Wolfsburg weren’t that great last weekend and needed a late winner to beat Augsburg. Wolfsburg boss, Oliver Glasner, came from LASK Linz. He’s a good manager that plays 4-3-3, but this formation can leave them very open. They’ve had some heavy defeats already this season already, losing 3-0 to Dortmund and they were also hammered 6-1 by Leipzig.
So that feeds into my selection here – Dortmund -1 at a price of 15/8.
Dortmund have beaten -1 on the handicap in 8 of their last 10 games and started brilliantly against Schalke last weekend in difficult circumstances. So, Dortmund -1 on the spread looks good to me.
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In terms of the First/Anytime goalscorer markets, it’s difficult to ignore Erling Haaland.
He’s incredible. His 10th goal last weekend was his 10th strike in 541 minutes. 8 of those 10 goals have come in the second half though, so he may the one to go with in the Anytime Goal-scorer market.
That price will be very short so outside of Haaland, Wolfsburg striker Wout Weghorst looks a value bet. He’s their main striker and is 5/1 to score the first goal. He has hit the first goal for Wolfsburg with 7 of his last 8 for them. So, for me that is well worth a few quid.
As a bonus, if it’s Dortmund who manage to score first and then go on to win the game, you’ll get your Money back as cash thanks to our promotion on this game – We are going Money back as cash on all markets if Dortmund win this one!