We are scooting back over to Germany for a whopping 60/1 longshot acca on Saturday
With the Bundesliga in full flow, we have you covered across the weekend’s action.
So, without further ado, let’s tackle four of the best clashes on Saturday which pays out at 60/1 with William Hill.
- Hoffenheim to beat Bayer Leverkusen
- Freiburg to beat Stuttgart
- Borussia Dortmund to beat Werder Bremen
- Schalke to beat Wolfsburg
Hoffenheim to beat Bayer Leverkusen
By all accounts, Bayer Leverkusen have looked rather sluggish. They are winless from their first two games, propping things up at the foot of the table.
On their last outing against Augsburg, Leverkusen slumped to a 2-1 defeat and coach Gerardo Seoane could well ring in the changes.
Hoffenheim, however, have turned things around. After an opening-day defeat to Borussia Monchengladbach, they claimed a 3-2 win against Bochum. Ozan Kabak, who was making just his second appearance since signing from Schalke, caught the eye as he hit the target.
The injury list is mounting for Leverkusen and it is hard to see them getting anything at home to Hoffenheim.
Freiburg to beat Stuttgart
Stuttgart fans will be hoping to see the Sasa Kalajdzic and Borna Sosa double act reunited after the combination reaped dividends last term.
Sosa sat out the 1-1 draw against RB Leipzig on Matchday 1, but he returned as a substitute against Werder Bremen, and he is in contention to start the south-west derby. Head coach Pellegrino Matarazzo could tinker with his side to accommodate Kalajdzic and Sosa in attack.
Perhaps what will be more concerning, is that Stuttgart have conceded at least once in each of their last 22 Bundesliga games at home.
Whereas Freiburg — who scored the most headed goals last season (16) — have won four of their past six meetings with Stuttgart, and they could well come out on top this weekend.
Borussia Dortmund to beat Werder Bremen
After coming through two challenging encounters with Leverkusen and Freiburg, Borussia Dortmund are firmly on Bayern Munich’s coattails, with only goal difference separating the two.
Although Bremen are unbeaten this term, and have been formidable on the road, losing just one of their past 11 away games, Dortmund are a different beast.
Marco Reus will also relish facing Bremen as he has netted 14 times and supplied eight assists in 19 Bundesliga appearances against them.
The signs seem to point towards a Dortmund win, and they should prevail comfortably.
Schalke to beat Wolfsburg
Things haven’t gone according to plan under Niko Kovac as Wolfsburg are still searching for their first win of the campaign.
For Schalke, it has been a relatively steep learning curve after being promoted from Bundesliga 2 last term. Although they will still be bereft of Dominick Drexler through suspension, his replacement Marius Bulter repaid his manager’s faith in him last weekend by netting an injury-time equaliser from the penalty spot against Borussia Monchengladbach.
Although all five of the goals shipped by Schalke this season have come in the second half of games, they should take care of Wolfsburg and wrap up three points.