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Eintracht Frankfurt are +148 favorites (DraftKings Sportsbook) away to Werder Bremen (+175) on Wednesday, with the over 2.5 goals sitting at -136 versus +110 for the under. The potential for a low-scoring game comes from Werder Bremen's defense, which hasn't allowed a goal in the past three games. Unfortunately, they only scored two goals in that span. Meanwhile, Eintracht Frankfurt's matches have basically been goal-fests, with goal totals coming in at four, seven, six and three in their four matches, respectively, since the league's restart. Over that time, Frankfurt have scored eight while allowing 12, including three to Borussia Monchengladbach in the opener and five to Bayern Munich the game after.
From a DFS perspective, only one player matters in this game: Filip Kostic ($11,600). The league-leader in floor points (total fantasy points minus goals and assists) by a margin of 106.6, Kostic also only trails Timo Werner (25 goals and seven assists) and Robert Lewandowski (29 goals and three assists) in total fantasy points despite having only four goals and nine assists this season. For further reference, the 106.6-point gap between Kostic and second-place Joshua Kimmich is more than the difference between Kimmich and Bastian Oczipka, who has the 20th-most floor points this season. Kostic is the league leader in crosses, having sent in 309 in 2,419 minutes over 27 games, equating to 11.50 per 90 minutes. The next-highest player (200 minutes minimum) is Florian Kainz at 10.28, and he's only played 1,313 minutes. The reason this is