Ben Davies (Wales) – €5.0m – Only three (England, Spain, Romania) teams conceded fewer goals than Wales four in Euro 2016 qualifying, and two of those were in the penultimate game of the campaign. Davies is a better option than Ashley Williams as he is a certain starter, more likely to get forward is 0.5m cheaper. Juanfran (Spain) – €5.5m – The right back may have had the worst possible end to the season by missing the crucial penalty in the Champions League final, but expect him to have a better Euros. Juanfran is likely to start ahead of Hector Bellerin and Cesar Azpilicueta with Spain one of the favourites to make it three consecutive European Championship triumphs. 5 5 5 5 Ricardo Rodriguez (Switzerland) – €6.0m – Switzerland are in Group A along with France, Romania and Albania and therefore there are opportunities for clean sheet points. Also, as a left-back, Rodriguez will look to get forward and he even takes set pieces from time to time. Euro 2016 is still a few days away and while all the teams begin to arrive in France and prepare their for their first game, fans left at home await the big kick off.Once you’ve stuck up your wallchart and drawn the office sweepstake, there is only one more thing to do – pick your Euro 2016 fantasy football team.Regardless of how well or poorly you did during the Premier League version, the Euros is going to be completely different and talkSPORT are here to give you tips all the way through to the final.First up are the defenders which, while you aim to save money on them so you can spend big on the forwards, often end up making the difference in your mini league.We look at the five of the best defensive picks as you start to put your fantasy teams together.Click the arrow above, right, to see who will be scoring the big points throughout the group stages.We are using the official UEFA Euro 2016 fantasy football and you can pick your team here. Eric Dier (England) – €5.0m – Dier is a bonus player here as he is registered as a defender despite almost certainly occupying the holding midfield role for the Three Lions. He should start all three group games and is a threat in the air and from set pieces. 5 Patrice Evra (France) – €6.0m – Click the arrow, right, to see the other Euro fantasy football defensive players – France are likely to go quite far in the tournament and will be up for the fight as tournament hosts. The French have a relatively straightforward group with Romania, Switzerland and Albania so expect a couple of clean sheets. Evra is a certain starter and could even chip in with the odd assist.