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2:45 p.m: Brighton v. Crystal Palace
2:45 p.m: West Ham v. Cardiff City
2:45 p.m: Bournemouth v. Huddersfield
3:00 p.m: Watford v. Manchester City
Manchester City Forwards: Here we are again with Manchester City a big favorite and everyone else lagging behind. The Man City forward stack didn't work out for a lot of people during Saturday's match against Bournemouth, as Gabriel Jesus ($9,400), who started in place of the slightly injured Sergio Aguero ($10,700), failed to get on the scoresheet, Leroy Sane ($10,500) managed only an assist while Raheem Sterling ($11,100), the most expensive starter on the slate, scored one goal on two shots. Instead, Man City got goals from Bernardo Silva ($8,800), who started in place of David Silva and the lowest-owned among the group, and midfielder Ilkay Gundogan ($7,000) in a 3-1 win. With Riyad Mahrez ($8,700) only playing three minutes against the Cherries, there is an expectation that he will start against Watford, and because he's the cheapest of the forward-eligible attackers, plus the fact he can take some set pieces, it's entirely possible he'll be the highest owned player from Manchester City. The real question, once again, is how many Manchester City pieces you need and whether you need them both to be forwards. I personally got away with just one this past weekend (it was Sane), but that really has no bearing on Tuesday's slate. That