Saturday, March 3rd
Kaiserslautern v VfL Wolfsburg (2.30pm)
Home win: 27/20 Draw: 11/5 Away win: 2/1
Key stat: Wolfsburg have failed to score in three of their last four away games while Kaiserslautern have scored just one goal in their last three at home.
Betting tip: Away-day goals have proven hard to come by of late for Wolfsburg, while Kaiserslautern come into this game with dismal form having scored just once in their last four Bundesliga matches. All signs point to a 0-0 draw available at 27/4.
Bayer Leverkusen v Bayern Munich (2.30pm)
Home win: 17/5 Draw: 27/10 Away win: 3/4
Key stat: Leverkusen and Bayern have drawn their last two encounters at the BayArena 1-1.
Betting tip: Bayern Munich continue to struggle on the road in the Bundesliga and come into this tricky trip away to Bayer Leverkusen on the back of consecutive draws in their last two away games. With Leverkusen likely to prove a stern test, another 1-1 draw, available at 23/4, is surely worth a punt.
Hamburg v VfB Stuttgart (2.30pm)
Home win: Evens Draw: 12/5 Away win: 13/5
Key stat: Martin Harnik has scored six goals in his last three Bundesliga games for Stuttgart.
Betting tip: Hamburg have conceded nine goals in their last three home matches while Stuttgart have notched up an impressive 13 goals in their last three league games. With frontman Martin Harnik in such fine form, the striker could be one to back at 15/2 to score two or more goals here.
Hannover 96 v Augsburg (2.30pm)
Home win: 67/100 Draw: 13/5 Away win: 17/4
Key stat: Augsburg have averaged a goal a game over their last eight away games in the Bundesliga.
Betting tip: Augsburg may have failed to win any of their last nine away games, but the club continue to find the net on the road and will be full of confidence following last week’s 3-0 win over Hertha Berlin. This makes the odds of them scoring one goal at odds of 7/5 one to back.
Hertha Berlin v Werder Bremen (2.30pm)
Home win: 3/2 Draw: 5/2 Away win: 8/5
Key stat: Claudio Pizarro has scored five goals in his last five matches against Hertha Berlin.
Betting tip: Hertha Berlin come into this game in the worst possible form having lost six straight games with just one goal to their name. Pizarro meanwhile has two goals in his last two away matches for Bremen and is a hot pick to score the opener at odds of 4/1.
SC Freiburg v Schalke 04 (2.30pm)
Home win: 27/10 Draw: 5/2 Away win: 19/20
Key stat: Jefferson Farfan has opened the scoring in the last two meetings between these teams.
Betting tip: Schalke will be eager to return to winning ways against a Freiburg side that is out of form in the Bundesliga at the moment. Freiburg have conceded 12 goals in their last five games and with Jefferson Farfan enjoying a good record against the club, backing the Peruvian to score the first goal at 7/1 is worth a small punt.
Borussia Dortmund v Mainz 05 (5.30pm)
Home win: 31/100 Draw: 4/1 Away win: 17/2
Key stat: Borussia Dortmund have averaged three goals a game at home over their last eight league matches.
Betting tip: Since losing at home to Hertha Berlin back in September, Dortmund have enjoyed a fine run of form with seven wins and a draw at the Westfalenstadion. With exactly three goals in two of their last three games at home, backing the hosts to repeat the feat against a Mainz team without a clean sheet in their last six away games could reap dividends at 6/5.
Sunday, March 4th
Nuremberg v Borussia Monchengladbach (2.30pm)
Home win: 2/1 Draw: 11/5 Away win: 27/20
Key stat: Gladbach’s last four league wins have seen exactly three goals scored on each occasion.
Betting tip: While Nuremberg’s recent form of back to back wins makes this one hard to predict, backing exactly three goals to be scored could allow you to hedge your bets. The visitors have seen exactly three goals scored in each of their last four wins, making odd of 16/5 on a repeat a steal.
Hoffenheim v Cologne (4.30pm)
Home win: 31/50 Draw: 14/5 Away win: 17/4
Key stat: Four of the last five games between the teams have featured exactly two goals.
Betting tip: Hoffenheim may be in better form, but two remains the magic number for the hosts, who have drawn two of their last four Bundesliga games 1-1 and scored exactly two goals in their other two league fixtures. Backing exactly two goals is available at 27/10.
Interestingly, Mato Jajalo has opened the scoring in the last two games between the clubs and while not a prolific goalscorer for Cologne is available at 4/1 to score at anytime here.
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