Here are 10 players you should consider bringing into your Fantasy Bundesliga team for Matchday 32.
|Time to invest in Union assets?
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Instead, we will highlight players with a maximum ownership percentage of 15%, who could offer great value as differentials for Matchday 32.
Marcel Lotka, Hertha BSC (Goalkeeper, 1.6M, 0%)
Deputizing for the injured Alexander Schwolow, Lotka is currently the cheapest starting goalkeeper in the game – and also the best-producing one if you look at the last three matchdays, which have seen him amass 28 points.
Marvin Plattenhardt, Hertha BSC (Defender, 5.8M, 1%)
The Hertha left-back is in fine form, having picked up 21 points in his last two games. Plattenhardt has struggled with a minor injury this week, but the club have expressed hope that the 30-year-old will be fit enough to feature in Saturday's relegation six-pointer against the league's most out-of-form side, Arminia Bielefeld.
Christopher Trimmel, Union Berlin (Defender, 10.8M, 3%)
The Union captain offers a good alternative to teammate Niko Giesselmann, who is both cheaper and more popular from a Fantasy perspective. Coming off a 14-point haul against RB Leipzig, the wing-back has the potential to do well again as Union face already-relegated Greuther Fürth on Friday, with the only downside being that he's just one yellow card away from suspension.
Jan Thielmann, FC Köln (Midfielder, 3.7M, 1%)
With Salih Özcan suspended this week, Thielmann has been tipped to start against Augsburg. The 19-year-old, who came on to score against Arminia Bielefeld last week, costs just 3.7 million and could start up front despite being a midfielder in the game.
Patrick Wimmer, Arminia Bielefeld (Midfielder, 7M, 6%)
Wimmer has been Bielefeld's best Fantasy asset by a large margin this season, scoring eight points per game on average. Interim coach Marco Kostmann seemingly prefers to use the 20-year-old up front, which only adds to his value. Bielefeld desperately need to pick up points against relegation rivals Hertha
Grischa Prömel, Union Berlin (Midfielder, 7.7M, 1%)
Prömel has already scored six goals this season and has been the best-performing midfielder in the game if you look at the last four matchdays, which have seen him pick up 11,2 points on average. With Union facing bottom-placed Greuther Fürth at home on Friday, Prömel could proide good value as a differential.
Julian Brandt, Borussia Dortmund (Midfielder, 12.4M, 6%)
With seven goals and eight assists to his name in the league already this season, Brandt could be a good player to own for the last games of the 2021/22 campaign, which will see Borussia Dortmund face three teams from the lower half of the table in Bochum, Greuther Fürth and Hertha.
Taiwo Awoniyi, Union Berlin (Striker, 10M, 3%)
The Nigerian forward is joint sixth on the Bundesliga's top scorer list, having found the net 13 times in the league this season already. Being Union's main man up front, he certainly has the potential to blow up against Fürth this week. The game goes for his striking partner, Sheraldo Becker (6.6M, 0%), who's cheaper, less owned and arguably more in-form, but also a suspension risk, as he's on four yellow cards.
Jonas Wind, Wolfsburg (Striker, 10.9M, 0%)
Wind has hit the ground running following his January move from FC Copenhagen and arguably played his best Bundesliga game yet against Mainz last week, bagging a brace in Wolfsburg's commanding 5-0 victory. He'll now face relegation-threatened Stuttgart, who haven't won in their last four games.
Mark Uth, FC Köln (Striker, 11M, 1%)
Uth was among our recommended players last week, and he certainly didn't disappoint, taking 19 points from Köln's 3-1 win over Arminia Bielefeld. Köln's remaining three games are against teams from the lower half of the table, and 'The Billy Goats' still have a lot at stake, as they're fighting for a European spot.
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