We are down to the final five matchdays in Bundesliga Fantasy and as Fantasy Managers look to make a final push towards glory, we take a look at the best players in each position to assist them in our player rankings for matchday 30.




1André SilvaSGEVs FCA20.9MThe previous game against Borussia was the first match that Frankfurt failed to score in since October. Expecting a big game from Silva as he should have plenty of chances against Augsburg.
2Thomas MüllerFCBVs B0423.6MMüller is as indispensable as Lewandowski for Bayern and is averaging 12 points in the four games without him this season.
3Erling HaalandBVBVs FCU21.6MHe seems like the obvious choice if you want a player from Wednesday and now that he has broken the deadlock, the goals should flow more freely.
4Wout WeghorstWOB@VFB21.4MClearly his purple patch hasn't ended yet. Weghorst has a goal or assist in each of his last six games. A total of five goals and four assists in that span.
5Alexander SørlothRBL@KOE15MThe Leipzig playmakers failed to create good chances for Sørloth against Hoffenheim but that shouldn't be the case against the worst home team in the league this season who have conceded three goals in each of their last two games. An option for those who want an early forward.
6Marcus ThuramBMG@TSG15.8MBorussia have turned around their bad form completely and have won three of their last four games while scoring three goals on average.
7Max KruseFCU@BVB12.2M
8Saša KalajdžićVFBVs WOB8MThe absence of Sosa will have a massive effect on Saša's production as five of his last nine Bundesliga goals have been assisted by him.
9Leon BaileyB04@FCB15MBailey boasts more goals against Bayern (4) than any other team but it is also the team he has played most times against (10). He has potential to improve his score against a weak Bayern defense.
10Matheus CunhaBSC-16MIn a week with low star flexibility, Cunha's nine points could come in handy.



1Filip KostićSGEVs FCA20.5MIn this same fixture last season, Frankfurt scored five goals and Kostić was involved in four of them with two goals and two assists finishing on 33 points (50 with star).
2Christopher NkunkuRBL@KOE17.8MNkunku was able to score eight points even in a goalless game but Leipzig should score a few and win comfortably here.
3Jonas HofmannBMG@TSG14.1MBorussia are in form but Hoffenheim have been able to shut both Leipzig and Leverkusen in their last two games. However, TSG concede more goals at home against BMG than any other team and with Hofmann at the crux of their attack, the foals will be desperate for a win in their final push for Europe.
4Dani OlmoRBL@KOE18.7MOnly Schalke have conceded more goals at home than Köln this season.
5Ritsu DoanDSCVs S0410.3MThis could be another low-scoring game for Arminia with the team scoring more than one goal in a game just once in their last nine matches. Doan has floor but it is impossible to predict if Doan will hit ceiling with how defensive both these teams have been playing.
6Maximillian ArnoldWOB@VFB16.4MArnold offers the best floor among all players that play on the final day and is always a threat from his long range shots and set-pieces.
7Jamal MusialaFCBVs B042.3MWonderkid Musiala has three goals in his last two starts and has outscored every Bayern midfielder in that same period with scores of 16 and 21. A real gem at just 2.3M but the only concern is that he isn't the most nailed on player in the XI.
8Giovanni ReynaBVBVs FCU9.7MAnother up and coming wonderkid, Reyna has a goal and two assists in his last two games and offers an alternate option for star as he plays on Wednesday.
9Amin YounesSGEVs FCA7.5MIf you expect Frankfurt to score plenty of goals.
10Amine HaritS04@DSC12.1M



1Ramy BensebainiBMG@TSG12.6MTo summarize Hoffenheim's struggles in attack, they had two shots against Leverkusen and five against Leipzig but none of them were on target.
2Nordi MukieleRBL@KOE11.2MLooks like Angeliño's feud with the coach isn't over yet so that makes Mukiele the second best option from the Leipzig defense.
3Raphaël GuerreiroBVBVs FCU17.1M
4Erik DurmSGEVs FCA3.4MHe might've conceded four goals in the last game but a clean sheet looks likely this week.
5Alphonso DaviesFCBVs B0415.1MThis game is more of a litmus test for the Leverkusen attack under the new coach than the Bayern defense.
6Maxence LacroixWOB@VFB6.2M
7Phillip MweneM05@SVW2.4MIf you have him, you can keep him. If you don't then you can avoid him as he plays Bayern, Frankfurt, Dortmund and Wolfsburg after this to end the season.
8Christopher TrimmelFCU@BVB11.7MHe scored 16 points last week but both of his assists came when he went up against one of the league's worst defenders and he won't be as lucky this time.
9Ludwig AugustinssonSVWVs M059M
10Anderson LucoquiDSCVs S041.4MIf you have totally expended your budget and need an enabler so that you can fit in all the premium attackers then Lucoqui is your guy.



1Stefan OrtegaDSCVs S047.4M
2Florian MüllerSCF-5.2MMost would take six points on any day but the best part is that you can change Ortega to Müller if he happens to score below six.
3Tobias SippelBMG@TSG1.4MThe victory against Frankfurt was the first time that Borussia won with Sippel between the stick in six games.
4Ralf FährmannS04@DSC6.4MIt might sound absurd but Schalke got a chance at a clean sheet here.
5Gregor KobelVFBVs WOB5.9M

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