Saturday’s Bundesliga fixtures
Odds To Bet On covers the five big European leagues (Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A, Ligue 1) and has already previewed Saturday’s Premier League and La Liga clashes, so the Bundesliga is next.
There are five games in Germany (Hertha Berlin v Werder Bremen, Bochum v Wolfsburg, Mainz 05 v Bayern Munich, Hoffenheim v FC Koln, Borussia Dortmund v Eintracht Frankfurt), so Odds To Bet On has used Oddschecker to get the best returns.
Hertha Berlin v Werder Bremen
Hertha are desperate for a win to boost their survival hopes, but they are winless in their last six games ahead of Saturday’s meeting with Bremen. Hertha have lost four of those matches and have picked up just one point from their last two home outings, so they’re not in great shape.
Bremen are six places and 10 points better off in 12th, but they’re in poor form too. The visitors are also winless in their last six and have picked up just two points from their last four away games, so they outcome is too close to call.
Hertha are 25/19 to win with VBet, Hertha and Bremen are 13/5 to win with Unibet, and Bremen are 43/20 to win with Unibet.
Bochum v Wolfsburg
Bochum need a win to pull away from the relegation zone, but they aren’t in the best form ahead of Saturday’s meeting with Wolfsburg – the hosts are winless in their last three games and have lost three of their last four home outings.
Wolfsburg, who are six places and 12 points better off in the table, have lost one game in their last six and have two wins from their last three away games, so they’re in better form than the hosts.
Bochum are 11/5 to win with Unibet, Bochum and Wolfsburg are 51/19 to draw with VBet, and Wolfsburg are 13/10 to win with QuinnBet.
Mainz 05 v Bayern Munich
Mainz are in fine form of late with five wins and four draws in their last nine games, but their unbeaten record could come to an end against Bayern on Saturday. The visitors have won five of their last seven outings and boast two wins from their previous three away games.
Mainz have been solid at home with four wins and two draws from six home games, so they should pose a threat to Bayern, but the visitors have the best away record in the division so they’ll be favourites regardless.
Mainz are 9/2 to win with Paddy Power, Mainz and Bayern are 19/5 to draw with Unibet, and Bayern are 10/11 to win with VBet.
Hoffenheim v FC Koln
Hoffenheim will fancy their chances against FC Koln on Saturday as they boast three wins and a draw from their last four games. The hosts are coming off the back of consecutive home wins too, so they’ll be big favourites to pick up all three points.
FC Koln are two places and three points better off in the table but have managed just one win in eight games and only recently ended a 10-game winless run away from home, so they aren’t in great shape.
Hoffenheim are 5/4 to win with Unibet, Hoffenheim and FC Koln are 51/19 to draw with VBet, and FC Koln are 29/13 to win with VBet.
Borussia Dortmund v Eintracht Frankfurt
Dortmund could go top of the Bundesliga with a win over Frankfurt and boast eight consecutive home wins ahead of Saturday’s meeting, so they’re big favourites to come out on top.
Edin Terzić’s side have won two and drawn one of their previous four games overall and face a Frankfurt side coming off the back of seven winless outings. The visitors have lost four of their last five away games too, so they may struggle at the Signal Iduna Park.