Only one game, in the last 73 played in the German Bundesliga, has ended in a goalless draw. With RB Leipzig top of the table and likes of Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich chasing the young side, the league has been all shades of excitement this season.
With the second half of the season set to resume this weekend, bettors can’t wait to cash in on the goals being scored in Germany. And as much as you want to add the first set of Bundesliga games to your bet slips this weekend, think again.
By the time the league resumes this weekend, the 26-day winter-break would have been over. And after the weekend’s action, the race to the next Bundesliga title would have been well underway.
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However, one key thing to note before you choose any game from this league is this: the players are just coming back from a break. What most of them have been heavily involved in during the break are club friendlies with other clubs that are also on break or looking to resume their football season.
The first weekend of competitive football in the league could see surprising match results due to teams being on a break for quite some time now.
That being said, the German Bundesliga is the last of the top five European leagues to resume this year. And for those who may want to weather the storm this weekend regardless, here are some trends to take advantage of this weekend:
Both Teams to Score
If you’re looking for games in which to back the goals this weekend, one you should look out for is the one between Hoffenheim and Eintracht Frankfurt. In their combined last 10 games, both teams have suffered defeat seven times.
How will this game end?
Will both teams score again?
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Looking past their dismal performances of late, both sides have scored and conceded a lot of goals in their recent games. Both teams have scored in four of the last five games that both sides have played, in all competitions.
RB Leipzig, Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich to Score At Least Two Goals
These are the highest scoring trio in the league this season. While Leipzig have scored 48 goals, Dortmund have scored 41 while the Bavarians have scored 46. However, it’s their recent form that reveals how good they’ve been.
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All three sides, scored an average of two goals per game in their last five league games. For the table-toppers, RB Leipzig, they scored 15 in their last five – an average of three per game.
Timo Werner and Robert Lewandowski
These are the two highest scorers in the league so far this season. They’re the only players who have scored an average of at least a goal per game this season. And with their teams looking to either maintain top spot or regain top spot in the league, you can expect both players to find the back of the net.