With just three matchdays left in the season, our focus is on teams that have something to play for, whether to avoid relegation or a spot in Europe for next season. Check out our Bundesliga Fantasy player rankings for matchday 32 to learn more about our weekly picks.



1Erling HaalandBVBvs BOC19.2M
2Robert LewandowskiFCB@M0525.3M
3Patrick SchickB04vs SGE16.9M
4Taiwo AwoniyiFCUvs SGF10M
5Marco ReusBVBvs BOC17.4M
6Andrej KramarićTSGvs SCF17.1M
7Mark UthKOE@FCA11M
8André SilvaRBLvs FCA17.5M
9Jonas WindWOB@VFB10.9M
10Serge GnabryFCBvs VFB18.1M



1Christopher NkunkuRBL@BMG19.5MAfter a short period where they kept a cleansheet in every alternate game, Borussia are back to their old ways again, conceding three goals in each of their last two games and choked a 0-2 lead in the second half against Freiburg last week. I expect this week to be no different and for their defence to leak goals again.
2Filip KostićSGE@B0419MHigh on confidence after two incredible wins in the Europa Conference League and without Lindstrøm, Frankfurt will rely on Kostić to continue his good form.
3Jonas HofmannBMGvs RBL15.8MAn easy play as long as he starts but not a must-have against Leipzig, which is considered a tough fixture for attackers in particular.
4Vincenzo GrifoSCF@TSG17.1MGrifo loves a game against his former teams. He scored against Borussia last week and now faces Hoffenheim, against whom he has a goal or an assist in each of his previous three matches.
5David RaumTSGvs SCF12.7M
6Grischa PrömelFCUvs SGF7.7MOnly owned by 1% of all managers and will be massively overlooked again despite scoring two times in four games and averaging 11.25 points per game in those matches.
7Joshua KimmichFCB@M0519MIdeally, this would've been Musiala, but it seems likely that Sabitzer will start instead.
8Patrick WimmerDSCvs BSC7MNothing is going DSC's way right now, but the only positive is that Wimmer is slowly finding form (eight and nine points in the last two without a return), and they will hope that he fires in a must-win game against BSC. If the expected lineup is correct, he might even play as a striker. Plus, he gives you a star option from the early game in MD33 against Bochum.
9Julian BrandtBVBvs BOC12.4M
10Chris FührichVFBvs WOB6.6M



1Raphael GuerreiroBVBvs BOC14.4MOther than his zero pointer against Bayern, Guerreiro was averaging 11.3 points in his last six games, so he is a no-brainer against a Bochum side that hasn't scored in three games.
2Alphonso DaviesFCB@M0514.9M
3Christopher TrimmelFCUvs SGF10.8MIt has mostly gone unnoticed, but he is back to his best form and got 14 points in the last match without a return. He is a good shout in the early game against Fürth, who have scored once in six games but is a yellow card away from suspension.
4Marvin PlattenhardtBSC@DSC5.8MThree cleansheets and two assists in his last three games, but you might want to wait and see if he starts if you don't own him already.
5Christian GünterSCF@TSG13.8MSchlotterbeck was the preferred choice till Günter was out of form, but now he is hard to ignore with a goal and three assists in his last four games. Opponents Hoffenheim have scored in only two of their last five games, so there is hope for a cleansheet.
6Josko GvardiolRBL@BMG11.5MI would recommend replacing Angeliño rather than guessing whether he starts or not every week.
7Borna SosaVFBvs WOB12M
8Evan NdickaSGE@B0412MSince this fixture tends to be high-scoring, you will have to rely on Ndicka getting an attacking return or bonus for a good score. Thankfully, Ndicka is the defender with the most goals in the league (4G, 4A), is a massive threat from set-pieces, and Leverkusen are the worst set-piece defending team in the league (14 goals conceded) after Fürth (19).
9Ramy BensebainiBMGvs RBL10.9M
10Mitchel BakkerB04vs SGE6.1M



1Marcel LotkaBSC@DSC1.6MArminia's attack is in a downward spiral, having scored two goals in their last eight games; meanwhile, Hertha have kept a cleansheet in each of their last two games. You do the math.
2Frederik RønnowFCUvs SGF2.9MConfirmed that he will play every game until the end of the season.
3Mark FlekkenSCF@TSG8.5M
4Marwin HitzBVBvs BOC1MBochum haven't scored in 300 minutes, but knowing Dortmund, they will probably concede in this game.
5Stefan OrtegaDSCvs BSC7.9MThe massive game I was expecting from Ortega didn't come against Bayern and FC Köln but maybe he will find some luck in his this time around.

Value Rankings


1Marco RichterMIDBSC@DSC8.2MFancy a differential? Richter was popular for spamming a ton of shots every game, and although things have changed since he joined Hertha, a game against Arminia, who are only second to Fürth in terms of shots conceded, suits his style of play.
2Manuel RiemannGKPBOC@BVB6.1MHe has been quiet over the last few games but will be busy this week against a frontline consisting of Haaland and Reus. consisting
3Marvin SchwäbeGKPKOE@FCA1.6M
4Jan ThielmannMIDKOE@FCA3.7MPredicted to play OOP as a striker just like Wimmer this week.
5Yannick GerhardtMIDWOB@VFB7.1MGerhardt was a regular in Bundesliga Fantasy last season but has been in and out of the starting XI since then. Now he has three assists in the same number of starts.
7Atakan KarazorDEFVFBvs WOB2.2MThe enabler with the best floor in the game. Guaranteed five points minimum in almost every match.
8Eric Maxim Choupo-MotingFWDFCB@M055.6MWorth a shout as a differential for a week.
9Gonçalo PaciênciaFWDSGE@B043.7M
10Reinier JesusMIDBVBvs BOC5.1MHe either has a breakout game or finishes with a two-pointer. There is no way to predict it.

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