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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.
One thing to remember is that this is a trading website and if you can trade out for a decent profit at any time then that is what we advise. If we get two early goals and we have done Over 2.5 goals and we can take a nice profit then that is an angle.
Saturday 31st March 2018
Stuttgart v Hamburg
With Stuttgart unbeaten in seven and Hamburg losing five of their last six, this should be an easy home win. The problem is that Stuttgart are hardly prolific scoring just twelve at home in thirteen this season and only three in the last seven. They have the lowest average in the league for total match goals and if Hamburg come and defend it could be a bore fest. A safer option than risking Stuttgart is probably Unders.
Schalke v Freiburg
Schalke have won their last five and scored in twenty one consecutive games. Freiburg have drawn three of the last four away and six away all season. Most will have Schalke as bankers at the prices but Freiburg have drawn on their last two visits to Gelsenkirchen and should not be underestimated. I love the way Schalke play but I cannot have them at 1.57 (4/7) and I prefer both teams to score at just above 2.20 (6/5).
Hannover v Leipzig
Hannover have lost their last four and RB Leipzig are unbeaten in three and challenging for a Champions League place. Leipzig won the reverse fixture 2-1 the only meeting at this level. Leipzig in their current for should be far too strong and could win easily. On the handicap -1 they can be backed at 3.40 (12/5) and that might be worth a small interest.
Bayern Munich v Dortmund
Bayern have not lost in thirteen home games but Dortmund have not lost in six away so this promises to be a cracker. Dortmund are unbeaten in their last twelve games and have scored in their last eleven away. Recent head to head in Munich favours the home side but Dortmund have scored on their last five visits. Both teams to score is an obvious play but the odds are prohibitive but could be included in multiple bets.
Hertha Berlin v Wolfsburg
Hertha have lost two of their last eight and Wolfsburg lost five of their last six so will either have the will to win. In recent meetings today in Berlin, the games have ended 1-0, 1-1, 1-0 and 1-2 so Unders is a serious player. Trading the correct score 1-1 might also reap rewards.
Sunday 1st April 2018
Werder Bremen v Frankfurt
Bremen have not lost in eight at home and have lost just once in their last eight games. Frankfurt have won six of their last nine games but have lost their last three away. Four of the last five meetings today have been Over 2.5 goals and that looks a big option here but I couldn’t put anyone off betting Bremen.
(Note: Odds are subject to change)
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