Just one matchday remains in Fantasy Bundesliga as we bid farewell to a topsy turvy 20/21 season that had its highs and lows. It is the last chance for Fantasy Managers to chase glory or beat their mini-league rivals and we hope that all our followers get a big green arrow this week.


Note: All the games for matchday 34 kickoff at the same time – 3:30 PM CET.


Forwards

 

RankNameTeamOpponentValueComments
1Robert LewandowskiFCBVs FCA26.5MIf you were almost certain that he scores a goal against Augsburg to break Gerd Müller's record then you wouldn't really star someone else unless you are chasing the pack and want to make up big ground in the final matchday.
2Erling HaalandBVBVs B0422.6MHe might've scored a paltry six points in his last game but has a goal or an assist in each of his last five games during BVB's unbeaten run.
3Thomas MüllerFCBVs FCA24.1MThis is one of the most one-sided fixtures in Bundesliga history with Bayern having a 79% win percentage against Augsburg and goals can be expected in the Bavarian derby again which makes Lewandowski+Müller a tempting double up if you can afford the two most expensive players in the game at the same time.
4André SilvaSGEVs SCF22MOffers a differential option in star in a match where he should have plenty of chances in against a team that has conceded the most shots after Schalke this season but Frankfurt have struggled ever since Adi Hütter announced he is leaving to coach Borussia and the team have won only against Augsburg since then dropping points against Schalke, Mainz, Leverkusen, and Borussia.
5Saša KalajdžićVFBVs DSC8.6MArminia can't afford to lose this game so they will defend harder than usual but I still believe Saša can get his name on the scoresheet.
6Wout WeghorstWOBVs M0521.7MWolfsburg are the only big team along with Dortmund to beat Mainz under Bo but the zerofivers were still able to limit Dortmund's goal-scoring opportunities and this game might not see too many goals because of how defensive both teams are.
7Sebastian AnderssonKOEVs S049.2MEven though he plays Schalke, I am not sure I would want a striker who has only managed to score 3 goals in 15 games this season and has no ceiling.
8Andrej KramarićTSGVs BSC19.2MThe Hoffenheim attack is less frightening when Baumgartner is absent and Kramarić plays as a #10.
9Marcus ThuramBMG@SVW16.2M
10Yussuf PoulsenRBL@FCU16.1M




Midfielders

 

RankNameTeamOpponentValueComments
1Jadon SanchoBVBVs B0422.1MTwo goals, two assists and scores of 18 and 21 for a team that is unbeaten in seven games is more than enough to justify his rank as the number one midfielder for this week.
2Filip KostićSGEVs SCF20.9MIt was hard to believe but Frankfurt scored three goals against Schalke and Kostić wasn't involved in any. The Serbian playmaker now has just one assist in his last six games. Freiburg is a potential ceiling game but with nothing to play for, Frankfurt might just take it casually again.
3Ondrej DudaKOE@S049.8MOut of form but the Schalke game is appealing and he will be a threat from set-pieces against the worst set-piece defending team in the league.
4Joshua KimmichFCBVs FCA20.5MHighest floor + ceiling among Bayern midfielders who are predicted to start.
5Christopher NkunkuRBL@FCU18M
6Vincenzo GrifoSCF@SGE15.1MGrifo is showing signs of some of his early-season form and has been the highest-scoring player over the last two matchdays with scores of 21 and 23 but getting him against Frankfurt might just be point chasing.
7Jamal MusialaFCBVs FCA2.6MMusiala offers budget entry into the Bayern Munich midfield at just 2.6M and has three goals and an assist in his last four starts.
8Lars StindlBMG@SVW16.3M
9Maximillian ArnoldWOBVs M0517.2M
10Ritsu DoanDSC@VFB10.8MArminia beat Stuttgart 3-0 in the reverse fixture and winning this game will ensure their survival in the Bundesliga. Expect Doan to have shots and key-passes against Stuttgart's B team players in defense.

Defenders

 

RankNameTeamOpponentValueComments
1David AlabaFCBVs FCA12.8MThis might be the worst Bayern defense we have seen in a while but it is still tough to imagine them conceding a goal against a team they concede the fewest goals on average among all current BL sides (0.68). FCB is expected to dominate this fixture again and with goals to be expected, there is a possibility for an Alaba involvement or some bonus for spamming at the least.
2Paulo OtávioWOBVs M059.5MDualmeister Otávio is a differential star option for this week if you expect Wolfsburg to keep a clean sheet against Mainz for the sixth Bundesliga game in a row.
3Raphaël GuerreiroBVBVs B0418.4M
4Borna SosaVFBVs DSC5.9MHe hasn't looked like his old self lately but could still put in a big performance against Arminia.
5Benjamin HenrichsRBL@FCU10.6MThe best thing about Henrichs is that the coach doesn't hate him.
6Ludwig AugustinssonSVWVs BMG9.5M
7Jannes HornKOEVs S041.3M
8Pavel KadeřábekTSGVs BSC10MIf FC Köln were able to keep a clean sheet against Hertha's injury plagued-attack then there is a chance for Hoffenheim as well. Even though the return of Lukebakio and Darida should help the Berliners.
9Oscar WendtBMG@SVW4.9M
10Timothy ChandlerSGEVs SCF5.2MChandler has an eye for goals but the Frankfurt defense is avoidable after their horrendous display against Schalke.




Goalkeepers

 

RankNameTeamOpponentValueComments
1Gregor KobelVFBVs DSC5.8MSave points + clean sheet potential.
2Stefan OrtegaDSC@VFB7.5MThis game is do or die for Arminia and it won't be easy for them because of how attacking Stuttgart are and it might come down to Ortega saving the day again.
3Mark FlekkenSCF@SGE4M
4Phillip PentkeTSGVs BSC1.1M
5Josep MartinezRBL@FCU1MSince Gulácsi is injured, you can try your luck with a keeper from the best defense in the league for just 1M.

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