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Who makes the difference in season mode?

The group stage of the Champ. League goes into the second round and again offers some exciting games for us. Most managers will probably turn their eyes to the games Bayern vs. Barcelona or Liverpool vs. Ajax. In these games, the players in focus are quite clear, so I would like to show you a few alternatives in this preview, which in my opinion have the potential to collect quite a few points for you and bring you further up in the rankings.

Tuesday Matchday 2a

Evanilson (77₵, Porto): Evanilson delivered a rather mediocre performance in last week’s game against Atletico, however that is the case for most strikers when the opponent is Atletico. Now Porto plays at home against Bruges and they go into this game as clear favorites. Additionally, fellow striker Mehdi Taremi will be out this game due to his red card, which should give Evanilson even more action. So for 77 credits, he is a player who definitely provides a solid option for your forward.

Milan Škriniar (90₵, Inter): The 27-year-old Slovakian central defender at Inter has played a recurring role at big clubs such as Chelsea and PSG during this transfer period. Škriniar decided to stay with the Nerazurri for the time being and continues to impress with strong performances. In the game against Bayern he only scored 191 points, however, the opponent this time is Plzeň and therefore I expect Škriniar to be able to score a lot of points through passes, as Inter will most likely be in possession of the ball most of the time.

Alexis Sanchez (88₵, Marseille): Sanchez is currently the top scorer in a Marseille shirt and also the player who creates the most chances for his teammates. In Ligue 1, the Chilean has scored four goals in seven games. In the Champ. League opener, he did not play, so Sanchez may not be on many managers’ radar, and for just 88 credits, he offers a good alternative to the usual suspects like Lewandowski or Mané on this matchday.

Wednesday Matchday 2b

Rafael Leão (110₵, Milan): Leao set up the opening goal against Sampdoria at the weekend, but then the Portuguese picked up a somewhat silly second yellow card and ended his workday early in the 47th minute. So in Serie A he is suspended for the next game, which makes me expect Leão to play the full 90 minutes in the Champ. League and show another strong performance as usual.

Neymar (165₵, Paris): There is hardly any way around him. The Brazilian is currently in absolute top form. In just seven games, Neymar manages to score eight goals and six assists and thus leads the scoring charts and he has only one assist less than Messi, who is currently leading Ligue 1 in assists. In the Champ. League, Paris hosts Maccabi Haifa on this matchday and I expect a firework from the Parisians with Neymar guaranteed to play a starring role. 

Mason Mount (126₵, Chelsea): The Blues have been delivering rather negative headlines lately, after losing their first game in the Champ. League against Zagreb, Tuchel had to make room for the new coach Graham Potter, who will now do everything possible not to start with two defeats in this Champ. League season. In the past, however, Salzburg did not look particularly good against teams from England. The last five games they were always defeated and in four of those games they didn’t even score, so Chelsea players offer a good option here. Mason Mount managed to score a strong 401 points despite losing to Zagreb and I’m curious to see how many points he can grab in a possible win against Salzburg. 

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