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This is a Big Week for the Best Teams


This is a Big Week for the Best Teams

The international break is done and Bundesliga fans are now looking forward to exciting football games. If you’re out of touch with what’s happening in the German league, I’ll give you a quick update.

Long-time live betting juggernauts Bayern Munich are in a dip of form. Betting websites are seeing Borussia Dortmund as unbeatable at the moment. Hannover 96’s wonderful run has come to an end, and Koln are destined for relegation. Now that you’re up to speed, let’s get straight into the games this coming weekend.

WEEK 8 SATURDAY:

VfB Stuttgart vs FC Koln

Koln are still struggling to find the winning formula ever since they sold Anthony Modeste to TJ Quanjian. Their big signing in Jhon Cordoba is yet to yield a goal that justifies his €17m price tag. Peter Stoger and company need to win games fast or they risk themselves being doomed to relegation.

Bayern Munich vs SC Freiburg

Playing second fiddle to anyone in the Bundesliga is unacceptable for the supporters of the proud Bayern Munich. Now that club legend Josep Heynckes has come out of retirement to lead the struggling Bavarians, we can expect a bit of a renaissance at the Allianz Arena.

Going back to the tried-and-tested ways of Heynckes will definitely give Bayern the win, but I don’t think they’ll win by three points. Make an interesting bet to Freiburg’s +2.75 @ 1.99 Asian Handicap odds.

Hoffenheim vs Augsburg

Hoffenheim have been bruised with shocking results against Ludogorets and Freiburg, but Julian Nagelsmann should have used the break to work on his side’s defence. As much as Augsburg have played well over their last five games, I don’t think they’ll conquer Hoffenheim at Rhein-Neckar-Arena.

Hertha BSC vs Schalke 04

In this mid-table clash, Schalke are looking a bit more favourable. They have won one more game against their hosts and their midfield is going the God’s work for them. However, Berlin have a knack of getting draws and making life difficult for their opponents.

Mainz 05 vs Hamburger SV

The relegation zone is becoming an unpleasantly familiar place for Hamburger SV’s supporters, but getting a positive result against Mainz should be achievable. As long as the Kyriakos Papadopoulos-led defence stops Yoshinori Muto from doing whatever he wants, they have a shot at winning.

Hannover 96 vs Eintracht Frankfurt

One of the most interesting games of the weekend, the Hannover-Frankfurt match has a lot of potential to fans. Now that their unbeaten run was cut short by Monchengladbach, Andre Breitenreiter will be hoping his lads get things back on the right track. Meanwhile, Frankfurt need to watch out for Martin Harnik’s hot shooting form. If they’re not careful, they could get burned fast.  I’m confident Hannover can comfortably win at home, so make a bet on Hannover’s -0.50 @ 2.49.

WEEK 8 SUNDAY:

Borussia Dortmund vs RB Leipzig

This is the biggest match of the weekend if I ever have to pick one. Leipzig may have had a rough couple of months, but they’re finally starting to find their stride. They are now tasked with the arduous task of stopping Dortmund in front of Signal-Iduna-Park.

However, the BVB have scored 12 times in their last three home games. While Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is the biggest scoring threat, Maximilian Philipp, Christian Pulisic and Shinji Kagawa are also ready to bring on the goals. Unless Ralph Hasenhuttl comes up with a brilliant plan, I don’t see Dortmund losing at all. Put your money on Dortmund -1.25 @ 2.23.

Bayer Leverkusen vs VfL Wolfsburg

Wolfsburg can score goals but are having trouble trying to find the extra push to give them the three points. I don’t think they have what it takes to thrive against a Leverkusen side that has scored 11 goals at the BayArena.

WEEK 8 MONDAY:

Werder Bremen vs Borussia Monchengladbach

This game might be a snooze to some fans, but Bremen supporters know that this game could make their relegation escape easier or harder. Monchengladbach aren’t the hardest team to face, but they did beat the then-unbeaten Hannover last time out.

 

 

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