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Fantasy Bundesliga tips:
10 players to consider for Matchday 21

By Rune Gjerulff   @runegjerulff

Here are 10 players you should consider bringing into your Fantasy Bundesliga team for Matchday 21.
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Photo: SV Werder Bremen
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 21.

Felix Agu, Werder Bremen (Defender, 2M, 0%)
Having secured a starting spot at left wing-back, Agu is an excellent budget option for the coming weeks as Werder approach a nice run of fixtures against Heidenheim, FC Köln, Darmstadt and Hoffenheim.

Luca Netz, Gladbach (Defender, 7.2M, 4%)
With Gladbach facing arguably the weakest team in the league, Darmstadt, at home this weekend, Die Fohlen's attacking left wing-back is an intriguing option if you're looking for a differential.

Maximilian Mittelstädt, Stuttgart (Defender, 7.4M, 6%)
Like Werder, Stuttgart have a very attractive schedule coming up. Costing just 7.4 million, Mittelstädt has scored double figures in back-to-back games and should continue to start at left-back despite Hiroki Ito's return from Asian Cup duty.

Enzo Millot, Stuttgart (Midfielder, 9.7M, 4%)
Enzo Millot is cheaper and has has much lower ownership than his more popular teammate Chris Führich, so if you want to get a differential midfielder in from Stuttgart for their upcoming nice run of games, he could be a good choice. It's also worth noting that Millot took and converted Stuttgart's last penalty, which means he could get the chance again from 11 meters.


Franck Honorat, Gladbach (Midfielder, 12.7M, 1%)
His price tag is high, but Gladbach's set-piece taker has the ability to do serious damage against a Darmstadt side, who have shown great weakness in defending crosses and dead ball situations this season.

Julian Brandt, Borussia Dortmund (Midfielder, 18.2M, 15%)
Back from illness, Dortmund's creative attacking midfielder should be back on your radar as the Black and Yellows welcome a Freiburg side who have lost two in a row.

Justin Njinmah, Werder Bremen (Striker, 3.5M, 2%)
Njinmah remains the only budget forward really worth considering. As mentioned earlier in this article, Werder have a great run of games and the striker is on sale this week for just 3.1 million.

Jordan, Gladbach (Striker, 8.6M, 0%)
With four goals and three assists to his name, the striker has been directly involved in a goal in an average of 50 percent of his appearances for Gladbach. He should have a good chance of adding to that tally at home against Darmstadt.

Marvin Ducksch, Werder Bremen (Striker, 12.7M, 1%)
If you're willing to spend a bit more on a Werder striker, Ducksch is the guy to get. Responsible for all of Werder's set pieces, including penalties, the striker has scored two games in a row. In total, he has had a hand in an impressive 14 goals (nine goals, five assists) in 19 Bundesliga games this season.

Serhou Guirassy, Stuttgart (Striker, 14.6M, 3%)
Back from the Africa Cup of Nations, Serhou Guirassy should be back in the Stuttgart squad for Sunday's home game against Mainz. If he starts right away, his potential against a struggling Mainz side is huge. But of course his in-form striking partner Deniz Undav would be the safer choice.


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