Fantasy Europe Cup is underway, and we give you some tips on where the value lies.
You have 200 million euros to spend to compete with Europe's best, choosing from all the squad players at the 32 clubs who have qualified for the group stages of the Champions League.
Whatever formation you select, you have to select a goalkeeper. The obvious names such as Iker Casillas, Edwin van der Sar, Julio Cesar and Petr Cech are obviously priced at 16-25m.
But for good value look a little lower down the list, with Arsenal's Manuel Almunia a cut-price 9m and Hans-Joerg Butt of last year's finalists Bayern a bargain-basement 2m, one assumes on account of his age.
And for back-up, why not take a punt on Hapoel Tel-Aviv's Nigeria keeper Vincent Enyeama who takes all their penalties and, at 4m, could prove a surprise points- and match-winner.
Defensively you would do well to look at those lining up for Real Madrid.
Yes, Inter defenders and last year's winners Maicon and Lucio are masters of their art and weigh in with a fair share of attacking points too.
But at 25m and 22m respectively they are over-priced, and who knows how they will react to the new management style of Rafael Benitez?
Madrid's back line, however, is a touch undervalued: the leaks under former managers should be ironed out by precisely the man who made Inter so formidable at the back, with Jose Mourinho whipping Los Merengues into shape almost immediately - they have not conceded in their first two Liga games.
Attacking left-back Marcelo is the pick of that bunch, at only 15m and often playing in midfield.
In the middle range, Barcelona's Adriano is expected to play fairly regularly after his move from Sevilla and is only rated at 10m, as is Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic, who has matured into a top-class defender and a real danger at set pieces.
If you're scraping the bottom of the barrel, veteran stopper Hans Sarpei is available at only 1m. The Schalke defender is a regular for Ghana and, following his summer move, is set to feature heavily for a team that should click into form after a difficult start to the domestic season.
In midfield, Wesley Sneijder was undoubtedly the player of the tournament last season and that is reflected in a price of 40m. You would do best to avoid second-ranked Franck Ribery though who, at 37m, is too much of a risk given his personal and form issues.
Kaka (35m) similarly is worth avoiding as he is yet to prove he is over his injuries, and while Xabi Alonso dictates the tempo of Real Madrid's play he sits too deep and does not score nearly enough goals to be considered as a 35m player.
So at the upper range look no further than Frank Lampard (30m), who guarantees points: he is hardly ever injured, scores dozens of goals a season and is involved in most attacking moves.
Bastian Schweinsteiger (22m) has matured into a fantastic box-to-box player, while new Lyon signing Yoann Gourcuff could well be one of the stars of the tournament.
If you haven't got quite so much to spend, Manchester United's oft-maligned Nani is a great punt at only 14m. Reds fans find he blows hot and cold but he topped the assist charts last season and should expect to play more games this time out.
Lyon's Kim Kallstrom (9m) is also a creator of many goals and could forge an exciting midfield partnership with Gourcuff in a group where goals should be forthcoming.
And if you've only got a few quid to spend, FC Basel's Scott Chipperfield is on sale for only 1m and, in a team that can score goals, the Australian is a great bet as he creates his fair share from the left and bags a few to boot.
Strikers are unsurprisingly the most expensive players in Fantasy Europe Cup.
It is always worth having a big-hitter in your side, although Samuel Eto'o (50m) and Diego Milito (45m) are not expected to hit the heights of last season's winning campaign.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are, as expected, priced with Eto'o at 50m, while Ronaldinho is hideously inflated at 40m. Don't go there.
A touch better value is David Villa (40m), who will bang them in for Barca after his World Cup exploits, while Didier Drogba and Wayne Rooney (30m) are the main men in sides that should come close to winning the trophy.
A smart move would be one for Marouane Chamakh (20m), who will lead the line with Arsenal team-mates Robin van Persie, Theo Walcott and Nicklas Bendtner injured. Chamakh was excellent for Bordeaux in the Champions League last season and his aerial ability will mark him out against continental sides.
Similarly, Carlos Vela at only 8m should get plenty of games and goals for the Gunners, who have an easy group, while Ivica Olic - who was at his destructive best for Bayern in last season's double-header against Manchester United - is only rated at 14m.
An outside tip for a cheap and cheerful back-up is Hapoel forward Eran Zahavi. He is available for a snip at 2m, and is in good form having hit two in two so far in the Israeli season.