FC Bayern München
Top 5 PB:
255, 255, 249, 246, 245
PB Scores over 200:
PB Scores over 250:
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Peak PB Scores
Joshua Kimmich is a defensive midfielder for Bayern Munich. Kimmich suits the current PB matrix very well as he averages 73 passes, 2.5 key passes and 7.4 crosses per 90. By performing exceptionally well in these 3 components of the PB matrix, Kimmich has a very high PB average of 174 and so it only takes a goal or assist for him to usually hit a high match day dividends, competing PB score. Kimmich had previously played at right back, but since being moved to defensive midfield, Bayern Munich's win % has increased considerably and Hansi Flick prefers him in midfield where it is likely he will remain to play in the future for Bayern. As a midfielder on Football Index, Kimmich often just loses out on earning match day dividends to other players who score/assist more and hit higher peak PB scores. However, Kimmich is likely to earn match day dividends on a number of occassions and will also benefit from the later stages of the Champions League as well as EURO 2021 and the World Cup. Kimmich is less of an exciting player to many news outlets and fans and so he is unlikely to earn media dividends.
1 Year Price Graph
Joshua Kimmich's price started the season at £3.25. Kimmich's price has fluctuated on a number of occassions throughout the season due to Football Index positional changes as he is more likely to earn match day dividends when listed as a defender. It appears likely that Kimmich will now remain a midfielder on Football Index. Kimmich has also earned £0.30 since the start of the season and his possible dividend returns should be heavily considered when weighing up his price. Kimmich's price has remained relatively stagnant following his drop in price in November and it appears Kimmich's price is now already built up on the expectation of him earning many future match day dividends. Kimmich's circumstances are unlikely to change considerably with a lack of transfer speculation and he now seems settled in midfield for Bayern, therefore his price is unlikely to rise considerably in price in the short term. However, a future dividend increase weighted towards match day dividends could result in Kimmich rising further in price. Overall, in terms of earning match day dividends, Kimmich is a solid hold, but in terms of capital appreciation he may not rise so much in the short term. Longer term, Kimmich appears a reasonably strong hold given the possibility of dividends increasing in the future.
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