By Rune Gjerulff@runegjerulff

Fantasy Bundesliga tips: 10 players to consider for Matchday 23

Here are 10 players you should consider bringing into your Fantasy Bundesliga team for Matchday 23.
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 23.

Felix Agu, Werder Bremen (Defender, 1.9M, 1%)
Agu is coming off a 12-point return against Köln, is playing a quite attacking wing-back role at home against Darmstadt and costs only 1.9 million this week, as he's on sale.

Josha Vagnoman, Stuttgart (Defender, 9.2M, 2%)
With Pascal Stenzel suspended, Vagnoman looks set to start at right-back for Stuttgart, who are one of the big favorites this week at home against FC Köln.

Mitchell Weiser, Werder Bremen (11.3M, 11%)
Weiser has scored double figures in his last three games, most recently setting up Werder's winner against Köln, and will now face bottom side Darmstadt at home.

Robin Gosens, Union Berlin (Defender, 11.8M, 6%)
In a disappointing season for Union Berlin, Gosens has been by far their best Fantasy performer with 126 points so far, averaging 6 points per game. Having scored an impressive five goals in the Bundesliga this season, he could prove to be a great differential as Union welcome Heidenheim to the capital.

Enzo Millot, Stuttgart (Midfielder, 9.9M, 8%)
Millot was rested and came off the bench last week and ended up playing a key role when his shot hit the post and led to Stuttgart's second goal. He's been promised a start this time around and is a good alternative to teammate Chris Führich, who has been a bit disappointing of late.

Vincenzo Grifo, Freiburg (Midfielder, 17.6M, 10%)
Freiburg snapped a five-match winless streak with a spirited 3-2 comeback win over Lens in the Europa League on Thursday. Their legs may be tired after the win, but it's likely to have given them a mental boost. Christian Streich's side have also had a couple of key players return from injury recently, with Christian Günter and Matthias Ginter both in contention for starts. Augsburg, on the other hand, are depleted at the back, with captain Jeffrey Gouweleeuw and Patric Pfeffer both out, and Freiburg could take advantage of that. Vincenzo Grifo was rested on Thursday and should have plenty of energy to strike against Augsburg.

Julian Brandt, Dortmund (Midfielder, 18.1M, 15%)
Brandt hasn't been at his best since returning from illness, but with a number of training sessions and a few games in his legs, he should find his form again gradually. A home game against struggling Hoffenheim should be a good opportunity for the attacking midfielder to shine.

Justin Njinmah, Werder Bremen (Striker, 3.4M, 2%)
Njinmah surprisingly started on the bench against Köln last week, but came on to score the winner and is expected to be back in the starting lineup this week against a struggling Darmstadt side.

Amine Adli, Leverkusen (Striker, 10.7M, 1%)
Adli has worked his way into the starting lineup at the expense of Jonas Hofmann and is in very good form heading into Friday's home encounter with Mainz. With a current ownership of just 1 percent, he could be a great differential.

Donyell Malen, Dortmund (Striker, 16.5M, 7%)
With three goals in his last two games in all competitions, Malen should have plenty of confidence going into a home game against a struggling Hoffenheim side.

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