With just three matchdays left in the season, which are the best players that could help you improve your rank? We take a look in our Bundesliga Fantasy player rankings for matchday 32.



1Serge GnabryFCBvs S0417.5MFour double-digit scores in a row in his last four starts and has also scored in his last three home games against Schalke including a hattrick in the last one.
2Timo WernerRBLvs SVW14.7MPacks as much of a scoring punch as Gnabry as Werder Bremen might be down to their third-choice center-back in this game and will also save you some money as he is on sale.
3Kingsley ComanFCBvs S0414.6MBayern have scored 2, 4, 8 and 5 goals in their last four games against Schalke so it is not a bad idea to go all in on Bayern this week especially when you consider how bad they have been without Fährmann and Jenz who will both be out this week. They have conceded the most goals in the last six games with 14 (tied with Hertha).
4Karim AdeyemiBVBvs BMG12.7MLooked more dangerous than Malen lately and BVB's attack has been playing like City (14 goals in last 4) so I am expecting plenty of goals again.
5Mergim BerishaFCA@BOC10.1MA reminder that Berisha has nine goals and four assists from 21 games this season and that Bochum have conceded 47 shots in just their last two matches.
6Moussa DiabyB04@VFB16.7M
7Ludovic AjorqueM05@SGE10.3MAjorque might seem out of place but Frankfurt are not doing any better defensively compared to Schalke and Hertha with the most goals conceded in the league in the last three matches with eight (tied with Bochum). Over the past six games, they have conceded 13.
8Serhou GuirassyVFBvs B049.1MThe odds are already in Stuttgart's favour but possible rotation like Alonso claims pushes Guirassy's goal-scoring odds even further.
9Andrej KramarićTSG@WOB14.9M
10Davie SelkeKOEvs BSC5.4MI slate him a lot but he has actually done well for himself over the past few games. That being said, there are still far better forwards this week to waste a spot on him and I would rather have a Koln midfielder than a forward from the early game.



1Christopher NkunkuRBLvs SVW17.4MNkunku has never scored in his three games against Werder Bremen but I would rather not bet against him.
2Julian BrandtBVBvs BMG16.1M
3Jude BellinghamBVBvs BMG15.8MI still think Brandt has a higher ceiling but doubling him up with Bellingham isn't a bad idea considering he has scores of 21, 11 and 12 in his last three and is also on sale.
4Dominic SzoboszlaiRBLvs SVW17.4MFree 8-pointer and if you are in luck you will get 15 points.
5Joshua KimmichFCBvs S0419.7M
6Florian KainzKOEvs BSC11.1MHertha finally won a game and they weren't too bad but I am still optimistic about a Koln win so Kainz could be a good differential.
7Linton MainaKOEvs BSC4.9M
8Jonas HofmannBMG@BVB17.5MDestroyed Dortmund in the reverse fixture with a goal and two assists but he is a completely different player away from home averaging 6.4 points away and 12.7 at home, so I am skipping him this week.
9Patrick WimmerWOBvs TSG12.2M
10Vincenzo GrifoSCF@FCU17.9M



1João CanceloFCBvs S0414.4M
2Benjamin HenrichsSVWvs SVW10.8MAveraging 11.6 points in his last five games.
3Noussair MazraouiFCBvs S0410.6MCheaper than Cancelo and also has more points in the last three games.
4Jonas HectorKOEvs BSC11.6MSix games in a row now with at least eight points but barely has 1% ownership in the top 100. A safe option from the early game.
5Josip JuranovicFCUvs SCF8.5MThis game has 0-0 written all over it.
6Jeremie FrimpongB04@VFB14.4MDoubtful for this week so keep an eye out.
7Borna SosaVFBvs B0413.7M
8Jérôme RoussillonFCUvs SCF6.7M
9Aarón MartínM05@SGE7.9MEintracht Frankfurt have Kolo Muani in their team but have still managed only five goals in their last six games which is the least in that period in the league.
10Christian GünterSCF@FCU14.6M



This table has been made by Leo (8th OR) who wanted to share his input on the keepers this week.

1Gregor KobelBVBvs BMG11.1MThe Dortmund keeper picked up 18 points in his last two home games.

Keepers that faced Gladbach this season have recorded an average of ~6.5 points per game, making them the 2nd best team to face.
2Frederik RønnowFCUvs SCF7.5MWhile Freiburg isn't a good fixture, no keeper averages more points than Ronnøw in home games who also managed to pick up three double digits scores in his last six games.
3Yann SommerFCBvs S048.6MSurprisingly a good pick this week.

Facing Schalke at home results in an average of ~6.7 points being earned by the goalkeeper, and the last three goalkeepers that have faced them picked up eight points on average. CS also quite likely.
4Koen CasteelsWOBvs TSG11.7MHaving picked up 20 points in his last two home games, Casteels is facing a Hoffneheim team that is taking a lot of low xG shots on targets in away matches, making it one of the more enjoyable fixtures for any goalkeeper.
5Alexander SchwolowS04@FCB4.2MWhile Schalke are expected to concede quite a few goals, playing away in Munich is the best fixture for any goalkeeper (7.6 points per game)
While being associated with a risk, only one of the last nine goalkeepers traveling to munich came back with less than five points.

Value Rankings


1Janis BlaswichGKPRBLvs SVW3.3M
2Jan OlschowskyGKPBMG@BVB1MThe highest scoring keeper in the reverse week with 13 points.
3Ellyes SkhiriMIDKOEvs BSC9.9MJust a hunch that it will be one of those random weeks where he hauls big.
4Amine AdliFWDB04@VFB9.3MProbably more nailed than Diaby this week.
5Mitchel BakkerDEFB04@VFB9.1M
6Josha VagnomanDEFVFBvs B044.6M
7Kevin StögerMIDBOCvs FCA8M
8Julian RyersonDEFBVBvs BMG6.2M
9Felix NmechaMIDWOBvs TSG4.5M
10Florian NiederlechnerFWDBSC@KOE7.1MPotential cleansheet buster.

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