This article is part of our Daily Fantasy Soccer Cheat Sheet series.
Sunday's two-game slate includes two absolutely massive favorites, and if you're sitting there thinking "well, of course, the United States is playing," just know that, yes, they are huge favorites, but they aren't the biggest.
Sweden get that tag Sunday, as they are -10,000 to win against Thailand on DraftKings Sportsbook, who famously lost 13-0 to the United States earlier this week, while the Americans are "only" -5,000 against Chile. Sweden is also expected to score quite a bit, as the over 5.5 goals is -125, while the same total for the U.S. v. Chile match is +150. Given their situation, plus how bad they were in the first match, it's really tough to justify taking anyone from Thailand in cash games or GPPs on DraftKings. Sunisa Srangthaisong was their highest-scoring player on DraftKings, hitting 6.50 thanks to four tackles won, three interceptions and one foul drawn, while no other player eclipsed 4.00; oh, and their goalkeeper finished at minus-11.00 despite making seven saves. FanDuel was a different story, as Srangthaisong produced an excellent 23.40 while Natthakarn Chinwong ended on 28.60 thanks, in part, to 15 clearances and three blocked shots. Fellow defenders Ainon Phancha, who actually lined up in midfield, and Warunee Phetwiset both nearly hit 16.00, and at $10 on Sunday's slate, they should be viable again. Even if you tried to figure out who takes their set pieces, they didn't win a single corner against the U.S. and they were outshot 40 to two. If you're