The brand new version of Telegraph Fantasy Football Europe gets underway next Tuesday, February 13, to coincide with the start of the Champions League knockout stage.
With £5,000 up for grabs for the winner, now is the time to start thinking about who you want to line-up in your team.
If you're not sure where to get started, we caught up with The Telegraph's very own football columnist - and Champions League winner - Jamie Carragher, to run us through his chosen XI.
"With a tight £50m budget to work with and only 20 transfers to use from now until the final, I've opted for longevity at this early stage by selecting players I think should safely make it through to at least the quarter finals."
"To get things started, I've gone with Allison in goal. He's a budget option at just £3.0m and kept three clean sheets in the Group Stage as Roma finished top, despite a tough draw against both Atletico Madrid and Chelsea. They've now been drawn against Shakhtar, playing the first leg away from home in Donetsk, so I'd expect them to keep it tight at the back and try to take a clean sheet with them back to Rome for the second leg. That would mean a solid five points for my number one."
"3-4-3 is my preferred formation as attack-minded players are what makes fantasy football games so exciting. PSG's Kurzawa scored a hat-trick in the Group Stage (the first ever defender to do so), while Otamendi and Smalling have been ever-presents for their respective Manchester clubs. The latter two have relatively easy draws against Basel and Sevilla respectively, while it's 50/50 as to whether PSG or Real Madrid will progress from their tie. Kurzawa at £3.2m is too good to turn down and I can see him being a popular selection so I'll take the risk and follow suit."
"In midfield, Salah is a no brainer. He's had a dream first season on Merseyside and has already scored five Champions League goals to add to his 21 in the Premier League. Verratti is a stroke of class in the heart of PSG's midfield and he's impressed too with two goals and five key contributions amassed in the groups. As for de Bruyne and Sterling, well, City are currently the favourites with the bookies to win the Champions League and they've both been in ruthless form in the league. Pep knows how to get the job done in Europe and they might even have the easiest draw against Basel - both should be in the points."
"Up top, I fancy Lewandowski to bag a few and Bayern to easily progress against Besiktas, Firmino has been sensational so far in Europe and is a real bargain at just £5.0m, while Neymar is my choice from the golden trio of Messi-Neymar-Ronaldo because I think it could be PSG's year and it'll be Neymar's goals that take them all the way."
Think you have what it takes to beat Carragher? Put your managerial skills to the best and pick a free team for Telegraph Fantasy Football Europe - there's £5,000 to be won!