This article is part of our Euro 2016 series.
Saturday, 3:00 p.m: Germany v. Italy
Sunday, 3:00 p.m: France v. Iceland
EXPECTED CORNER TAKERS
Manuel Neuer, GER v. ITA: Neuer has yet to allow a goal during the tournament, and while Gianluigi Buffon hasn't either (Salvatore Sirigu gave up the lone goal), it's tough to expect Italy to beat Germany. Hugo Lloris is understandably the most expensive option, but Germany are enough of a favorite to believe Neuer should get the win bonus.
Georgio Chiellini, ITA v. GER: It's highly unlikely that Chiellini scores for the second consecutive game, but this match figures to be very tight due to two solid defenses, and it's entirely possible that it could be 0-0 after 90 minutes, giving Chiellini a three-point bonus in addition to whatever peripheral stats he accumulates.
Jonas Hector, GER v. ITA: The Italy defense has been excellent this tournament, but Hector has been a fine attacking threat, sending in 23 crosses in the last three games. In fact, he's reached double-digit fantasy points in three straight games despite no goals or assists.
Laurent Koscielny, FRA v. ICE: Koscielny isn't going to wow anyone with his fantasy production, but he gets a decent amount of peripheral stats and has a good shot at the three-point clean sheet bonus, plus solid salary savings.
Dimitri Payet, FRA v. ICE: Iceland's run to the