Here are 10 players you should consider bringing into your Fantasy Bundesliga team for Matchday 4.
|Florian Kainz.||Photo: Marco Verch, CC BY-SA 2.0|
Instead, we will highlight players with a maximum ownership percentage of 15%, who could offer great value as differentials for Matchday 4.
You should be aware that you will be able to make as many transfers as you like ahead of Matchday 4.
It's also worth nothing that the next unlimited transfers period will be between the 3rd and 16th of October, meaning you only have to plan ahead to Matchday 7 when picking your squad this time.
Anderson Lucoqui, Mainz (Defender, 6.2M)
Lucoqui enjoyed a dream debut for Mainz on Matchday 3, scoring a goal and picking up a whopping 23 points, which was more than any other defender. The 24-year-old operates as a wing-back, is available at just 6.2 million and plays for a Mainz side with a fairly good schedule.
Jerome Roussillon, Wolfsburg (Defender, 7.5M)
Wolfsburg have had an excellent start to this season, sitting top of the Bundesliga after winning their first three league games. Roussillon has been one their most productive Fantasy assets so far, picking up 29 points.
Christian Günter, Freiburg (Defender, 11.3M)
As in previous seasons, Günter has been a reliable Fantasy asset this season so far, winning 25 points. The left-back's price is a little steep, but he might be worth bringing in with Freiburg's favorable fixtures in mind.
Woo-yeong Jeong, Freiburg (Midfielder, 4.4M)
Jeong has started all of games this season and should keep his place after bagging a brace in his side's 3-2 win over Stuttgart on Matchday 3. The former Bayern player costs just 4.4 million and plays up front despite being a midfielder in the game.
Florian Kainz, FC Köln (Midfielder, 7.7M)
Kainz has been the highest-scoring midfielder so far, and his 38-point tally is only inferior to Erling Haaland and Robert Lewandowski. In general, Köln have looked very impressive under new coach Steffen Baumgart, and their upcoming fixtures don't look too bad.
Suat Serdar, Hertha BSC (Midfielder, 8.7M)
Unlike most other players mentioned in this article, Serdar has had a poor start to the season, having lost the opening three games with Hertha. Nevertheless, the 24-year-old midfielder could be a nice differential as the German capital club prepare to face newly-promoted VfL Bochum and Greuther Fürth in their next two games.
Lars Stindl, Gladbach (Midfielder, 13M)
After a promising 1-1 draw with reigning champions Bayern in their opener, Stindl and Gladbach slipped to two straight defeats before the international break. With two attractive match-ups versus Arminia Bielefeld and Augsburg now coming up, the Gladbach captain could be a great player to own.
Hamadi Al Ghaddioui, Stuttgart (Striker, 4.4M)
With Sasa Kalajdzic sidelined, Al Ghaddioui has started all three Bundesliga games for Stuttgart this season, finding the net in two of them. Impressively, he picked up 18 points against Freiburg on Matchday 3 despite Stuttgart's 2-3 loss at home, bringing his total tally to 28 so far.
Anthony Modeste, FC Köln (Striker, 6.8M)
After scoring in Köln's first two Bundesliga games of the season, Modeste failed to get on the scoresheet against Bochum last time around, but he still managed to rack up 11 points in his side's 2-1 win. With his and Köln's impressive performances this season in mind, he might be worth picking up.
Wout Weghorst, Wolfsburg (Striker, 14.7M)
Weghorst has only scored once this season, but is still among the best-scoring strikers in the game with 30 points to his name so far. With league leaders Wolfsburg now set to take on a Fürth side, who have conceded nine goals in their first three games, the Dutch striker could be in for a big day.
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