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2:45 pm: Arsenal vs. Cardiff City
2:45 pm: Fulham vs. Brighton & Hove Albion
2:45 pm: Huddersfield Town vs. Everton
2:45 pm: Wolverhampton vs. West Ham United
3:00 pm: Manchester United vs. Burnley
3:00 pm: Newcastle United vs. Manchester City
Alexandre Lacazette, ARS v. CAR ($9,300): Lacazette isn't a realistic cash-game option, but he has a number of things going for him in GPPs. Manchester City, who are away to Newcastle, and Manchester United, who are home to Burnley, figure to get plenty of attention for those looking to grab goals, whether it's from Sergio Aguero ($10,400), Leroy Sane ($10,000), Raheem Sterling ($9,800), Riyad Mahrez ($9,400), Gabriel Jesus ($8,900), Marcus Rashford ($10,800), Anthony Martial ($9,000), Romelu Lukaku ($8,800) or Alexis Sanchez ($8,600), all of whom have plenty of upside and even some decent floors. Man City have the highest implied goal total on the slate, but Arsenal actually have a higher one than Manchester United, even if they haven't been as successful in that category lately. For those who want Arsenal exposure, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang ($9,600) is probably the first target since he leads the Gunners in goals, shots and shots on goal. All of the attention on the Manchester attackers and Aubameyang only takes people away from rostering Lacazette, who has two goals on 10 shots (five on target) in his last three games and faces a Cardiff side that's allowed