Erling Haaland might’ve failed to score in his last five games for club and country but he still ranks high in our Bundesliga Fantasy player rankings for matchday 28


Note: Bayern Munich’s Leroy Sané and Lucas Hernandez have been ruled out for the game against Union Berlin due to injury.


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RankNameTeamOpponentValueComments
1Thomas Müller
FCBVs FCU22.8MThe only premium player in form with a good fixture. If Bayern were able to dominate proceedings and generate 31 shots against PSG at home then I would like to think that more of the same is on the cards against Union Berlin.
2Erling Braut HaalandBVB@VFB21MHaaland might've failed to score in his last five starts but has a suitable fixture to end his goal drought against Stuttgart's exploitable defense in a do or die game for their European ambitions.
3Wout WeghorstWOB@SGE20.7MWolfsburg hold the upper hand in the match between the second best attack and best defense in the league with their four game winning run away against Frankfurt. What makes Weghorst even more appealing is the makeshift backline of Tuta-Ilsanker-Ndicka that is tasked with keeping him at bay.
4André SilvaSGEVs WOB20.6MPreferred when he plays as a lone striker up top rather than with Jović.
5Saša KalajdžićVFBVs BVB7.4MStuttgart will be high on confidence after demolishing Dortmund 1-5 in the reverse fixture and are on a six-game unbeaten run at home.
6Eric Maxim Choupo-MotingFCBVs FCU9.4MChoupo-Moting looked great against PSG with a goal, five shots and three key passes and even if he is isn't on the same level as Lewandowski then it is good enough when you play for a team like Bayern.
7Matheus CunhaBSCVs BMG15.6MWay too inconsistent for his own good but both these teams have been mediocre defensively.
8Lucas AlarioB04@TSG11.6MHe has 10 goals in just 11 starts this season averaging a goal every 116 minutes which is only bettered by the top three goal scorers and Max Kruse.
6Alexander SørlothRBL@SVW14.6MLeipzig have failed to score over one goal in their last three games while Werder Bremen has the best defense amongst teams ranked eight or below this season. So this could be another dull affair.
10Marcus ThuramBMG@BSC15.5MSkills and some stroke of luck combined for Thuram's 23 pointer last week and he gets the nod over teammate Pléa who hasn't scored in his last nine games.




Midfielders

 

RankNameTeamOpponentValueComments
1Filip KostićSGEVs WOB19.8MIt was unexpected that both these teams would be in the top four at this point and with the form they are in, its anyone's game.
2Christopher NkunkuRBL@SVW17.4M
3André HahnFCA@S045.6MDespite being a winger, Hahn has replaced the Augsburg strikers up top with his performances and is averaging 10.4 points over his last five games. Perfect form heading into the game against Schalke.
4Rolland SallaiSCF@DSC8.9MSallai absolutely loves a game against a midtable or bottom team. He has six goals and four assists in 12 games against the 12 bottom teams and now he plays Arminia and Schalke in back-to-back games.
5Dani OlmoRBL@SVW18.5MWith first choice left-back Augustinsson missing out for Bremen, Olmo could get more bonus points than his usual quota when he goes up against rookie Felix Agu.
6Leroy SanéFCBVs FCU19.6MIt seems obvious that Sané is the best midfielder from Bayern because of his advanced position and goal threat but he hasn't scored in the Bundesliga since matchday 13. If the goals don't come soon enough then Kimmich will become the #1 option in fantasy again as he continues to build form after his performance against PSG where he had an unreal 10 key-passes by himself.
7Lars StindlBMG@BSC16.4M
8Ritsu DoanDSCVs SCF10MNot the most flashy or exciting player but could prove to be a rank boosting differential with games against Freiburg, Augsburg and Schalke next.
9Amine HaritS04Vs FCA12.1MA few wins against out of form teams does not make Augsburg good by any means and Harit put a MOTM performance in the last game against Leverkusen but was unlucky to not be involved in any goals.
10Christoph BaumgartnerTSGVs B0413.1M

Defenders

 

RankNameTeamOpponentValueComments
1Borna SosaVFBVs BVB6.2MSosa's 23 pointer last week is a reminder to those who took him out on wildcard that he isn't the one to drop.
2Raphaël GuerreiroBVB@VFB17.1MHe probably won't play as a left-winger again but still has potential for points on both ends.
3Christian GünterSCF@DSC11.8M
4Marcel HalstenbergRBL@SVW14.2MThe best odds for a clean sheet this week but might not be worth it as he will play as a left center-back rather than left-back or wing-back.
5Daniel BrosinskiM05@KOE6.9MOffers more attacking threat compared to Mwene and also scored a penalty last week. Who doesn't love a wing-back on set-pieces?
6Kevin MbabuWOB@SGE12.1M
7Lucas HernandezFCBVs FCU12.5MHe will win plenty of duels atleast if you can justify the hefty price tag.
8Raphael FrambergerFCA@S044.6MAugsburg defenders haven't been worth investing in ever since Phillip Max left but you can make an exception for once since they play the worst attack in the league.
9Deyovaisio ZeefuikBSCVs BMG7.6M
10Ramy BensebainiBMG@BSC12.3M




Goalkeepers

 

RankNameTeamOpponentValueComments
1Stefan OrtegaDSCVs SCF6.9MAssuming that Freiburg will have more shots for Arminia to save than vice versa.
2Florian MüllerSCF@DSC4.9M
3Rafał GikiewiczFCA@S048.5MGikiewicz is only second to Ortega when it comes to total saves.
4Robin ZentnerM05@KOE4.7M
5Gregor KobelVFBVs BVB6MKobel is averaging 9.2 points his last five games and is a worthy option if you want a keeper with an individual fixture this week.

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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.