Here are 10 players you should consider bringing into your Fantasy Bundesliga team for Matchday 34.
In this Fantasy Bundesliga article, we will not be focusing on the most obvious picks such as Erling Haaland and Robert Lewandowski.
Instead, we will highlight players with a maximum ownership percentage of 15%, who could offer great value as differentials for Matchday 34.
Be aware that all this round's fixtures will kick off at Saturday 15:30 CET, meaning you will be able to see the line-ups in advance.
Josep Martinez, RB Leipzig (Goalkeeper, 1M)
Available at the lowest possible price, Martinez is in line to get a rare run-out against Union Berlin with Peter Gulacsi ruled out of the trip to the capital. Wolfsburg's Pavao Pervan, available at 1M, and Hoffenheim's Philipp Pentke, who costs 1.1M, are other cheap starters in goal.
Jannes Horn, FC Köln (Defender, 1.3M)
Since Ismail Jakobs is suspended, Horn looks almost certain to start on the left side of defence for 17th-placed Köln, who need to get three points against already-relegated Schalke 04 to maintain a chance of survival.
Theodor Gebre Selassie, Werder Bremen (Defender, 8.3M)
Like Köln, Werder will be desperate to get three points on the penultimate matchday. Currently sitting 16th, 'The Green-Whites' can avoid direct relegation if they manage to beat an out-of-form Gladbach side and keep Köln behind them. It's safe to say Werder haven't been in the best of form themselves, but considering the importance of the game, they might be able to pull a win out of the bag under experienced Bundesliga coach Thomas Schaaf, who has come in to replace Florian Kohfeldt on an interim basis. Gebre Selassie has been Werder's highest-scoring Fantasy asset this season and has been a consistent source of points in recent weeks despite his side's poor run of form.
Ajdin Hrustic, Frankfurt (Midfielder, 2M)
Following the news that Sebastian Rode and Djibril Sow are both injured, Hrustic looks set to start in central midfield for Frankfurt against Freiburg. The 24-year-old showed what an impact he can make when he came on to score on Matchday 32 and could be worth a punt, especially considering his low price.
Ondrej Duda, FC Köln (Midfielder, 9.8M)
With seven goals and seven assists to his name this season already, Köln's talisman looks like a must-have option for their home clash with Schalke 04.
Ridle Baku, Wolfsburg (Midfielder, 10.9M)
Wolfsburg were leapfrogged by Dortmund last week, but still have a chance of finishing third if they manage to beat Mainz. Ridle Baku has exceeded all expectations since joining Wolfsburg from Mainz last summer and will be eager to cap off a fine season in style against his former teammates.
Milot Rashica, Werder Bremen (Midfielder, 13M)
It's been a season to forget for Milot Rashica, who has struggled to consistently perform to his full potential since his impressive first half of the 2019/20 season, but it's not too late for the 24-year-old to make a huge impact on Werder's campaign. Last season, the Kosovo international showed up with a goal and two assists when Werder were in a similar position, and the relegation-threatened club will hope that he can step up again on Saturday. Despite being listed as a midfielder, Rashica has been tipped to start up top under new coach Thomas Schaaf, which is certainly a plus from a Fantasy perspective.
Sebastian Andersson, FC Köln (Striker, 9.2M)
The Swedish forward is in line to start up front against a Schalke side, who have already conceded 85 goals this season.
Maximilian Philipp, Wolfsburg (Striker, 10.2M)
Philipp should be in red-hot form after bagging a brace in Wolfsburg's 2-2 draw with Leipzig last week.
Andrej Kramaric, Hoffenheim (Striker, 19.2M)
Kramaric is on a brilliant run with five goals in his last four games as Hoffenheim prepare to host Hertha.
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