Friday, February 3rd
Nurnberg v Borussia Dortmund (7.30pm)
Home win: 21/4 Draw: 29/10 Away win: 53/100
Betting tip: Dortmund’s recent record in this fixture makes for interesting reading, with Jurgen Klopp’s side winning 2-0 on each on the last three encounters between the clubs. Using bwin’s free £25 bet to back a 2-0 away win at 23/4 seems enticing and could see you walk away with £168.75.
On all of those occasions Robert Lewandowski has scored, with the big Pole opening the scoring in each of the last two encounters and you can get odds of 4/1 on a repeat.
Saturday, February 4th
Hoffenheim v Augsburg (2.30pm)
Home win: 3/5 Draw: 11/4 Away win: 9/2
Betting tip: Hoffenheim have drawn four straight games at home, with three 1-1 draws out of the four matches. Augsburg meanwhile have scored once in three of their last four games on the road. With these kind of stats on the board, backing another 1-1 result at 6/1 is your best bet.
Bayer Leverkusen v VfB Stuttgart (2.30pm)
Home win: 7/10 Draw: 27/10 Away win: 15/4
Betting tip: Bayer Leverkusen striker Stefan Kiessling has an incredible record against Stuttgart, with nine goals in eight against die Roten. The striker is therefore a good bet to get on the scoresheet again at 7/5. You can also back Kiessling at 5/1 to score the first goal or alternatively tip him to score two or more at odds of 15/2.
Schalke 04 v Mainz (2.30pm)
Home win: 13/20 Draw: 14/5 Away win: 4/1
Betting tip: Schalke 04’s recent form has seen the Royal Blues emerge as a dark horse for the Bundesliga title. Second half goals have been the order of the day for the Gelsenkirchen side in recent weeks, with four of Schalke’s last five Bundesliga games featuring three or more goals in the second period. Backing a repeat against a defensively fragile Mainz side is advised, particularly with odds of 13/5 on three or more goals in the second period of this match.
Hertha BSC v Hannover 96 (2.30pm)
Home win: 29/20 Draw: 11/5 Away win: 37/20
Betting tip: Hertha Berlin’s defeat at home to Hamburg last week was their eighth consecutive game without a win in the Bundesliga. During that time, a familiar theme has developed, with the Berliners conceding exactly two goals in three of their last four games in the league. With Hannover 96 in high spirits after last week’s win against Nurnberg, which marked their sixth game unbeaten, backing the visitors to score exactly two goals at 14/5 is worth a punt.
Wolfsburg v Borussia Monchengladbach (2.30pm)
Home win: 37/20 Draw: 23/10 Away win: 7/5
Betting tip: Borussia Monchengladbach’s 3-0 win away at Stuttgart last week was the second consecutive game in which Gladbach scoring three goals following their impressive victory over Bayern. Gladbach have scored three in two of their last three away games too and with Marco Reus and Mike Hanke enjoying excellent goalscoring form, backing odds of 17/4 on the visitors to score three or more could prove an ideal tip.
Hamburg v Bayern Munich (5.30pm)
Home win: 21/4 Draw: 14/5 Away win: 11/20
Betting tip: While a resurgent Hamburg are ones to watch in the Bundesliga at present, Bayern Munich remain the team to beat, despite their recent defeat to Gladbach.
Though a scoreline prediction remains tricky, tipping Arjen Robben to be among the goals could prove worthwhile. After all, the Dutchman has notched four goals in Bayern’s last two games against Hamburg in the Bundesliga and comes into this game on the back of a late goal against Wolfsburg last week.
Odds of 11/2 on Robben to score twice during the game could reap some rewards but for a bet to keep you watching to the final whistle, backing Robben to score the final goal of the game at 4/1 could provide plenty of excitement and steady returns.
Sunday, February 5th
SC Freiburg v Werder Bremen (2.30pm)
Home win: 21/10 Draw: 5/2 Away win: 23/20
Betting tip: Goals have been in plentiful supply for both of these teams so far this season, with as many scored as conceded for Bremen and Freiburg so far this year. There is a history of high scoring matches between these sides too, with 36 goals scored in their last seven Bundesliga encounters. This equates to an average of over five goals a game.
Backing over 4.5 goals at 333/100 offers potential returns on a big money bet but those confident of a Bremen win may be tempted to back over 3.5 goals scored with Werder winning at 17/4. After all, the visitors have won each of the last seven encounters between the sides in the league.
Kaiserslautern v Cologne (5.30pm)
Home win: 3/4 Draw: 5/2 Away win: 15/4
Betting tip: Kaiserslautern’s recent record has seen them draw five consecutive games in the Bundesliga, drawing 1-1 on three occasions. The scoreline has a specific resonance with this fixture too, given that the sides have drawn 1-1 on both of their previous Bundesliga encounters. Backing another 1-1 final score draw at 11/2 may sound simple, but the best bets often are.
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