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Another huge weekend ahead in the German Bundesliga – we take a look at the best of the action from a trading angle.
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Saturday 3rd March 2018
Frankfurt v Hannover
Frankfurt sit in fourth in the Bundesliga and that is possibly the biggest surprise of the season so far but whether they can stay there is another matter, especially after last week’s defeat. They have won their last three at home but have conceded in all bar one home game this season. With Hannover conceding in all bar one away we should see goals and they have drawn their last three away 1-1. The head to head in Frankfurt doesn’t tell us much with two homes, two aways and one draw. Frankfurt have won the last three meetings today so are the more likely winners. Frankfurt playing at home, and Hannover away from home score and concede plenty of second half goals so it might be worth chancing second half the half with most goals at 2.10 (11/10).
Schalke v Hertha Berlin
Schalke score goals, they have scored in their last eighteen matches and they have scored in all home games bar one. They have won their last five head to head at home so look like weekend bankers. Hertha have not conceded in their last three away so will likely park the bus and play for a draw. In six of the last nine meetings today, the game has finished by a 2-0 scoreline. Schalke to win 2-0?
Hamburg v Mainz
A real six pointer between two teams fighting relegation and a won for either would be huge. Hamburg have not won in eleven matches so it would require a huge leap of faith to bet them at 2.25 (5/4) even against Mainz. The visitors have lost three of their last four away but they have at least won two of their last six. Safest option is probably to go with Over 2.5 goals as eight of the last ten head to head have gone Over.
Wolfsburg v Leverkusen
Leverkusen are arguably a better side away from home as they have not lost on their last nine road trips. Wolfsburg concede at home and have won one of their last eight games whilst Leverkusen score away and have lost three of their last eight matches. Leverkusen should win but a safer option is Over 2.5 goals as fourteen of the last fifteen meetings today have gone Over with the other game ending 1-1.
Augsburg v Hoffenheim
Hoffenheim remain in freefall but have won their last two games in Augsburg. They are struggling on current form with one win in their last eight games whilst Augsburg have lost three of their last eight and got a good draw in Dortmund last week. Augsburg have scored in all bar one home game and Hoffenheim have scored in their last nine matches. Looks like a game for Both Teams To Score at 1.66 (4/6).
Sunday 4th March 2018
FC Koln v Stuttgart
Two very frustrating sides and difficult to bet or trade on due to their inconsistencies. Stuttgart have not lost in four recent head to heads in Koln but every time that Koln have looked like they are in trouble recently, they have found a result, as in Leipzig last weekend. Koln have only lost twice in their last eight games and that should normally be enough for them to win here but Stuttgart have won their last three but only picked up five points on the road all season. I am inclined to chance Both Teams To Score here at 1.80 (4/5).
(Note: Odds are subject to change)
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