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3:00 p.m: Hoffenheim v. Shakhtar Donetsk
3:00 p.m: Manchester United v. Young Boys
3:00 p.m: Juventus v. Valencia
3:00 p.m: Bayern Munich v. Benfica
3:00 p.m: Lyon v. Manchester City
3:00 p.m: Roma v. Real Madrid
Robert Lewandowski, BAY v. BEN ($13,500): This is as simple as it gets because Lewandowski has the best goal-scoring odds on the slate and you have to pay for it. He doesn't have much of a floor, but he already scored at Benfica and has 15 shots and six chances created in his last three matches in all competitions. The other options at this price aren't as desirable only because they aren't as likely to score. Edin Dzeko ($13,500) has had a couple huge matches in Champions League play, but he is hard to trust against Real Madrid, and while Cristiano Ronaldo ($13,000) has a slightly better floor, he is playing one of the best back lines in La Liga. Finally, if Sergio Aguero ($13,000) starts, there's a good chance he won't play more than 70 minutes.
Anthony Martial, MANU v. YB ($9,500): There's little reason to pay up for teammate Romelu Lukaku ($10,500) when Martial is on the ball more, which leads to a better floor. He's averaging more than one shot on goal and two chances created in his last eight starts, and that coincides with him becoming a full-time starter. Lukaku