By Satrajeet Chatterjee
After an underwhelming Matchday 32 with many players getting low scores, we arrive at Matchday 33.
|Benno Schmitz.||Photo: GEPA Pictures/Sebastian El Saqqa/firosportphoto/POOL via Picture Point|
In this article, we take a look at our selected template team as well as the players we can target to bring in this matchday, using our three transfers.
In this regard, the word ‘template’ refers to players who are highly owned, regularly scoring good fantasy points and being main players for their teams.
Below, you’ll find the template team from last week and the latest Fantasy score of each player.
Robert Lewandowski (25.5M), 8 points
Erling Haaland (19.6M), 23 points
Patrik Schick (17.2M, 12 points
Vincenzo Grifo (17.4M), 13 points
Filip Kostić (19M), 1 point
Christopher Nkunku (19.7M), 10 points
Joshua Kimmich (19M), 5 points
Florian Kainz (9.2M), 3 points
Angeliño (15.5M), 7 points
Christopher Trimmel (10.9M), 6 points
Alphonso Davies (14.8M), 4 points
Nico Schlotterbeck (11.1M), 11 points
Borna Sosa (12.2M), 9 points
Marcel Lotka (1.4M), 1 point
Yann Sommer (10.4M) 11 points
Florian Kainz OUT
Patrick Wimmer IN
This will be a do or die game for Bielefeld, and it will be mostly up to Wimmer to keep their hopes alive with a good attacking performance. He will be up against the Bochum defence, who have been leaky of late, and is expected to have a good game.
Christopher Trimmel OUT
Benno Schmitz IN
Koln have been a team on the rise in the past few gameweeks, and they will look to keep their winning run going against Wolfsburg. Schmitz has been good linking up the attack and providing crosses to Modeste and will be looking to add to his six assists for the season.
Raphael Guerreiro IN
This is a tough decision, as I am moving out one of my best defenders. With the season coming to an end, and with Leipzig playing a lot of matches, there could be rotation. Guerreiro will playing Furth who are already relegated, and stands a good chance of a clean sheet along with attacking returns.
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