Matchday 25 of the Bundesliga sees some evenly matched teams go up against each other as they make the final push to secure the highest spot possible on the league table with just 10 matchdays left. Only eight matches will take place this week as the game between Dortmund and Mainz has been postponed, and read more about to find out how Haaland still tops our Bundesliga Fantasy player rankings for MD25.



1Robert LewandowskiFCBvs B0423.5M
2Erling HaalandBVB-18.6MHaaland's game has been postponed which means that you get 14 points for free based on his average and since his game was scheduled for Sunday, you can put the star on him in case your forwards fail. The only problem is that he is expected to be back on matchday 28 after the international break so you might have to sell him next week.

P.S: It is not a bad idea to double up with Reus either who will get 10 points.
3Thomas MüllerFCBvs B0420.1MGetting an extra Bayern forward will give you another option from the early fixture against Hoffenheim next week.
4Alassane PléaBMG@VFB14.9MStuttgart are among the four targetable team for attackers along with Hertha, Borussia and Arminia. Pléa has been has been one of the league's most in form players ever since he won his spot back in the XI with a goal and three assists in his four starts while averaging 13 points. The last game, in particular, was a reminder of his potential as he had two assists, led the league in keypasses (9) and duels (22) and finished as the second-highest scorer for the week with 22 points.
5Leroy SanéFCBvs B0417.3M
6André SilvaRBLvs SCF17.2M
7Anthony ModesteKOEvs TSG10.1MHis blank in the last game doesn't concern me much considering that he hasn't failed to score in two consecutive games games just twice this season between GW6-GW8 and GW12-15. That and the fact Hoffenheim will also be missing Hübner this week.
8Saša KalajdžićVFBvs BMG10.8MA big punt for those who dare. Not that I think he will outscore Haaland's 14 points.
9Andrej KramarićTSG@KOE16.4M
10Jonas WindWOBvs FCU9.8M



1Christopher NkunkuRBLvs SCF18.6MNo player has more goal involvements in the last seven fixtures than Nkunku (7G+2A), tied with Lewandowski (9G).
2Filip KostićSGE@BSC17.6MIt is a coin toss between Nkunku and Kostić this week for the star midfielder so it is a good idea to go with your gut and hope for the best (assuming Wimmer gets below 15 points).
3Patrick WimmerDSCvs FCA6.6MThe one player that you must have from the early game.
4Jonas HofmannBMG@VFB15.7MHofmann was the highest scoring midfielder for the matchday the last time these two sides met with an assist, five shots and five keypasses for 18 points.
5Jesper LindstrømSGE@BSC9.1M
6Dani OlmoRBLvs SCF12.6MIf you are ready to bear the rotation risk, Leipzig play Freiburg and Fürth, two teams that are ranked 5th and 1st for shots conceded, in consecutive weeks.
7Jamal MusialaFCBvs B0413M
8Eduard LöwenBOCvs SGF6.2MLöwen has been BOC's most dangerous player in the last three matchdays with an xG of 1.47 and scores of 9,8 and 11. Fürth's defence is a lot more rigid now, but they still concede shots by the bucketloads so he could have a high floor-high ceiling game.
9Christoph BaumgartnerTSG@KOE12.4M
10Florian WirtzB04@FCB15MLeverkusen might not get too many shots in this game so Wirtz might have to get an attacking return to get eight points or more, the same as Bellingham with a postponed fixture.



1Ramy BensebainiBMG@VFB10.9MOther than his -7 dud against Dortmund, Bensebaini is proving out to be a must-have with his ability to get double-digit scores without any attacking returns or a cleansheet. Especially when you consider that he has fixtures against Stuttgart, Hertha and Bochum next - three teams that are in the bottom half for goals scored - so finally he might get those extra three points for keeping a cleansheet.
2Joško GvardiolRBLvs SCF10.7MGvardiol > Angeliño.
3Evan NdickaSGE@BSC11.2MSince Korkut's arrival, Hertha are 15th and 2nd for goals scored and conceded. They are weak at defending set-pieces (16th), and Ndicka has been SGE's biggest threat from the air with three goals, while generating shots and bonus points at the same time, which adds to his cleansheet potential.
4Jeremiah St. JusteM05-6.4MOnly one defender averages more than nine points - Alphonso Davies who hasn't played since MD17 - so I would take the free points with both hands. That is if St. Juste wasn't an injury doubt already.
5Nico SchlotterbeckSCF@RBL10.1M
6Danilo SoaresBOCvs SGF7.1MNot expecting too many goals if any in this game but Bochum probably have a better chance at keeping a cleansheet.
7Niko GießelmannFCU@WOB5.4M
8Borna SosaVFBvs BMG10.9MIt is no secret that Borussia are shambolic defensively so this could be an open game with some points on offer for Sosa now that Kalajdžić is back.
9Pavel KadeřábekTSG@KOE9.7MHis performance last week might've been nothing special but he was quite attacking and finished fourth for xG with a 1.08 rating and should've scored.
10Benno SchmitzKOEvs TSG4.6M



1Stefan OrtegaDSCvs FCA8.7MIf budget isn't a constraint then Ortega is one of the best keepers to get currently as he has returned to his old form that made him a must-have last season.
2Manuel RiemannBOCvs SGF5.8M
3Mark FlekkenSCF@RBL8.1MContrary to the popular opinion, most of Flekken's big scores have come due to his saves and not cleansheets. He is the league leader in save percentage at 80.2% and Nkunku+Olmo will make sure to keep him busy this week.
4Kevin TrappSGE@BSC9.2M
5Andreas LindeSGF@BOC4.9MLinde hasn't kept a single cleansheet in his first three games for Fürth but more importantly, he is averaging 4.6 shots saved per game.

Value Rankings


1Marvin SchwäbeGKPKOEvs TSG1.2MHe has an individual fixture this week so he will rotate with every other keeper.
2Benjamin HenrichsDEFRBLvs SCF7.5MThe focus is mostly on Gvardiol and Angeliño but it is Henrichs who has a goal and assist in his last two games.
3Chris FührichMIDVFBvs BMG5.6MHe looked incredible other than his missed chance in the first half against Hoffenheim and was unlucky to be subbed off because of injury. I am excited to see what he can do in full 90 minutes against a worse Borussia team.
4Aarón CaricolDEFM05-3.9MIf you already have Martín, it might be worth keeping him as he will get seven points and also has favourable fixtures against Augsburg and Arminia next if he isn't affected by the Covid outbreak.
5Rafael Santos BorréFWDSGE@BSC9.8MIf there was one player that could turn his form around this week it would be Borré but I wouldn't bet on it.
6Masaya OkugawaMIDDSCvs FCA7.7M
7Andrés AndradeDEFDSCvs FCA2.1MOn suspension watch.
8Michael GregoritschFWDFCA@DSC7.3MGregoritsch is streaky, but if you want a forward from the early game it would probably be him.
9Kevin AkpogumaDEFTSG@KOE5.1M
10Sheraldo BeckerFWDFCU@WOB5.9M

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