We are one weekend full of football away from the final wildcard of the season and matchday 27 of Bundesliga Fantasy presents a great opportunity to pick differentials and gain ranks in your leagues.



1Robert LewandowskiFCBvs FCU24MThe last time these two sides met, the Bayern frontline was too hot to handle for the Jackel-Knocke-Baumgartl backline with the Bavarians scoring five goals with just six shots on target and every forward scored a goal at least:

Lewandowski (2G)
Müller (1G, 3A)
Coman (1G)
Sané (1G)

With a home game this time around, I expect Bayern to be even more dominant.
2Erling HaalandBVB@KOE18.6MLooked sharp against Mainz and will add to your star flexibility this week but I have a hunch that FC Köln will make it hard for him to score over here especially if Reus is out.
3Andrej KramarićTSG@BSC16.7MNew Hertha coach Felix Magath has a reputation for being strict and old-school and I can't see how that will go well with his unmotivated players. He is also infamous for leaving clubs in a much worse position than when he first joined and I think that says everything you need to know.
4Leroy SanéFCBvs FCU17.5M
5Saša KalajdžićVFBvs FCA11.5MOnly one player in the league has a goal or an assist in each of his last four games.
6André SilvaRBLvs SGE17.4M
7Moussa DiabyB04@WOB15.1MSince Wirtz and Frimpong's injury, Leverkusen have failed to score in each of their last two games and Diaby looks lacklustre to say the least despite his seven shot performance against Atalanta.
8Alassane PléaBMG@BOC15.2MPléa is on a hot streak but the Bundesliga's second-best defence at home will make life difficult.
9Jonathan BurkardtM05vs DSC8.7MA bit of a long shot considering that he hasn't scored in the last 11 matchdays but Arminia have been conceding an absurd number of shots lately and Burkardt could be a worthy punt if you expect goals in this game.
10Anthony ModesteKOEvs BVB10.4MHow ironic that Modeste scored in three games in a row and now hasn't scored in his last three games while averaging 2.3 shots per game after managers brought him in.



1Christopher NkunkuRBLvs SGE18.9M
2Vincenzo GrifoSCF@SGF16.4MWhen the league's best-attacking team from set-pieces (SCF, 16 goals scored) goes up against the worst defending team from dead ball situations (SGF, 18 goals conceded), it is hard to ignore one of the best set-piece specialists in the league. It is also worth noting that he has seven goals and three assists in seven games against Fürth but six of those games were in the second division.
3Filip KostićSGE@RBL18.2M
4David RaumTSG@BSC12.3MMore consistent, has more assists (8 vs 2) and key passes per game (2.6 vs 0.7) than Baumgartner.
5Joshua KimmichFCBvs FCU18.1MKimmich is averaging 12 points in his last three games but he is a bit of a troll so you never know when he will stop overperforming in terms of xG and xA.
6Christoph BaumgartnerTSG@BSC12.7MHas a higher ceiling, more goals (6 vs 2) and shots per game (1.4 vs 0.8) than Raum.
7Giovanni ReynaBVB@KOE10.6MReyna was a must-have at the start of the season when he played as an attacking midfielder and as long as he is nailed, he is the best midfielder from BVB.
8Kerem DemirbayB04@WOB13MDemirbay averages atleast one attacking return as an attacking midfielder and should have full dominance on set-pieces for the team.
9Dani OlmoRBLvs SGE12.5M
10Patrick WimmerDSC@M056.6MThree blanks in a row is a cause for concern and he is definitely not essential this week at least.



1Nico SchlotterbeckSCF@SGF10.5MNico is surprisingly the highest-scoring defender this season, plays for the best defence in the league and his away record is even better with 9.8 points on average.
2Aarón MartínM05vs DSC3.9M
3Borna SosaVFBvs FCA11.4MSosa has assisted each of Kalajdžić's last three goals and their partnership is reaching the old levels of last season. If you don't have him yet even after three double-digit returns in a row then you are missing out.
4Joško GvardiolRBLvs SGE11M
5Ramy BensebainiBMG@BOC10.7MBest defender from the early game.
6Raphaël GuerreiroBVB@KOE14.2M*If he starts*
7Pavel KadeřábekTSG@BSC9.9MA rout is more likely here than a new manager bounce so Kadeřábek could be a good differential.
8Moussa NiakhatéM05vs DSC7.2MAdded penalty threat.
9Dayot UpamecanoFCBvs FCU12.9M
10Mitchell BakkerB04@WOB6.3M



1Mark FlekkenSCF@SGF8.3M
2Robin ZentnerM05vs DSC6.6MArminia games have been a snoozefest as of late so I am not expecting too many saves, but a cleansheet is likely.
3Manuel RiemannBOC@SGE5.9MIt wouldn't surprise me if Bochum managed to keep a cleansheet in this game.
4Stefan OrtegaDSC@M058.4M
5Florian MüllerVFBvs FCA7.1M

Value Rankings


1Alexander HackDEFM05vs DSC5.1MDespite being a centre-back, Hack is third among goals for Mainz with three in just 17 starts. His goal threat, plus a game against Arminia, who have scored just once in their last five games, makes him one of the best budget picks for matchday 27.
2Ermedin DemirovićFWDSCF@SGF9.5MSix shots, five key passes, a goal and an assist in his last three games.
3Chris FührichMIDVFBvs FCA6M
4Tanguy NianzouDEFFCBvs FCU1M
5Joe ScallyDEFBMG@BOC2.1M
6Pavao PervanGKPWOBvs B041M
7Gerrit HoltmannMIDBOCvs BMG5.8MBorussia's defence is far from the best so Holtmann and Löwen are worth a shout if you want a Bochum attacker along with Polter.
8Marvin SchwäbeGKPKOEvs BVB1.3M
9Orel MangalaMIDVFBvs FCA7.9MAlthough it might be an outlier, five key passes and a shot in 30 minutes off the bench makes him deserving of a mention.

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