By Rune Gjerulff@runegjerulff

Fantasy Bundesliga tips: 10 players to consider for Matchday 19

Here are 10 players you should consider bringing into your Fantasy Bundesliga team for Matchday 19.
In this Fantasy Bundesliga article, we will not be focusing on the most obvious picks such as Jeremie Frimpong and Harry Kane.

Instead, we will highlight players with a maximum ownership percentage of 20%, who could offer great value as differentials for Matchday 19.

Christopher Trimmel, Union Berlin (Defender, 7M, 0%)
With Josip Juranovic sidelined by injury, Trimmel is nailed down to start at right wing-back against bottom club Darmstadt at home. He's also on set pieces, which adds to his value.

Ian Maatsen, Borussia Dortmund (Defender, 10.4M, 8%)
Maatsen has made a very impressive start to his loan spell at Dortmund, helping the Black and Yellows to two comfortable wins in a row, keeping a clean sheet in both games. As BVB face Bochum and Heidenheim in their next two games, they will have a good chance of continuing their good form, and Maatsen should keep his place at left-back even if Ramy Bensebaini returns from the Africa Cup of Nations.

Raphael Guerreiro, Bayern (Defender, 14.3M, 3%)
One of Thomas Tuchel's favorites, Guerreiro has now started five consecutive games for Bayern. The Portugal international is a proven Fantasy asset and should retain his place after scoring in midweek and given the number of absentees Bayern currently have.

Gustavo Puerta, Leverkusen (Midfielder, 1M, 0%)
With Jonathan Tah suspended and Exequiel Palacios injured, Puerta looks set to make his first Bundesliga start in midfield for Leverkusen this weekend. Puerta may not have the highest ceiling, but given the fact that he's expected to start for the league leaders and costs the lowest possible price, he's worth a mention.

Vaclav Cerny, Wolfsburg (Midfielder, 8.2M, 0%)
Wolfsburg have had a rather unimpressive start to the new year, drawing 1-1 with Mainz and Heidenheim, but they're still a team to consider this week as they host an out-of-form FC Köln side. Having scored in two games in a row, Vaclav Cerny could be a great differential.

Marcel Sabitzer, Dortmund (Midfielder, 11.7M, 3%)
An engine in Dortmund's central midfield, Sabitzer has looked quite good lately, averaging 10.6 points in his last three games. Given Dortmund's good run of form, he might be worth a try as a cheaper alternative to Brandt, who hasn't played his best football of late.

Wout Weghorst, Hoffenheim (Striker, 10.4M, 0%)
With Hoffenheim facing a leaky Heidenheim defense, all three of their attacking options - Beier, Weghorst and Kramaric - have great potential. The mid-priced of the three, Weghorst, is on sale this week, increasing his appeal.

Patrik Schick, Bayer Leverkusen (Striker, 11.6M, 14%)
Although he hasn't scored in his first two games of 2024, it's only a matter of time before he finds the back of the net again. This week's home game against Gladbach is certainly another good opportunity.

Jonas Wind, Wolfsburg (Striker, 13.3M, 10%)
Wind is on a six-game goal drought in the league, but the good thing about him is that he also has a great eye for his teammates, having picked up three assists in those six matches.

Jadon Sancho, Borussia Dortmund (Striker, 13.6M, 14%)
Sancho may not be back to his best yet, but he's already shown that he can make a difference for Borussia Dortmund. The Black and Yellows have a nice home game against Bochum, and his appeal is increased by the fact that he's on sale.

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