We take a look at the players you should consider for your team
15th June: Ukraine v France 17:00 | England v Sweden 19:45
Goalkeeper – Hugo Lloris (France)
Andriy Shevchenko scored two goals in a superb opening night for Ukraine but the co-host nation only really looked dangerous for one ten minute period.
The French defence should be able to deal with Shevchenko and Andriy Voronin more effectively than the Swedes, while the fact that Andriy Yarmolenko was kept so quiet will hearten Laurent Blanc’s men further.
Hugo Lloris hesitated a little for England’s goal but is still worth his £8.5m price tag.
Defender – Joleon Lescott (England)
He proved his attacking threat when popping up to score England’s only goal against France and showed his defensive capability by largely keeping the dangerous Karim Benzema under wraps.
Joleon Lescott already has three fantasy football points under his belt and is a good bet to silence Zlatan Ibrahimovic and help his side keep a clean sheet on Friday.
At £8m, he’s certainly good value for money.
Midifelder – Yohan Cabaye (France)
The Newcastle midfielder impressed against England and came close to scoring from long range on more than one osscasion.
Expect his incisive passing and eye for goal to trouble a sometimes disorganised Ukrainian midfield.
At £9m, he’s worth including.
Midfielder - Kim Kallstrom (Sweden)
One of Sweden's few bright spots on a poor night against Ukraine, Kim Kallstrom showed his creativity and picked up two fantasy football points for an assist despite poor individual performances around him.
With one or two questions still hanging over the fitness of England’s midfield, Kallstrom’s £8m price tag could be tremendous value.
Forward – Karim Benzema (France)
He barely threatening against England, but is sure to see more of the ball in this one.
Ukraine’s defence looked shaky against Sweden whenever it came up against speed, movement or strength so expect Karim Benzema to thrive.
£13.5m is expensive but will be money well spent.