Arjen Robben returns from international duty with Holland in fine goal-scoring fettle and the 13/4 odds on him netting the opener against Mainz 05 stick out like a sore thumb, especially with bwin promising to double or triple your winnings if he goes on to notch once or twice more.
The same lucrative offer also applies on all other first and anytime scorer bets.
Bundesliga mavericks Bayern are trading at 1/10 to win their seventh game of the season, with mid-table Mainz 16/1 to end Munich’s record-breaking 33-game unbeaten run in the league and the draw is a 9/1 poke.
Robben scored in Holland’s final two World Cup qualifiers.
The fleet-footed dribbling ace pinged a 30-yard free-kick home in the Dutch’s 8-1 thumping of Hungary and then repeated the dead ball trick from a wider angle against Turkey when curling an unstoppable effort into the bottom corner.
His goal-scoring expeditions this season have been more consistent than previous years, notching seven times in 13 appearances across all competitions for club and country.
When on a roll, Robben can go goal-crazy.
The former Chelsea man is the definition of a confidence player and has history of racking up goal-scoring hot streaks when firing on all cylinders.
After scoring two on international duty for Holland against England in 2012, Robben returned to domestic action with a bang, scoring seven goals in four games, including a hat-trick against Hertha Berlin.
That Robben swagger in front of goal was also on show in the spring of 2010, when he embarked on a run of nine goals in eight games, which also saw the Dutch wizard fire three in one game against Hannover.
Bayern have scored at least one goal in their last 45 Bundesliga games.
This Bundesliga record shows no signs of being broken, particularly against a Mainz side that have conceded an average of 2.3 goals per game this season.
The current goal tally stands at 123 in the aforementioned 45-game run and it wouldn’t be a huge surprise to see brilliant Bayern get near the 130 mark following this routine fixture.
Shrewd punters should be confidently hammering down the cash on the any other score selection (to win by more than four goals) in the correct score market at 27/10.