There are some interesting games this week with Union taking on Schalke, Dortmund taking on Hertha, and Bayern taking on old rivals Borussia to name a few. We take a look at the best players in each position in our Bundesliga Fantasy player rankings for matchday 21.



1Randal Kolo MuaniSGEvs SVW13.8MLast week was his first blank in six matchdays. He has blanked in consecutive games only once, so I am fully backing him to do well here.
2Serge GnabryFCB@BMG16.3MMy top differential for this week. Even though he is predicted to play as a wing-back, he won't be able to help himself and bomb forward into the box. With Sommer switching allegiances, it should be even easier to score.
3Sébastien HallerBVBvs BSC13.6MIf I had a transfer to spare on a Dortmund attacker, I think my first priority would still be one of their midfielders.
4Jamal MusialaFCB@BMG15.5M
5Mergim BerishaFCAvs TSG9.9MHoffenheim have conceded 12 goals just over the past three games. Augsburg haven't done any better in terms of form with just six points off their last six matches but that does not make Berisha a bad pick. He is the only viable asset from the team with 10 G/A in 14 Bundesliga games and will probably score again if Hoffenheim don't turn things around.
6Steffen TiggesKOE@VFB4.2M
7Michael GregoritschSCF@BOC10.3M
8Eric Maxim Choupo-MotingFCB@BMG6.1MLosing steam and not predicted to start by all sources so I would be a bit careful.
9Sheraldo BeckerFCUvs S0411.8MJust in case Schalke defensive run comes to an end (which it will eventually).
10Andrej KramarićTSG@FCA13.9M



1Vincenzo GrifoSCF@BOC16.3MBochum are third for the most goals conceded from set-pieces (10) after Hertha (13) and Eintracht Frankfurt (12), so this is Grifo territory.
2Julian BrandtBVBvs BSC15.3M14, 16 and 11 in the last three matches. Hertha might've won the last game but considering how much bad Borussia have been, I will pass that as a fluke.
3Florian WirtzB04vs M0513.1MPredicted to play OOP again.
4Florian KainzKOE@VFB10.5M
5Joshua KimmichFCB@BMG16.3MAll the signs are pointing at a Borussia rout and Kimmich is available on a big discount this week.
6Jude BellinghamBVBvs BSC15.7MYou might want at least one Dortmund midfielder for star flexbility this week and Bellingham is the best option if you want to look beyond Brandt.
7Ritsu DoanSCF@BOC10.4M
8Dominik SzoboszlaiRBL@WOB15.2M
9Jesper LindstrømSGEvs SVW13.6MNot putting up big scores as consistently and with tough games until MD26, I think I will stay away for a while.
10Christoph BaumgartnerTSG@FCA14.2M



1Christopher TrimmelFCUvs S049.5MThe second best defence in the league meets the team that hasn't conceded in three games = Unstoppable force meets immovable object.
2Jeremie FrimpongB04vs M0513.7M
3Niko GießelmannFCUvs S048.2MFeeling a little too confident about the Union cleansheet this week.
4Raphael GuerreiroBVBvs BSC12.8MScores of 17 and 28 in his last two games but you just know that he will flop once you get him in.
5Benjamin PavardFCB@BMG12.6MSimilar scores as Davies over the past few games and less risky.
6Julian RyersonBVBvs BSC6.2MWith some sources predicting Wolf to start over Guerreiro, Ryerson is a bit more safer.
7Jonas HectorKOE@VFB10.5MYet to see anyone talk about it but Schalke are not the only team to keep three cleansheets over their last three Bundesliga games.
8Christian GünterSCF@BOC13.8M
9David RaumRBL@WOB12.7M
10Philip MaxSGEvs SVW8.9MHasn't been as attacking as I expected so he is wait and watch for me.



1Frederik RønnowFCUvs S046.4M
2Gregor KobelBVBvs BSC10.9MIf you can keep a cleansheet against Chelsea, Hertha shouldn't be much trouble.
3Yann SommerFCB@BMG8.9M
4Marvin SchwäbeKOE@VFB6.4M
5Rafał GikiewiczFCAvs TSG7.1MOutside chance for a cleansheet+saves potential.

Value Rankings


1Danilho DoekhiDEFFCUvs S046.2M
2Ellyes SkhiriMIDKOE@VFB9.7MA bit unconvential but hard to look away from when he has been Koln's top scorer over the past five games with five goals and an assist.
3Philip HofmannFWDBOCvs SCF5.8MFreiburg are favourites on paper but their defence isn't out of the water as they have conceded 15 goals over the past six games. Only Hoffenheim have conceded more with 19.
4Arne EngelsMIDFCAvs TSG1.5M
5Ralf FährmannGKPS04@FCU1.6M
6Jeff ChabotDEFKOE@VFB4.6MOverlooked despite averaging 8.1 points per game across his seven starts this season.
7Niclas FüllkrugFWDSVW@SGE8.8M
8Fabian BredlowGKPVFBvs KOE1MCheapest starting keeper in the game right now.
9Jere UronenDEFS04@FCU4.1M
10Finn DahmenGKPM05@B042.5M

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