Friday 13th December 2019
Hoffenheim v Augsburg
Hoffenheim have won six and drawn two of the last eight meetings. Hoffenheim’s good run is well and truly over and they have now not won in three. Augsburg are unbeaten in four, but they were all against bottom six sides. This is the perfect game for Hoffenheim to bounce back and at 1.91 they can be backed as a trade out option.
Saturday 14th December 2019
Bayern Munich v Werder Bremen
Bayern have won the last seventeen meetings, so Bremen have no chance, or do they? On these stats against Bayern the answer is no, but Bayern have lost their last two and could be vulnerable at a short price. At around 1.15 on the exchanges a small Lay will do no harm and if Bremen lead, you could lock in a profit. In the last eight meetings in Munich, seven went Over 4.5 goals so that is also a trading option at 2.40.
Koln v Leverkusen
A local derby that is generally fairly close and recent games at Koln have ended 2-0, 1-1, 0-2 and 1-1. Koln have lost five of their last six games and take on their local rivals who have won three of their last four. Under 2.5 goals at 2.40 makes some appeal as a trading angle.
Mainz v Dortmund
Four of the last six meetings ended 2-1, three to Dortmund and one to Mainz, so the games are generally close. Games in recent week involving these two have seen goals with both of them in their last five games going Over 2.5 goals. Dortmund are a little short away from home at 1.66 so the 2.80 about them winning and both teams scoring is a better option.
Hertha Berlin v Freiburg
Three of the last four meetings have been draws, including the two games in Berlin. In the last twelve overall head to head, no side has scored more than two goals and only six of the twelve have been Over 2.5 goals. Hertha drew 2-2 at Frankfurt last week having led 2-0 and Freiburg beat Wolfsburg with a late goal. Hertha have not won in seven, but they do score goals and Freiburg have not won in four away. A little risky at 2.00 but Hertha to end that run and win as a trading option.
Dusseldorf v Leipzig
Only the two meetings at this level with Leipzig winning 4-0 here last season and the teams drawing 1-1 in Leipzig. Leipzig have won their last five and lost just once away this season, and Dusseldorf have not won in their last four. Backing teams at 1.44 away from home is crazy, so a better option is Leipzig to win and Over 2.5 goals at 1.91 as there have been Over 2.5 goals in six of the seven away games and this bet would have won in five of seven away games.
Sunday 15th December 2019
Wolfsburg v Moenchengladbach
Five of the last six head to head were Over 2.5 goals and Wolfsburg only lost one of the six. Three of the last four head to head in Wolfsburg were Over 2.5 goals. On recent form Wolfsburg have won one in seven and Gladbach have won nine of their last eleven. Lay Wolfsburg at 2.60 and keep the draw onside.
Schalke v Frankfurt
Frankfurt have won four of the last six meetings with one draw and won on two of their last three trips to Gelsenkirchen. Frankfurt rallied from 2-0 down at home last week to grab a point and Schalke lost 2-1 at Leverkusen. Schalke have not lost in six at home but 2.00 to win hardly appeals. Lay the draw as a trading option.
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