Matchday 4 saw a lot of great matches, with Leverkusen coming out strong against reigning champions Bayern Munich. With Leverkusen, Leipzig and Bayern all fighting for the top spot, we move on to Matchday 5.
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MORITZ NICOLAS, - 5 POINTS
JANIS BLASWICH, RB LEIPZIG - 12 POINTS
ALPHONSO DAVIES, BAYERN MUNICH - 2 POINTS
DAVID RAUM, RB LEIPZIG - 20 POINTS
JEREMIE FRIMPONG, BAYER LEVERKUSEN - 3 POINTS
LUKAS KÜBLER, FREIBURG - 1 POINTS
OMAR TRAORÉ, HEIDENHEIM - 1 POINTS
XAVI SIMONS, RB LEIPZIG - 15 POINTS
FLORIAN WIRTZ, BAYER LEVERKUSEN - 5 POINTS
JULIAN BRANDT, BORUSSIA DORTMUND - 12 POINTS
CHRIS FÜHRICH, STUTTGART - 9 POINTS
NATHAN NGOUMOU, GLADBACH - 1 POINT
HARRY KANE, BAYERN MUNICH - 10 POINTS
SERHOU GUIRASSY, STUTTGART - 27 POINTS
VICTOR BONIFACE, BAYER LEVERKUSEN - 25 PTS
Transfers for GW5:
JULIAN BRANDT OUT, JAMAL MUSIALA IN
Musiala returned from injury and started the game against Man Utd in the UCL, showing great attacking threat from midfield. He created a lot of chances for Kane, Sane and also got an assist in the game. A favorable matchup against Bochum makes him an essential midfielder to own this gameweek.
LUKAS KÜBLER OUT, HIROKI ITO IN
Stutgart have been one of the teams in form in the Bundesliga and will be playing against newly promoted Darmstadt. Ito plays as a left back and is involved in attacks from the left. His attacking threat along with high tackles makes him a good pick against Darmstadt where he is expected to keep a clean sheet.
NATHAN NGOUMOU OUT, JAN-NIKLAS BESTE IN
Beste has been in electrifying form at the start of the season, scoring a goal and assisting another against Bremen last matchday. He seems to be the talisman of the team and although he has a tough matchup against Leverkusen, Beste seems to be the man most likely to be involved if Heidenheim get on the board.