10 players to consider for Matchday 28
Here are 10 players you should consider making into your Fantasy Bundesliga Matchday 28 squad.
In this Fantasy Bundesliga review, we won’t focus on the more obvious picks such as Erling Haaland, Christopher Nkunku and Robert Lewandowski.
Instead, we’ll highlight players with a maximum ownership percentage of 15%, who could offer great value as Matchday 28 differentials.
Alexander Schwolow, Hertha BSC (goalkeeper, 5.9m, 1%)
Compared to the first half of the season, Schwolow has been the most improved goalkeeper in 2022 in terms of Fantasy production, increasing his points-per-game average from 2 to 7.1. The 29-year-old is going well with the game’s cheapest goalkeeper, Marvin Schwäbe, as they have five different kick-off times over the next six games.
#BLFantasy Guardians | First 10 games of the 1st half 🆚 2nd half season
📈 Most improved Schwolow, but with smaller sample size
👌 Flekken dropped, but still a decent PPG
📉 Riemann in decline – even lower than Schwäbe (5.1 PPG) and Linde (5 PPG) cheaper in 2nd half pic.twitter.com/Px3sPaHlr7
— Official DNL (@DNLFantasy) March 28, 2022
Aaron Martin, Mainz (Defender, 4.1M, 4%)
The Spaniard is an incredibly solid player for the price, having averaged seven points per game this season.
Luca Netz, Gladbach (Defender, 4.8M, 1%)
Netz was in fine form ahead of the international break, scoring 15 and 14 points on matchdays 26 and 27 respectively. As a result, he is widely tipped to retain his starting spot for Gladbach, who will face the second-worst side away from home. the league, Mainz, and the last Greuther Fürth in their next two games.
Borna Sosa, Stuttgart (Defender, 11.8M, 11%)
Sosa was on fire ahead of the international break, picking up 40 points between matchdays 25 and 27, and will now face the league’s hottest team, Arminia Bielefeld. The 24-year-old is a slight doubt though, so keep an eye out for further updates on his fitness.
Patrik Wimmer, Bielefeld (midfielder, 6.7m, 7%)
Bielefeld suffered a dip in form ahead of the international break, as did Wimmer, although he still managed to do quite well fantastically despite his team’s four-game losing streak. After slipping to 17th, Bielefeld will rely on the tricky winger to make the difference against fellow relegation candidates Stuttgart.
Jesper Lindstrøm, Frankfurt (midfielder, 9.7 million, 5%)
After scoring a goal against Serbia in selection with Denmark, Lindstrøm can now look forward to a tasty match at home against Greuther Fürth. With five goals and eight assists to his name already in all competitions this season, the attacking midfielder should have a good chance of adding even more to his goalscoring involvement tally.
David Raum, Hoffenheim (midfielder, 12.4m, 6%)
It’s a shame Raum isn’t listed as a defender in the game, but the winger has always been incredibly consistent this season, averaging eight points per game. In their next game, Hoffenheim will face Bochum, who have one of the worst away records in the league, and Raum and his teammates will have another attractive home game on Matchday 30 against Greuther Fürth. That makes Raum an attractive option, but it’s concerning that he’s only one yellow card away from suspension.
Jonas Wind, Wolfsburg (striker, 10.2m, 0%)
Wind took off after moving from FC Copenhagen in January, averaging eight points per game. Held by less than 1%, Wind offers great differential potential, with Wolfsburg facing relegation-threatened Augsburg and Arminia Bielefeld in their next two games.
Moussa Diaby, Leverkusen (Forward, 15.2M, 5%)
Few players in the game have a higher cap than Diaby, who has contributed 25 goals for Leverkusen (16 goals and 9 assists) in all competitions this season. Facing relegation-threatened Hertha BSC at home, Leverkusen are arguably the biggest favorites of the week, so it could be another productive day for the French winger.
Alassane Plea, Gladbach (Forward, 15.4M, 3%)
Plea has been involved in a goal in six of Gladbach’s last seven Bundesliga games, scoring four goals and providing four assists between matchdays 21 and 27.
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