There’s another bumper-packed weekend of German football to look forward, and we’ve got you sorted with a 12/1 Bundesliga acca.
This weekend, we have gone with the Bundesliga champions to return to winning ways, while there could be a surprise defeat for one of the Champions League hopefuls.
Our Bundesliga Acca is paying out at 12/1 with bet365.
- Bayern Munich to beat Hoffenheim and Total Goals Over 2.5
- Cologne to beat Bayer Leverkusen
- SC Freiburg to beat Wolfsburg
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12/1 Bundesliga Acca:
Bayern Munich to beat Hoffenheim and Total Goals Over 2.5
Bayern Munich will have been disappointed to have been held at home to Bayer Leverkusen last weekend, and by all accounts, Thomas Muller’s own goal was rather inexplicable.
Nevertheless, Julian Nagelsmann’s charges aren’t usually ones to lick their wounds and feel too sorry for themselves. They have been terrific this campaign, and they are currently nine points clear at the top of the Bundesliga. Robert Lewandowski is just two strikes short of breaking the 30-goal mark, and he has an insatiable appetite for scoring.
Bayern will relish facing Hoffenheim on Saturday. The German giants thrashed Hoffenheim 4-0 when they visited the Allianz Arena back in October. Hoffenheim will need to be more switched on defensively if they are going to get something out of this game, but Bayern always respond when their backs are seemingly against the wall, and they should win this encounter. It also won’t be a surprise if three goals or more are scored during the 90 minutes.
Cologne to beat Bayer Leverkusen
Expect the unexpected with the Bundesliga. While Bayer Leverkusen may be riding high in third spot, and on course for a Champions League berth, they can’t afford to be complacent.
Leverkusen picked up a valuable point away to Bayern Munich, and they are showing signs of returning to the team of old when they were regular Champions League participants, and reached the final of that competition in 2002. They have only tasted one defeat in their past seven Bundesliga outings, and in Moussa Diaby, who has 12 goals to his name this season, they have a player who can cause problems.
However, Cologne, who are eighth in the table, have endured some mixed form of late. Nevertheless, they are still within a chance of finishing in the top six and qualifying for the Europa League, and they could spring a surprise this weekend.
SC Freiburg to beat Wolfsburg
SC Freiburg have been in a good run of form of late, and they have been one of the surprise packages this campaign, having finished mid-table last term. A seat at Europe’s top table isn’t beyond the realms of possibility, and they have been exciting to watch.
Wolfsburg, on the other hand, have declined rapidly. Although there is no immediate prospect of them going down, they will wonder why they haven’t been able to hit the heights this term. Anyway, Freiburg – who beat Wolfsburg 2-0 earlier in the campaign – should be too strong once again – and run out comfortable winners.