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Friday 14th February 2020
Dortmund v Frankfurt
The last seven head to head saw both teams score, six of the seven were Over 2.5 goals. With goals extremely likely here, the bookmakers have factored that in heavily and with Dortmund unbeaten at home, a win for them and plenty of goals is the obvious shout. Frankfurt have only won two on the road so supporting them is risky, but they are unbeaten in four now so will be no pushovers, however they have lost on their last eight trips to Dortmund. Dortmund to win and both teams to score at 2.20 looks fair value.
Saturday 15th February 2020
Augsburg v Freiburg
There have been three draws in the last six meetings today and these two hit and miss teams would probably both take a draw here so keeping it simple we could trade the correct score market around 1-1 and 2-2 which could put us in a good Betfair Trading position during the game.
Hoffenheim v Wolfsburg
Four of the last six meetings today were Over 2.5 goals. Recent games in Hoffenheim ended 1-4. 3-0, 0-0,1-0 and 1-1. Hoffenheim have won four of their last six, Wolfsburg lost three of their last five but have drawn and won their last two. This looks like a good game to Lay the draw as a Betfair Trading option.
RB Leipzig v Werder Bremen
Leipzig drew at Bayern to avert a mini crisis and take on Bremen who have lost seven of their last eight. Leipzig have won the three head to head at home and should be comfortable winners here. Leipzig -1 on the handicap at 1.73 in a game that is probably best avoided.
Union Berlin v Leverkusen
Leverkusen have won four of their last five and Union have won five of their last six at home so an interesting match-up. Only one meeting of the two and that was a 2-0 home win for Leverkusen in September. Leverkusen are the most likely winners but 1.91 is not for me and this game is difficult to get an angle on, so try Under 2.5 goals at 2.25 with a view to Betfair Trading out around 30 minutes if still 0-0.
Dusseldorf v Moenchengladbach
It is a bit of a surprise to find that the two teams have only met three times at this level and only once in the last six years, a 2-1 win for Gladbach back in September. Dusseldorf have won only one of their last eleven, and as well as Gladbach have played this season, they have won only once in their last seven away games. Gladbach are odds on away from home and a small Lay at that price as a Betfair Trading angle to trade out if they go behind or are level in the second half, might pay dividends.
Sunday 16th February 2020
Koln v Bayern Munich
Two in form teams, Koln have won their last four at home, Bayern are unbeaten in seven. Koln have not beaten Bayern in eleven attempts with ten wins for Bayern. For no other reason than that Koln are in form, a small lay of Bayern at 1.20 away from home is worth the risk and let’s hope Koln can score or hold them for a long period, to trade out.
Mainz v Schalke
Having lost their four previous games, Mainz won 3-1 at Hertha Berlin against all the odds, but take on a Schalke side who have lost only two in thirteen. There have been no draws in the last eleven head to head. Six of the last seven head to head have seen one side win to Nil and six of the last seven meetings today were won by Schalke. Schalke to win at 2.25.
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