Bundesliga Fantasy is back after a two-week break and things are about to speed up from here as we countdown to the final three matchdays of the season. The two teams that dominate our player rankings for matchday 32 are Bayern Munich and Hoffenheim. The Bavarians host Borussia in a throwback “Klassiker” of the 70s while TSG locks horns against fallen giants Schalke that are already relegated at home.



1Robert LewandowskiFCBVs BMG25.8MBorussia are the big four team's kryptonite when they play at home but when you exclude their last away win against Schalke, they've conceded two goals against Hertha and three against Hoffenheim, Augsburg, and Leipzig in their last five games away from home.
2Andrej KramarićTSGVs S0418.5MThe Schalke team is low on morale because of the violence that ensued after their relegation was confirmed and with many senior players rumoured to never play for Schalke again, Kramarić could capitalize on a possible Schalke XI with youngsters in a revenge game after their embarrassing 4-0 defeat to the Royal Blues earlier this season.
3André SilvaSGEVs M0521.4MIn the last four games where Silva has started up top with Jović, he has scored five goals and assisted three.
4Wout WeghorstWOBVs FCU21.5M
5Erling HaalandBVBVs RBL22.3MHaaland has a brace in each of the two games he has played against Leipzig but is still a doubt for the match due to injury concerns.
6Thomas MüllerFCBVs BMG23.7MMüller hasn't gone more than two matches this season without a double-digit return so it is safe to say that he is due a big game.
7Saša KalajdžićVFBVs FCA7.8MBest paired with Sosa who has assisted five of his last nine goals but he is an easy fade otherwise if Sosa doesn't start even with the early fixture.
8Leon BaileyB04@SVW15.4MBremen currently have the worst form in the league with a loss in each of their last seven games and Leverkusen should cruise through with three points to fuel their European ambitions.
9Matheus CunhaBSCVs DSC16MOverburdened by a hectic schedule right when he was starting to pick up some form. He might play limited minutes again this week but should still be a threat and have plenty of shots to himself.
10Luka JovićSGEVs M0516M



1Filip KostićSGEVs M0520.8MYou know there are no worries about star flexibility in a week when Kostić plays on a Sunday.
2Jadon SanchoBVBVs RBL21.3MLeipzig might seem like an intimidating fixture but it is quite the opposite as Dortmund is their boogie team. The Bulls haven't won against BVB in their last six Bundesliga games and Sancho boasts an impressive record of two goals and three assists in five games against them.
3Christoph BaumgartnerTSGVs S0413.3MThrives in games where he gets to shoot at free will.
4Joshua KimmichFCBVs BMG20.2MIf the only choices from Bayern's midfield are Kimmich and Goretzka, then the former is preferred with his floor and set-pieces duties even though he is a suspension risk.
5Ondrej DudaKOEVs SCF9.8MIf a worn-out Hertha team could do that much damage to Freiburg then a revitalized FC Köln is capable of more of the same. Duda has been the most key player for Koln in attack with five goals and an assist in his last six games and he could prove to be a worthy differential with games against Freiburg, Hertha and Schalke to end the season.
6Yannick GerhardtWOBVs FCU8.3MThis guy has more shots in his last two games as an attacking midfielder than Wolfsburg's striker with 20 goals.
7Dani OlmoRBL@BVB19.1MLeipzig only score fewer goals on average against Bayern (1.0) than Dortmund (1.1) but there is potential for plenty of bonus points for Olmo especially with Nkunku out. He scored 12 points in the reverse fixture without being involved in any goals.
8Ritsu DoanDSC@BSC10.8MSpare a thought for the Hertha players. Many of them just recovered from Covid and are now playing their third game in six days. The Berliner's next game is a massive relegation six-pointer and with the pace at which other teams are catching up to Arminia, it will be a must-win game for them.
9Daniel CaligiuriFCA@VFB12.5MA bit of an overlooked pick, Caligiuri has scores of 11 and 10 in his last two games without any goals or assists. A small possibility that might change as the player going up against Stuttgart's third choice RWB has scored in each of the last two games.
10Daichi KamadaSGEVs M0515.2MGames against Mainz, Schalke, and Freiburg is just a perfect finale to end the season if you want to triple up on Frankfurt players.



1Borna SosaVFBVs FCA6MTo remind you again about how good Sosa is in Fantasy Bundesliga, he has double-digit returns in 8 of his last 11 games. If you still aren't convinced, he was averaging 12 points per game during that period.
2Pavel KadeřábekTSGVs S0410MHe has scores of 20 and 21 hidden amongst sub-par scores of 1s and 2s but this is a ceiling game for him given how bad Schalke are on both ends of the pitch.
3Raphaël GuerreiroBVBVs RBL17.6MHis big outings are hard to predict but I still prefer him over Angeliño considering the recent record of both teams against each other.
4Paulo OtávioWOBVs FCU9.3MNot expecting any Pohjanpalo heroics this time.
5Alphonso DaviesFCBVs BMG15.6MIf Bayern are able to put the recent losses against PSG and Mainz behind them then this might quickly turn sour for Borussia on the champion's expected coronation day.
6AngeliñoRBL@BVB17MSome of his start of the season form was on display in his 17 pointer in the last game against Stuttgart but Leipzig haven't kept a clean sheet against Dortmund in their last eight games while suffering the most defeats in the Bundesliga against BVB than any other team.
7Erik DurmSGEVs M053.5M
8Maximilian MittelstädtBSCVs DSC8.5MMittelstädt has been fully rested for this game and given how badly Arminia have struggled to score this season, there is a good chance he keeps a clean sheet to go along with some bonus points.
9Daley SinkgravenB04@SVW5.2M
10Phillip MweneM05@SGE2.9MI can't bring myself to accept that Mainz are good enough to secure a result away against Frankfurt and that the Eagles are in a slump similar to Borussia when Rose announced his early departure. But this doesn't change the fact that Mainz are good. Unbeaten in eight games and winning against Bayern good.

P.S: Mwene seems to be on set-pieces for Mainz now.



1Stefan OrtegaDSC@BSC7.4MThis game is more likely to be a snooze-fest than a goal-scoring one so Ortega is still the keeper to have.
2Florian MüllerSCF@KOE5.1MThe 3-0 thrashing by Hertha does raise some questions but at the least Müller is capable of plenty of points for saves.
3Gregor KobelVFBVs FCA5.9M
4Oliver BaumannTSGVs S049.8MIf you can justify the price tag for a one week punt against Schalke.
5Marwin HitzBVBVs RBL1.9M

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