It has been a long week of football with the addition of Champions League and Europa League games through the weekday and it is set to continue as we begin with a four day weekend of Bundesliga games. There are several juicy fixtures this week that could yield in some fantasy points for your team. Let’s take a look at the top players for matchday 5:

Note: Serge Gnabry and Josip Brekalo tested Covid-19 positive over the weekday and Ludwig Augustinsson has been ruled out due to injury.

Since the article was published, Hofmann has been replaced by Patrick Herrmann (Forward in-game) in the probable lineups by Kicker and Ligainsider.



1Erling Braut HålandBVBVs S0417.9MHe dethrones Lewandowski for the top spot this week as he plays Schalke who have conceded the most goals this season with 16. He scored a goal and assisted one the last time he played Schalke at home.
2Robert LewandowskiFCBVs SGE19.2MLewandowski has 6 goals in his last 2 games and has scored in the last 2 games he played against Frankfurt. Lethal.
3Marco ReusBVBVs S0416.1M
4Alassane PléaBMG@M0515.3MBorussia have scored 3 goals in each of their last 2 games against Mainz and Pléa scored 3 and assisted one in them.
5Thomas MullerFCBVs SGE17.4MHe has scored/assisted in his last 6 games for Bayern.
6Saša KalajdžićVFBVs KOE4.8MSaša has scored in both home games this season and now struggling Koln pay a visit for the first game of the week.
7Marcus ThuramBMG@M0514.4M
8Yussuf PoulsenRBLVs BSC11.3MHertha has had the 3rd worst defense so far and Poulsen could capitalize on their weakness of not being able to defend set pieces.
9Douglas CostaFCBVs SGE12M
10Nicolás GonzálezVFBVs KOE8.7MHe was the top scorer for Stuttgart with 14 goals and 3 assists. Now he is set to start against Koln.



1Jonas HofmannBMG@M0513MHofmann seems unstoppable right now. He has scored/assisted in his last 4 games for Borussia. Mainz is another great fixture for him.
2Giovanni ReynaBVBVs S047.8MThe last time Reyna paired up with Reus instead of Sancho, he had a hattrick of assists.
3Dani OlmoRBLVs BSC14.8M
4Lars StindlBMG@M0512.6M
5Joshua KimmichFCBVs SGE16.5M
6Milot RashicaSVWVs TSG12.7MHe could be a trump card against Hoffenheim but whether he will start or not still remains a question
7Daniel DidaviVFBVs KOE7.5M
8Vincenzo GrifoSCF@FCU11.6M
9Florian WirtzB04Vs FCA6.1M
10Daichi KamadaSGE@FCB12.2M



1Raphaël GuerreiroBVBVs S0414.1MHe might not be in the best form but a game against Schalke is a good opportunity to change that. Especially when you scored 2 goals against them last time.
2AngeliñoRBLVs BSC13.9MAngelino currently has his shooting boots on scoring 4 goals in his last 3 games.
3Alphonso DaviesFCBVs SGE15MHe surprisingly didn't start the last 2 games for Bayern but he should against Frankfurt.
4Ramy BensebainiBMG@M0512M
5Christopher TrimmelFCUVs SCF10M
6Christian GünterSCF@FCU11.3MIt's going to be showdown between him and Trimmel about who can get better crosses.
7Marc-Oliver KempfVFBVs KOE5.6M
8Maxence LacroixWOBVs DSC4.2M2nd best defense against 2nd worst offense. Just 4.2M. Need I say more?
9Benjamin HenrichsRBLVs BSC12.3M
10Stefan LainerBMG@M059.8M



1Andreas LutheFCUVs SCF4.9MKeepers have averaged 5 points a game against Freiburg so far.
2Gregor KobelVFBVs KOE5.4MHe has got 6 and 9 points for shots saved in his last 2 games.
3Florian Muller SCFVs SVW3.8M
4Rafał GikiewiczFCAVs RBL7.7M
5Stefan OrtegaDSC@WOB5.3MHe returns to the list as he plays against Wolfsburg who will be looking for their first win of the season.

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