Tipster Andres shares the best differentials to consider in Fantasy Bundesliga for matchday 16 with ownership below 15%.

We face the last match week before the winter break in the Bundesliga, so, we have to try to approach the top spot in all our leagues. To help you with that, we bring you eight differentials for the week, so that you can differentiate from the rest of your league mates and win your match week.

Remember, a differential is a player who’s owned below 15% of teams.

Andrej Kramaric / TSG / FWD / 13.9M / 0%

The Croatian faces Darmstadt, the bottom team on the table and the worst defense in the league. For many years, Kramaric has been the leader and the engine of the offense for Hoffenheim. They are the third team with more penalty kicks in favor and Kramaric is the penalty shooter. In addition to his 36 chances created this season (5th best in the league) and his 0.30xA/90min. Maybe a little bit expensive, but he can be a high-reward player.

Emil Forsberg / RBL / MID / 8.6M / 0%

This is his last Bundesliga match before he leaves Leipzig to go play in the MLS. Is very likely that he plays at least 60 to 70 minutes. The RB legend faces Werder Bremen, who are the 5th worst defense in the league. Also, in the last two matches, Forsberg has generated 2 G/A.

Niclas Füllkrug / BVB / FWD / 15.8M / 5%

Another week in this section. Füllkrug is starting to perform like he was performing last season. He averages 7 G/A in the last 7 league games. This week he faces Mainz (17th in the league) at home, and they’re one of both teams who hasn’t won away yet. We expect the good streak of Füllkrug to continue and what better to do it than in your squad.

Jamie Bynoe-Gittens / BVB / MID / 7.8m / 5%

In the past weeks, we haven’t seen a big production of goals or assists from the Englishman. But he’s the most consistent and electric attacker that Dortmund has. Against a bottom-tier rival like Mainz, we can hope for an explosive game from Bynoe-Gittens. He can be a revelation player in the second half of the season in the Bundesliga. Also, he averages 0.27 assists, 3.72 shots, 1.86 shots on target and 6.37 duels won per 90 min played. Insane stats for the Fantasy and a sign of an upcoming breakout.

Jamal Musiala / FCB / MID / 16.1M / 14%

A disappointing player so far this season in fantasy football, but he’s facing a good opportunity to explode. Bayern is plagued by injuries, among them, the Gnabry and Coman ones. So, Musiala has a big probability to play in the left wing, his best position. Maybe a little too risky if we take into account the high price he has, but he already showed last season that he can be a must-have player.

Merlin Röhl / SCF / MID / 3.1M / 1%

The young midfielder has gradually established himself in the starting team. The last match he produced 19 points and did not even score or assist. In fantasy, we have to follow the volume and in the last three matches he has generated 1.32 xG + xA and created 3 chances. A big upside differential and faces Heidenheim, the fourth-worst defense in the league.

Niklas Süle / BVB / DEF / 8.9 (Sale) / 3%

Another disappointing player so far this season. But this week, Süle faces Mainz at home and it’s very likely that he starts the game, either as a right back or as a center back. Mainz are the second-worst attack in the league this season, this means that it’s very probable to see a clean sheet from Borussia Dortmund. A safe floor defender with a high upside.

Josip Juranovic / FCU / DEF / 9.8M / 1%

Not the most sexy pick, but he’s a boom-or-bust option. Union Berlin faces Köln, a direct rival for relegation. They are the worst attack in the league, and the fact that Juranovic plays as a wing-back, brings him a high ceiling for this matchday. But we have to be careful, because Union Berlin has been a disaster in defense, so it’s not a secure pick.

I wish that at least one of these options can help you to achieve the top matchday qualification in your league unless you play against me.

You can find additional Bundesliga Fantasy resources for the 23/24 season here.

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