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Goalkeeper Picks for Fantasy Success


Goalkeeper Picks for Fantasy Success

Bundesliga Fantasy Manager Scout: Tips and Picks for Matchday 4

The Bundesliga is back, and with it comes our revamped Fantasy game! If you’re looking for insights on which players to pick to gain an edge in your Fantasy team, bundesliga.com has you covered. With five transfers available per matchday this season, you have plenty of flexibility to fine-tune your squad.


Must-Have: Jiri Pavlenka (Werder Bremen), 6.4m

  • Fantasy goalkeepers thrive when facing teams that take plenty of shots but struggle to convert them into goals. On Sunday, Werder Bremen takes on Heidenheim, a team that has registered the fifth-most shots in the league (49) but has only managed to find the target four times. Jiri Pavlenka, a reliable shot-stopper, presents an excellent Fantasy option, and he won’t break the bank.

Differential: Moritz Nicolas (Borussia Mönchengladbach), 1.1m

  • Borussia Mönchengladbach’s Moritz Nicolas emerges as an early-season budget-friendly gem. With the regular first-choice goalkeeper, Jonas Omlin, sidelined due to shoulder surgery, Nicolas is set to get minutes between the posts. Priced at just 1.1m and owned by only two percent of Fantasy managers, he offers a cost-effective solution that frees up budget for strengthening other areas of your squad.


Must-Have: Benjamin Henrichs (RB Leipzig), 12m

  • While Alphonso Davies and Jeremie Frimpong are the top-scoring defenders in the Fantasy game, their clash when Bayern Munich faces Bayer Leverkusen might neutralize their point potential. Benjamin Henrichs has emerged as the next-best option, and his Leipzig side is set to take on Augsburg, presenting an opportunity for defensive points.

Differential: Hiroki Ito (VfB Stuttgart), 7.3m

  • Hiroki Ito has showcased his versatility by excelling at left-back for Stuttgart this season, contributing with two assists in his three appearances. As Stuttgart faces Mainz on Saturday, Ito has a chance to accumulate both defensive and offensive points. Mainz, the lowest scorers in the league, could offer him a clean sheet opportunity.


Must-Have: Xavi Simons (RB Leipzig), 14.8m

  • Xavi Simons has emerged as Leipzig’s most productive attacking midfielder, with an impressive two goals and three assists to his name. With Dani Olmo sidelined due to injury during international duty with Spain, Simons becomes an even more attractive option for Fantasy managers. If you haven’t already, consider bringing in this PSG-owned star to bolster your midfield.

With these Fantasy picks and insights, you’re well-equipped to navigate Matchday 4 of the Bundesliga. Remember to make the most of your five transfers and stay ahead of the competition as you aim to lead your Fantasy team to glory. The Bundesliga action promises excitement, and your Fantasy team can be part of the thrill. Best of luck!

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By- Sahiba Suri

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