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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 21st April 2018
Stuttgart v Werder Bremen
Both of these sides drew 1-1 last week following a loss the week before but prior to that both had been in decent form. Stuttgart have been solid at home all season and have lost just once in nine matches. They have however, drawn their last three at home. Bremen have lost just once in their last seven. In the last five meetings today of the two, in Stuttgart, both teams have scored in all games. That looks a reasonable option here at 1.70.
Frankfurt v Hertha Berlin
Two inconsistent sides but Frankfurt still have an outside chance of European football next season whilst Hertha are safely in mid-table and are probably looking towards next season. Frankfurt’s strong home form probably gives them the edge but despite being undefeated in their last eight at home, I find it hard to recommend them at odds on. The draw is the most likely result as Hertha set up not to lose when away from home and the last three meetings today between the two in Frankfurt have ended 3-3, 1-1 and 4-4. Trading around 1-1 and 2-2 in the correct score market may be the way to go here.
Hamburg v Freiburg
When the term “six pointer” was invented, they must have had this game in mind. The two are second and third bottom with Freiburg eight points above the hosts. A win for them will virtually condemn Hamburg to relegation and even a point may be enough. Neither are in any form with Freiburg losing five of their last six and Hamburg three of their last five. Five of the last six head to head have ended in draws and as that would suit Freiburg, the onus is on Hamburg to attack but they are the lowest scorers in Bundesliga. I couldn’t entertain Hamburg at 2.10 and again the draw seems most likely and with seven of the last nine head to head being under, a correct score trade around 0-0 and 1-1 may pay dividends.
Augsburg v Mainz
Augsburg are probably safe from the relegation play-offs but Mainz need points and if you could choose where to play to get those points, Augsburg would be first choice. The hosts have lost their last four at home and Mainz are unbeaten in three. Add to that Mainz have won two and drawn one of their last three visits here and it looks like we have a reason to bet them. We can either Lay Augsburg at around 2.30 or chance Mainz at around 3.50. The other option at 2.20 is Over 2.5 goals as seven of the last nine meetings today have gone Over.
(odds are subject to change)
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