Just two matchdays remain in Bundesliga Fantasy and with only two individual fixtures in matchday 33 – Mainz Vs Dortmund and Leipzig Vs Wolfsburg, players from the home teams Leipzig and Dortmund stand out as premier options for the week.



1Robert LewandowskiFCB@SCF26.2MConsidering how motivated he is now, I am sure he gets those 2 goals in the last two games to break the record. He is also yellow card away from suspension but does it really matter?
2André SilvaSGE@S0421.6MHe could possibly be a better star option than the guy above but is doubtful for the game.
3Thomas MüllerFCB@SCF24.1M
4Erling HaalandBVB@M0522.5MThe best forward from the only two individual fixtures this week on Sunday but be wary of how good Mainz have been under Bo Svensson.
5Andrej KramarićTSG@DSC18.9MOnly Ortega stands in the way of Arminia conceding multiple goals every game and they will still give up plenty of chances for Hoffenheim to score. However, Kramarić loses most of his appeal if he plays wide in the absence of Baumgartner and with Skov possibly taking over the set-pieces again.
6Marcus ThuramBMGVs VFB16.1MStuttgart would've conceded a lot more goals against Augsburg last week with the current backline if it wasn't for Bredlow saving 8 of the 21 shots they conceded.
7Wout WeghorstWOB@RBL21.6MIf historical results are anything to go by, Wolfsburg find it difficult to score goals away against Leipzig (only one goal scored at the Red Bull arena in their last four away games).
8Saša KalajdžićVFB@BMG8.2M
9Patrick SchickB04Vs FCU16.1MUnion have turned into a punching bag for home teams averaging almost three goals conceded in their last four away games but most of the Leverkusen attackers are out of form except the injured Bailey so not expecting too many goals in this game.
10Sebastian AnderssonKOE@BSC9.3M



1Filip KostićSGE@S0420.7MIf he doesn't get 15+ points in this game then I will be disappointed. No doubt for me that he is the best midfielder for this matchday even with the rare blank last week.
2Christopher NkunkuRBLVs WOB17.9MSancho or Nkunku is a must for star flexibility this week.
3Jadon SanchoBVB@M0521.7MDortmund are the most in-form team in the league right now winning each of their last six games and Sancho is their most in-form player with a brace in each of his last two games. Even though a win isn't guaranteed there should be goals in this fixture.
4Daichi KamadaSGE@S0415.1MA midfield double up with Kamada could be worth it if you expect Frankfurt to thrash Schalke like every other team does. Younes is also a differential option to consider at just 7.5M.
5Lars StindlBMGVs VFB16.1MOnly Borussia can beat a team 5-0 then lose 6-0 the next match but I think they should bounce back with Stindl returning against a weakened Stuttgart backline.
6Dani OlmoRBLVs WOB19.5M
7Leroy SanéFCB@SCF19.9MA chance for Sané to turn his form around in a game that Bayern should dominate.
8Ritsu DoanDSCVs TSG10.7MIf the worst attack in the league is capable of scoring two away goals against Hoffenheim then that makes Arminia capable of scoring against them as well.
9Ondrej DudaKOE@BSC9.9MWhether he is still the first choice for penalties is yet to be seen but Koln is the only team with the privilege to face Schalke on the final matchday.
10Marco RichterFCAVs SVW10.3MRichter's floor is so high he had 9 points just for attempts last week and finished on 13 without any goal involvement.



1David AlabaFCB@SCF13MA bit of a surprise pick for #1 but Alaba is an amazing fantasy asset when he plays as a midfielder. He has full freedom to bomb forward in attack from midfield and has double-digit hauls in his last three games as a midfield general at an average of 16 points a game. With Goretzka ruled out for the season, OOP Alaba could be a big-hitter in the final two matchdays of the season.
2Raphaël GuerreiroBVB@M0518M
3Erik DurmSGE@S043.5MIt has been a while since Durm had a decent score but could cash in against Schalke.
4AngeliñoRBLVs WOB16.8MOne of the best defenders in fantasy this season but after his tussle with Nagelsmann he is never guaranteed to start a game or finish it.
5Borna SosaVFB@BMG5.9M
6Ludwig AugustinssonSVW@FCA9.4M
7Paulo OtávioWOB@RBL9.6MRegardless of whether he keeps a clean sheet or not, Otávio is still good for a minimum of five points with the number of duels he wins.
8Ramy BensebainiBMGVs VFB12.7M
9Pavel KadeřábekTSG@DSC10.1M
10Jannes HornKOE@BSC1.3MI wouldn't bet on Köln keeping a clean sheet but Horn could be a good enabler against Hertha as they don't have a single first choice attacker fit with Cunha, Darida, Cordoba, Lukebakio and Piątek all injured and the team will rely on their youngsters to score goals in this game.



1Stefan OrtegaDSCVs TSG7.6MArminia's survival in the Bundesliga rests almost entirely on their defense and captain Stefan Ortega. Expecting him to put in a big shift again.
2Gregor KobelVFB@BMG5.8MKobel is a doubt so keep an eye out for Fabian Bredlow (1.3M) who had 13 points in his last game if he starts.
3Robin ZentnerM05Vs BVB4.8MThe only keeper with an individual fixture below 10M.
4Mark FlekkenSCFVs FCB3.9MBayern are going to bombard Flekken for sure so he is a differential keeper for those who dare.
5Phillip PentkeTSG@DSC1MYou can only expect so much from a keeper that costs nothing.

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