Hoffenheim are on a four-game losing streak, but a match against the worst team in the league in Greuther Fürth presents an excellent opportunity for the club to turn their form around and secure a spot amongst Europe’s elites. This is why players from the “Die Kraichgauer” rank high in our Bundesliga Fantasy player rankings for matchday 30



1Robert LewandowskiFCB@DSC24.7MBayern are at their lethal best in the game after a loss, so it isn't looking good for Arminia who have already allowed nine goals in their last three games.
2Andrej KramarićTSGvs SGF16.7MDoubtful this week, so I would be careful with transferring him in.
3Serge GnabryFCB@DSC17.8MIf you expect Bayern to turn Arminia into a punching bag, Gnabry is one of the best differentials to consider as most of his best scores have come against bottom sides that concede a lot of shots.
4Marco ReusBVBvs WOB16.9MHaaland is due a goal, and he has scored three times in his last two games against Wolfsburg, but the fact that he is averaging one shot a game doesn't exactly inspire me with confidence.

On the other hand, Reus is in top form with four goals and four assists in the same number of games. His record against Wolfsburg is just as impressive, with 14 goal involvements in 19 games against them.
5Alassane PléaBMGvs KOE15.9MBased purely on form he would top this list ,but Köln's defence has been excellent away from home, making it difficult for attackers to generate shots or big chances, which is important for bonus points.
6Thomas MüllerFCB@DSC20.5M
7Jonathan BurkardtM05vs VFB9.3MIf you are looking to punt on a Mainz forward, it is worth noting that Onisiwo's last 5/6 goal involvements have come away from home.
8Saša Kalajdžić VFB@M0511.9MA bit of a gamble, but Stuttgart are playing with everything on the line, and the absence of three first-team defenders for Mainz (St. Juste, Hack and Martín) should certainly help their cause.
9Anthony ModesteKOE@BMG10.7M
10Patrick SchickB04vs RBL16.4MHe has been far from impressively lately, and the same can be said for the entire Leverkusen team, but at least he should be back on penalties now.



1Christopher NkunkuRBL@B0419.6MNot the best fixture, but Nkunku is averaging an unreal 16.2 points per game in his last five away matches. This makes sense, considering that he is currently one of the most in-form players in the world with 48 goal involvements in just 43 games this season.
2David RaumTSGvs SGF12.6MWell rested and ready to go up against the worst defence in the league.
3Filip KostićSGE@FCU18.6MComing off the best performance of his career against Barcelona, Kostić should be full of confidence.
4Jonas HofmannBMGvs KOE15.4MStill runs the risk of being subbed off early
5Joshua KimmichFCB@DSC18.7MKimmich is yet to get a score below seven points in his last six games and is also one of the few midfielders with a standalone fixture this week and the next.
6Jesper LindstrømSGE@FCU10.1M
7Vincenzo GrifoSCFvs BOC16.7MGrifo seems to be the only midfielder from Freiburg who knows how to score goals and is easily one of the best midfielders from the early fixtures against Bochum's atrocious away defence.
8Anton StachM05vs VFB6.3MThe best budget enabler in the game gets another boost as the absence of Martín should increase his set-piece duties.
9Julian BrandtBVBvs WOB12.5M
10Christoph BaumgartnerTSGvs SGF12.5MHis production has been lacking, and he is one yellow card away from suspension, but Baumgartner is still worth considering if you want a one-week punt.



1Alphonso DaviesFCB@DSC14.5MA game against Arminia gives Davies the best offensive upside and cleansheet odds this week.
2Ramy BensebainiBMGvs KOE10.7MBorussia had one of the worst defences in the league but have now conceded only one goal in their last four games. Managers who own Bensebaini will be hoping for another big performance by the birthday boy against Köln.
3Nico SchlotterbeckSCFvs BOC10.5MOn suspension watch.
4IagoFCAvs BSC8.1MIt might make you feel uneasy picking an Augsburg defender, but Iago has a goal, two assists and two cleansheets in his last four games. Hertha, meanwhile, are struggling to score even at home.
5Borna SosaVFB@M0511.8MLooked sharp against Dortmund and was unlucky not to score. Sosa is too involved in the Stuttgart attack to ignore.
6AngeliñoRBL@B0415.5MAgain, a small rotation risk this week, so Gvardiol might be the safer pick.
7Evan NdickaSGE@FCU11.6M
8Pavel KadeřábekTSGvs SGF9.5MLots of attacking potential and could keep a cleansheet, too but in the back of my head, I am always worried about Hoffenheim losing against a bottom team when everyone least expects it.
9Moussa NiakhatéM05vs VFB7.3MNot that I am expecting a cleansheet but Stuttgart are one of the worst sides when it comes to conceding penalties.
10Benno SchmitzKOE@BMG10.5M



1Mark FlekkenSCFvs BOC8.5M
2Yann SommerBMGvs KOE10.3M
3Manuel RiemannBOC@SCF6.3M
4Stefan OrtegaDSCvs FCB7.9MClearly Arminia cannot rely on their attackers to win them games, so it might be time for Ortega to step up again.
5Marcel LotkaBSC@FCA1.1MYou can't look away when an enabler saves nine shots in a single match.

Value Rankings


1Tanguy NianzouDEFFCB@DSC5.8MCosts 5.8M and has a game against a side that has scored just one goal in their last six games. You couldn't ask for more.
2Ihlas BebouFWDTSGvs SGF9MWhile a 10-game goal drought isn't a good omen, a home game against Fürth, who have conceded an average of 3.2 goals per game away, certainly is. TSG also scored six goals in the reverse fixture, with Bebou scoring a hattrick.
3Chris FührichMIDVFB@M056.5M
4Andreas LindeGKPSGF@TSG5.2M
5Micheal GregoritschDEFFCAvs BSC7.6MIn 2022, BSC have the worst defence conceding 31 goals in 12 games which is considerably worse than SGF (23) in second. Gregoritsch might not have the best ceiling but is a strong contender for the third forward spot with seven goals in his last 15 matches.
6Lukas NmechaFWDWOB@BVB9.2MAt a minimum, Dortmund will be without Hummels, Guerreiro, Meunier, and Dahoud for this game.
7Marvin SchwäbeGKPKOE@BMG1.4M
8Danilo SoaresDEFBOC@SCF7.4M
9Chris RichardsDEFTSGvs SGF3.3M
10Branimir HrgotaFWDSGF@TSG8.1MIt would be wrong to count Greuther Fürth out of this game when even Schalke and Hertha were able to beat Hoffenheim.

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