a lot of people wrong.
Booed before the last game and not yet off the mark, Baros will surely come out raring to go in the Czech Republic's all-important game against Poland.
He's £11m and it would be an almighty risk but adversity often brings out the best in top players.