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Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, LIV v. BAR ($3,700): Firstly, I don't think Oxlade-Chamberlain starts, but he could easily be the highest-owned player in cash games and GPPs if he does because he'll be playing for a side that needs to make up a three-goal deficit and is less than $4,000. If you want to consider that he's a very good peripheral-point scorer, that's fine too, but the salary is simply too low to pass on. With Mohamed Salah (concussion) and Roberto Firmino (groin) already ruled out, the Liverpool front line will look very different from what we've gotten used to this season. Divock Origi ($4,800), who scored off the bench this past weekend, is a more-likely option to start, though Daniel Sturridge ($5,500) is theoretically a possibility despite playing 90 minutes at Newcastle on Saturday. We also can't ignore Xherdan Shaqiri ($6,000), who picked up an assist off the bench Saturday, though he hasn't started a match since Jan. 30 (then again, Oxlade-Chamberlain has only featured once this season). All of the cheap Liverpool attacking options shouldn't necessarily shy you away from Sadio Mane ($8,000), who has actually been Liverpool's best player this season. Paying up for Mane makes sense in a vacuum because Liverpool need to score, but his floor isn't that much higher than Origi, Shaqiri, Sturridge