Here are 10 players you should consider bringing into your Fantasy Bundesliga team for Matchday 11.
Instead, we will highlight players with a maximum ownership percentage of 15%, who could offer great value as differentials for Matchday 11.
Tobias Sippel, Gladbach (Goalkeeper, 2M, 0%)
Yann Sommer is expected to be out for at least a couple of games after suffering an ankle injury in Gladbach's mid-week cup defeat against Darmstadt. Tobias Sippel, who costs just 2 million, will step in to replace him.
Danny da Costa, Mainz (Defender, 5.6M, 0%)
Danny da Costa was the joint highest-scoring defender last week, amassing 16 points. With Silvan Widmer fit again, da Costa might drop out of the line-up, but if he's in the starting eleven again on Friday, the wing-back is a cheap differential to consider.
Marvin Plattenhardt, Hertha BSC (Defender, 6.8M, 1%)
Plattenhardt is approaching a very attractive stand-alone fixture, with Hertha BSC welcoming crisis-hit Schalke to Berlin in the last game on Sunday. Plattenhardt has not been doing particularly well Fantasy wise this season except for his 21-point haul against Augsburg on Matchday 5, which showed what he's capable of.
Paulo Otavio, Wolfsburg (Defender, 7.7M, 2%)
Otavio hit double figures for the fourth time in eight games, scoring 16 points against Gladbach last week. After a disappointing start to the season, Wolfsburg are now unbeaten in their last four matches in all competitions and now face a Leverkusen side, who have conceded eight goals in their last two games. They're playing Bochum at home next week, which doesn't make Otavio any less attractive, although it's a downside that he's just one yellow card away from getting suspended.
Linton Maina, FC Köln (Midfielder, 4.3M, 2%)
If you want a player from the Friday night game, Maina is a good shout. The 23-year-old attacker put in one of his best performances in a Köln shirt against Augsburg last week, picking up 13 points, and he costs as little as 4.3 million.
Yannick Gerhardt, Wolfsburg (Midfielder, 6.5M, 2%)
Having scored double figures in three consecutive games, Gerhardt is one of the league's most in-form midfielders at the moment, and with a couple of games against lower-placed teams coming up, he could continue his fine form.
Ritsu Doan, Freiburg (Midfielder, 9.2M, 12%)
Freiburg have a nice run of fixtures coming up, facing Werder (H), Schalke 04 (A) and FC Köln (H) in their next three games. Having amassed 77 points so far this season, Doan is a good, cheap alternative to his more expensive and popular teammate Vincenzo Grifo.
Dominik Szoboszlai, RB Leipzig (Midfielder, 12.9M, 7%)
Szoboszlai has been given a much bigger role since Marco Rose took over as coach and has started every game under the 46-year-old. Coming off a 16-point haul against Hamburger SV, the Hungarian international will look to continue his good form against Augsburg, who have conceded eight goals in their last two competitive games.
Jordan, Union Berlin (Striker, 8.2M, 6%)
Jordan sat out of Union Berlin's mid-week win over Heidenheim in the cup, but is expected to be fit to play against Bochum. The U.S. international has had a very impressive first season in the Bundesliga so far with three goals and three assists to his name and will now play against the league's worst defence in terms of goals conceded.
Dodi Lukebakio, Hertha BSC (Striker, 8.5M, 1%)
Lukebakio is in great form, having scored 11, 8 and 10 points on Matchday 8, 9 and 10, respectively. With Hertha facing an out-of-form Schalke 04 side on Sunday, he could be a great differential this week.
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