Which are the best players to consider in Bundesliga Fantasy for matchday 4? We take a look in our player rankings for the week.



1Harry KaneFCBvs B0415.9MThe opinion of the majority and goal-scoring odds indicate that Kane is the best forward this week. I am not entirely sure but I also don't have any counter arguments because Kane is definitely a big game player.
2Lois OpendaRBLvs FCA14.5MIf you want to go differential this week, I think Leipzig forwards could be a good option. Augsburg have the second-worst defence in the league and this could be the game with the most goals even though I expect only the home side to do all the scoring.
3Victor BonifaceB04@FCB13MThe toughest game possible for Boniface but still fully expecting him to spam shots and possibly get a goal. With the form Leverkusen are in, they should be able to get points off Bayern.
4Serhou GuirassyVFB@M0513MReliable and will probably be a must-have next matchday against Darmstadt but I don't think his ceiling is that high away against Mainz.
5Tomáš ČvančaraBMG@SVD12.3MWon't surprise me a bit if this game ends up being another goal fest like the 4-4 match on MD1 between BMG and FCA.
6Benjamin ŠeškoRBLvs FCA10.9MRB Leipzig might have a Haaland-esque player on their hands with Šeško and I might punt on him if he starts.
7Leroy SanéFCBvs B0415MSané has looked sharp lately so a double up of Bayern forwards is back on the cards again if you have the budget.
8Marvin DuckschSVW@FCH10.9M
9Andrej KramarićTSG@KOE12.8M
10Kevin BehrensFCU@WOB9.3M
BonusThomas MüllerFCBvs B0413.1MNot many people will consider Thomas Müller and it makes sense since he is a possible minutes risk if Musiala is fit but I had to mention him because his recent record against Leverkusen is incredible. Three goals and seven assists in his last nine games against them despite mostly playing only around 60 minutes in each match.



1Xavi SimonsRBLvs FCA14.8MWith Olmo out, he will have even more responsibility in attack and facing the worst team he will play against so far, I think he has another big score in him.
2Jan-Niklas BesteFCHvs SVW7.4MThere are more managers expecting a Weiser haul than a Beste one but I am not buying it because I can't imagine Heidenheim not fighting for three points in a six-pointer and their first home win in the Bundesliga.
3Jonas HofmannB04@FCB16.1MThe "Bayern Killer," how many players can gloat that the best record of their careers is against Bayern Munich? Hofmann almost single-handedly would win games for Borussia against Bayern and the numbers say it all. He has four goals and seven assists against them in just 15 games. With pretty much the best team he has ever played for, I think he can do even better.
4Julian BrandtBVB@SCF15.9M
5Chris FührichVFB@M059.6MThere aren't too many viable options in midfield this week so I am happy to roll with Führich during his purple patch. He has two goals and two assists from four games so far.
6Kevin StögerBOCvs SGE8.6MBochum is another team that I think has the potential to create an upset at home. The only problem with Stöger is that he plays Bayern and Leipzig in the next four matches.
7Vincenzo GrifoSCFvs BVB15.4M
8Florian WirtzB04@FCB15.1M
9Franck HonoratBMG@SVD11.2MFinally predicted to play on the wing instead of wing-back so I prefer him over Ngoumou if you have the budget to spare.
10Florian KainzKOEvs TSG11M



1Benjamin HenrichsRBLvs FCA12MIf you haven't realized yet, Henrichs has been almost as good as Davies and Frimpong despite not being involved in goals as often. With games against Augsburg, Borussia and Bochum before the next set of unlimited transfers, he is a must-have according to me.
2Alphonso DaviesFCBvs B0415.9MGiving him the slight edge over Frimpong because of the home game.
3David RaumRBLvs FCA11.6MAlthough they are missing Orban, I think Henrichs+Raum could be a good double up at least for this week.
4Jeremie FrimpongB04@FCB15.1M
5Mitchell WeiserSVW@FCH9.5MNot expecting a cleansheet but he could certainly do some damage with bonus points. Also on sale this week.
6Robin GosensFCU@WOB11.2M
7Rasmus CarstensenKOEvs TSG5.1MAccording to Bundesliga BP on Twitter, Carstensen surprisingly has the highest predicted points among defenders this week at 9.32. Raum and Henrichs are behind him.
8Pascal StenzelVFB@M054.1M
9Ramy BensebainiBVB@SCF13.4M
10Ko ItakuraBMG@SVD7.9M



1Oliver BaumannTSG@KOE8.7MMost in-form keeper in the league currently with an average of six shots saved per game.
2Kevin MüllerFCHvs SVW5.2M
3Janis BlaswichRBLvs FCA5M
4Moritz NicolasBMG@SVD1.1M
5Marcel SchuhenSVDvs BMG4.8MWill have plenty of shots to save because Borussia are toothless.

Value Rankings


1Nathan NgoumouMIDBMG@SVD6.2M
2Pavel KadeřábekDEFTSG@KOE8.2MFC Köln have only scored two goals so far.
3Emil ForsbergFWDRBLvs FCA9M
4Enzo MillotMIDVFB@M058M
5Omar MarmoushFWDSGE@BOC10.2M
6Phillipp MweneDEFM05@VFB6MCould end up with a big score if Mainz pull a surprise when you least expect it as always.
7Omar TraoréDEFFCH@BVB1MCheapest defender predicted to start this week.
8Oscar VilhelmssonFWDSVDvs BMG1.9MCheapest forward predicted to start this week.
9Niels NkounkouDEFSGE@BOC9M
10Dawid KownackiFWDSVW@FCH7.1MPassed the eye test last matchday but don't even consider him unless you expect Werder Bremen to score at least 2-3 goals.

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