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3:00 p.m: Shakhtar Donetsk v. Lyon
3:00 p.m: Manchester City v. TSG Hoffenheim
3:00 p.m: Ajax v. Bayern Munich
3:00 p.m: Young Boys v. Juventus
3:00 p.m: Valencia v. Manchester United
3:00 p.m: Benfica v. AEK Athens
Gabriel Jesus, MCI v. TSG ($12,000): If Cristiano Ronaldo ($13,500) makes the starting XI, he's hard to pass up, but I'm not sure Juventus will go all out when they likely only need a draw. Man City also don't need to win, but Jesus has been on the bench the majority of the season and fatigue isn't an issue. Per 90 minutes, he's been solid, averaging 2.30 shots on goal and 1.95 chances created in 508 Premier League minutes. He may not play a full 90, but it's hard to see Man City not scoring at least a couple goals against Hoffenheim, who have given up at least two in every Champions League match and five in their last two Bundesliga road trips. I also can't bring myself to trust Robert Lewandowski ($13,500) after he blanked against Ajax in the first meeting.
Memphis Depay, LYON at SHK ($9,500): Lyon only need a draw, but Shakhtar still can advance with a win and that will lead to another match that has four or five goals, if not more. These have been two of the highest-scoring teams in the group stage, with a combined 43