Only five matchdays remain in Bundesliga Fantasy but favourable standalone fixtures and the return of Christopher Nkunku makes planning easier for our Bundesliga Fantasy player rankings for matchday 30.



1Donyell MalenBVB@BOC13.7MIt took until matchday 21 for Malen to score his first goal but just in the last five matchdays, he has six goals and three assists. Best Dortmund player right now form-wise and I can see most teams in the top 100 bringing him in for this week.
2Randal Kolo MuaniSGEvs FCA15.1M
3Marvin DuckschSVW@S049.7MFreiburg scored over two goals for the first time across all competitions after 14 games since January in the 4-0 win against Schalke last week and also had 26 shots against them. Ducksch being so high feels reactionary but Füllkrug is predicted to be out again and I can't imagine Schalke's defence improving anytime soon with the injuries that they have.
4Kingsley ComanFCBvs BSC14.3MFour games in a row without a win for Tuchel. They can only slip so much further, right? There isn't a better game for Bayern to bounce back than Hertha.
5Karim AdeyemiBVB@BOC12.1M
6Timo WernerRBLvs TSG15.9MIt is either go big or go home for Werner and this feels like one of those games. A differential worth considering if you aren't too confident on Bayern's forwards.
7Thomas MüllerFCBvs BSC16.5MHe wasn't as impressive in the last game but considering that he has returned in each of his last five games against Hertha who have shipped nine goals in their last two matches against Schalke and Werder Bremen. So I think I will hold him.
8Ludovic AjorqueM05@WOB10.3MWolfsburg have better odds to win but I don't think it will be as easy against Mainz who haven't lost in 10 games. Not a high ceiling game but Ajorque but he still feels like a safe pick.
9Michael GregoritschSCF@KOE11.1M
10Moussa DiabyB04@FCU16.4MThese are the league's two best defences over the last six games, so I will just skip him this week.



1Julian BrandtBVB@BOC15.8M
2Christopher NkunkuRBLvs TSG17.3MShould finally get his first start in a while and Szoboszlai is suspended so he can have most of the shots to himself. Also the best midfielder from the main Saturday slot.
3Jonas HofmannBMG@VFB17.2M
4Jude BellinghamBVB@BOC16.8MSeriously considering doubling up on him and Brandt from the early game.
5Vincenzo GrifoSCF@KOE17.8M
6Joshua KimmichFCBvs BSC19.2M
7Florian WirtzB04@FCU13.9MLeverkusen did win the reverse fixture 5-0 and although I am a bit skeptical, I think he is still one of the better options this week.
8Dejan LjubičićKOEvs SCF7.6M
9Daichi KamadaSGEvs FCA12.1MKamada has no goal involvements since MD18 so it is only time till he gets a return. Ultra-differential for those who dare.
10Lars StindlBMG@VFB11.8M



1Raphael GuerreiroBVB@BOC13MGuerreiro now tops the assists charts with 12 assists and is highly involved in the attack even at left-back.
2João CanceloFCBvs BSC14M
3Mitchell WeiserSVW@S045.4M
4Noussair MazraouiFCBvs BSC9.1MHad four key passes off the bench for Bayern last week and is also on sale.
5Josip JuranovicFCUvs B048.4M
6Christian GünterSCF@KOE14.4MKoln have only scored one goal in their last four home games so a cleansheet isn't out of the equation.
7Jeremie FrimpongB04vs FCU14.6M
8Jonas HectorKOEvs SCF10.2MConsidering that he is churning out 7+ points on a regular basis (last 9/11 games), he is barely popular when he should be a must-have.
9David RaumRBLvs TSG13.1M
10Silvan WidmerM05@WOB10M



1Mark FlekkenSCF@KOE11.9M
2Frederik RønnowFCUvs B047.6M
3Jonas OmlinBMG@VFB7.5MNot ruling a cleansheet out this week.
4Gregor KobelBVB@BOC11M
5Jiri PavlenkaSVW@S045.4M

Value Rankings


1Julian RyersonDEFBVB@BOC6M
2Tomas KoubekGKPFCA@SGE1.7M
3Janis BlaswichGKPRBLvs TSG2.9M
4Josha VagnomanDEFVFBvs BMG4.3M
5Serhou GuirassyFWDVFBvs BMG8.9M
6Maximilian PhilippFWDSVW@S045.6M
7Jae-Sung LeeMIDM05@WOB8M
8Luca NetzDEFBMG@VFB4.4M
9Felix NmechaMIDWOBvs M054.5M
10Fabian BredlowGKPVFBvs BMG1M

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