By Rune Gjerulff@runegjerulff

Fantasy Bundesliga tips: 10 players to consider for Matchday 25

Here are 10 players you should consider bringing into your Fantasy Bundesliga team for Matchday 25.
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 25.

Maximilian Wittek, Bochum (Defender, 3.2M, 0%)
A defender in the game, Wittek played as a winger last week and looks set to continue in that role after scoring from a free kick against RB Leipzig. Bochum are strong at home, have a good schedule and face a Freiburg team that will likely be knackered after a tough match against West Ham in the Europa League on Thursday.

Maximilian Mittelstädt, Stuttgart (Defender, 8.2M, 19%)
If you don't already have Mittelstädt, it's probably time to get on the bandwagon. Costing just 8.2 million, the former Hertha defender is arguably one of the best left backs in the league right now and has three double-digit hauls in his last five games. However, if Stuttgart coach Sebastian Hoeness opts to switch to a four-man backline, Mittelstädt's Fantasy potential could be negatively affected.

Niels Nkounkou, Eintracht Frankfurt (Defender, 10M, 4%)
Nkounkou has been a revelation since joining from Saint-Etienne in the summer, with three goals and three assists in 19 Bundesliga appearances to date. He has scored double figures in his last two games and has a lot of potential this week, with attacker Ihlas Bebou likely to be deployed on Hoffenheim's right side to defend against him in the absence of the suspended Pavel Kaderabek.

Benjamin Henrichs, RB Leipzig (Defender, 13.4M, 13%)
Following their embarrassing 0-6 loss to Augsburg, Darmstadt now face a tough away game against RB Leipzig. Coming off a 1-1 draw with Real Madrid, Leipzig are of course big favorites and one of the teams to target this week. The only potential downside to investing in Leipzig players is that Marco Rose could opt to rotate his team, but Henrichs looks like one of the safest bets and is enjoying a great season, being the fourth highest scoring defender in the game so far.

Nathan Ngoumou, Gladbach (Midfielder, 6.8M, 1%)
Ngoumou is expected to play as a striker at home to relegation-threatened FC Köln and has scored in his last two games.

Ruben Vargas, Augsburg (Midfielder, 8.5M, 1%)
Vargas has scored double-digit points in his last two games as confident Augsburg head into a favorable home matchup against an injury-depleted Heidenheim side.

Dani Olmo, RB Leipzig (Midfielder, 14.2M, 9%)
If you didn't get Olmo last week, it might be a good idea to bring him in for the home game against Darmstadt. If he starts, the Spaniard has enormous potential, but there is a slight risk of him getting rotated out.

Jordan, Gladbach (Striker, 9.2M, 2%)
Since arriving on loan from Union Berlin, Jordan has become the focal point of Gladbach's attack, contributing to 10 goals (seven goals, three assists) in 20 appearances for Die Fohlen so far. Considering this and Gladbach's favorable schedule, Jordan could be a great differential.

Deniz Undav, Stuttgart (Striker, 12.1M, 13%)
If Undav returns to Stuttgart's starting lineup on Friday night, he's a good, less popular alternative to Guirassy if you want to differentiate yourself.

Ermedin Demirović, Augsburg (Striker, 13M, 11%)
Demirovic is enjoying a sensational campaign with Augsburg and is coming off a 22-point haul as Jess Thorup's side head into a favorable home game against Heidenheim.

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