A game against bottom-ranked Greuther Fürth is as good as it gets for Lewandowski & Co as the Bayern Munich players top the charts in our Bundesliga Fantasy player rankings for matchday 6.



1Robert LewandowskiFCB@SGF18.1MIt doesn't happen often that Bayern score seven goals and Lewandowski scores only one of them. Expecting a big game from him this time in the best possible fixture in Fantasy this season.
2Erling HaalandBVB@BMG17.8MThis fixture has always been a high-scoring affair at least for Dortmund and against an underwhelming Borussia defence with Zakaria possible playing as a center-back, I'd expect Haaland to continue his run of three consecutive games with 15+ points again. The best part is that he has an individual fixture in case you have two Bayern forwards. Not expecting to star him though since Lewandowski should do the trick.
3Thomas MüllerFCB@SGF15.9MLewandowski needs someone to help him score goals against Fürth and there is no one else he can rely on more than Müller.
4Leroy SanéFCB@SGF14.5MSané has been playing the best football of his career ever since he moved to his preferred position of left-wing again with 5 goals and 7 assists in just 8 games for club and NT but surely playing on the right to accommodate Davies shouldn't have a big effect on him?
5Anthony ModesteKOE@SGE7.3MI think that in-form FC Köln will run through winless Frankfurt and it is high time that managers consider Modeste seriously now that the entire attack is just built around him.
6André SilvaRBLvs BSC15.1M
7Wout WeghorstWOB@TSG15.2MDoes well when you least expect and it might be one of those weeks again since he plays Hoffenheim's leaky defence.
8Taiwo AwoniyiFCUvs DSC7.5M
9Omar MarmoushVFB@BOC3.5MThere are few teams worse than Stuttgart to play after a 7-0. Bochum have now conceded the joint most goals in the league with 13 and have also conceded the most shots with 85.

Stuttgart on the other hand are third for the most shots with 63 despite winning just one game and Marmoush has been shooting at free will with scores of 9 and 14 in his last two games where he had 3 and 5 shots. The best enabler among forwards.
10Moussa DiabyB04vs M0512.9MThese are two teams that are in great form but I wouldn't expect much fantasy-wise against Bo Svensson's team.



1Jamal MusialaFCBvs SGF11.9MMusiala is easily one of the best midfielders for this week if he starts so keep an eye out.
2Joshua KimmichFCBvs SGF16.3MKimmich might be a defensive midfielder but he is still attacking enough to be the highest-scoring midfielder in the game currently. He is ESSENTIAL when Bayern only gives you defensive midfielders to choose from.
3Christopher NkunkuRBLvs BSC14.5MA player that got 12 points without a return or a player that got 15 points with an assist and is reliant on set-pieces for bonus points? I think I would rather have the former.
4Filip KostićSGEvs KOE14.5M
5Dominik SzoboszlaiRBLvs BSC11.2M
6Florian KainzKOE@SGE7.7MHe is probably the best midfielder under 8M and plays a struggling Frankfurt team this week and Fürth in the Friday game next week. One to consider if you are planning for the future.
7Rolland SallaiSCFvs FCA10.4M
8Florian WirtzB04vs M0511.6MSure he is impressive for his age and is second in terms of G+A only to Haaland but I would still be wary of Mainz.
9Ridle BakuWOB@TSG11.5M
10Jonas HofmannBMG@BVB12.4MHofmann might play in his preferred left-mid position this week but I still wouldn't go this route even if I need a big differential to gain ranks.



1Alphonso DaviesFCBvs SGF14MDavies possibly playing OOP on the left-wing against the worst defence in the league? YES PLEASE.
2Raphaël GuerreiroBVB@BMG14.8MGuerreiro is on a hot streak with two goals in his last two games and double-digit scores in each game he has started in this season. Borussia might not be the ideal game but I would still get him if you don't already have him.
3Niko GießelmannFCUvs DSC4.2MGießelmann has been averaging more shots per game than almost all of his team's attackers and is an absolute bargain at just 4.2M.
4Borna SosaVFB@BOC11MThere were glimpses of the old Sosa in the last game as he had four key passes and a shot. This is an appealing fixture so I think that Sosa can build on some of that form here. He is an early pick for those who think that he can turn it around in the next two games against Bochum and Hoffenheim.
5Kevin MbabuWOB@TSG11.2MMbabu had an outrageous 17-point game without a single return against Frankfurt but I will mostly owe that to the absence of Baku on the same flank.
6Mohamed SimakanRBLvs BSC9.5M
7Christian GünterSCFvs FCA11.7MIt is a bit strange but Freiburg are one of the remaining unbeaten teams in the Bundesliga and now face Augsburg who have scored just two goals in five games so far in the last fixture of the matchday.
8Benno SchmitzKOE@SGE4.7MFC Köln's entire game plan has been to cross as many balls as possible into the box for Modeste and the approach has been highly successful so far with Modeste scoring four goals and Schmitz assisting two of them.
9Anderson LucoquiM05@B046.4M
10Mitchell BakkerB04vs M057.5M



1Mark FlekkenSCFvs FCA6.6MFlekken hasn't put a foot wrong yet with scores of 5+ in every game and a matchup in the final game against Augsburg is just perfect.
2Manuel RiemannBOCvs VFB5.2MI doubt that Bochum keep a clean sheet even against a struggling Stuttgart but there is plenty of potential for save points here.

Fun fact: Keepers playing against the Swabians have averaged 8.8 points per game so far.
3Stefan OrtegaDSC@FCU8.2M
4Florian MüllerVFB@BOC7.8MReplaces Burchert because I don't think that he is capable of the same heroics as Reimann (five points despite conceding seven goals) against Bayern.
5Robin ZentnerM05@B046.4M

Value Rankings


1Jeong Woo-yeongMIDSCFvs FCA4.5MHe feels like a bit of a reactionary pick at this point but there is still value in a midfielder playing OOP as a striker.
2Mateo KlimowiczMIDVFB@BOC6.8MKlimowicz' shots seems to go anywhere except the back of the net but the scoring system of this game means that he is always a good shout for some bonus points regardless.
3Gerrit HoltmannMIDBOCvs VFB5.2MThere is a lot of focus on Stuttgart's players but Bochum attackers deserve a mention as well because the Stuttgart defence is not that great either.
4Sam LammersFWDSGEvs KOE7.3M
5Jan ThielmannMIDKOE@SGE3.8M
6André HahnMIDFCA@SCF8.1M
7Robin HackMIDDSC@FCU5.3MYou can ignore the value picks from this point onwards.
8Chris RichardsDEFTSGvs WOB4M
9Joe ScallyDEFBMGvs BVB2M
10Linus GechterDEFBSC@RBL1MI wouldn't expect too much from a free player that is going up against Leipzig.

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