One of the very last weekends of the year will feature a number of games across Europe. It has been non-stop football action since the month began and it will continue till we usher in the new year.
While the Premier League will virtually be on throughout this period, leagues like the German Bundesliga and the French Ligue will go on a ‘winter break’ which lasts for a couple of days.
In these two leagues, the next few weekends will feature teams vying to finish the first half of the season at the top of the table and end up as ‘Winter Champions.’ With all this action coming up, these two league games will be action-packed and of course, ripe to cash out from.
It’s been a surprising season so far in Germany. The reigning champions, Bayern Munich, are seven spots away from the top of the table, despite being the third-highest scoring side in the league.
Having finished as winter champions of the league a number of times this decade, they will be looking to climb up the table and depose the team at the peak of the table, Borussia Moenchengladbach.
The Bavarians will find this climb difficult, with RB Leipzig and Borussia Dortmund (two teams in the top four) currently scoring an average of two goals per game.
Seven of Mainz’s last seven games have ended with at least three goals.
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Both teams at the bottom of the table (Padeborn and Koln) are there because of the number of goals they’ve conceded. Having let in a combined 64 goals this season, you can expect them to concede more this weekend when they play their Round 15 games.
French Ligue 1
Having conceded just nine goals in 16 league games this season, PSG boasts the joint-best defense of the league – alongside Reims. And while the latter languishes in 9th place, the Paris outfit, with their 35 goals so far, are enjoying time at the summit of the table.
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While PSG look set to win the league, Marseille look set to qualify for Champions League football. Having won all of their last five games, they’re now ranked second and will look to cement their spot.
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Amiens, Nimes and Toulouse have the worst defense in the league, conceding an average of three goals in each of their last five games.
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