Last week was great for the big 4 with all of them registering wins but they didn’t share the same fate in the champions league with Bayern Munich and Dortmund edging late wins, Borussia failing to protect another lead and RB Leipzig being thumped by 5 goals. As Matchday 6 edges closer, we look at the Bundesliga Fantasy Player Rankings for this week:



1Robert LewandowskiFCB@KOE19.6MPlaying against Koln must be something to look forward to for Lewandowski as he has scored in each of his last 4 games against them. Which totals to 5 goals.
2Erling Braut HålandBVB@DSC18.3M
3Thomas MullerFCB@KOE17.7MIf you love the option of a double up then Muller boasts a great record against Koln as well registering 5 assists in his last 3 games against them.
4Saša KalajdžićVFB@S045MAn early game against one of the worst defenses in Schalke and only 5M is almost too good to be through. If stats is your thing then he has scored 3 goals and assisted 1 so far.
5Andre SilvaSGEVs SVW15.1MSilva has scored in all three of his games against Bremen
6Serge GnabryFCB@KOE17.3MGnabry could be an interesting play on the wing in what has generally been a high scoring fixture.
7Lucas AlarioB04@SCF10.6M
8Matheus CunhaBSCVs WOB13.2M
9Wout WeghorstWOB@BSC14.7MHertha is a team that struggles with set-pieces and Weghorst will be an important player if they want to win this game.
10Alassane PléaBMGVs RBL15.3M



1Leroy SaneFCB@KOE17.2MSane's much awaited return to action last week resulted in a stunning goal. He is set to start this week and it is time to make some space in your teams.
2Daichi KamadaSGEVs SVW12.2MPlaying Bayern away is as tough as it gets but a game against Bremen is a good chance to make a comeback. Especially considering that they've been dominated in terms of possession and shots by almost every team.
3Jadon SanchoBVB@DSC17.6M
4Joshua KimmichFCB@KOE16.7MHe is in a good run of form and he has historically been good against Koln. A game that Bayern always dominate.
5Jonas HofmannBMGVs RBL13M
6Daniel Caligiuri FCAVs M059.9MEverything Mainz struggles with is Caligiuri's strength. That is defending set-pieces, counter attacks and attacks down the wing.
7Daniel DidaviVFB@S047.6M
8Florian WirtzB04@SCF6.1M
9Christopher NkunkuRBL@BMG14.9M
10Vincenzo GrifoSCFVs B0411.6M



1Lucas HernandezFCB@KOE11.7M
2Raphaël GuerreiroBVB@DSC14.5M
3Almamy ToureSGEVs SVW8.4MToure got 8 points for goal attempts and finished with 7 despite conceding 5 goals against Bayern. The potential in the game against Bremen is immense.
5IagoFCAVs M055.3MAugsburg have lost their last 2 games and will be desperate for a turnaround. Winless Mainz who have only scored 4 goals is a great opportunity to do that.
6Bouna SarrFCB@KOE9.3MHe has more to offer offensively than Lucas and at a lower value.
7Marc-Oliver KempfVFB@S045.6M
8Christian GünterSCFVs B0411.6MThe last 2 games have shown us glimpses of the old Gunter. 12 and 15 points in last 2 games while racking up plenty of points for pass to shots.
9Christopher TrimmelFCU@TSG9.8M
10Pavel KadeřábekTSGVs FCU10.7M



1Frederik RønnowS04Vs VFB1.8MHe might play for the worst defense but I have faith in his ability to make saves.
2Florian Muller SCFVs B043.9M
3Rafał GikiewiczFCAVs M057.5MMainz have failed to register shots on target for 2 of their 3 last games and it could result in some easy saves for Giki. There is also a good chance at a cleansheet.
4Gregor KobelVFB@S045.3M
5Robin ZentnerM05@FCA4.8M

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