FanDuel Fantasy Soccer: Wednesday UCL Targets

FanDuel Fantasy Soccer: Wednesday UCL Targets

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Kevin De Bruyne, MCI at BMG ($23): Everything for this slate depends on what Man City's lineup looks like. There's a chance De Bruyne doesn't start, and if that's the case, I'd be on Phil Foden ($17), who was rested in the most recent league match. De Bruyne played 63 minutes in the win over Arsenal, and he could either start again and play close to 90 or come off the bench after recently recovering from a hamstring injury. After that's decided, another decision has to be made between Gabriel Jesus ($20) and Sergio Aguero ($20). Jesus is more likely to start, but he's also likely to be subbed off early for Aguero, who has been in the squad and stayed on the bench in each of the last three league matches. Ilkay Gundogan ($15) appears fully healthy after going 90 over the weekend and it's hard to deny his form, with 11 goals in the last 13 league matches. Raheem Sterling ($22) is the other guy to consider, but I wouldn't touch him in cash games because his floor rarely tops 10 fantasy points. Man City are rolling and have the highest implied goal total on the slate, so it'll be hard to fade them completely. Monchengladbach just lost at home to Mainz in league play and have

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