As the countdown begins for the final 10 matchdays of the Bundesliga season, there is all to play for Bundesliga teams as well as Bundesliga Fantasy Managers and with the absence of many premium players such as Angeliño, Sancho and Guerreiro, there is a huge shakeup to our player rankings for matchday 25.


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RankNameTeamOpponentValueComments
1Robert LewandowskiFCB@SVW25.3MBremen couldn't have asked for more worse opponents for their third game in six days than red hot Lewandowski and Bayern Munich.
2Erling Braut HaalandBVBVs BSC20.5MFour goals in the last two games against Bayern and Sevilla without Sancho and Guerreiro. Haaland is capable of scoring goals without much assistance and he shouldn't be doubted.
3Wout WeghorstWOBVs S0419.4MIt is a ceiling game for the big man even if he won't have the first choice of playmakers around him.
4Thomas Müller
FCB@SVW21.8MWerder Bremen were dominated by Arminia in their last game and conceded 26 shots against one of the worst attacks in the league. If there is a possible goal-fest then Müller is a worthy option if you have plenty of cash but nothing to do with it.
5Saša KalajdžićVFBVs TSG6.9MHoffenheim have improved over the last few games but the Sosa-Sasa hype is real.
6Leon BaileyB04Vs DSC14.7M
7André SilvaSGE@RBL19.8MIf you fail to score against Stuttgart then chances are that you won't be able to against the best defense in the league. Silva should still have plenty of chances with Kostić at the peak of his game.
8Max KruseFCUVs KOE11.4MKoln have conceded the most penalties this season and 57% of Kruse's goals have been penalties but he has more to offer than just spot kicks. A match made in heaven.
9Andrej KramarićTSG@VFB17.3M
10Breel EmboloBMG@FCA12.3MIt is Embolo Vs Thuram Vs Niederlechner for a forward from the early game but you cannot rely on Niederlechner's mind control powers that makes opposition keepers gift him the ball in the box.




Midfielders

 

RankNameTeamOpponentValueComments
1Christopher NkunkuRBLVs SGE16.9MIn the battle of the two players with the highest floor in the game - Nkunku and Kostić, the former gets the edge because it's a home game in which Leipzig are favorites.
2Joshua KimmichFCB@SVW19.1M
3Filip KostićSGE@RBL18.9MI am worried that Frankfurt's dream run might be over but Kostić still remains one of the best assets in Bundesliga Fantasy.
4Leroy SanéFCB@SVW19.2M
5Christoph BaumgartnerTSG@VFB13.2MHe has double digit scores in each of his last four games and could again rack up plenty of bonus points in an open game against Stuttgart.
6Maximillian ArnoldWOBVs S0415.8MWith Steffen out and Gerhardt possibly playing as a left-back, Max Arnold becomes the best option from the Wolfsburg midfield and he does well against low-block teams with his long-range golazos and set-piece prowess. He is one yellow card away from suspension.
7Dani OlmoRBLVs SGE18M
8Lars StindlBMG@FCA15.6MStindl hasn't looked like his old best but has an early game against Augsburg followed by an individual fixture against Schalke next.
9Nadiem AmiriB04Vs DSC13.6MHe hasn't done anything as of late to warrant a spot in the rankings but plays the worst defense in terms of form and have an individual fixture in each of the next four weeks.
10André HahnFCAVs BMG4.9M

Defenders

 

RankNameTeamOpponentValueComments
1Kevin MbabuWOBVs S0411.5MWolfsburg are heavy favorites for a clean sheet against the worst attack in the league.
2Borna SosaVFBVs TSG5.6M
3Alphonso DaviesFCB@SVW14.8MIf Sule moves to center-back again then that makes him lose all appeal as a fantasy asset and makes Davies the best option from the Bayern defense. Even though Davies isn't value for money with his hefty price tag and inconsistent performances.
4Christopher TrimmelFCU@DSC10.9MHe got his first double digit haul last week in what seems like forever (seven matchdays).
5Marcel HalstenbergRBLVs SGE13.9MIf Leipzig are to play in a more traditional back four then Halstenberg might be a better option than Mukiele. He is less prone to rotation with Angelino out atleast.
6Pavel KadeřábekTSG@VFB9.9MA 21 pointer against Wolfsburg last week with two assists was just a sneak peek of Kadeřábek's potential.
7Jeremie FrimpongB04Vs DSC8.9MArminia showed a lot of intent against Bremen but haven't scored in their last four games.
8Stefan LainerBMG@FCA10.2M
9Mateu MoreyBVBVs BSC2.1MGuerreiro might not play but Morey is nothing more than an enabler with a fair chance at a clean sheet.
10Christian GünterSCF@M0511.5M




Goalkeepers

 

RankNameTeamOpponentValueComments
1Frederik RønnowS04@WOB1.1MHe is still dirt cheap and as good as ever.
2Stefan OrtegaDSC@B046.5MExpecting plenty of saves but hopefully he doesn't concede plenty of goals with it.
3Koen CasteelsWOBVs S0410.8M
4Lennart GrillB04Vs DSC1.2MAnother new budget keeper in the mix and Grill has kept a clean sheet in two of his first three games for Leverkusen.
5Florian MüllerSCF@M054.4M

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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.