Model squad and potential Matchday 24 transfers

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By Satrajeet Chatterjee

After a solid day 23 with new investment Schlotterbeck returning 18 points, we now move on to day 24.

Anthony Modeste. Photo: Sandro Halank, Wikimedia Commons, CC-BY-SA 4.0

In this article, we take a look at our selected model squad as well as the players we can target to bring in on that matchday, using our 3 transfers.


In this regard, the word “role model” refers to players who are heavily possessed, regularly scoring good fantasy points and being the main players in their teams.

Below, you’ll find last week’s model squad and each player’s latest fantasy score.

Guardians:
Mark Flekken, Freiburg (7.8M), 5 points
Manuel Riemann, Bochum (6M), 10 points

Defenders:
Benjamin Pavard, Bayern (12.3M), 7 points
Aarón Martín, Mainz (3.8M), 11 points
Jeremie Frimpong, Leverkusen (7.9M), 2 points
Angelino, RB Leipzig (14.9 million), 0 points
Nico Schlotterbeck, Freiburg (10.1M), 18 points

Midfielders:
Jonas Hofmann, Gladbach (15.4M), 6 points
Joshua Kimmich, Bayern (17.3M), 4 points
Vincenzo Grifo, Freiburg (15.6M), 7 points
Christopher Nkunku, RB Leipzig (18.6 million), 17 points
Florian Wirtz, Leverkusen (14.7M), 3 points


Strikers:
Robert Lewandowski, Bayern (23.3 million), 21 points
Thomas Muller, Bayern (20.2M), 6 points
Andre Silva, RB Leipzig (17.2M), 2 points

TRANSFER 1
Thomas Müller OUT, Anthony Modeste IN

With a shortage of strikers due to the absence of Schick, Müller and now probably Reus, who was injured in Dortmund’s Europa League game last night, I decided to trust Modeste. 15 goals in the Bundesliga so far and playing for an attacking side in Cologne, who are pushing for Europe, it will fall to Modeste to score against Fürth. Fürth has improved defensively in recent games and has a good record, but I still think Köln’s attack with Modeste will be too difficult to hold back.

Since there is a lack of forwards this week in most teams, I think making the right investment up front could lead to a huge rankings gain for the week. Other forwards suggested are Andrej Kramarić (Hoffenheim, 16.2m) and André Silva (RB Leipzig, 17.2m) (safe picks) + Jonathan Burkardt (Mainz, 8.7m) and Branimir Hrgota (Greuther Fürth, 8 .4 million) (differential choices).

TRANSFER 2:
Benjamin Pavard OUT, Benjamin Hübner IN

Hübner’s return marked an improved defensive performance for Hoffenheim. He has 19 points and 10 points in his last 2 games and has looked like a threat from set pieces and corners. A standalone game against Stuttgart, which has struggled away from home, is just the game Hübner can excel at.

TRANSFER 3:
Jonas Hofmann OUT, Dani Olmo IN

With the team looking ready for this week, we eliminate Hofmann and bring in Olmo to attack the Bochum game. Hofmann has a tough game against Wolfsburg, who looked compact in defense and didn’t concede many chances. Olmo looked in good form in the last game against Hertha, scoring and providing 2 assists. Given Leipzig’s form and early replacement in the Europa League, he looks good to start and do well against Bochum.


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