As six of the top seven teams play each other in Bundesliga Fantasy this week, we look at the top 10 players in every position that you should consider. These are our Bundesliga Fantasy player rankings for the week:


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RankNameTeamOpponentValueComments
1Robert LewandowskiFCB@BMG22.3MLewandowski has a brace in each of his last three games now and you might not have to look too far to get your star forward right since he plays first this week.
2Erling Braut HaalandBVB@RBL18.7MAn away game against the best defense in the league isn't ideal but Haaland scored a brace in the same fixture last season which indicates his possible ceiling.
3Andrej KramarićTSGVs S0415.7MIf you wanted a summary of how bad Schalke have been - They are one game away from equaling the all time Bundesliga winless record of 31 games. I expect Kramaric to do better against the worst team that the league might've ever seen than Cunha at least.
4Andre SilvaSGE@M0516.8MFrankfurt's two wins in a row after going winless for nine games is a vital sign but the same can't be said for Mainz who haven't won since MD8.
5Matheus CunhaBSC@DSC14.6M
6Leon BaileyB04Vs SVW13.2M
7Kingsley ComanFCB@BMG14.6M
8Nicolás GonzálezVFB@FCA9.2M
9Taiwo AwoniyiFCUVs WOB7.3MAwoniyi has been on a roll and could be the difference maker for Union again in this game.
10Wout WeghorstWOB@FCU17.2M

Midfielders

 

RankNameTeamOpponentValueComments
1Joshua KimmichFCB@BMG17MBayern have scored an average of 4.17 goals this season in the league when Kimmich has started compared to 2.14 without him. Kimmich has scored/assisted in five out of six games he has started this season.
2Filip KostićSGE@M0515.7MKostić has scored 11 and 12 points in his last two games without scoring or assisting. Just needs to find himself on the end of a goal.
3Vincenzo GrifoSCFVs KOE13.9MGrifo has been one of the best players in the Bundesliga this season with seven goals and four assists in just 14 games but be wary of Koln's defensive away tactics. They haven't conceded more than one goal away (best away record this season) and teams such as Leipzig, Dortmund, Stuttgart have fallen prey to it.
4Nadiem AmiriB04Vs SVW13.6M
5Christoph BaumgartnerTSGVs S0411.3MHe has been out of form lately but back-to-back games against Schalke and Arminia is the perfect opportunity to turn it around.
6Jadon SanchoBVB@RBL18.9MSancho almost had a perfect game against Wolfsburg last week with a goal and an assist and Terzić's gift of all corner kicks should definitely go a long way in helping him gain some of his past season form back.
7Ritsu DōanDSCVs BSC8.5MThere aren't many options for Sunday games but Doan is worth a shout with Caligiuri, Coulibaly and Darida also worth considering.
8Dani OlmoRBLVs BVB15.8M
9Jonas HofmannBMGVs FCB12.8MHofmann showed us glimpses of his start of the season form which made him essential and the positive is that he is playing more like a winger now than a central midfielder.
10Daniel CaligiuriFCAVs VFB11M




Defenders

 

RankNameTeamOpponentValueComments
1AngeliñoRBLVs BVB16.2MThe biggest goal threat amongst all defenders.
2Raphaël GuerreiroBVB@RBL15.9MNot as much of a goal threat as the guy above but still got potential to get a good score in this game.
3Christian GünterSCFVs KOE11.9MFC Köln have failed to scored in three consecutive Bundesliga games now (305 minutes).
4Christopher TrimmelFCUVs WOB10.7M
5Alphonso DaviesFCB@BMG14.3M
6Ryan SessegnonTSG@S049MWhat is common between Schalke and Hoffenheim? Both the teams are yet to keep a clean sheet this season. Sessegnon is an exception amongst TSG defenders because of his attacking potential. Punt-worthy for the next two weeks.
7Borna SosaVFB@FCA4.3M
8Lars BenderB04Vs SVW9.9M
9IagoFCAVs VFB5.1MStuttgart's failure to score in their last two games makes Augsburg an outside pick for a cleansheet for me.
10Ismail JakobsKOE@SCF6.5M

Goalkeepers

 

RankNameTeamOpponentValueComments
1Stefan OrtegaDSCVs BSC5.7MA bit unfortunate that Rønnow lost his place despite doing well but Ortega should suffice as your #1 for the rest of the season.
2Gregor KobelVFB@FCA5.6MAn incredible 17 points against Leipzig and he isn't a bad alternative to Rønnow.
3Rafał GikiewiczFCAVs VFB7.7M
4Robin ZentnerM05Vs SGE4.7MThe joy around the arrival of a new 1M keeper in Finn Dahmen was short lived as Zentner is back to takeover the keeping responsibilities again.
5Florian MüllerSCFVs KOE3.6M

You can find additional Bundesliga Fantasy resources for the 20/21 season here.

By Trevor Baretto

The creator of the website, he is proud of the fact that he was 35th at his peak in Bundesliga Fantasy last season despite tumbling to 119th in the last 4 weeks.