Model squad and potential Matchday 27 transfers


By Satrajeet Chatterjee

In his weekly Fantasy Bundesliga article, @FBLThinker shows us his model squad and potential Matchday 27 transfers.

Andrej Kramaric. Photo: GEPA Pictures/Roger Petzsche

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 three 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.

After two good weeks for the model team, we come to the 27th day, the last before the unlimited transfers. This means that the main objective is to target matches and bring in players, bearing in mind that this week as they can be substituted during the international break.

Since I’m on vacation, I haven’t been able to post the model squad for matchday 25 and 26, so I’ve listed the transfers made during this period below.

Day 25:
TRANSFER 1 Olmo OUT, Kostic IN
TRANSFER 2 Modest OUT, Plea IN
TRANSFER 3 Hubner OUT, Ginter IN

Day 26:
TRANSFER 1 Kimmich OUT, Hazard IN
TRANSFER 2 Riemann OUT, Sommer IN

Below you’ll find last week’s model squad and each player’s latest fantasy score along with my suggested transfers for the next day.

Mark Flekken, Freiburg (7.8M), 7 points
Yann Sommer, Gladbach (9.5M), 9 points

Matthias Ginter, Gladbach (10.3M), 13 points
Aarón Martín, Mainz (3.8M), 7 points
Jeremy Frimpong, Leverkusen (8.2M), 0 points
Angelino, RB Leipzig (15.4M), 17 points
Nico Schlotterbeck, Freiburg (10.5M), 15 points

Filip Kostic, Frankfurt (18.2M), 12 points
Joshua Kimmich, Bayern (18.1 million), 10 points
Vincenzo Grifo, Freiburg (16.4M), 23 points
Christopher Nkunku, RB Leipzig (18.9 million), 25 points
Florian Wirtz, Leverkusen (15M), 1 point

Robert Lewandowski, Bayern (24M), 10 points
Alassane Plea, Gladbach (15.2M), 10 points
Andre Silva, RB Leipzig (17.2M), 8 points

Andre Silva OUT, Andrej Kramaric IN

Kramarić is playing against a Hertha defence, which has conceded nine goals in its last three games, and has a good chance of getting an attacking comeback in this game.

Florian Wirtz OUT, David Raum IN

Raum has been a consistent source of left flank offensive output for Hoffenheim. Against Hertha’s full-backs, who have looked shaky defensively, Baum should do well and provide the forwards’ crosses to score. It’s a safe and solid choice like that.

Jeremy Frimpong OUT, Pavel Kaderabek IN

Hoffenheim’s game against Hertha is worth focusing on as the crisis-hit capital club concede plenty of goals and have been coy. Playing as a right-back, Kadeřábek can also contribute offensively with shots or assists and with him a clean sheet will secure defensive points.

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