Bundesliga Trading Focus: 25th-27th Jan 19

Bundesliga Free Football Trading Tips

 

Friday 25th January 2019

Hertha Berlin v Schalke

The last six overall head to head have all finished Under 2.5 goals and the two have not drawn with each other in the last seven meetings and only once in fifteen encounters. Five of the last six meetings have ended with a 2-0 or 0-2 scoreline and eight of the last eleven the same. Either lay the draw to trade, play the Unders or bet 2-0 either way.

Saturday 26th January 2019

Dortmund v Hannover

The last four meetings in Dortmund have ended 1-0, three to Dortmund and one to Hannover. Dortmund are too strong for Hannover in every way and have won eight of nine home games with one draw. Hannover have lost seven of their last ten and are struggling for goals. Dortmund to win to nil at 2.00 but it is hardly outstanding value.

Freiburg v Hoffenheim

Both teams have scored in the last eleven head to head with seven of the eleven going Over 2.5 goals. Six of the last nine head to head ended level. Both had 3-1 defeats last time so goals is the underlying theme here and Over 2.5 goals is only 1.50 so try Over 3.5 goals at 2.20 as a trading option.

Wolfsburg v Bayer Leverkusen

The last eleven head to head have all gone Over 2.5 goals with seven of the eleven Over 3.5 goals and Both Teams Scored in ten of the eleven. Both obvious options here have also been spotted by the bookies with Both Teams To Score around 1.60 and Over 2.5 goals around 1.75. Preference would be for the latter.

Sunday 27th January 2019

Bayern Munich v Stuttgart

Stuttgart won here last year but Bayern had already sewn up the title by then and Bayern had won the previous fourteen meetings, the last draw was in 2009.  Bayern nay take their foot off the gas with Europe on their mind so try Bayern to win and both teams to score at 2.50 with the option to trade out if we are in a winning position.

Dusseldorf v RB Leipzig

The only meeting at this level was the 1-1 draw in September. Dusseldorf have been a surprise with four wins on the bounce including three of their last four at home and have gone from a hopeless position to now having a chance of staying up. This will be a tougher test though, as Leipzig are a good side, but they have lost their last three on the road. A speculative lay of the away side at 1.90 as that does seem a bit short, and if Dusseldorf lead, we could trade for our stake back.

Note: Odds are subject to change

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