Here are 10 players you should consider bringing into your Fantasy Bundesliga team for Matchday 30.
|Donyell Malen.||Photo: Borussia Dortmund|
Instead, we will highlight players with a maximum ownership percentage of 20%, who could offer great value as differentials for Matchday 30.
Aurelio Buta, Eintracht Frankfurt (Defender, 3.9M, 1%)
Eintracht Frankfurt are in terrible form, but they won't get a better chance to get back to winning ways than this week's home game against an Augsburg side without the likes of Gikiewicz, Gumny, Iago and Berisha. Playing in an attacking wing-back role and costing just 3.2 million, Buta is hard to go wrong with.
Josha Vagnoman, Stuttgart (Defender, 4.3M, 11%)
Although Stuttgart were far from impressive against Augsburg last time out, Vagnoman still managed to pick up eight points, taking his tally for the last three games to 48. With winnable games against injury-hit Gladbach and relegation-threatened Hertha on the horizon, the 22-year-old remains a solid option.
Joao Cancelo, Bayern Munich (Defender, 14M, 16%)
Given Davies' long-term injury, Cancelo looks set to start at left-back for Bayern for the rest of the season, making him an essential player to bring in.
Dominick Drexler, Schalke 04 (Midfielder, 2.7M, 0%)
With Werder sweating over the fitness of striking duo Marvin Ducksch and Niclas Füllkrug, backing Schalke 04 at home on Saturday night could pay off. Although he hasn't been a standout performer for Schalke in recent weeks, Drexler could offer great value for money, playing in an attacking midfield position for the Gelsenkirchen outfit.
Felix Nmecha, Wolfsburg (Midfielder, 4.5M, 5%)
Two confident teams will lock horns in the last game on Sunday, when Wolfsburg, coming off a 5-1 win over Bochum, take on a Mainz side riding a 10-game winless streak after beating Bayern 3-1 last time out. If you're looking to pick up a player from this game, Felix Nmecha is a solid option given his good form and low price.
Daichi Kamada, Eintracht Frankfurt (Midfielder, 12.1M, 3%)
It goes without saying that Eintracht and Kamada have seen a dip in form of late, with the midfielder's summer departure perhaps a factor. Therefore, picking the Japan international is definitely a gamble, but one that could pay off. With Eintracht heavily favored to win at home against Augsburg, Kamada could make a real difference this week if he shows up and performs.
Christopher Nkunku, RB Leipzig (Midfielder, 17.3M, 7%)
Having been eased back into action after a spell on the sidelines, Nkunku is expected to return to the starting eleven for Leipzig with Dominik Szoboszlai missing through suspension. One of the best players in the league when he's in form, Nkunku may not be back to 100 percent yet, but he's still a very intriguing option for his side's home clash with Hoffenheim.
Serhou Guirassy, Stuttgart (Striker, 8.9M, 3%)
After an unimpressive 1-0 home defeat to Union Berlin last week, Gladbach will be without three key players on the road against Stuttgart, with Ramy Bensebaini, Manu Koné and Marcus Thuram all set to miss out. Stuttgart, meanwhile, are fighting for every point to avoid relegation and will be looking to take advantage of Gladbach's injury crisis. If they're to get a result, Serhou Guirassy is likely to be involved as he's their main man up front. As well as picking up points for his attacking efforts, Guirassy is also capable of winning duels.
Donyell Malen, Dortmund (Striker, 13.7M, 10%)
With six goals in his last five Bundesliga games, Malen is one of the most in-form players in the league right now. With first-placed Dortmund facing a Bochum side that conceded five goals against Wolfsburg last week, the Dutchman could be in for another productive matchday.
Kingsley Coman, Bayern Munich (Striker, 14.3M, 5%)
With Bayern facing a leaky Hertha team at home, it makes a lot of sense to have a striker from Bayern. The big question is who to get. Kingsley Coman, who is predicted to start by all sources, could prove to be a great differential pick with an ownership of just 5 percent. Even the best fullbacks in the world have trouble containing Coman, so aging Hertha right-back Peter Pekarik could be in for a tough game.