Here are our Fantasy Bundesliga tips for matchday 11.
|Timo Werner.||Photo: RB Leipzig|
The 25-year-old winger has definitely been one of Nürnberg's most exciting players this season. With his blistering pace and fast feet, Misidjan can threaten all Bundesliga opponents although he needs to work on his end product. So far, the former Ludogorets winger has just scored once and made two assists in eight Bundesliga games, but he has a good chance of bettering those statistics when Nürnberg face a crisis-hit Stuttgart side who have lost their their last three games by 0-11 in total. Other good options from Nürnberg are the extremely cheap Alexander Fuchs (midfielder, 1.3M), who looks set to start again after scoring against Augsburg last round, and Adam Zrelak (striker, 4.4M) who is expected to lead the line once again as Michael Ishak is unlikely to recover in time for Saturday's game.
Timo Werner (RB Leipzig), striker - 15.6M
If Timo Werner isn't in your team yet, you should consider bringing him in. Yes, he's expensive - but he's also capable of earning your team a lot of points. Last time out, he bagged his fourth brace of the season in the 3-0 win over Hertha BSC, and the German international could have had even more goals, taking eight shots in total during the game. RB Leipzig have been in good form lately, and Werner should have a good chance of getting on the scoresheet against a Leverkusen side who have conceded 21 goals in 10 Bundesliga games this season. However, it's worth noting that Werner will miss Thursday's game against Celtic due to a minor injury and that he remains a slight doubt for the game against Leverkusen.
Reiss Nelson (Hoffenheim), striker - 2.3M
After starting on the bench against Olympique Lyon in midweek, Reiss Nelson is expected to be back in the line-up for the home game against Augsburg. The Arsenal loanee, who is priced at just 2.3M, has scored five goals in six Bundesliga appearances so far, and he could add to that tally against an Augsburg side who have conceded four goals in their last two games against Mainz and FC Nürnberg - both teams that haven't scored many goals against other opponents this season. Another good option from Hoffenheim is Pavel Kaderabek (defender, 11.3M). The strong wing-back, who is known for his ability to go forward, scored against Lyon on Wednesday and has netted three times and made four assists in 13 appearances in total this season.
Click here to see our predicted Bundesliga line-ups for matchday 11.