Bundesliga Matchday 6 was easily the most difficult matchday of the season and it is one to forget. But if you have moved on from that then this week is something to look forward to (Unless there are more surprises in-store). From the Der Klassiker to the bottom of the table clash, there are points to be gained and ranks to be climbed. So cheer up, be optimistic and check out our Bundesliga fantasy player rankings for matchday 7:



1Robert LewandowskiFCB@BVB19.5MHis exclusion from the team last week was surprising but his 2 goals against Salzburg in UCL just solidifies the fact that he isn't someone to transfer out. Even if the opponent is Dortmund who have conceded the least so far.
2Andre SilvaSGE@VFB15.5M
3Erling Braut HålandBVB@DSC18.3MHe is Dortmund's best bet if they have a chance of winning this game.
4Yussuf Poulsen RBLVs SCF11.3M
5Max KruseFCUVs DSC11.6M
6Matheus CunhaBSC@FCA13.6MHe might not be the most consistent goal scorer but his bonus points have ensured an average of nine points in the last four games
7Lucas AlarioB04Vs BMG10.6M
8Marcus ThuramBMG@B0414.4MIn the two games he has played against Leverkusen, he has two goals and an assist.
9Goncalo PacienciaS04@M0510MSchalke will look for their first win in the bottom of the table clash and Paciencia is the only forward who seems like he might score for them.
10Sebastian AnderssonKOE@SVW10.8M



1Joshua KimmichFCB@BVB17.1MKimmich is playing like a man on a mission right now. That is to prove he is the best midfielder in the world. His 5 assists and 1 goal in the last 5 games for Bayern is one step towards proving that.
2Dani OlmoRBLVs SCF14.9M
3Daichi KamadaSGE@VFB12.4M
4Marcel SabitzerRBLVs SCF13.5M
5Jonas HofmannBMG@B0413.1MHe is in great form and the individual fixture on Sunday is just an added bonus for star flexibility.
6Amine HaritS04@M0510.9MHarit was the most dangerous player for Schalke against Stuttgart. He will be the most key attacker for them against Mainz.
7Andre HahnFCAVs BSC4.4MI love a good budget player that can get points for spamming shots.
8Jadon SanchoBVBVs FCB17.8M
9Ondrej DudaKOE@SVW7.3M
10Josip Brekalo WOBVs TSG9.8M



1AngeliñoRBLVs SCF14.2M
2Ismail JakobsKOE@SVW7.1MJakobs has looked like a great asset playing OOP on the wing and getting 11 points in each of his last 2 games mainly due to bonus points. Now he plays Bremen who have conceded an average of 16 shots in the last 4 games and Jakobs is 2nd for shots on goal for Koln.
3Christopher TrimmelFCUVs DSC9.7MBielefeld continue to be susceptible to set-pieces and crosses. Something Trimmel could easily capitalize on.
4Almamy ToureSGE@VFB8.4M
5Ramy BensebainiBMG@B0412.2M
6IagoFCAVs BSC5.2M
7Bastian OczipkaS04@M059.2MAlways nice to see an old fantasy regular like Oczipka back in consideration but he is nothing more than punt this week.
8Maxence LacroixWOBVs TSG4.3M
9Lucas HernandezFCB@BVB11.6M
10Maximilian MittelstädtBSC@FCA8.4M



1Frederik RønnowS04@M052MIf you still don't have him then I hope his 9 points for saved shots last week has convinced you now.
2Rafał GikiewiczFCAVs BSC7.5M
3Robin ZentnerM05Vs S044.7MSchalke has the least goals scored so far with 3.
4Stefan OrtegaDSC@FCU5.4M
5Gregor KobelVFBVs SGE5.2M

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