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Matchday 29 Review

By Jerall Yu

With the conclusion of Matchday 29, 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.

Christian Günter.
Christian Günter.Photo: GEPA Pictures/Christian Schroedter/POOL via Picture Point

Freiburg thrash Schalke


In a one-sided game that most people predicted, Freiburg won 4-0 against Schalke which saw some players score some of their season highs in fantasy. Christian Gunter, DEF (12.3M, 28) scored a season high 28 points while Rolland Sallai, MID (9.3M, 22) also did well. One thing to note is that these two players will not be playing this upcoming matchday against Hertha Berlin due to Hertha’s COVID situation, hence they will be receiving their average points of 7 point, which isn’t too bad considering they are one of the later fixtures.


Leipzig rotation possible

Against Hoffenheim, Alexander Sørloth, FOR (15M, 4) did not start and was replaced by Emil Forsberg in the starting lineup, but Leipzig coach Nagelsmann has hinted that Sørloth will be starting the midweek game against Köln, and could be a sneaky pick for an early game striker. Leipzig’s lineup is also revealed before the transfer market shuts, so ownership of other players can be decided after that. Marcel Sabitzer, MID (16.8M, 9) has muscle cramps and may be out for the game.



Gladbach back to form

Gladbach won 4-0 at home against Frankfurt in a game which no one really foresaw, but could be an indication of further good performances coming from the side. Jonas Hofmann, MID (14.1M, 20) had an especially good game, while Rami Bensebaini, DEF (12.6M, 21) also scored and had good returns. Both players are possible picks for the upcoming games at Hoffenheim (A) and Bielefeld (H).


Shocks of the matchday:

Jamal Musiala, MID (2.3M, 21) scored a brace, looks set to continue starting for Bayern and could be a good budget pick.

Andre Silva, FOR (20.9M, 1) had a poor game and could be looking to bounce back against Augsburg (H) next.


Rune Gjerulff (price, ownership): 123.5M, 113 pts

Mateu Morey, Dortmund (2.1M, 1%) - 6
Christian Günter, Freiburg (11.9M, 6%) - 28
Willi Orban, RB Leipzig (13.2M, 4%) - 7

André Hahn, Augsburg (5.5M, 5%) - 4
Roland Sallai, Freiburg (8.9M, 3%) - 22
Jude Bellingham, Dortmund (11.7M, 6%) - 9
Marcel Sabitzer, RB Leipzig (16.6M, 9%) - 9
Filip Kostic, Frankfurt (20M, 14%) - 9

Alexander Sørloth, RB Leipzig (15M, 0%) © - 4(2)
Marco Reus, Dortmund (18.6M, 3%) - 11


Christian Andrick: 122.1M, 87 pts

Marcel Halstenberg, Leipzig (14.1M, 2%) - 1
Christian Günter, Freiburg (11.9M, 6%) - 28
Sven Bender, Leverkusen (8.6M, 3%) - 8

Daichi Kamada, Frankfurt (14.9M, 7%) - 5
Christopher Nkunku, Leipzig (17.6M, 10%) © - 8(2)
Marco Richter, Augsburg (10M, 1%) - 2
Mahmoud Dahoud, Dortmund (7.6M, 2%) - 3

Max Kruse, Union (12.1M, 2%) - 5
Marcus Thuram, Gladbach (15.6M, 3%) - 8
Lucas Höler, Freiburg (9.7M, 1%) - 11


Jerall Yu: 121.8M, 115 pts

Christian Günter, Freiburg (11.9M, 6%) - 28
Borna Sosa, Stuttgart (6.3M, 11%) - 0
Wendell, Leverkusen (7.7M, 2%) - 4

Roland Sallai, Freiburg (8.9M, 3%) - 22
Marcel Sabitzer, Leipzig (16.6M, 9%) - 9
Filip Kostic, Frankfurt (20M, 14%) - 9
Andre Hahn, Augsburg (5.5M, 5%) - 4

Wout Weghorst, Wolfsburg (21.1M, 11%) - 10
Matheus Cunha, Hertha Berlin (16M, 3%) © - 9(2)
Sasa Kalajdzic, Stuttgart (7.8M. 8%) - 9


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