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3 Fantasy Bundesliga investments you could make for Matchday 26

By Rune Gjerulff   @runegjerulff

Here are our Fantasy Bundesliga picks for Matchday 26.
Dong-won Ji.
Dong-won Ji.Photo: FC Augsburg
Danny da Costa (defender), Eintracht Frankfurt - 9.9M
Looking at Frankfurt's current form and tasty upcoming fixtures - Nürnberg (H), Stuttgart (H), Schalke (A), Augsburg (H) - the offensive-oriented wing-back looks like a no-brainer. Another Frankfurt player to consider is Goncalo Paciencia (striker, 5.3M). The Portuguese striker was very impressive against Fortuna Düsseldorf last week and looks set to start once again with Ante Rebic a doubt for Sunday. Luka Jovic (striker, 11.5M), who scored the match-winning goal against Inter, and Sebastien Haller (striker, 16.8M) are obviously great picks as well. Either of them - and most likely Jovic - could be rested after Thursday's exhausting Europa League game, though.

Dong-Won Ji (striker), Augsburg - 3.4M
Dong-Won Ji stole the show against Borussia Dortmund in Matchday 24 as he netted twice to earn Augsburg a 2-1 win. After missing out in Matchday 25 duo to injury, Ji is now ready to return against struggling Hannover 96. Priced at just 3.4M and with another tasy fixture against Nürnberg coming up in Matchday 27, he's certainly worth taking a punt on. There are actually a number of interesting options from Augsburg, including Gregor Kobel (goalkeeper, 1.5M), Ja-cheol Koo (midfielder, 8.3M) and Philipp Max (defender, 12M).

Karim Bellarabi (midfielder), Bayer Leverkusen - 10.8M
The powerful winger is likely to be back in Leverkusen's line-up against Werder Bremen after returning from injury by appearing as a substitute against Hannover 96 last week. Leverkusen are arguably the Bundesliga's most exciting offensive team at the moment, and Bellarabi has had a solid season so far with five goals and five assists to his name in 17 Bundesliga appearances so far.

Here are our predicted Bundesliga line-ups for Matchday 26.

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