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Hertha have restarted their campaign in robust form with two wins and a draw. Augsburg have won one, drawn one and lost one since the restart.
Hertha’s home scoring record of just 1.29 per match doesn’t exactly instil confidence, they’re conceding 2.0 goals per match but with Augsburg’s record of conceding 2.21 per match, you’d imagine that the Berliners will get at least one here. Augsburg themselves are scoring just 1.07 goals on the road on average this season.
Hertha have never lost to Augsburg at home, it’s a short record of just eight matches but it’s a record they’ll be eager to extend and coupled with Augsburg’s bad away record of just one win in their last six on the road they should have the upper hand here.
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Schalke have been nothing short of terrible since the restart, three losses on the trot, only one goal scored and nine conceded. Werder have taken four points from nine and should they get three points here they could still be in with a shout of staying up. The onus will be on them to take the game to Schalke here while the home side can soak up the pressure and counter.
Schalke’s home record is pretty bad though, just one win in their last five with two losses and two draws. Werder have won two, drawn one and lost two over their last five on the road in the league. BTTS has landed in 4/5 previous meetings between the pair at the Veltins Arena and at 13/20 here it’s decent odds to add into our Acca.
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Wolfsburg have been impressive since the restart with two wins from three, six goals scored and four conceded. Against Bayer Leverkusen midweek they pulled off a massive surprise victory romping to a 1-4 win. They’ll be looking to build on that fine performance against a side that are winless in their last six league matches.
Frankfurt’s record at Wolfsburg isn’t great, winning just one of the last five there but they’ve scored in 4/5. Over 2.5 goals has landed in 3/5 of those previous meetings and in 4/5 previous away Frankfurt matches and with both teams in good goal scoring form since the restart we’re looking at BTTS & Over 2.5 goals at 10/11.
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Bayern are massive favourites to win here at 1/20. Dusseldorf have only ever beaten Bayern on three occasions as the away team, the last time was in 1991. Bayern are rampant at home, scoring 3.07 goals on average, conceding just 0.93 while Dusseldorf are scoring 1.14 and conceding 2.07.
We could well see Bayern in celebratory form here, they all but wrapped up the title midweek with a win over Dortmund thanks to a wonderful Joshua Kimmich goal and they’re going to want to continue their fine home form which has seen them win all but two of their home league matches this season.
We think we’re going to see a bit of a goalfest here. 61% of Bayern’s league matches have had Over 3.5 goals and we can’t discount Dusseldorf, they’re desperate to get out of the relegation zone and are well worthy of a goal so we’re going with Bayern to Win & Over 3.5 goals at 8/13.
- Hertha to Win @ 5/6
- Schalke vs Bremen: BTTS – Yes @ 13/20
- Wolfsburg vs Frankfurt: BTTS & Over 2.5 Goals @ 10/11
- Bayern to Win & Over 3.5 Goals @ 8/13
*All odds correct at time of publication