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EURO Fantasy Best Limitless Team for Matchday 6

We continue our coverage of the summer tournament. Here we build the EURO Fantasy best limitless team for Matchday 6. Using the Fantasy Football Scout members area we can use it’s underlying data to pick out the best players for the rounds ahead.

Taking a look at the EURO Fantasy best limitless team for Matchday 6 could be extremely important. The Limitless is one of two chips provided by the game, so making sure we use it correctly could mean a significant boost to both rank and mini-league position.

Best Limitless Team for Matchday 6

Goalkeepers

Unai Simon (€5.5m) has already shown his penalty saving ability. That trait will become extremely useful if the game goes to extra time so even if he fails to keep a clean sheet he could have player of the match potential if the game goes into a penalty shootout.

England have maintained some of the best defensive stats in the tournament so far so backing Jordan Pickford (€5m) could be wise. Pickford also has penalty saving experience which is huge benefit if the match goes all of the way.

Defence

The limitless is great for taking risks and Luke Shaw (€5m) could be one of them. Shaw played over 40 minutes of football in his last match which is an indicator he may well start in the round ahead. Shaw has proven assist potential for both club and country so could be a good inclusion.

Another risk Limitless users could take is backing Denzel Dumfries (€5.5m) over a ball recovery producing centre-back. If you made this move last week then you would have been rewarded and Dumfries has the attacking potential to make that happen again.

One more route to go different at the back is via Jesus Navas (€5m). Navas hit seven points in Matchday 3 in the absence of Dani Carvajal and he has the potential to repeat that with the latter suspended.

France have been exceptional defensively so doubling up at the back with Jules Kounde (€5m) and Theo Hernandez (€5.5m) could be wise. Even if the clean sheet isn’t there for them they have both ball recovery and offensive threat to make up for it.

Midfield

Spain continue to sustain better attacking data than any other side in the competition. Because of that bringing in their most explosive attackers makes sense. Dani Olmo (€7.5m) bagged a return in each of the last three of his matches where-as Nico Williams (€7m) hit three significant returns in his last four games.

Netherlands have been extremely inconsistent defensively which paints a target on their back from an attacking perspective. Jude Bellingham (€9.5m) remains England’s safest option for minutes and Bukayo Saka (€8.5m) found the net in his latest match and remains a huge threat in any given game.

France have a serious lack of midfield options so N’Golo Kante (€6m) could be a great addition. Kante has both ball recovery and player of the match potential and so has a much safer floor than most other midfielders in the game this week.

Forwards

Players with multiple routes to points are starting to dominate which is why Memphis Depay (€7.5m) could be a great addition. Not only has Depay scored and assisted in his current campaign but he also takes all corners and free-kicks which increases his chances of returning.

England have met their attacking potential and that is something every fan can agree on. However, if England start impressing offensively you can be sure that Bayern man Harry Kane (€11m) will be amongst the goals.

Another side who are yet to impress in attack are France. One thing that does separate France from their opposition is that they have the best attacker in the world at their disposal. Similar to Harry Kane Kylian Mbappe (€11m) leads his countries frontline and takes their penalties.


As well as our EURO Fantasy Best Limitless Team for Matchday 6 you can check out all of our other EURO Fantasy articles for the new round here!

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