|Alphonso Davies.||Photo: Sven Mandel / CC-BY-SA-4.0|
In this article, we take a look at our selected template team as well as the players we can target to bring in this matchday, using our three transfers.
In this regard, the word 'template' refers to players who are highly owned, regularly scoring good fantasy points and being main players for their teams.
Below, you'll find the template team from last week and the latest Fantasy score of each player.
Mark Flekken (8.7M) 9pts
Yann Sommer(10.1M) 1pts
Matthias Ginter (10.4M) -3pts
Pavel Kadeřábek(9.5M) -2pt
Nico Schlotterbeck(10.8M) 12pts
Borna Sosa(12M) 9pts
Vincenzo Grifo(16.8M) 7pts
Filip Kostić(18.7M) 4pts
Christopher Nkunku (19.6M) 7pts
Joshua Kimmich(18.9M) 8 pts
Christoph Baumgartner(12.7) 10pts
Robert Lewandowski(25M) 11pts
Alassane Pléa (16M) 5pts
Andrej Kramarić(17M) 10pts
Christoph Baumgartner OUT Florian Kainz IN
Kainz makes it into the team in place of the suspended Baumgartner. He is looking back in form and contributed with a goal and an assist in the last match. A game against Bielefeld, who have sacked their coach recently and are conceding a lot of goals, seems perfect for Kainz.
Pavel Kadeřábek OUT
Alphonso Davies IN
Davies is back with a vengeance and was extremely involved in Bayern’s attack down the left last week. With Coman being doubtful to start, Davies has the opportunity to overlap and increase his chances of getting assists or goals.
Andrej Kramarić OUT
Patrik Schick IN
We all remember what Schick did last time against Furth. His 4 goals and one assist saw him rack up the highest score for a player in the fantasy game this season. Again he is up against Furth, although he is not in the best of form, but being a natural finisher he is more than capable of repeating his earlier exploits.
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