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Fantasy Bundesliga:
Matchday 28 Review

By Jerall Yu

With the conclusion of Matchday 28, we will be taking a closer look at selected performances and trends in detail as well as what to look out for before the next matchday in this recap.

Matheus Cunha.
Matheus Cunha.Photo: GEPA Pictures/Sven Sonntag

Weghorst or Silva

Both Wout Weghorst, (21.1M, 17) and Andre Silva, (21M, 17) have had good performances and have more than 10 points in the last 3 games. Considering that most managers currently own Muller and Haaland, which one of this 2 strikers should be trusted?Looking at upcoming fixtures, Weghorst faces Bayern(H), Stuttgart (A), Dortmund (H), Union (H), Leipzig (A) while Silva faces Gladbach (A), Augsburg (H), Leverkusen (A), Mainz (H), Schalke (A). In terms of fixtures, Andre Silva currently seems the better pick.



Rotation from Bayern and Dortmund again?

Considering how packed the fixtures are due to European football, there is a high chance of rotation in the weekend games by both teams, just like in the last Matchday. From Bayern, Jamal Musiala, MID (1.9M, 16) could get the nod to start again, while the good performances of Lucas Hernandez, DEF (11.4M, 0) in the Champions League should secure him a position in Bayern’s backline if he is fit.

From Dortmund, Giovanni Reyna, MID (9.3M, 15) had a good game and could start again depending on how the midweek CL game plays out. Jadon Sancho, MID (21.4M, 0) has started training again and may be back either this weekend or next weekend.



Hertha worth a punt

In Hertha Berlin’s 2-2 draw with Borussia Monchengladbach, their strikers Jhon Cordoba, (12M, 17) and Matheus Cunha, (16M, 16) had good fantasy returns and could be considered since they face Mainz (A) in the last fixture of the matchday, which provides flexibility.


Shocks of the matchday

Leandro Barreiro, MID (5.3M, 16) scored the winning goal for Mainz as they look to gain vital points against their rivals to avoid relegation.


Rune Gjerulff: 125M, 68 pts

Tuta, Frankfurt (1.1M, 2%) - 0
Raphael Guerreiro, Dortmund (17.1M, 13%) - 7
Christian Günter, Freiburg (11.8M, 5%) - 7

André Hahn, Augsburg (5.6M, 4%) - 2
Rolland Sallai, Freiburg (8.9M, 2%) - 5
Daniel Caligiuri, Augsburg (12.1M, 4%) - 4
Filip Kostic, Frankfurt (19.8M, 13%) © - 7(2)

Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, FC Bayern (9.4M, 0%) - 1
Marco Reus, Dortmund (8.6M, 3%) - 11
André Silva, Frankfurt (20.6M, 12%) - 17


Christian Andrick: 124.8M, 80 pts

Jeremiah St. Juste, Mainz (4.9M, 2%) - 3
Raphaël Guerreiro, Dortmund (17.1M, 13%) - 7
Christian Günter, Freiburg (11.8M, 5%) - 7

Daniel Caligiuri, Augsburg (12.1M, 4%) - 4
Marcel Sabitzer, Leipzig (16.3M, 8%) - 12
Florian Neuhaus, Gladbach (14.7M, 4%) - 4
Kerem Demirbay, Leverkusen (13.3M, 2%) - 3

Wout Weghorst, Wolfsburg (20.7M, 12%) - 17
Jonathan Burkardt, Mainz (6.5M, 0%) - 3
Saša Kalajdžić, Stuttgart (7.4M, 9%) Ⓒ - 10(2)


Jerall Yu: 123.1M, 79 pts

Philipp Mwene, Mainz (2.3M, 2%) - 7
Raphael Guerreiro, Dortmund (17.1M, 13%) - 7
Raphael Framberger, Augsburg (4.6M, 2%) - 3

Andre Hahn, Augsburg (5.6M, 4%) - 2
Christopher Nkunku, Leipzig (17.4M, 9%) Ⓒ - 10(2)
Marcel Sabitzer, Leipzig (16.3M, 8%) - 12
Thorgan Hazard, Dortmund (12.6M, 3%) - 2

Alassane Plea, Gladbach (17.1M, 1%) - 8
Wout Weghorst, Wolfsburg (20.7M, 12%) - 17
Eric Maxim Chupo-Moting, Bayern (9.4M, 0%) - 1
IN TOTAL: 123.1M


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