With the final matchday left before we get unlimited transfers, we look at the best players, including differentials to consider in Bundesliga Fantasy for matchday 7.
|1||Jamal Musiala||FCB||@FCA||13M||With the form he is in this season (six goals and three assists from six starts), you will want a piece of him as long as he starts.|
|2||Leroy Sané||FCB||@FCA||14.9M||Over the last three games for Bayern, Mane has been outshot and has fewer key passes than every other forward that started with him (except for Muller having one key pass less against Inter). His form is on the decline meanwhile Sané has been putting on a show in the UCL with goals against Inter and Barcelona. This isn't a bad week to hoard on Bayern players and if I had to select another Bayern forward, Sané would be the second name on my list.|
|3||Sheraldo Becker||FCU||vs WOB||10.5M||Slowly solidifying himself as the best forward at Union Berlin.|
|4||Patrik Schick||B04||vs SVW||15.7M||So, Leverkusen managed to beat Mainz away with nine men, then lost to Freiburg and Brugge, drew against Hertha but managed to beat Atlético Madrid?
This team is wildly unpredicted but I'm keeping faith in Schick as an elite forward against Werder Bremen, but if you want to head to safer pastures this week, I won't blame you.
|5||Anthony Modeste||BVB||vs S04||12.2M||He has been failing to even hit the target lately but has a good chance to turn his form around against Schalke and should get plenty of chances to do so.|
|6||Randal Kolo Muani||SGE||@VFB||11.2M||Fun fact: Kolo Muani has been involved in 6/11 Frankfurt goals this season. That is 54%.|
|7||Karim Onisiwo||M05||vs BSC||9.8M||If you are in the mood for gambling.|
|8||Michael Gregoritsch||SCF||@TSG||8.3M||Early sub risk?|
|9||Niclas Füllkrug||SVW||@B04||6.2M||Could score if the same Leverkusen side that drew 2-2 against Hertha turns up.|
|10||Serhou Guirassy||VFB||vs SGE||8.3M|
|1||Florian Kainz||KOE||@BOC||9.1M||He might've blanked last week, but I will look the other way because he plays Bochum. Also, you might want to go Koln heavy if you want star flexbility this week.|
|2||Marco Reus||BVB||vs S04||15.3M||This is the best version of Marco Reus we have seen in a while and most importantly, he has also been injury-free so far.|
|4||Vincenzo Grifo||SCF||@TSG||14.6M||Plays last so he offers star flexibility in a week with the lack of it. Worth noting, however, that Hoffenheim have quietly sneaked up to fourth and have won their last 4/5 games.|
|5||Joshua Kimmich||FCB||@FCA||16.6M||Less involved than I would've hoped since Goretzka has been starting but few viable midfielders have a better matchup than him against the team that has conceded the most shots after Bochum.|
|6||Dejan Ljubičić||KOE||@BOC||7.7M||It might come as a surprise to some but the top-scorer but Koln so far is Ljubičić with four goals and not Kainz with two. He is averaging 0.55 goals every 90 minutes.|
|7||Giovanni Reyna||BVB||vs S04||11.7M||With just one week left before unlimited transfers, Reyna might not be the worst punt.|
|9||Dominik Szoboszlai||RBL||@BMG||12.1M||Szoboszlai is going to be a real star under Rose so I wouldn't hesitate to pick him up if you need a differential. Sommer is pretty much the only thing coming between Borussia conceding 3-4 goals.|
|10||Jonas Hofmann||BMG||vs RBL||14.6M|
|1||Alphonso Davies||FCB||@FCA||16M||The team that has conceded the least goals goes up against the team that has scored the least goals. I can see this match go only one way.|
|2||Raphael Guerreiro||BVB||vs S04||12.4M||Guerreiro hasn't been at his goal-scoring or goal-creating best but Schalke is the team he has the most goal involvements against in his career with four goals and three assists in nine games. Five of those returns have come in his last three Bundesliga games against them and although this Schalke team is much better than the one that got relegated, he had 12 and 20 points in his last two games against the Blues. Not bad for a full-back.|
|3||Noussair Mazraoui||FCB||@FCA||10.7M||The best cleansheet odds this week by far. He isn't Pavard but has always been seen as more attacking than him.|
|5||Christopher Trimmel||FCU||vs WOB||9.8M||Should be nailed and is also in good form with scores of 15 and 17 in his last two games.|
|6||Aarón Martín||M05||vs BSC||8.1M||Best defender from the early fixture.|
|8||Jeremie Frimpong||B04||vs SVW||11.2M||Expected to play on the right-wing again and is the biggest boom or bust pick this week.|
|10||Nico Schlotterbeck||BVB||vs S04||12.3M|
|1||Manuel Riemann||BOC||vs KOE||9M||There are rumours of him being dropped but it is hard to believe because the Bochum defence would be so much worse without him. Even more so if they decide to play three of their worst defenders this week.|
|2||Yann Sommer||BMG||vs RBL||9.8M||His performance against Bayern wasn't a fluke. He has an unreal 89.7% save percentage this season.|
|3||Frederik Rønnow||FCU||vs WOB||6M||Wolfsburg have only scored one away goal this season.|
|4||Mark Flekken||SCF||@TSG||11M||If you need a keeper with a standalone fixture.|
|5||Alexander Meyer||BVB||vs S04||2.3M|
|1||Jordan Siebatcheu||FWD||FCU||vs WOB||7.7M||He might still be on penalties?|
|3||Stefan Tigges||FWD||KOE||@BOC||3.8M||Predicted to play up top with Thielmann who is a good budget pick, too.|
|4||Anton Stach||MID||M05||vs BSC||9.5M||If you are picking a Mainz midfielder, it is either Stach or Fulgini and Stach isn't half bad.|
|6||Niko Gießelmann||DEF||FCU||vs WOB||7.1M||Don't be surprised if Ryerson starts over him.|
|8||Paulo Otávio||DEF||WOB||@FCU||7M||In the highly unlikely event that Wolfsburg somehow keep a cleansheet.|
|10||Marius Wolf||MID||BVB||vs S04||6.2M|
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