Friday 1st November 2019
Hoffenheim v Paderborn
Only two recent meetings with Hoffenheim winning 1-0 at home and a 0-0 draw in Paderborn. Both won last week and that is three on the bounce for Hoffenheim and they now sit mid-table. Paderborn will be delighted with their win over Dusseldorf and it may kick start their season but away from home is a struggle and Hoffenheim will be tough to beat. Hoffenheim -1 at 2.20 on the handicap.
Saturday 2nd November 2019
Dortmund v Wolfsburg
Wolfsburg have not won in eight meetings, managing just one draw. They have failed to score on their last three visits to Dortmund but did manage a goalless draw there two seasons ago. Dortmund are now unbeaten in six, four of them draws and Wolfsburg remain unbeaten, but they struggle to score goals and that could be their downfall eventually. Dortmund to win to Nil at 2.60.
Frankfurt v Bayern Munich
Frankfurt have failed to register a win against Bayern in sixteen attempts so very difficult to recommend them here. Two of the last five head to head in Frankfurt ended level, so all is not lost for the home side. Both sides games usually involve goals and that looks the way to go here. Over 3.5 goals at 1.91 is fairly short, but as a trading option if two early goals.
Leverkusen v Moenchengladbach
The last three head to head all ended Under 2.5 goals. There have been two home wins and two away wins in the last four head to head in Leverkusen. Gladbach have won six of nine games this season including a 4-2 win over Frankfurt last week. Leverkusen are unbeaten at home but have drawn three of the five games. This looks like an ideal game for Lay the draw.
Werder Bremen v Freiburg
No jump out stats on this fixture with two draws in the last four meetings in Bremen. On current form, Bremen are the draw kings with four successive draws, three of them 2-2. Freiburg have lost just one in six so this game is there for the taking for both sides so perhaps this will also end level. Try 1-1 and 2-2 for correct score trading.
Union Berlin v Hertha Berlin
The Berlin derby and I’m not sure how big this fixture is with just four past meetings at a lower level. Still, we must assume that both will want to win and in those four games, both teams scored and three of the games were Over 2.5 goals. Union have lost five of their last six, and Hertha have been in better form although they did lose last weekend. It might be tight here and Under 2.5 at 2.00 as a trading option appeals slightly more than a home win at 2.80.
Sunday 3rd November 2019
Dusseldorf v Koln
No relevant head to head form so we can only concentrate on current form. Both have lost six games this season so winning doesn’t come easily and it may be best to go down the goals route and Over 3.5 goals at 2.38 with a view to trading.
Augsburg v Schalke
A game where the stats lean towards a draw with four of the last seven meetings ending level including three of the last five in Augsburg. Both have drawn two of their last three games and there is very little to separate them here. Schalke at a shade of odds on offers no value but a small Lay with a view to trading might pay off as they are far too short.
Fancy learning how to trade crypto manually or using a bot? Commission free? You’ll be using the ladder trading interface that you’re familiar with which RacingTraders introduced and all other Betfair trading applications copied.
Take a look at TradeZone and DigiBot here.
If you haven’t already now would be a good time to join the Digitex University to watch our friends at Lion Asset Management trade BTCUSD commission free live 24/7 at Digitex Futures.
80% of private investors trade the wrong way and that is why they lose money trading. Worse still, they spend thousands with “teachers” – mostly charlatans who have been sacked, failed in finance or are just internet marketers.
If anyone wants to learn to trade, then speak to someone who is legally responsible for managing other people’s money. And has been doing it, profitably, for a very long time.