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3:00 p.m: Manchester City v. Shakhtar Donetsk
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3:00 p.m: Bayern Munich v. AEK Athens
3:00 p.m: Benfica v. Ajax
3:00 p.m: Viktoria Plzen v. Real Madrid
3:00 p.m: Juventus v. Manchester United
Gabriel Jesus, MCI v. SHK ($10,500): I'm not a huge fan of the top forwards, so I'm turning to Jesus, who started City's last Champions League match and is expected to again. Sergio Aguero ($13,000) is in this spot if he starts, but after playing 90 on Sunday, I don't think he will. Jesus doesn't have a goal since Aug. 19, though most of that has to do with a lack of playing time. He should have scored in the first meeting with Shakhtar and ended up with six shots (one on goal) and one chance created. Playing at home, where City are scoring four goals per match in Premier League play, the opportunities will be there. Robert Lewandowski ($13,500) is most likely to score, but he has no floor, while Gareth Bale ($11,500) hasn't found the back of the net since Sept. 19 and, unlike Jesus, he's actually playing. Cristiano Ronaldo ($13,000) makes the most sense if you want to spend more, but he hasn't had much success in his first two UCL matches.