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Hannover v Bayern Munich Betting Tips
Bayern have made easy pickings of this fixture in recent years as they’ve won each of the 11 meetings in all competitions since 2012/13. A staggering 10 of those victories were by two or more goals as they accumulated an aggregate scoreline of 38-5 across them. Having recently found some form, we wouldn’t write them off recording another big victory. Indeed, since their 5-1 Champions League victory over Benfica, they’ve won both their two recent outings against Werder Bremen and Nurnberg domestically, as well as securing first place in their group, and they’re starting to look like the side that has won each of the past six Bundesliga titles.
Hannover are a woeful W2-D2-L8 across their last 12 outings, with all eight of those points coming against weaker teams ranked 9th or below in the table. Indeed, against top-eight sides they’ve lost each of their last five outings, losing by two or more goals in each of the last four, so we’re pretty confident Niko Kovac’s men can get the job done.
Stuttgart v Hertha Berlin Betting Tips
Hertha went on a torrid run in November of three games without a win, losing when hosting a poor-travelling Leipzig side as well as a visit to rock-bottom Dusseldorf. One the road, they’ve recorded just one victory from their last six outings and while they’ve won both their last two games at all venues, they had key Liverpool loanee Marko Grujic for those.
The Serbian midfielder scored the only goal in their win against Frankfurt as they’ve gone W5-D2-L0 from their seven matches he’s featured this term, compared to a mere W1-D3-L3 without him. Following that victory over the Eagles, Pal Dardai hailed the Serbian “the best midfielder the club have had in over 20 years”. However, he’s ruptured ankle ligaments in training and will be sorely missed.
Stuttgart may be on a fairly poor run themselves with just three wins from their last nine outings, but five of those came against tough top-eight sides. Indeed, excluding the teams above Hertha in the table, they’ve won 10 of 15 unbeaten outings at the Mercedes-Benz Arena since the start of last season, including two of three this term, while keeping a clean sheet in 11 too. The hosts may have injury niggles of their own with Benjamin Pavard out, but Santiago Ascacibar returns which will hopefully counteract the French internationals’ absence. Having won both the last two meetings between the two sides here since 2015/16, they look the side to be with.
Dortmund v Werder Bremmen Betting Tips
Dortmund topped their Champions League group after an impressive victory over Monaco on Tuesday night. That 2-0 win was without stars Marco Reus, Jadon Sancho and Axel Witsel – who have all been rested for this tie – and so we hate to imagine how deadly they could be against Bremen with them. Indeed, they remain unbeaten from their 14 league matches this term as they have maximised their points across their last five, including victories over the likes of Wolfsburg, Bayern and Schalke in the Ruhr derby last time out.
Werder Bremen may have won their last match hosting rock-bottom Dusseldorf, but that is nothing to write home about and given they lost four of their previous five winless matches, being thumped 6-2 and 3-1 by Leverkusen and M’gladbach respectively. Their record against both Dortmund and Bayern reads a dismal W2-D1-L25 from their 28 attempts since 2011/12, including 13 defeats from their last 14 on the road and so we’re firmly with the Black and Yellows.
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