The Bundesliga action continues this weekend with a host of interesting fixtures. There will be interesting match ups at both ends of the table, but which sides will be able to get the three points? It could be a pivotal weekend for sides at either end of the league standings, but which German sides should be on gamblers accumulators for the coming weekend?
RB Leipzig To Beat Paderborn
RB Leipzig’s form at home has been a huge concern throughout the season. However, they will still be considered a banker for the upcoming round of fixtures given the state that their opponents are in. Relegation looks like a certainty for Paderborn this season, as they have only won four games all season.
Leipzig have been in solid form since the restart, and recently beat Cologne 4-2. They have won two of their four games. Only Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich have scored more goals, and there will be a lot of attention for Timo Werner. The striker has scored 25 goals in 29 games this season, and is already being linked with a big summer move to Liverpool.
Hoffenheim To Beat Fortuna Dusseldorf
Hoffenheim remain in with a solid chance of finishing in the Europa League places this season, but this will be seen as a must-win game for them. They come into this fixture against Dusseldorf in good form having won two of their last three games. They have only been beaten once since the restart, and have won their last two games.
Dusseldorf had been in good form of their own, but that came to a stunning end last time out when they were beaten for the first time since the season kicked off again. Hoffenheim will be hoping for the win as it will put them above Wolfsburg for a short period of time. Their last two wins have come against Cologne and Mainz. They have scored four goals in these two games and have conceded just one goal. Away sides have also had a lot of success over the past three weeks, which will make Hoffenheim a popular choice this weekend.
Under 2.5 Goals In Union Berlin/Schalke 04
Two sides that have been in terrible form since the return of the Bundesliga will meet on Sunday afternoon. Gamblers will be hard pressed to pick the side that will win the game, as neither side have won since the season restarted. That run of poor form means that both sides are now looking nervously over their shoulders with five games remaining. Schalke had restarted the season in an excellent position, but four defeats in a row means that they are nervously looking down rather than aiming for a European spot.
Union Berlin have also suffered since the restart and their lack of home support is hurting their chances. They are just four points above Fortuna Dusseldorf at present. These two sides have only scored five goals between them since the restart, with Union scoring four of these goals. It is incredibly unlikely that this game will see a host of goals, which means the under market may be the most lucrative avenue.