Read on to find out the top 10 players in each position in our Bundesliga Fantasy player rankings for matchday 2.



1Harry KaneFCBvs FCA15.4MA goal, an assist and six shots. A debut can't get any better and if there was still some doubt that Augsburg might make it tough for Bayern to score in the derby, they have scored an average of 3.2 goals over the last seven home games in the Bundesliga against the Fuggerstädter. If you are still worried, don't forget that they conceded four goals at home against a new look Borussia team.
2Loïs OpendaRBLvs VFB14.2MYes, Stuttgart kept a cleansheet against Bochum but I think it was more about Bochum being awful (they lost to third division Arminia a few days ago) than Stuttgart's defence being good. This is still one of the worst backlines on paper and I think Leipzig will expose them. A good ceiling game for Openda and I think he is the best alternate forward star for the week.
3Sébastien HallerBVB@BOC14MEasy hold against Bochum.
4Leroy SanéFCB@FCA14.4MI preferred Gnabry initially but he might come off the bench again and Sané in Musiala's playmaking role is even more tempting. Seriously considering doubling up with him and Kane.
5Donyell MalenBVB@BOC14.2MFun fact: Both Haller and Malen have never scored in their two games against Bochum across the Bundesliga and DFB Pokal but I think that changes this week.
6Andrej KramarićTSG@FCH12.3MHoffenheim added some interesting new names to their front line but MD1 was enough proof that their attack still relies heavily on Kramarić. Even more so now that Baumgartner is gone.
7Kevin BehrensFCU@SVD9.4MI am not fully convinced of Behrens even though he got a hattrick last week but adding him because it is a great game on paper. He had four shots against Mainz and he won't be so accurate everytime.
8Victor BonifaceB04@BMG12.2M
9Michael GregoritschSCFvs SVW12.3MSpammed eight shots against Hoffenheim so the goals will come eventually.
10Jonas WindWOB@M0510.4M



1Julian BrandtBVB@BOC15.3MBrandt had a hand in almost everything BVB did right last week with two shots and six key passes. If Bochum managed to conceded five goals against Stuttgart who are considered as one of the relegation contenders, I can't imagine how they can turn their performance around in a week against title contenders.
2Dani OlmoRBLvs VFB14.1MA matchup against Stenzel must be every winger in the Bundesliga's dream.
3Jonas HofmannB04@BMG15.3MI was leaning Wirtz last week but it looks like Hofmann might be an even more important player for Leverkusen in attack this season.
4Florian WirtzB04@BMG14.3MYes, there are no midfielders under 14M in the top 5 for me this week. The midfield options are just that bad.
5Vincenzo GrifoSCFvs SVW15.2M
6Rolland SallaiSCFvs SVW9.4MWorth a shout against weaker teams but I still prefer Grifo.
7Xavi SimonsRBLvs VFB12.6MSimons wasn't at his best last week but one bad game isn't enough to define him and you can pick him at a great discount this week.
8Joshua KimmichFCBvs FCA15.2MHard to see him justify his price unless Bayern manage to score four or more goals and he gets a goal involvement. Not that I am ruling it out.
9Florian KainzKOEvs WOB11M
10Brenden AaronsonFCU@SVD8.9MThe only attacking midfielder that Union Berlin have if you want one. Unfortunately, the team still relies on their full-backs to build the attack so he might not be able to make a big contribution.



1Alphonso DaviesFCBvs FCA15.4MAs much as I hate to admit it, Davies might be worth the extra money over Mazraoui. He won't get 32 points every week which was his career best but Bayern seemed to almost always attack from the left side.
2Josip JuranovićFCU@SVD9.9MArguably the best defence in the league against the worst attack = Easy cleansheet?
3Benjamin HenrichsRBLvs VFB11.2MRaum has his set-pieces but Henrichs more than makes up for it with the bonus points he gets. He had 10 points without a return last week.
4Jeremie FrimpongB04@BMG14.4MGrimaldo will come good eventually but I would still give Frimpong a higher chance to score or assist every week.
5Ramy BensebainiBVB@BOC11.9MBochum only managed four shots in total in a six-pointer. last week
6Noussair MazraouiFCBvs FCA11.3M
7Pavel KadeřábekTSG@FCH8.2MShowed some of his old form last week with two shots and three key passes for 10 points in a losing cause.
8Anthony CaciM05vs SGE7.1MConsidering that Frankfurt managed less shots than Darmstadt at home, I won't be surprised if Mainz manage to keep a cleansheet against a worn out Eagles team that played a UECL game midweek that might be without Kolo Muani by Sunday.
9Joakim MæhleWOB@KOE7.3M
10Philipp MaxSGE@M0510.3M



1Frederik RønnowFCU@SVD9.4MA cleansheet shouldn't be a problem unless he concedes a penalty or two.
2Kevin MüllerFCHvs TSG5.1MSaved six shots last week and now faces a team that loves to shoot but struggles to convert their chances.
3Gregor KobelBVB@BOC11.3M
4Noah Atubolu
SCFvs SVW6.4MAtubolu looks like he is one to watch for the future and this is probably the cheapest you can buy him this season as he is on sale.
5Janis BlaswichRBLvs VFB4.9M

Value Rankings


1Rasmus CarstensenDEFKOEvs WOB5MPredicted to play OOP as a winger.
2Mats HummelsDEFBVB@BOC9.4M
3Robin KnocheDEFFCU@SVD6.9M
4David Datro FofanaFWDFCU@SVD8.2MHe had more shots than Behrens last week but is overlooked because he hasn't scored yet.
5Kiliann SildilliaDEFSCFvs SVW5M
6Nathan NgoumouFWDBMGvs B046.3M
7Tim KleindienstFWDFCHvs TSG7.9MOutside chance for scoring this week.
8Sven UlreichGKPFCBvs FCA5M
9Omar TraoréDEFFCHvs TSG1MCheapest player predicted to start this week.
10Fraser HornbyFWDSVDvs FCU2.9M

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