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Lorenzo Insigne, ITA v. SUI ($10,000): Domenico Berardi ($10,700) is again more expensive than Insigne despite the two having similar fantasy value, as they have a split role on sets and both are equally active in the attack. I'll save money on Insigne, who took three more corners in the first match and also added a goal. Ciro Immobile ($9,300) was the best of the trio, but all of his value is attached to scoring goals. Then again, he scored two in the opener, and there's a chance that happens again since Switzerland aren't rated that much better than Turkey. Either way, most will be on the Italian forwards after their dominance against Turkey, not only racking up opportunities but also controlling the ball. It'll be hard to completely fade them mainly because the other attacking options are mediocre, at best. There will always be Gareth Bale ($8,000) love, but as seen in that first game, if Wales don't get the ball, he's not going to get much done up front, with most of his fantasy value coming from score-sheet appearances.
Artem Dzyuba, RUS v. FIN ($7,400): It's possible Dzyuba is avoided by some after doing nothing in Russia's first game, but there's a wide difference between Belgium and Finland, and the teams