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 20%, who could offer great value as differentials for Matchday 11.
Anthony Caci, Mainz (Defender, 6.4M, 0%)
Mainz finally got their first win under interim coach Jan Siewert last week, beating RB Leipzig 2-0, and will be looking for another three points against Darmstadt. Playing as a wing-back, Caci has scored twice this season and has been one of the club's best performers.
Philipp Max, Frankfurt (10.6M, 1%)
Winning three of their last four Bundesliga matches, Eintracht - and Philipp Max - have raised their level, with the wing-back scoring double-digit goals in two of those games. With Max facing the attack-minded Mitchell Weiser this week, he should have plenty of space to get forward on the left.
Noussair Mazraoui, FC Bayern (Defender, 12.4M, 12%)
With the mighty champions welcoming Heidenheim to the Allianz Arena, it's even more advisable than usual to hoard Bayern players this week. At 12.4 million and 3% owned, Mazraoui is a good alternative or supplement to Alphonso Davies.
Brajan Gruda, Mainz (Midfielder, 1.5M, 8%)
After missing Mainz's win over Leipzig, the highly-rated attacker returned to training on Thursday and should be back in the squad for Mainz's crunch clash with Darmstadt. Even if he's not 100 percent to start, you can't really go wrong with him at just 1.5 million.
Tim Skarke, Darmstadt (Midfielder, 4.7M, 5%)
Skarke is a midfielder in the game, but actually plays as a striker and has already found the net three times this season. He could have gotten on the scoresheet against Bochum last week with a little more luck, but despite not scoring or assisting, he still managed to pick up 10 points. With Darmstadt facing fellow relegation rivals Mainz this time around, the 27-year-old remains a very good pick, especially for the price.
Kevin Paredes, Wolfsburg (Midfielder, 5.8M, 0%)
Paredes started and scored as a winger last time out, but is likely to play in a more attacking role as a winger this time around, with Wolfsburg coach Niko Kovac likely to revert to a four-man backline due to injuries at the back. At just 5.8 million, he could be good value for money against a Gladbach side that conceded three goals against Freiburg last week.
Leon Goretzka, FC Bayern (Midfielder, 13.2M, 3%)
The Germany international is expected to start again in central midfield with Joshua Kimmich still suspended. However, he could be moved to central defense if Thomas Tuchel decides to rest Dayot Upamecano, as the Bayern coach hinted at after the midweek win over Galatasaray.
Phillip Tietz, Augsburg (Striker, 8.1M, 0%)
The appointment of Jess Thorup as coach has given Augsburg a boost, with Die Fuggerstädter taking seven points from their last three games. Tietz has gotten on the scoresheet and scored double-digit points in each of those games.
Omar Marmoush, Frankfurt (Striker, 11.4M, 2%)
Marmoush is currently one of the most in-form forwards in the Bundesliga, having scored five goals in his last three league games, including two braces. This weekend, he'll face a Werder side who have conceded an average of two goals per game in the league this season.
Thomas Müller, FC Bayern (Striker, 13.2M, 1%)
Jamal Musiala suffered a muscle injury against Galatasaray, which means that Thomas Muller will most likely play as an attacking midfielder against Heidenheim. The veteran is significantly cheaper than Kane and Sané and is owned by just 1 percent, which makes him a great differential.