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Brian Lozano, CSL v. NEC ($10,500): There is a lot of firepower in midfield on this slate, which is why we're going to start there. Most of the high floor players are at the position, and they should probably be prioritized, at least in cash games, especially since it's a slate that isn't expected to be high scoring. Lozano is the most expensive player, but he's completely earned that distinction, scoring at least 11.5 fantasy points in every match during the Clausura. He dominates Santos' set pieces, a situation that has helped him average 10.70 crosses, 2.22 chances created and 3.56 shots per 90 minutes, not to mention also adding 3.22 fouls drawn. The salary is high, but that isn't likely to stop Lozano from being the highest-owned player in cash games, and he'll surely be popular in GPPs as well given it's only a two-game slate.
Elias Hernandez, CRZ at AMR ($8,000): Hernandez takes a majority of Cruz Azul's set pieces, especially with Yoshimar Yotun now out with injury. His price is high, especially for those who also want to play Lozano, but Hernandez is a consistent crosser because of those corners, and he takes plenty of shots and creates plenty of chances. This match is expected to be tight,