Matheus Cunha (Hertha Berlin) v Union Berlin

Cunha has flourished since joining Hertha Berlin from RB Leipzig in January.

Used primarily as a centre-forward, he has scored in all of Hertha’s last three matches, including an exceptional goal in last week’s 3-0 victory at Hoffenheim.

That goal summed up his style: using his strenght, speed and skill to rip past the full-back before finishing cutely into the top corner.

Moussa Diaby (Bayer Leverkusen) v Borussia Monchengladbach

Kai Havertz’s hat-trick stole the headlines from Leverkusen’s 4-1 win at Werder Bremen on Monday, but Diaby was equally as eye-catching.

The PSG academy graduate has been magnificent since moving to the Bundesliga last summer, joining a long list of impressive Bayer signings over the last few years.

His dribbling and pace are the winger’s outstanding attributes – he can beat a defender from a standing start – and four goals and five assists for the season shows that his final product is good, too.

Joshua Kimmich (Bayern Munich) v Eintracht Frankfurt

Kimmich is not an unknown gem, but he is arguably playing the best football of his career.

Having moved inside from right-back to central midfield, where he has formed a formidable partnership with Thiago, the German's technique and ability to link defence and attack ensures that Bayern are always in control of games.

Expect him to be one of the key reasons why Eintracht Frankfurt don’t get a sniff at the Allianz Arena on Saturday evening.

Marcel Sabitzer (RB Leipzig) v Mainz

Previously a midfielder who would score between 5-10 goals per season, Sabitzer has come to life in front of goal this term.

The Austrian has registered 15 goals and eight assists in all competitions this season, including twice against Tottenham in the Champions League in March.

Having been left of the bench for last weekend’s frustrating 1-1 draw with Freiburg, Sabitzer should return to Leipzig’s starting XI and get them back to winning ways at Mainz.

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