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Harry Kane, ENG v. CZE ($9,300): I wrote about Kane last match and was wrong. The good news is that he was massively used and disappointed everyone, so he won't be as popular Tuesday. Maybe. He took a price cut and has the best odds to score on the slate, so that has to mean something. On the downside, there's a chance neither England nor Czech Republic want to win this game because the winner of the group will face second place in Group F (one of Germany, France or Portugal) and second place will get second place in Group E (Sweden, Slovaki, Spain or Poland). Playing to lose isn't likely to be a strategy, especially with how England have looked through two matches. Still, Czech Republic would be fine finishing second, and since they're already on four points, they're almost guaranteed to advance. As for Kane, he has three shots through two matches, none on target. The only reason to consider him in cash games is because of his goal odds. The problem is that the other forwards on this two-game slate are all goal dependent, as well, including teammate Raheem Sterling ($7,800), who had a 1.8-point floor last match.
Lyndon Dykes, SCO v. CRO ($5,500): Croatia are slight favorites, but I don't trust any of