Bayern Munich, RB Leipzig and SC Freiburg might’ve been at the receiving end of some embarrassing losses last week. Still, we expect their players to come good again in our Bundesliga Fantasy player rankings for matchday 13.



1Robert LewandowskiFCBvs DSC19.6M
2Thomas MüllerFCBvs DSC17.2MMüller deserves more respect for averaging more fantasy points (13.6) and having more goal involvements (9) in the last five Bundesliga games than Lewandowski (12.6 points, seven goal involvements).
3Andrej KramarićTSG@SGF15.8MHoffenheim have a terrible away record with just one win in six games but opponents Greuther Fürth are awful regardless of whether they play at home or away and are winless even after 12 games.

Ilhas Bebou is also worth a shout as a differential since he loves scoring against bottom feeders.
4Leroy SanéFCBvs DSC15.7MSané is in a bit of a slump, but I am willing to give him another chance in a game where Bayern should dominate.
5Jonathan BurkardtM05@VFB7.5MDouble digit scores in each of his last four games, and with a matchup against Stuttgart, who have conceded the most shots, I think he will extend his run to five games.
6Patrick SchickB04@RBL14.6MI don't think he is fully fit to play the entire game but is still incredibly tempting against a Leipzig defence missing both their center-backs in Orban and Simakan, goalkeeper Gulácsi and possibly Gvardiol as well.
7Taiwo AwoniyiFCU@SGE8.8MAlthough I've recommended Awoniyi because he is Union's talisman and has eight goals in 12 games, a bit of research has revealed that Max Kruse has a brace in each of his last two games against Frankfurt, which is incredible.

Both strikers have great upside, especially if Hinteregger is out for this game.
8Anthony ModesteKOEvs BMG8.4M
9Alassane PléaBMG@KOE13.8M
10Marco ReusBVB@WOB15.2MReus is rarely ever considered as a serious pick in fantasy because he is listed as a forward rather than a midfielder, but he has scored below 7 points just once this season and is Dortmund's best shot at scoring goals in Haaland's absence.
BonusLukas NmechaWOBvs BVB9.2MNmecha has a goal in all but one game under Kohfeldt but Dortmund's defence should receive a significant boost this week with the return of Hummels.



1Christopher NkunkuRBLvs B0416.2MI can overlook his one point performance against Hoffenheim after his brace and assist against Club Brugge in the Champions League (hoping for a similar performance against Leverkusen!)
2Jonas HofmannBMG@KOE14.1MI am skeptical of Borussia's away form even though Koln are winless in their last five games. That being said, Hofmann is in the form of his life and should be considered regardless.
3Filip KostićSGEvs FCU16MManagers doubt Kostić but he keeps performing even when you least expect it. If you own Kostić this week, you will have the star flexibility of Hofmann-Goretzka-Kostić-Nkunku this week so you won't have to worry about your fixture proof midfielder raining on your parade with a one point performance again.
4Leon GoretzkaFCBvs DSC15.4MAs long as Sabitzer doesn't start alongside him again, I wouldn't be too worried about him not being attacking enough.
5Florian WirtzB04@RBL12.8MPrevailing wisdom says that Wirtz has a tough fixture but his 13 point haul with no return against Bochum and two assists against Celtic in the Europa League makes me think otherwise.
6Lars StindlBMG@KOE13.7MStindl is a pure high risk, high reward pick. He either gets subbed off at HT or plays a match winning performance for the team.

If you are planning to bring him in, you should also know that he is one yellow card away from suspension.
7Daniel CaligiuriFCA@BSC9.8MCaligiuri will be underowned against Hertha who have conceded the most set-piece goals so far with eight and could be incredibly dangerous from his set-pieces.
8Julian BrandtBVB@WOB11M
9Vincenzo GrifoSCF@BOC13.7MWirtz' performance against Bochum will certainly tempt some to bring Grifo in but there is a stark contrast in how the Bochum defence performs home and away. They've conceded the least goals at home with three but the second-highest goals away from home with 16.
10Jean-Paul BoëtiusM05@VFB7.4MBoëtius has been in a serious slump this season with zero goals and assists despite being an attack-minded midfielder. But if he had to finally get a goal involvement then I think it might be in this game.



1Alphonso DaviesFCBvs DSC14.6MBayern haven't kept a cleansheet in their last six games across all competitions and I don't expect it in this game either but I would hate to miss out on a Davies haul like his 19 pointer without a return against Freiburg.
2Christian GünterSCF@BOC12.7MThe best away defence against the best home defence? This game might be a 0-0 after all.
3Kevin AkpogumaTSG@SGF5.8MAkpoguma does a bit of everything for the team. Win duels, score goals, take lots of shots and create chances. He is what we thought Sosa would be this season and is an extremely underrated pick.
4Raphaël GuerreiroBVB@WOB14.6MHe is doubtful so it is best to wait for more news till the deadline.
5Niko GießelmannFCU@SGE5.1M
6Silvan WidmerM05@VFB7.7MStuttgart have created a grand total of zero big chances in their last 4 games and although Mainz haven't kept a cleansheet in their last seven games, I am willing to punt on a defender from the early game.
7Jeremie FrimpongB04@RBL8.2MOutside chance for a cleansheet this week.
8Paulo OtávioWOBvs BVB10.6M
9Ramy BensebainiBMG@KOE10.8M
10Borna SosaVFBvs M0510.9MI certainly don't expect Stuttgart to turn their winless form around in one game but stranger things have happened.



1Mark FlekkenSCF@BOC7.4M
2Manuel RiemannBOCvs SCF5.6M
3Lukáš HrádeckýB04@RBL9.5MThis game could end either way but you can always expect lots of save points from Hrádecký.
4Robin ZentnerM05@VFB6.5M
5Pavao PervanWOBvs BVB1MThe best out of all the enabler keepers.

Value Rankings


1Aarón MartínDEFM05@VFB3.2M
2Maximilian MittelstädtDEFBSCvs FCA7.1MIf you can put Mittelstädt's blank last week behind you, he could actually be a great differential pick for the upcoming weeks with games against Augsburg, Stuttgart and Arminia.
4Dennis GeigerMIDTSG@SGF6.2MDefensive midfielders aren't exactly the best picks when it comes to Bundesliga Fantasy but thanks to DNL Fantasy, we now know that defensive midfielders are averaging 12.6 points in the last eight matches against Greuther Fürth.
5André HahnMIDFCA@BSC8.4MNow that he is expected to play OOP as a striker again, he is a serious mid-range midfield option.
6Florian KainzMIDKOEvs BMG8.5M
7Erhan MašovićDEFBOCvs SCF1.4MBochum's cheapest defender but one yellow away from suspension.
8Eduard LöwenMIDBOCvs SCF5.8MHe is fairly consistent with attacking bonus points for someone that isn't involved too often in goals. Surprisingly, Freiburg have the highest expected goals allowed (xGA) with 4.41 and shots conceded over the last two weeks with 42, so he could have a high floor game again.
9Josep MartínezGKPRBLvs B041M
10Marvin SchwäbeGKPKOEvs BMG1MOther than Funk, Schwäbe might stick around in the first XI for the longest since Horn is out for the Hinrunde or till MD17.
BonusOmar MarmoushFWDVFBvs M053.6MI feel like if someone had to bust my Mainz cleansheet for the eighth time in a row then it would be this guy.

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