Bundesliga Trading Focus: 25th-27th Oct 2019

Bundesliga Football Betting Tips

Friday 25th October 2019

Mainz v Koln

Seven of the last eight head to head were Under 2.5 goals, but on current season form this fixture suggests goals. They have both won just twice this season, so it is hard to have faith in either as a betting or trading proposition so perhaps a small play on both teams to score No at 2.50.


Saturday 26th October 2019

Bayern Munich v Union Berlin

No head to head to go on here, so it is about current form, with Bayern going through a mini crisis following a defeat and a draw. Union ended a run of four defeats by beating Freiburg, but this will be their greatest achievement if they can go to Munich and win and Bayern to win to Nil at 2.00 if pushed to get involved.

Freiburg v Leipzig

Six meetings at this level all ended Over 2.5 goals and no drawn games. Freiburg have won the last two meetings at home by 3-0 and 2-1 but they are inconsistent and lost to Union Berlin last week. Leipzig have won only once in five games but drew three of those. Over 2.5 goals at 1.67 as a trading option.

Hertha Berlin v Hoffenheim

In the last six overall meetings, four were Under 2.5 goals and there were three draws, and three wins for Hoffenheim. The last two games played in Berlin ended 3-3 and 1-1. Hoffenheim have won their last two, beating Schalke and Bayern, so they may have turned the corner. Lay Hertha Berlin at 2.16 and trade out if they go behind.

Schalke v Dortmund

Dortmund have won only one of the last six head to head with three of those games ending level. The four most recent games in Gelsenkirchen ended 1-2, 2-0, 1-1 and 2-2, so the games have been close. Both teams to score is the obvious play here, but at 1.57 there is no value and preference would be a small lay of Dortmund at 2.10 as a trading option. This could be a great game, especially if Schalke can get in front.


Sunday 27th October 2019

Wolfsburg v Augsburg

Wolfsburg beat Augsburg 8-1 back in May to complete the double having won 3-2 in Augsburg earlier in the season. Augsburg had won two and drawn one of their three previous visits, so that result was a bit of a shock. Both drew their last game with Augsburg managing to hold Bayern and Wolfsburg a valuable point at Leipzig. Wolfsburg remain unbeaten and they have scored in every game and they may prove too strong for Augsburg who have just one victory this season. Wolfsburg at -1 on the handicap at 2.50 offers a little value as Augsburg concede plenty of goals.

Moenchengladbach v Frankfurt

Five of the last six head to head ended Under 2.5 goals, which is the only real stand out stat for this fixture. Gladbach had won four on the bounce before losing at Dortmund but take on a Frankfurt side themselves unbeaten in four. Both are in action in midweek in Europe and it is possible that might have an affect here. Probably better not to get too involved and Under 2.5 goals at 2.50 as a trading option might be worth an interest.


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