Daily Fantasy Football Tips – Tuesday 21st June

The UEFA European Championships continue today with two matches from Group C and two from Group D.

  • Northern Ireland vs Germany
  • Ukraine vs Poland
  • Croatia vs Spain
  • Czech Republic vs Turkey

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Goalkeeper Manuel Neuer Germany £9.6m
Defender Roman Hubnik Czech Rep £5.8m
Defender Pavel Kaderabek Czech Rep £5.5m
Defender Artem Fedetski Ukraine £7.7m
Midfielder Andres Iniesta Spain £10.8m
Midfielder Toni Kroos Germany £11.3m
Midfielder Mesut Ozil Germany £12.3m
Midfielder Sergio Busquets Spain £9.3m
Forward Sami Khedira Germany £9.1m
Forward Alvaro Morata Spain £7.3m
Forward Nolito Spain £9.3m


Goalkeeper Player Team Salary

Northern Ireland vs Germany Preview

Northern Ireland gave themselves a chance of progressing to the next stage with a fine 2-0 win over Ukraine and that was a result we didn’t expect after the first set of games. Germany will be tougher prospect though and the Germans will want to win after a lacklustre 0-0 draw against the Poles so we fear this might be the last game for the Irish.

  Form All Games Last 5  Average Goals Scored  Average Goals Conceded
N. Ireland WLDWW 1 0.5
Germany  DWWLW 1 0



We have to go for the Germans here who will be going all out for the win – pick players from any position but avoid the Irish.

Ukraine vs Poland Preview

Despite two defeats, Ukraine still have a chance of qualifying through the ranking of third-placed teams but they haven’t offered any evidence so far that they are capable of this after defeats by Germany and Northern Ireland. Poland have played solid games against Germany & NI and find themselves on four points, probably guaranteed progression as long as Germany beat NI.

  Form All Games Last 5  Average Goals Scored  Average Goals Conceded
Ukraine LLWWW 0 2
Poland DWDLW 0.5 0



This has ‘draw’ written all over it as far as we’re concerned, either 0-0 or 1-1 so go for defensive players from either side.

Croatia vs Spain Preview

Spain are safely through to the knockout stages after two impressive wins, four goals scored and none conceded; Croatia need a draw to make sure of their progress but this looks like a tough fixture in which to get it. The Croatians were clearly unnerved by their fans’ behaviour in their 2-2 draw against the Czech Republic and need to pull themselves together here; their best hope might be that the Spanish will rest one or two players – particularly Andres Iniesta who may need a rest at 32 years old.

  Form All Games Last 5  Average Goals Scored  Average Goals Conceded
Croatia  DWWWD 1.5 1
Spain  WWLWW 2 0



Make your selections at the last minute to take account of any changes to the Spanish team but if they field a strong one then go for as many Spaniards as possible.

Czech Republic vs Turkey Preview

Both of these teams can still qualify for the next stage but they both need a win and from what we’ve seen it’s the Czech Republic which will be better placed and who could actually grab second place if Croatia are beaten by Spain. An extremely lacklustre performance against Croatia was transformed late in the game and the Czechs grabbed a 2-2 draw – they should be too good for a Turkish side who have no points, no goals and four conceded.

  Form All Games Last 5  Average Goals Scored  Average Goals Conceded
Czech Rep. DLLWW 1 1.5
Turkey LLWWL 0 2



Go for Czech players form all positions and avoid the Turks.

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