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Bundesliga Preview – Bundesliga Betting: Lightning could prank twice against Bayern

Bayern Munich Friday, 04. 05:00 GMTLive on Betfair Live Video Bayern are cruising towards a sixth consecutive Bundesliga title, not just because of their excellence, but because of the failure of their rivals to mount any sort of challenge. Take last weekend as an example: Borussia Dortmund only drew with Augsburg, while Eintracht Frankfurt, Bayer Leverkusen and RB Leipzig all lost. The champions also failed to win last weekend, as they were held to a 0-0 draw by Hertha Berlin. It was the first time since May 2015 that the Bavarians failed to score in a competitive home match. Jupp Henyckes' men did not play badly, but they did not take their chances against a Hertha team. Now Bayern a trip to Freiburg side that continues to punch well above its weight. Christian Streich's Breisgau-Brazilians have lost just once in their last 12 matches, and at home 16 Bundesliga outings. The Black Forest Stadium is a tough place to go – it's usually freezing cold, and Streich has an uncanny crack of getting more out of his players than can reasonably be demanded. Robert Lewandowski for Bayern to win at Freiburg, and on the road FCB have been winning, but not always by a big margin. They have won two goals or more in their last nine Bundesliga away matches. Freiburg wants make life tough for Bayern, and former Bayern striker Nils Petersen is in the shape of his career. He has 12 Bundesliga goals this term, his best ever tally. I'm happy to give Freiburg a two-goal start on the Asian Handicap against a Bayern team. Recommended BetBack Freiburg +2 on the Handicap at 10/11 (Sportsbook) Borussia Monchengladbach v Werder BremenFriday March 02, 19:30 GMTLive on Betfair live video Werder Bremen boosted their survival hopes last weekend as they won the Nordderby 1-0 against their old rivals Hamburg. A late own goal from Rick van Drongelen proved to be the winner, but although the goal has come to a high-pressure game. Now Werder face one of their least favorite opponents. The Opta stats tell us that SVW have lost six of their last seven meetings with Borussia Monchengladbach, but in truth there is not much to fear from the Foals in their current state. Gladbach won 1-0 at Hannover, but were far from dominant, and they have just won three of their last 11 league games. Skipper Lars Stindl has now come out more than 1000 minutes without a league goal, and attacking talisman Raffael is still out with a muscle injury. The foals have been dealt with for a long time, and the players have had to shoulder. Schalke and Borussia Dortmund, and given Schalke and Borussia Dortmund, and given Bayern a scare at the Allianz Arena 4-2. Injury-hit Gladbach is too short to me at [1.97]. Recommended BetLay Borussia Monchengladbach at [1.97] Cologne Koln v StuttgartSunday March 04, 14:30 GMTLive on Betfair Live VideoTayfun Korkut has had on Stuttgart. 1-0, and VfB are suddenly clear. Striker Daniel Ginczek and Mario Gomez have joined the line as Benjamin Pavard and Timo Baumgartl have excelled. Korkut, who had a hitherto unimpressive record as a coach, has hit the ground with his hometown club. However, I think the winning run may come to an end in Cologne this weekend. Koln produced one of the most extreme results of last weekend, at the Red Bull Arena. For 40 minutes, Koln were hopeless, but by the end of the match they fully deserved their victory. Attacking midfielder Leonardo Bittencourt got the winner on his first appearance since 2018, and there's no doubt that the easing of the Koln injury crisis is boosting their chances of picking up results. In Koln last week, and the fact they are only on the bottom of Sunday's game. I really fancy Koln to win this and drag it closer to safety, so at Stuttgart's revival, that's what I'm backing. Bundesliga matches, and the crowd can win them over the line against a team. Recommended BetBack FC Koln to win at [2.44] Bundesliga 2017-18 P / L Points Staked: 77 Points Returned: 68.29 P / L: -8.71 points

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