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Lionel Messi, BAR v. PSG ($24): There isn't anything that stands out in the odds between Tuesday's matchups, but it's Messi against a somewhat depleted PSG squad. He's the most expensive player on the slate, has the best odds to score and will be the most popular, but it won't be easy to fade him. He's in maybe his best form of the season, scoring eight goals in his last five league appearances, and while PSG are another level of competition, that didn't stop him from hitting at least 40 fantasy points in each of his four starts in the group stage. Most notable was the 3-0 loss to Juventus when he had seven shots on target and three chances created, producing a ridiculous floor of 47.9 points. He has the best floor on the slate and probably the best upside, making him viable in all formats. Unfortunately, production around him remains inconsistent. If you want to bank on a Barcelona win, Antoine Griezmann ($20) has made the score-sheet in four of his last six league starts, but he has almost no floor. Pedri ($15) has a higher floor but less upside, while Ousmane Dembele ($17) hasn't hit the back of the net since December despite having seven shots on target in that period. Frenkie de Jong ($11) is