Here are our Fantasy Bundesliga tips for Matchday 15.
|Almamy Touré.||Photo: Silesia711, CC-by-SA 4.0|
In this Fantasy Bundesliga article, we will not be focusing on the most obvious premium options such as Timo Werner and Robert Lewandowski. Instead, we will take a look at the players who could offer great value as differentials for Matchday 15.
Robin Zentner (Mainz, 1.6M) remains the best low-price goalkeeper. If you have a little more to spend on a goalkeeper, you could invest in Zack Steffen (Fortuna Düsseldorf, 6.7M) or Frederik Rønnow (Frankfurt, 7.2M).
Christopher Lenz (Union Berlin, 2.8M) offers fantastic value for money at just 2.8 million. Union Berlin are in great form and have a nice run of fixtures coming up, so it might (also) be worth spending a little more to get his teammate Christopher Trimmel (Union Berlin, 8.6M) who is on set-piece duty and who collected as many as 21 points on Matchday 14.
Almamy Touré (Frankfurt, 4.7M) is another great low-price option. The centre-back racked up 29 points on Matchday 14, more than any other defender. You could also bring in his teammate Martin Hinteregger (Frankfurt, 10.7M) who was the second-highest scoring defender last week.
Ermin Bicakcic (Hoffenheim, 5.8M) is known as a goal threat and could be a nice differential with a price tag of just 5.8 million. Pavel Kaderabek (Hoffenheim, 10.9M) has been disappointing in recent weeks, but has the potential to score big on a good day.
Philipp Max (Augsburg, 12.1M) and Achraf Hakimi (Dortmund, 13.4M) are surely worth considering if you're planning to invest a little more in a defender.
Fredrik Jensen (Augsburg, 4.3M) started in an offensive position last time out and may be worth taking a punt on if he's in the line-up again tonight.
You might consider spending 500.000 more to get Robert Andrich (Union Berlin, 4.8M) who has been one of Union Berlin's best fantasy performers this season.
Daichi Kamada (Frankfurt, 7M), who scored in the Europa League on Thursday, is another good, cheap option.
Levin Öztunali (Mainz, 10M) has been in outstanding form since Achim Beierlorzer took over as Mainz coach and surely also deserves to be mentioned.
Christopher Nkunku (RB Leipzig, 11.4M) is another in-form player worth considering although he's a rotation risk.
Marko Grujic (Hertha BSC, 11.7M) seems to have found his form under Jürgen Klinsmann. After scoring and making an assist against Frankfurt last week, he will be looking to continue his good form at home against Freiburg.
Marcus Ingvartsen (Union Berlin, 4.5M) arguably looks like the best budget striker at this point. The 23-year-old is nailed on, is on penalty duty and plays for a team in-form with a string of good fixtures coming up.
Of course, Sebastian Andersson (Union Berlin, 10.5M) is the most intriguing Union Berlin forward, so if you can afford it, it's probably worth bringing in him instead.
If you're looking at the Friday night fixture, you should consider either Florian Niederlechner (Augsburg, 10M) who has scored in each of his last three Bundesliga games, or Andrej Kramaric (Hoffenheim, 13.8M) who's always a threat when he's playing.
Meanwhile, Lucas Alario (Leverkusen, 11.2M) looks set to keep his place in the line-up after scoring a brace against Schalke 04, and he will be determined to repay the trust of Leverkusen coach Peter Bosz with another great performance against FC Köln.
Playing Fantasy Bundesliga? Check out our predicted line-ups for Matchday 15 here and feel free to join the Bulinews league here.