This weekend’s Bundesliga fixtures are a first goalscorer punter’s playground with bwin’s double/triple offer out in force to help you make the most of the gang of goal-hunters who have started the season on fire in Germany.
Back your idea of any German top tier game’s first goalscorer and if your bet kops and the scorer goes on to notch again in the match bwin will double the odds at which you’re paid out, or triple them if they net a hat-trick.
Here’s three goal-getters that look cherry-ripe for opening the scoring this weekend.
Nurnberg v Borussia Dortmund – Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to score first @ 11/4
Dortmund have won their first five league games in a row and four of those victories have seen them score at least twice, ideal for double/triple offer purposes.
New boy Aubameyang has snatched his joint league-leading five goal haul in bunches, with a hat-trick against Augsburg and two against Hamburg so there’s all the more chance he can multiply your money.
Nurnberg have been off colour in their opening home fixtures and are yet to win at Frankenstadion, offering hope that Dortmund can fill their boots.
Borussia Monchengladbach v Braunschweig – Juan Arango to score first @ 6/1
Only two sides in the league have scored more goals than the hosts, who welcome a Braunschweig team battered 4-0 away at Hamburg in their last away game.
The newly promoted visitors have scored just two goals in five games, giving Monchengladbach that much more chance of netting the first of the evening.
Just like last term there hasn’t been a standout scorer for Die Fohlen, but Venezuelan veteran Juan Arango has got as many as any in their ranks in 2013/14 and he’s been averaging one shot more per game than all but one of his teammates.
Mainz v Bayer Leverkusen – Nicolai Muller to score first @ 8/1
Rather like Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey Muller has virtually doubled his all-time goal tally for Mainz this term, scoring five in as many games including a brace against Stuttgart.
Bayer return from what was no doubt a taxing Champions League trip to Old Trafford in midweek and the extra rest enjoyed by the hosts entitles them to be quicker out of the blocks.