Back in-form Franck Ribery to score first for Bayern Munich at 6/1 against Bayer Leverkusen and bwin are promising to double your winnings if he notches again and treble them if he bags a hat-trick.
A trip to Leverkusen will hold no fears for rampaging Munich, with the European champions priced as short as 3/5 to register their seventh league win of the campaign.
Sami Hyypia’s men are on offer at 4/1, while the draw, which certainly looks a strong runner, can be snapped at 3/1.
Ribery has scored five goals in his last eight games
This popular Double/Triple Money offer is available on every player in the first goalscorer market for this heavyweight clash, but punters with an eye for making serious profit from their wagers should look no further than the confident Frenchman, who scored his fifth goal of the season in Bayern’s imposing 3-1 Champions League victory over Manchester City.
This is by far his best goalscoring start to a Bundesliga season since joining from Marseille in 2007.
Leverkusen haven’t drawn in the Bundesliga in 12 matches
Looking at past trends, teams like Leverkusen that are pushing for Champions League qualification in Europe’s major leagues average a draw every four/five games.
Last season when they finished third, eight of their 34 league games ended in stalemate.
This current 12 game barren run will end soon, and this looks the perfect game to catch it – at a very exciting 3/1.
Early season matches between two title contenders such as these two regularly turn out to be cagey affairs, where teams are focused on not handing any momentum over to their rivals.
Both Leverkusen and Munich, who, combined, have won 33 of their last 36 league matches, will be out not to lose this game rather than win it.
There has yet to be a 0-0 draw in the 65 Bundesliga games this season
This is another punt for trend ending focused punters.
Last season there was a 0-0 draw, on average, every 15 Bundesliga games and despite its entertaining nature, the league simply can’t sustain this current goals galore run.
A 0-0 draw is on the way somewhere this weekend in Germany and despite the plethora of attacking on show from both quarters in this clash, the 11/1 for a goalless draw should not be overlooked.