Here are 10 players you should consider bringing into your Fantasy Bundesliga team for Matchday 7.
|Alassane Plea.||Photo: Borussia Mönchengladbach|
Instead, we will highlight players with a maximum ownership percentage of 20%, who could offer great value as differentials for Matchday 7.
Mathias Bader, Darmstadt (Defender, 4.5M, 0%)
Bader picked up 21 points last weekend, making him the third highest-scoring player on Matchday 6. Darmstadt's wing-backs are very attacking and, spurred on by their win over Bremen, Die Lilien could cause problems for Augsburg in what is likely to be a close, high-scoring game. Another plus with Bader is that he's on sale this week.
Luca Netz, Gladbach (Defender, 6.7M, 0%)
Plays in an attacking wing-back role for a Gladbach team that have looked much improved in recent games. He scored 12 points against Bochum last week and should have a chance to reach double figures again as Gladbach face an out-of-form Mainz side at home.
Pavel Kaderabek, Hoffenheim (Defender, 8.4M, 1%)
The Czech winger has been very consistent in the four games he's played so far this season, scoring 8 points twice and 10 points twice. Werder have really struggled in defense lately, especially on the left side, so the foundation should be there for Kaderabek to do well.
David Raum, RB Leipzig (Defender, 12.1M, 9%)
With Leipzig at home against struggling Bochum, Raum is one of the most intriguing defenders this week. However, the big question is whether he will get a rest after playing 90 minutes against Manchester City on Wednesday.
Tim Skarke, Darmstadt (Midfielder, 4M, 1%)
A midfielder in the game, Skarke actually plays up front for Darmstadt and scored a great goal against Werder last week. Augsburg have looked really shaky at the back this season, so he should have a good chance to do well again.
Fabio Carvalho, RB Leipzig (Midfielder, 7M, 0%)
If you're not afraid to take a risk, bringing in Carvalho could work out well. After watching Leipzig's Champions League loss to Liverpool from the bench, the Liverpool loanee should have a good chance of starting against Bochum to provide fresh legs for Marco Rose's side. He's also on sale this week for just 7 million.
Jan-Niklas Beste, Heidenheim (Midfielder, 8.2M, 12%)
Like so many times before, Beste played a key role for Heidenheim last week, scoring a wonderful free kick to take his points tally for the season to 60, making him the fifth highest scoring midfielder in the game. After beating Union last week, Heidenheim could get another good result against an unimpressive Eintracht side, who are coming off a loss to PAOK in the Conference League.
Maximilian Beier, Hoffenheim (Striker, 6.2M, 1%)
After scoring four games in a row, Beier's scoring streak came to an end against Dortmund last week. But given Werder's poor defending against Darmstadt last week, the prospects of him getting back on the scoresheet this weekend look bright.
Alassane Plea, Gladbach (Striker, 11.3M, 0%)
After a difficult start to the season, Plea really stepped up for Gladbach last week, scoring a whopping 27 points after being involved in all three of their goals. He could very well continue in the same vein as Gladbach take on bottom side Mainz at home.
Lois Openda, RB Leipzig (Striker, 14.7M, 8%)
Has scored in each of Leipzig's last two tough games against Bayern Munich and Manchester City, and will look to continue his good form against a Bochum side, who have already conceded 19 goals in the Bundesliga this season.