Robert Lewandowski and Erling Haaland in the same side? You can make it happen with Official Bundesliga Fantasy Manager this season. - © DFL
Robert Lewandowski and Erling Haaland in the same side? You can make it happen with Official Bundesliga Fantasy Manager this season. - © DFL

Bundesliga Fantasy Manager scout: tips and picks for Matchday 34


Not sure which players should be in your Bundesliga Fantasy team? Fear not, for every week scouts out tips and picks ahead of the matchday. From premium players to budget-busting differentials, look no further…

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For each position in the game - goalkeepers, defenders, midfielders and forwards - we take a look at one player per price bracket (premium picks, mid-range options and budget busters) most likely to get you ahead. has your Fantasy fix for Matchday 34's final fixtures of the 2021/22 campaign...


Premium pick

Lukas Hradecky (Bayer Leverkusen): 10M

Hradecky's the highest-scoring keeper in the game on 211 points and third league wide for shots saved (119), heading into the season's final chapter. He averages seven points per matchday in Fantasy Manager - a figure only bettered in the game by Arminia Bielefeld's Stefanos Kapino who collected 12 points in his sole league appearance this season. There should be more points up for grabs for Hradecky who will be kept plenty busy by a Freiburg side still looking to join Leverkusen in the UEFA Champions League next season.

Lukas Hradecky has made 119 saves for Bayer Leverkusen this season, including two stops from the penalty spot. - Boris Streubel/Bundesliga/Bundesliga Collection via Getty Images

Mid-range option 

Oliver Baumann (Hoffenheim): 7.3M

Speaking of being kept busy, Baumann should have his hands full against Borussia Mönchengladbach. Across the division, only champions Bayern Munich (651) have had more shots than Gladbach (475) this term, but the Foals rank just eighth when it comes to the league's highest scoring sides. That's quite the disparity and means Baumann should have a chance to rack up the points.

Budget buster

Pavao Pervan (Wolfsburg): 1.4M

Considering Pervan has made just six top-flight appearances so far this term, it's little wonder that he doesn't currently feature in any Fantasy Manager sides. That could change, however, after his star turn on Matchday 33 that saw the 34-year-old stopper collect 18 points and earn a spot in the Team of the Week. Bayern will surely give Pervan plenty of opportunities to rack up those Saved Shots points once again.


Premium pick

Angelino (RB Leipzig): 15.5M

The league's 10th highest-scoring defender with 185, Angelino is owned by 15 percent of the game's players and averages six points per game. With Leipzig still in need of securing a spot in the Champions League next term, there is plenty of play for when they travel to Arminia Bielefeld. And, considering Bielefeld's woeful form that leaves them on the brink of relegation, Angelino is well placed to handsomely better that matchday point average.

Watch: Angelino starred in his most recent visit to a relegation struggler

Mid-range option

Christopher Trimmel (Union Berlin): 11.3M

Union have been motoring to the finish line in recent weeks, chalking up five wins in their previous six unbeaten. During that unbeaten run, Trimmel appears to have found his best form and the club captain chipped in with a goal last time out as Freiburg were brushed aside. While Bochum are worry-free on Matchday 34, Die Eisernen can lift themselves from UEFA Europa Conference League football into the Europa League next season, giving Trimmel plenty of incentive to put on a performance.

Budget buster

Josip Stanisic (Bayern Munich): 1.4M

With the title well wrapped up going into the final day, Bayern have the perfect opportunity to give some youngsters vital top-flight minutes at Wolfsburg. That means the likes of Stanisic, Tianguy Nianzou and Paul Wanner could all feature either from the off or from the bench. If given a run-out, Stanisic is a nice option with a bit of adventure on the right of defence.


Premium pick

Christopher Nkunku (RB Leipzig): 20.1M

The France international has just won his fourth Player of the Month Award by collecting April's honours and he's a strong bet for Player of the Season after a remarkable campaign. Nkunku has 20 goals and 13 assists in the Bundesliga alone this term and his 399 points rank behind just Robert Lewandowski (437) in Fantasy Manager. That's why 30 percent of players own Nkunku and, with Leipzig out to secure a top-four spot against struggling Bielefeld, the 24-year-old has a great opportunity to go well above the 400-point mark.

Watch: Christopher Nkunku named April Player of the Month

Mid-range option

Andre Hahn (Augsburg): 9M

With safety secured, Augsburg have the chance to end the season on a high against guaranteed bottom side Greuther Fürth. Hahn has operated as a centre-forward in five of his club's last six matches, so his midfield placement in the game can give owners an added edge with an additional striker in their ranks.

Budget buster

Wooyeong Jeong (Freiburg): 5.8M

As noted higher up, Freiburg are still within a chance of earning a Champions League place next season and they'll be determined to do so at Leverkusen. Up step Jeong, the 22-year-old South Korea international who has five goals and two assists to his name this season, as well as a healthy 164 points in Fantasy Manager. Jeong has provided a goal and two assists in his last four outings and at under 6M, could prove a real bargain.


Premium pick

Erling Haaland (Borussia Dortmund): 19.7M

Haaland will no longer be a Bundesliga player as of next season so this is the final chance to unleash him on your opponents in Fantasy Manager. Following an exceptional two-and-a-half-years in front of goal for Dortmund - and of heavy point-plundering - the 22-year-old will be looking to go out with a bang in front of the Signal Iduna Park for the final time against lowly Hertha Berlin. For those already looking ahead to next season's game, fear-not the departure of Haaland as he has already been replaced by a player who we're sure to be in a number of teams from the get-go in 2022/23: Karim Adeyemi.

Watch: All of Erling Haaland's Bundesliga goals so far this season

Mid-range option

Anthony Modeste (Cologne): 11.9M

With four goals across his past four appearances, Modeste now has 19 for the season and his 288 point-haul is the third-most in Fantasy Manager, as well as nine clear of Haaland. Considering his price tag comes in at 7.8M below Haaland and a further 9.1M and 13.9M under Thomas Müller and Lewandowski - the sole strikers with more points than Modeste - the Cologne striker looks a bargain. He also hit the winner against VfB Stuttgart in the reverse.

Budget buster

Sheraldo Becker (Union Berlin): 6.9M

Speaking of bargains, Becker has proven to be just that in recent weeks and the Matchday 34 Man of the Matchday could be just the differential you need in attack. The fact that fewer than one percent of owners have Becker in their sides is surprising, especially when you consider his form. He picked up 16 points last time out and Becker has collected 53 points across the past five matchdays alone, chalking up three assists and two goals in the process.