Dortmund dusted off bad form to secure victory against Sevilla in the UCL last week and now their players top our Bundesliga Fantasy player rankings for the week as they take on Schalke.

Bundesliga teams that play in the UEFA Champions League this week:

  • Lazio Vs Bayern Munich (A)
  • Borussia Mönchengladbach Vs Manchester City (H)



1Erling Braut HaalandBVB@S0419.8MHaaland put on a massive performance away against Sevilla with two goals and an assist this week in the Champions League and there are levels between the Europa League champions and Schalke - who Dortmund play in an individual fixture this week.
2Robert LewandowskiFCB@SGE24.1MI see people transferring out Lewandowski again but the man with the most goals in all of the world's first leagues this season isn't one to drop. There is no one in the league as consistent as the most popular player in the game with 71% ownership and the move is just a red arrow waiting to happen.
3Wout WeghorstWOB@DSC18.8MDon't let Ortega's good performance against Bayern distract you from the fact that Arminia have conceded 11 goals in their last three games.
4André SilvaSGEVs FCB19.4MSilva could easily score against Bayern with the form he is in but he is a doubt as per Hütter and going for Haaland over him this week will be a popular transfer and it makes total sense. You might want him back, however, as he plays Bremen on Friday next week.
5Leon BaileyB04@FCA14.6M
6Saša KalajdžićVFB@KOE5.7MHe has now scored in three consecutive games + plays Koln and Schalke next. The best bargain pick in the game keeps getting better.
7Alassane PléaBMGVs M0516.5MThe game against Mainz has been a high scoring one for Borussia recently with the team scoring three goals in each of their last three games against them. Pléa himself has three goals and an assist in his last two games against Mainz.
8Marco ReusBVB@S0418M
9Matheus CunhaBSCVs RBL15MPotential revenge game for Cunha but Leipzig should bounce back after their defensive lapses cost them the game against Liverpool in the UCL.
10Ermedin DemirovićSCFVs FCU7.6M



1Jadon SanchoBVB@S0420.8MThe Revierderby is ceiling play for every Dortmund player and Sancho is in red hot form.
2Christopher NkunkuRBL@BSC16M
3Filip KostićSGEVs FCB17.9MKostić has assisted three of Silva's last six goals but if he does miss out, he has a comparable partnership with his replacement Luka Jović.
4Joshua KimmichFCB@SGE18.4MHe was benched in the six goal thriller against Arminia but Bayern cannot keep his contributions on both ends of the pitch out for too long if they want to win.
5Yannick GerhardtWOB@DSC7.3MGot an early kickoff against a struggling defense and is averaging 9.5 points in his last four games.
6Nadiem AmiriB04@FCA13.6M
7Dani OlmoRBL@BSC17.4MHertha have shown some improvement in defense under the new coach but Leipzig at home is a real litmus test.
8Jonas HofmannBMGVs M0513.4MA tempting play against Mainz but might see limited minutes due to the upcoming UCL game against Manchester City.
9Vincenzo GrifoSCFVs FCU14.2M
10Christoph BaumgartnerTSGVs SVW12.1MA potential differential that has license to shoot and tends to pop off against lower teams. Also plays in the last game of the week.



1Raphaël GuerreiroBVB@S0416.5MIn his last game against Schalke, Guerreiro scored two goals and finished on 20 points. Schalke haven't improved at all since then and I am hoping that he has his shooting boots ready again.
3Paulo OtávioWOB@DSC9.1MArminia looked much more fluid in attack with Vlap and Voglsammer but Wolfsburg have kept a clean sheet in each of their last six Bundesliga games.
4Borna SosaVFB@KOE4.8MSosa is now the main playmaker for Stuttgart in the absence of Castro. The João Cancelo of Bundesliga Fantasy.
5Niklas SüleFCB@SGE11.7MDue to the lack of specialist right-backs, Süle will fill in on the right and he isn't afraid to bomb forward in attack and get himself involved.
6Christian GünterSCFVs FCU11.9M
7Ludwig AugustinssonSVW@TSG9.5MWerder Bremen have only conceded five goals in eight games across all competitions this year.
8Pavel KadeřábekTSGVs SVW9.5MHoffenheim aren't realiable when it comes to clean sheets but Kadeřábek is one of those few ceiling players left that could boost ranks and have gone under the radar and he has an individual fixture in each of the next four matchdays.
9Christopher TrimmelFCU@SCF10.6M
10Tim Fosu-MensahB04@FCA8.6MLeverkusen have struggled defensively but opponents Augsburg are out of ideas in attack and have only generated a paltry average of six shots per game in their last three games while scoring two goals.



1Florian MüllerSCFVs FCU4.4MHis form is too good to ignore and he is averaging 10 points over his last four games. Meanwhile, Union had a torrid time trying to score against Schalke despite having good chances. So Freiburg will fancy their clean sheet odds over here unless a certain Max Kruse makes a surprise appearance.
2Koen CasteelsWOB@DSC10.5MCasteels carries a hefty price tag for a keeper but has scored above five points in each of his last 10 games.
3Stefan OrtegaDSCVs WOB6.5M
4Rune JarsteinBSCVs RBL2.4MHe might be the cheapest keeper on the list but Lomb is another honorable mention at just 1M as he might replace the doubtful Hrádecký.
5Oliver BaumannTSGVs SVW9.5MIf Rashica starts then he increases the potential of any keeper to accumulate points for shots saved.

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