It is an important matchday for teams on both ends of the table, especially those at the bottom with a six-pointer as Stuttgart take on Hertha. But which team will come out on top and which are the best players to consider? We take a look in our Bundesliga Fantasy player rankings for matchday 31.



1Serge GnabryFCB@SVW17.2MAjorque is angling for the top spot with his form but Schalke were better than expected last week and if I had to pick a forward who could outscore him in MD31 it would probably be Gnabry. He is playing up top, has led Bayern for shots in each of his last three starts while scoring 16, 10 and 10 points. Not to forget that he also loves playing against his old teams and had a hattrick in the reverse fixture.
2Ludovic AjorqueM05vs S0410.3MThe top two forwards are most likely a lock for me this week.
3Moussa DiabyB04vs KOE14.8M
4Kingsley ComanFCB@SVW14.6M
5Donyell MalenBVBvs WOB13.8MSlightly skeptical about Malen because Wolfsburg have been great defensively but then again Dortmund have the most in-form attack so I might just roll with Malen and see how it goes. The star flexibility is a plus as he plays last.
6Dani OlmoRBL@SCF13.2M1G+3A in the midweek Pokal game against Freiburg just a few days ago. Werner also has a tendency to ghost against tough teams.
7Serhou GuirassyVFB@BSC8.9MAnything less than three points would be unacceptable for both teams so Guirassy is an interesting punt. I can see plenty of goals in this game.
8Randal Kolo MuaniSGE@TSG15M
9Alasanne PleaBMGvs BOC12.5MIt is hard to believe that it has been over half a season since he last scored but if he has to again, it would probably be in this game.
10Andrej KramarićTSGvs SGE14.7MMassively overlooked because most popular forwards have a good game but I think Hoffenheim could get a win here. Eintracht Frankfurt haven't won any of their last 10 Bundesliga games and only Hertha (16) and Schalke (13) have conceded more goals than them (12) over the last six matches.



1Christopher NkunkuRBL@SCF17.3MI prefer Nkunku's consistency over Hofmann's ceiling this week.
2Jonas HofmannBMGvs BOC17.1MEverything is pointing towards a Hofmann haul but I am not too sure about it anymore.
3Florian WirtzB04vs KOE14.1M
4Dominic SzoboszlaiRBL@SCF15.5MScored two goals in the Pokal game and is also available on sale. One of my nailed on transfers for this week.
5Joshua KimmichFCB@SVW19.6M
6Jude BellinghamBVBvs WOB17.1M
7Lars StindlBMGvs BOC11.8MThis either ends 4-0 for Borussia or 0-2. There is no in between.
8Anton StachM05vs S0411MHe is a bit inconsistent but fully expecting him to spam shots against Schalke.
9Christoph BaumgartnerTSGvs SGE14.8M
10Vincenzo GrifoSCFvs RBL18M



1João CanceloFCB@SVW14.4M
2Jeremie FrimpongB04vs KOE14.6M
3Josip JuranovicFCU@FCA8.5MAugsburg have scored in each of their last eight Bundesliga games but I think the run ends here. Also worth keeping in mind that Augsburg and Hertha have conceded the most goals from set-pieces this season with 17 each.
4Raphael GuerreiroBVBvs WOB14.5MSlightly doubtful so keep an eye on whether he starts or not.
5Ramy BensebainiBMGvs BOC12.5M
6Borna SosaVFB@BSC13.6MLess optimistic about the cleansheet as Dino is out but he did have seven keypasses in the last game and I am expecting this game to be a goal fest.
7Jérôme RoussillonFCU@FCA6.8M
8Benjamin HenrichsSVW@SCF10.5M
9Noussair MazraouiFCB@SVW10.3M
10Anthony CaciM05vs S046.8MVery high cleansheet odds (40%) but I doubt that Schalke go goalless when staring relegation in the face.



1Frederik RønnowFCU@FCA7.6M
2Lukas HradeckyB04vs KOE11.2MIf I had to pick a keeper with star flexibility this week.
3Fabian BredlowVFB@BSC1M
4Jonas OmlinBMGvs BOC7.4MDoubtful.
5Mark FlekkenSCFvs RBL12.3MFlekken is like the Szoboszlai of keepers. 18, 9, 8, 9 in the last four and consistently gets above seven points even without a cleansheet.

Value Rankings


1Mitchel BakkerDEFB04vs KOE10.1M
2Janis BlaswichGKPRBL@SCF3.1M
3Kevin BehrensFWDFCU@FCA5.9M
4Josha VagnomanDEFVFB@BSC4.2M
5Jan OlschowskyGKPBMGvs BOC1MCould replace Omlin if he is out.
6Kevin StögerMIDBOC@BMG8.1M
7Felix NmechaMIDWOB@BVB4.6MA no-brainer if you need a midfielder under 5M.
8Dodi LukebakioFWDBSCvs VFB9.3MThings haven't gone in Hertha's favour this season but Mavropanos being out and Zagadou starting is a small win for them.
9Marius BülterFWDS04@M055.7MAn alternative would be Zalazar if you want a Schalke midfielder.
10Christopher LenzDEFSGE@TSG7.4M

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