The ‘Der Klassiker is the highlight of the week in Bundesliga Fantasy and with multiple key players missing out for Borussia Dortmund, top of the table Bayern Munich might make quick work of them as they head towards a ninth consecutive Bundesliga title.



1Robert LewandowskiFCBVs BVB24.8MLewandowski has 28 goals in 22 games this season and at this rate, he will beat Gerd Müller's record of most goals in a single Bundesliga season with 41 goals.
2André SilvaSGEVs VFB19.8MSilva has scored in each of his last five games and no reason why he shouldn't extend that streak against Stuttgart who concede plenty of shots.
3Thomas Müller
FCBVs BVB21.5MBayern have scored an average of 4.8 goals in their last five home games in the 'Der Klassiker' so if more of the same is expected then a Bayern double up in attack could be rewarding.
4Erling Braut HaalandBVB@FCB20.5MThe absence of Sancho and Guerreiro who lead the team in big chances created per game might result in a lack of chances for Haaland but he is capable of moments of individual brilliance.
5Max KruseFCU@DSC11.5MKruse had six goals and five assists in 10 games before injury and scored on his return with a penalty against Hoffenheim. Now, he plays Arminia who've conceded atleast three goals in each of their last five games but Kruse remains as goal-dependent for points as ever.
6Saša KalajdžićVFB@SGE6.7M
7Wout WeghorstWOB@TSG19.1M
8Alassane Pléa
BMGVs B0416.6M
9Andrej KramarićTSGVs WOB17.3MWolfsburg just had their eight game clean sheet run snapped in a mid week game but it might still be too much of a task for out-of-form Kramarić to score against them.
10Alexander SørlothRBL@SCF14.3MHe has shown some improvement over his last few games but needs to do more to justify his hefty price tag.



1Filip KostićSGEVs VFB18.5MKostić has scored above 10 points in all but one week since MD13. Simply unreal.
2Christopher NkunkuRBL@SCF16.5M
3Joshua KimmichFCBVs BVB18.9M
4Dani OlmoRBL@SCF18MThis is a great matchup for Olmo as Schalke is the only team which has conceded more shots than Freiburg this season.
5Amin YounesSGEVs VFB7.8M
6Jadon SanchoBVB@FCB21.6MThere is a chance that he doesn't play at all and even if he does he might be tormented by Davies again but his recent form is too good to ignore and Bayern's defense has been out-of-sorts to say the least.
7Amine HaritS04Vs M0512.2MHe has had steady scores in the last few matchdays and is the only player I would consider against Mainz from the team at the bottom end of the table. Harit is my boom or bust differential pick for the week.
8Jonas HofmannBMGVs B0413.6MBorussia are on the same boat as Leverkusen with their losing streak but Bayer are reeling with injuries in defense and haven't kept a clean sheet in their last 11 games.
9André HahnFCA@BSC4.7MMost might've not noticed, but Hahn is a bonus points magnet and has double digit scores in his last 4/5 starts. Hertha currently have the worst form in the league along with Arminia and are yet to win a game under Dárdai.
10Milot RashicaSVW@KOE12.2MRashica has gone from fantasy favourite to failing to score this season within a year but is worth a shout since he is one of the few players with a Sunday game.



1AngeliñoRBL@SCF17.1MThere seems to be an ongoing conflict between him and the manager but I assume he starts against Freiburg.
2Borna SosaVFB@SGE5.5M
3Paulo OtávioWOB@TSG9.7MHe was able to match Lacroix last week who scored simply because of his bonus but those who plan to bring him in should know that he is now one yellow card away from suspension.
4Raphaël GuerreiroBVB@FCB17.1MGuerreiro had the best game of the season against Bayern with 22 points but his absence could be the final nail in the coffin for their title ambitions this season.
5Niklas SüleFCBVs BVB12.1MIf Dortmund misses their key players and Bayern dominate the game then right-back Süle could wreak havoc on their vulnerable left-side.
6Christopher TrimmelFCU@DSC10.7MArminia are trying their best Schalke impression and a clean sheet is on the cards for European football hopefuls Union Berlin.
7Erik DurmSGEVs VFB3.5M
8Moussa NiakhatéM05@S044.6MA game against the worst attack in the league is already convincing and an added advantage is that Niakhaté is on penalties and Schalke have conceded the most of them.
9Ludwig AugustinssonSVW@KOE9.3MKoln have scored just once in their last three Bundesliga games.
10Mads PedersenFCA@BSC1.6M



1Stefan OrtegaDSCVs FCU6.4M
2Robin ZentnerM05@S044.6MSchalke has been a rewarding game for keepers recently with shot-stoppers averaging eight points in their last four games against the blues.
3Koen CasteelsWOB@TSG10.9MIt's easy to picture Wolfsburg keeping a clean sheet having done so for the last seven Bundesliga games.
4Andreas LutheFCU@DSC5M
5Florian MüllerSCFVs RBL4.5M

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