The last matchday of the Bundesliga Fantasy season is here and it brings with it a lot of excitement. Everything comes down to this whether it is a top 10 finish you are chasing or your last chance to beat your colleagues and friends in a mini-league. Read on to find out more about our final player rankings for the 2021-2022 season!


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RankNameTeamOpponentValueComments
1Robert LewandowskiFCB@WOB25.8MThere are three things guaranteed in life: death, taxes and Lewandowski being involved in a goal everytime he plays Wolfsburg. Lewandowski has a goal involvement in every Bundesliga game against Wolfsburg since the match in 2015 when he scored five goals in nine minutes (20G, 4A in 12 games since) and he would like to go out with a bang to push his case for the Ballon d'Or this year.
2Patrick SchickB04vs SCF17.6MEven though Freiburg have had one of the best defences in the league this season, it is hard to overlook the fact that they have conceded 11 goals in their last three games. There is also added incentive for Schick to score goals in this game as he is one goal away (24) from breaking the record for the most goals set by a Leverkusen player in a Bundesliga season by Kießling (25) during his golden boot winning season in 12/13.
3Erling HaalandBVBvs BSC19.7MHis last game as a Dortmund player at the Signal Iduna Park so he would like to end this chapter on a high with a 70K+ strong crowd cheering for him.
4Anthony ModesteKOE@VFB11.9MStuttgart have everything to play for in this game but it isn't often that a coach highlights that his team could be vulnerable to crosses and headers which is more than half of Modeste's goals.
5Alassane PléaBMGvs TSG16.1MIt might come as a surprise to some but Hoffenheim have the worst form in the league with two points from their last six games and have also conceded the most goals (15) in the same time.
6Serge GnabryFCB@WOB18.4MVan de Ven was excellent against Köln but a matchup against Gnabry this week feels heavily one-sided. It isn't a bad week to double up on Bayern forwards as the expectation is that they will score plenty of goals like they always do against Wolfsburg.
7Moussa DiabyB04vs SCF16.2MLeverkusen have the most in-form attack in the league right now and Diaby is playing at the same level as his peak with three assists and a goal in last two games.
8André SilvaRBL@DSC17.8MDespite a fiery start under Tedesco, Silva has cooled down considerably even struggling to make the starting XI. If he starts again this week, he could be a good differential because this might be an open-ended game with Arminia almost confirmed relegated.
9Saša KalajdžićVFBvs KOE12.4MIn a must-win game for Stuttgart, they can only rely on their top-scorer to get them goals.
10Marco ReusBVBvs BSC17.6M




Midfielders

 

RankNameTeamOpponentValueComments
1Christopher NkunkuRBL@DSC20.1MEven though his name hasn't been spoken about with the same confidence as Benzema and Lewandowski for the Ballon d'Or and Bundesliga POTY, he remains a dark horse with a career-best 34 goals and 20 assists in 50 games across all competitions this season.
2Jonas HofmannBMGvs TSG16.3MDepending on which team you expect to score more goals, Hofmann could be a better star choice than Nkunku.
3Jamal MusialaFCB@WOB13MBayern have scored an average of 4.2 goals in their last five games against Wolfsburg so we know that there will be goals for sure and Musiala could be a good differential should he start.
4Julian BrandtBVBvs BSC12.9MBrandt has really found his shooting boots over the past few games with four goals and two assists in his last five and will want to end the season on a good note.
5Dani OlmoRBL@DSC12.8MOlmo has been underwhelming to say the least this season but a game against the team that has conceded the most shots this season makes him a differential to consider.
6Anton StachM05vs SGE7.2M
7Vincenzo GrifoSCF@B0417.5M
8David RaumTSG@BMG13M
9Filip KostićSGE@M0519MI wish I could rank him higher but he has a game against the best home defence in the league and the Europa League final is just a few days away so he could play limited minutes.
10Grischa PrömelFCUvs BOC7.9MHis recent goals are no fluke as he is always lurking in the box to pounce on any chances and Bochum will be wary of that.

Defenders

 

RankNameTeamOpponentValueComments
1Alphonso DaviesFCB@WOB15MProbably the best star defender if you want to play it safe.
2Nordi MukieleRBL@DSC10.7MMukiele's 25 point haul last week was a real throwback for Bundesliga Fantasy managers who have been playing for a while now. He offers a good mix of attacking and defensive potential this week facing the most weakest team in the league right now.
3Borna SosaVFBvs KOE12.5MThe Sosa-Sasa duo is going to be very active this week in attack so I expect plenty of bonus points for Sosa.
4Christopher TrimmelFCUvs BOC11.3M
5Daniel BrosinskiM05vs SGE3.3MMainz have the best defensive record at home while Frankfurt have failed to score in each of their last three away games. Despite some rotation, I still expect Mainz to keep a cleansheet. Plus, Brosinski could be on penalties too.
6Raphael GuerreiroBVBvs BSC14.2MI don't think third or even fourth time lucky works if you are a Dortmund defender but a game against Hertha isn't the worth matchup possible.
7Mads PedersenFCAvs SGF3.8MIt isn't often that you will see a defender play OOP up top as a winger and the last time he got this chance in a home game he had a goal, assists and cleansheet finishing on 26 points against Wolfsburg.
8Christian GünterSCF@B0413.9MGünter has been reliant on his goal involvements for good scores so I am not too positive this week even though this could be a game with plenty of goals.
9Ramy BensebainiBMGvs TSG10.9M
10Evan NdickaSGE@M0511.8M




Goalkeepers

 

RankNameTeamOpponentValueComments
1Yann SommerBMGvs TSG10.3M
2Péter GulácsiRBL@DSC11.3MBest fixture this week although Arminia have suddenly learnt how to score again.
3Rafal GIkiewiczFCAvs SGF6.4M
4Michael Esser BOC@FCU1MI think Esser is the greatest goalkeeper ever in Bundesliga Fantasy so he deserves a spot in the rankings. I am totally not being bias.
5Stefan OrtegaDSCvs RBL8.2MIt will take a miracle for Arminia to survive relegation but maybe Ortega has one big performance left in him in possibly his last game for the club.

Value Rankings

 

RankNamePositionTeamOpponentValueComments
1Josip StanišićDEFFCB@WOB1.4MStanišić has only started in five games this season, but he is averaging eight points in those games. He is a great option if you want a Bayern defender but don't want to spend 10M+ for it.
2Sheraldo BeckerFWDFCUvs BOC6.9MBecker is one of the unsung heroes of this season. He has three assists and two goals in his last five games while averaging 10.6 points per game. I think he could continue his good run against Bochum whose away performance is less spoken about the better.
3Marvin SchwäbeGKPKOE@VFB1.6M
4IagoDEFFCAvs SGF7.9MNot playing OOP like Pedersen but just as capable.
5Marwin HitzGKPBVBvs BSC1M
6Jonathan BurkardtFWDM05vs SGE9.8M
7Benno SchmitzDEFKOE@VFB4.8MStuttgart will desperately search for a goal in this game but the fact remains that they have failed to score in three of their last five games.
8Michael GregoritschFWDFCAvs SGF8.1M
9Gerrit HoltmannMIDBOC@FCU6.4M
10Branimir HrgotaFWDSGF@FCA8.6MHrgota deserves more credit for being involved in 14 goals for a dysfunctional club that has scored just 27 times all season.

You can find additional Bundesliga Fantasy resources for the 21/22 season here.

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