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Harry Kane, ENG v. SCO ($10,500): I'm usually in the fade-the-expensive-central-forward-with-no-floor camp, but this feels like a match Kane could bag a brace in, similar to Romelu Lukaku against Russia. I don't have a ton of faith in the Scotland back line after it allowed seven shots on target to Czech Republic last match, especially if Kieran Tierney isn't fit. Still, Kane is far from a reasonable cash play. As seen last match, he doesn't have much of a floor, and you're banking on a goal in order to hit value. It's a bad strategy in cash games, but maybe that last match will turn people off him? Even then, it's not like England's other forwards are better choices, no matter who starts. Raheem Sterling ($8,700) scored the lone goal last match, but I'm not putting money on that happening again. Even slate-breaker Patrik Schick ($8,000) will be hard to use in cash games because he's not going to get the same opportunities against Croatia. If you don't go Kane, you're either using another English player or hoping someone stands out in the Sweden and Slovakia game.
Alexander Isak, SWE v. SVK ($5,700): The bad part about Isak is that he could be too popular given his price and that his stock