Bundesliga matchday 22 promises a lot of excitement with great games such as Bayern Munich vs. Union Berlin, who are both tied at first. But with so many tricky fixtures to navigate, getting your transfers right is a challenge. We are here to help with our Bundesliga Fantasy player rankings for matchday 22.



1Niclas FüllkrugSVWvs BOC8.7MHe was Werder Bremen's hero in the reverse fixture scoring both of the goals in a 0-2 win and I am backing him to score again.
2Sébastien HallerBVB@TSG13.6MDortmund have scored the most goals over the last six games (19) whereas Hoffenheim have conceded the most (18) over the same period. It is that simple (but I still prefer BVB midfielders more).
3Mergim BerishaFCA@BSC10M
4Randal Kolo MuaniSGE@RBL14.1MIf someone has to score for Eintracht Frankfurt in this game, it is probably him, so I am happy to hold him for another week and focus elsewhere.
5Marcus ThuramBMG@M0513.8M
6Karim OnisiwoM05vs BMG11.7MBorrusia have been underwhelming to say the least against lower-ranked teams and even more so away from home. So Onisiwo isn't that bad of an option this week considering he has four goals in his last two home games.
7Michael GregoritschSCFvs B0410.7M
8Philip HofmannBOC@SVW6MBochum have slipped into the relegation zone with one win from five, so I am expecting this to be an open game.
9Jonas WindWOB@KOE11.2M
10Eric Maxim Choupo-MotingFCBvs FCU6.1MEven Ajax failed to dent Union's defence and they haven't conceded more than two goals in a game since November, so I am happy to fade Bayern attackers and hope that they put out a tough defensive performance again.



1Julian BrandtBVB@TSG15.5MNkunku is not predicted to start but I am more than happy to have Brandt as the #1 midfielder. He has a return in his last 6/7 games and is averaging 12 points over the last eight matches.
2Jonas HofmannBMG@M0516.6MAccording to Fantasy BL Stats, Hofmann have a 12.5% chance to get 20+ points against a bottom six team vs 60% against a top six team which really says it all. I will take the chance since he plays Mainz in the early game and try my luck over the next two weeks as he faces Freiburg and Leipzig.
3Vincenzo GrifoSCFvs B0416.6MPossible full dominance on set-pieces with Günter out?
4Marco ReusBVB@TSG15.1MGiving him the edge over Bellingham because he has a great record against Hoffenheim with five goals and an assist in the last seven games against them.
5Dominik SzoboszlaiRBLvs SGE15.6MThis game could go either way but there are few decent attacking picks this week and Szoboszlai is one of the safer ones.
6Lars StindlBMG@M0511.6MStindl has been flying under the radar but he has been as good as Hofmann or even better with four goals and three assists in his last six games.
7Jae-Sung LeeM05vs BMG7.4MA differential to consider if you expect Mainz to win and you are chasing ranks. He has four goals and an assist in his last five games while only starting in three of them.
8Chris FührichVFB@S048.1MBeen Stuttgart's biggest attacking threat over the last few matches and is averaging almost four shots a game over the past four games.
9Patrick WimmerWOB@KOE11.6M
10Jesper LindstrømSGE@RBL13.7M



1Borna SosaVFB@S0413.2MSlowly showing signs of his old form with a goal and an assist in his last two matches.
2Raphael GuerreiroBVB@TSG12.7MThis slow was originally reserved for Ryerson but since he is ruled out, Guerreiro should be nailed for this week.
3Jeremie FrimpongB04@SCF13.7MExpecting Leverkusen to concede here but Frimpong has a unique opportunity this week in front of him. Günter is suspended due to accumulation of yellow cards and misses out being in the Freiburg starting XI for the first time in 134 games. Which means Frimpong will be going up against Kübler who is actually a right-back and has never played at left-back. That gives him plenty of attacking upside this week.
4João CanceloFCBvs FCU13.2M
5Ramy BensebainiBMG@M0512.7MReplace with Caci if you expect Mainz to win.
6Paulo OtávioWOB@KOE8.5MFC Köln's attack looks a bit thin with Kainz being ruled out so hoping for a cleansheet here.
7Robert GumnyFCA@BSC4.7M
8David RaumRBLvs SGE13.1M
9Christopher TrimmelFCU@FCB9.6MI would've loved to rule him out completely but Union have proved that they can beat any team and in a massive six-pointer between teams tied for first, anything can happen. Trimmel even scored 17 points in the reverse fixture.
10Moritz JenzS04vs VFB3.4M



1Fabian BredlowVFB@S041.3M
2Gregor KobelBVB@TSG11.1M
3Frederik RønnowFCU@FCB5.9MMassive potential for saves and available on a discount this week.
4Ralf FährmannS04vs VFB8.9MDon't think anyone would've expected Schalke to keep four cleansheets in a row but it is a fact.
5Rafał GikiewiczFCA@BSC7.3M

Value Rankings


1Marvin DuckschFWDSVWvs BOC8.6M
2Jamie Bynoe-GittensMIDBVB@TSG1MCosts the bare minimum and has scores of 11, 11 and 9 in the last three games with two goals.
3Finn DahmenGKPM05@B042.5M
4Gil DiasMIDVFB@S045.5M
5Arne EngelsMIDFCA@BSC1.6M
6Christopher Antwi-AdjeiFWDBOC@SVW3.7MOther than Hofmann, he has been the most exciting player for Bochum in attack. Tricky wingers is exactly who Bremen struggle against.
7Kiliann SildilliaDEFSCFvs B043M
8Dejan LjubičićMIDKOEvs WOB7.3MPredicted to play in the #10 role.
9Alex KrálMIDS04vs VFB6.5MSchalke haven't conceded or scored in four games but a goal is coming sooner rather than later and Král has been knocking on the opposition's door the hardest with 10 shots in just his last three games.
10Jessic NgankamFWDBSCvs FCA2.4M

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