There are just 15 matchdays left in Bundesliga Fantasy as we look to make a push in the final half of the season. Eintracht Frankfurt and Borussia Dortmund players are on the radar for the week as they take on bottom teams such as Hertha and Augsburg respectively.

Note: Wout Weghorst is doubtful for the week due to injury concerns.



1Robert LewandowskiFCBVs TSG23.3MIf Lewandowski keeps up his run of eight (!) consecutive games with goals scored (11 goals in total) then I will soon run out of fingers to keep count.
2Andre SilvaSGEVs BSC18.3MFresh from thrashing a strong defensive side in Arminia 5-0 and Hertha are in a bad slump so this game could have more goals than the Dortmund one.
3Erling Braut HaalandBVBVs FCA19.4MThere is still the uncertainty of Haaland and Dortmund's performances under Terzić but the golden boy should continue scoring goals even if the chances are limited.
4Nicolás GonzálezVFBVs M0510MHis penalty duties will be under the scanner after the miss last week but he was still able to score eight points in that game. The early fixture against 17th placed Mainz makes him the ideal forward from the early kickoff.
5Wout WeghorstWOBVs SCF18MOnly Schalke have conceded more shots compared to Freiburg so Weghorst will have plenty of opportunities to score in the final game of the week.
6Thomas MüllerFCBVs TSG21.1M
7Andrej KramarićTSG@FCB16.8MPlays the best team in the league with the 10th best defense and Hoffenheim are a known thorn in their side for always taking the game to them. They also won the reverse fixture and Kramarić scored twice in that game.
8Matheus CunhaBSC@SGE14.7MA new day, a new coach but the only thing that remains constant is the praise for Cunha. Hertha should be a bit more energized heading into this game and Cunha will look to make up for last week's performance as the club's talisman.
9Marcus ThuramBMG@FCU14.5MMore of a punt but Union is one of Thuram's favorite teams to play against and he has three goals in his last two games against them.
10Ermedin DemirovićSCF@WOB7.7MA striker with stats that would make you think he is a #10, Demirović has three goals and six assists in his last six games. The battle between Wolfsburg's resolute defense and Demirović on his purple patch is one to watch.



1Filip KostićSGEVs BSC16.8MKostić is putting up figures that made him essential in fantasy over the years averaging 13.1 points in his last six games. Hertha are in dire straits right now and Frankfurt could turn this into a goal fest again.
2Jadon SanchoBVBVs FCA20.1MLooked like his previous best against Borussia with two assists but couldn't see the team through because of a poor defensive display. Terzic is helping him turn his form around so there is more of the same to come.
3Joshua KimmichFCBVs TSG17.9MWho says that deep-lying midfielders don't make good assets in Bundesliga Fantasy? Kimmich just dropped the highest score for a midfielder this season with three assists and 31 points against Schalke.
4Lars StindlBMG@FCU15.1MUnion's biggest strength this season has been their defensive rigidity but will miss key players in the back line like Trimmel and Hübner when in-form Borussia come to town.
5Ritsu DōanDSC@KOE9.5MEarly call for a high floor pick that offers star flexibility with fixtures against Koln and Bremen over the next two weeks.
6Christopher NkunkuRBLVs B0414.8M
7Yannick GerhardtWOBVs SCF6.6MHe has become a steady source of bonus after moving to #10 and should create plenty of chances against Freiburg.
8Amine HaritS04@SVW11.5MHarit is a real livewire for Schalke in attack but isn't helped on much by his teammates. So you are relying on his individual brilliance here if you decide to punt on him.
9Gonzalo CastroVFBVs M055.4M
10Vincenzo GrifoSCF@WOB14MGrifo has started taking fewer shots after the introduction of Demirović but still has strong underlying stats and leads the team for key passes in almost every game. However, watch out for the double right-back combo of Baku and Mbabu against him.



1AngeliñoRBLVs B0416.3MLast week's defeat was a rare defensive lapse for Leipzig but the best defense in the league should get their act back together against Leverkusen.
2Raphaël GuerreiroBVBVs FCA16M
3Borna SosaVFB@SCF4.7MHe checks all the requirements for a good fantasy defender:
1) Is on set-pieces.
2) Got an individual fixture.
3) Good floor
4) Plays against Mainz/Schalke/Koln.
4Erik DurmSGEVs BSC3.6MHertha have been the worst attacking team in the league over the last four games, scoring just once.
5Felix AguSVWVs S044.4MGoal potential + Clean sheet potential against Schalke.
6Paulo OtávioWOBVs SCF8.3MOtávio got 12 points just for duels last week and while it might be debatable, Wolfsburg got a decent chance at keeping Freiburg at bay here.
7Ramy BensebainiBMG@FCU11.6MThe loss of Trimmel who has six assists this season due to suspension should take away some venom from the Union attack already missing Max Kruse.
8Cedric BrunnerDSC@KOE4.2MArminia Bielefeld might've conceded five in the last game but it is tough for Koln to even score one right now.
9Christian GünterSCF@WOB12M
10Alphonso DaviesFCBVs TSG14.1M



1Stefan OrtegaDSC@KOE6.3MKoln is giving Hertha some tough competition not just to avoid relegation but also to see which team has a worse attack having scored in just one game out of their last six. That was against Schalke.
2Robin ZentnerM05@VFB4.7M
3Gregor KobelVFBVs M055.1M
4Rafał GikiewiczFCA@BVB8M
5Florian MüllerSCF@WOB4.2MMüller had the game of his career against Stuttgart with a penalty save and 15 points for saves finishing on an insane 22 points. But Wolfsburg is no Stuttgart and their game is more about creating good chances rather than aimlessly shooting at goal whenever possible.

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