Here are 10 players you should consider bringing into your Fantasy Bundesliga team for Matchday 34.
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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 34.
Be aware that all this round's fixtures will kick off at Saturday 15:30 CET, meaning you will be able to see the line-ups in advance. It also means that you will only need 11 starting players.
Daniel Brosinski, Mainz (Defender, 3.3, 0%)
Mainz coach Bo Svensson has confirmed that Brosinski will be in his starting eleven for Saturday's game against Eintracht Frankfurt, which will be the 33-year-old's last game for 'Die Nullfünfer' after eight years at the club. Mainz are seen as huge favorites against Eintracht, who will surely have one eye on next week's Europa League final against Rangers, and Brosinski is cheap and plays as a wing-back. He's also likely to take the shot if Mainz get a penalty, having scored from the spot nine times for his club in the past.
Mads Pedersen, Augsburg (Defender, 3.8M, 0%)
Costing 0.5 million more than Brosinski, Pedersen is expected to play as a winger despite being a defender in the game as Augsburg welcome already-relegated Greuther Fürth. Playing in that position, the Dane picked up 26 points against Wolfsburg on Matchday 28.
Nordi Mukiele, RB Leipzig (Defender, 10.7M, 6%)
Providing three assists and amassing a whopping 25 points, Mukiele arguably had his best ever game for Leipzig last week. Traveling to Bielefeld, Leipzig are among the teams that still have something to play for and are considered this weekend's biggest favorites by the bookmakers.
Christopher Trimmel, Union Berlin (Defender, 11.3M, 3%)
Trimmel was among the star performers in Union Berlin's impressive 4-1 win over Freiburg last week and will look to build on that performance against Bochum as Union look to pick up three important points in the race for Europe.
Dani Olmo, RB Leipzig (Midfielder, 12.8M, 9%)
The Spaniard has a high ceiling and could be a great differential if he starts against Arminia Bielefeld.
Julian Brandt, Dortmund (Midfielder, 12.9M, 7%)
Brandt should take a lot of confidence from last week's game against Greuther Fürth, which saw him bag a brace, and will look to build on that performance at home against relegation-threatened Hertha BSC.
Jamal Musiala, Bayern (Midfielder, 13M, 10%)
Musiala hasn't started in Bayern's last six games, but is now being predicted to make the starting eleven against Wolfsburg by German football magazine Kicker. If he indeed starts, the German youngster could be a great differential.
Jonas Hofmann, Gladbach (Midfielder, 16.3M, 6%)
Hoffmann has been Gladbach's attacking talisman this season and should have a good chance of doing well against an out-of-form Hoffenheim side, who have conceded 10 goals in their last three games.
Sheraldo Becker, Union Berlin (Striker, 6.9M, 0%)
Becker has really stepped up for Union since Max Kruse's departure and has two goals and three assists in his last five games. Last time out, he got on the scoresheet and set up a goal in Union's 4-1 win over Freiburg.
André Silva, RB Leipzig (Striker, 17.8M, 7%)
Owned by just seven percent of managers, Silva offers great differential value as Champions League contenders Leipzig lock horns with a Bielefeld side on the brink of relegation. If the Portuguese forward has a good game, he could be a real difference-maker.
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