This article is part of our Yahoo DFS Soccer series.
3:00 p.m: Dortmund v. Tottenham
3:00 p.m: Real Madrid v. Ajax
Karim Benzema, RMA v. AJA (£27): Benzema has the best odds to score on the slate, so I'm automatically looking his way, especially when teammate Gareth Bale costs more. None of the available forwards are guaranteed anything, and that's why I'm comfortable backing Benzema even without much of a floor. At the least, he's getting two shots every start in addition to one on net in his last four. Since Ajax have to push forward, that should lead to plenty of breakaways for Benzema and Co., which is why they have the highest expected goal total of the four teams. If he doesn't score, he may only reach five points, but it's not like any of the other forwards have more upside or better floors.
Harry Kane, TOT at BVB (£28): The thought in rostering both Kane and Benzema is that one of them will surely find the back of the net. Tottenham have worse odds to score, but if they do, Kane will be involved, as he has done so in 10 of his last 12 starts in all competitions. And while Spurs may sit back and take the blows, it's hard to see Dortmund not allowing at least one goal. In fact, they've allowed eight goals in their last three at home (league cup included) and just lost last week to Augsburg, who are battling relegation in Bundesliga. Son Heung-Min (£21) has become useless