This article is part of our Daily Fantasy Soccer Cheat Sheet series.
Sunday's two-game slate is fairly similar to what we had Saturday, with England a big -800 favorite on FanDuel Sportsbook to beat Cameroon (+1700 to win), whereas France is -240 to win against Brazil (+700). Not that a match with a -240 favorite is expected to be close, but Brazil has played well enough recently where there might be money on their side. Either way, we'll probably see more England stacks like we saw with Germany on Saturday when they faced Nigeria.
Not only is the England v. Cameroon match -205 for more than 2.5 goals, it's also expected to be one sided, with the odds at -176 for only one team scoring. Meanwhile, the France v. Brazil game is only -128 for more than 2.5 goals. Ellen White has been the most consistent goal scorer for England, as she has three goals on eight shots (six on target) in two starts, including a brace against Japan in their final group stage match, and her excellent play has landed her as the most expensive player on DraftKings ($11,400) and FanDuel ($22). Additionally, her -135 odds to score (57.45 percent) are the best on the slate, followed by teammate Nikita Parris at -125 and Jodie Taylor at -120. Parris is the more well-rounded fantasy producer because she sends in crosses and creates chances in addition to her shots, though she also missed a penalty earlier in the tournament. Set pieces have been pretty inconsistent as well, with Toni Duggan and Georgia