By Rune Gjerulff@runegjerulff

Fantasy Bundesliga tips: 10 players to consider for Matchday 26

Here are 10 players you should consider bringing into your Fantasy Bundesliga team for Matchday 26.
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 26.

Iago, Augsburg (Defender, 7.2M, 2%)
Augsburg are on an impressive run, having won their last three games and kept clean sheets in two of them. Iago has played a key role as an attacking fullback in these games, averaging 9.7 points per match. Their opponents this week, Wolfsburg, are on a 10-game winless streak, so Augsburg should be the more confident of the two teams.

Robin Gosens, Union Berlin (Defender, 12M, 3%)
With an impressive six league goals to his name this season, Gosens is playing a highly advanced role for Union and has shown on numerous occasions this season that he can provide really good returns, especially at home.

Raphael Guerreiro, Bayern (Defender, 14.1M, 5%)
Came on as an early substitute in Bayern's 8-1 win over Mainz after Alphonso Davies was forced off and is expected to start against bottom side Darmstadt this weekend. Although he hasn't lived up to the Fantasy potential we saw from him at Borussia Dortmund, this weekend's game against Darmstadt, which Bayern are expected to dominate heavily, should give him a good chance of a decent return.

Aleksandar Pavlovic, Bayern (Midfielder, 1.6M, 2%)
Available for a measly 1.6 million, Pavlovic is expected to return to Bayern's central midfield after serving a one-game suspension last week.

Nadiem Amiri, Mainz (Midfielder, 8.3M, 1%)
Amiri is involved in just about everything for Mainz, and impressively managed to score 14 points against Bayern last week despite playing for a team that lost 8-1. Mainz will be under pressure to win at home against Bochum, and they will need another great performance from Amiri to get the three points.

Robin Hack, Gladbach (Midfielder, 7.7M, 0%)
Hack came on to score a brace against Köln last week and followed that up with a goal against Saarbrücken in the cup. He's even likely to play up front against Heidenheim, with Gladbach expected to go with a back three.

Dani Olmo, RB Leipzig (Midfielder, 14.2M, 16%)
Dani Olmo has worked his way back to 100 percent after a spell on the sidelines and should be back in the starting line-up for Leipzig on Friday against struggling FC Köln after getting a rest against Darmstadt.

Eren Dinkci, Heidenheim (Striker, 5.7M, 2%)
With an impressive seven goals and three assists in the league this season, Dinkci is one of the better options to consider if you want a budget forward, especially considering Heidenheim face a Gladbach side, who have conceded five goals in their last two games against FC Köln and Saarbrücken.

Benjamin Sesko, RB Leipzig (Striker, 11.5M, 3%)
A good, cheaper alternative to strike partner Lois Openda as Leipzig take on FC Köln in a game they are expected to win comfortably.

Thomas Müller, Bayern (Striker, 13.7M, 1%)
With two goals in his last two games, Müller has fought his way back into Bayern's starting lineup and offers great value as a differential as Bayern face leaky Darmstadt.

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