Kevin De Bruyne (Belgium) – €10.0m – Okay, this one is an obvious one but as you have followed our advice and bagged some bargains, you can afford to have a splurge on De Bruyne. The Belgian has been in red-hot form for Manchester City this season and despite being in the group of death with Italy, Republic of Ireland and Sweden, his goals should see his side through. Anthony Martial (France) – €9.0m – Martial is not a certain starter for the hosts but, crucially, he is listed as midfielder on the Euro 2016 fantasy football website. That means he will score more for the goals he will inevitably get as he forms a formidable front three for the French. 5 5 5 5 Krzysztof Maczynski (Poland) – €5.5m – With Robert Lewandowski ahead of him, Maczynski should find himself picking up a few assists during his time in France. Poland should qualify with ease from their group and will be fired up for the huge clash with Germany. Ivan Perisic (Croatia) – €7.5m – Click the arrow, right, to see some more midfield fantasy football tips – Perisic bagged six goals during qualifying and will get chances to add to that after Croatia were grouped with Czech Republic, Spain and Turkey. The Inter Milan winger will get forward often and has a good supply line with Ivan Rakitic and Luka Modric behind him. Fantasy football is back for Euro 2016 and now it is time to assess the best midfield options as you continue to fill up your squad.With the midfielders, it is important to get a few big names in there who will guarantee points but there are also a few gems which go unnoticed from the lesser known countries.EURO 2016 FANTASY FOOTBALL: FIVE OF THE BEST DEFENDERS FOR YOUR TEAMLooking past the obvious selections such as Mesut Ozil and Andres Iniesta, talkSPORT have highlighted some of the best fantasy football midfielders.Click the arrow above, right, to see some of our tips for the best midfielders.We are using the official UEFA Euro 2016 fantasy football and you can pick your team here. 5 Selcuk Inan (Turkey) – €7.0m – Inan got three goals in qualifying for Turkey and, excluding Spain, he could add to that in a competitive Group D with tough but winnable games against Czech Republic and Croatia. If Turkey sneak through that group they could go on and do well and Inan will be key to that.