Bundesliga: review the news, line-ups and predictions of this week 16 that will have all the games at 1AM (India). Budesliga is a Pandora’s box and brings us a date with even, exciting matches and others where it is convenient to put a little confidence when betting.
Union Berlin – Freiburg
Union Berlin will face off against Freiburg at the An der alten Forsterei stadium in what will undoubtedly be the most exciting match of this date: both fight to be the surprise of this Bundesliga and are separated by two points at the top of the table. Those from the capital do not have casualties, but they did not have a good week after falling before the weak Greuther and being left out of the Conference League, although now they will have the possibility of putting the local championship as their sole objective. The visit seemed to be the Cinderella of the tournament, but four defeats in five games gave it a bath of reality. It is expected that his star in defense, Schlotterbeck, can be at 100% and the coach would make some modifications due to poor performance compared to the last game.
Union Berlin: Luthe; Friedrich, Knoche, Baumgartl; Trimmel, Kedhira, Promel, Giesselmann; Haraguchi; Awoniyi, Kruse.
Freiburg: Flekken; Kubler, Lienhart, Schlotterbeck, Gunter; Sallai, Eggestein, Hofler, Griffin; Holer; Demirovic.
Union is 96% undefeated of the games it plays at home, but Freiburg is 83% on the road. It will be a meeting for the heart attack, back and forth and with the possibility of betting that both will score.
Bayer 04 Leverkusen – 1899 Hoffenheim
This Bundesliga matchday brings us another duel from the top of the table: Leverkusen -3rd – will host Hoffenheim -4th – at Bay Arena to determine who will be bottom of Bayern and BVB. The locals took a scare during the last date in Frankfurt when they were defeated and conceded five goals, but they are endorsed by being the second highest scoring team in the tournament. They will not be able to count on Frimpong due to suspension. Hoffenheim will seek to continue with the winning streak – he has four in a row – and for that he will have to overcome a more than difficult opponent.
Bayer04 Leverkusen: Hradecky; Kossounou, Tah, Tapsoba, Hincapié; Palacios, Demirbay; Bellarabi, Wirtz, Diaby; Schick.
1899 Hoffenheim: Baumann; Vogt, Grillitsch, Richards; Akpoguma, Samassekou, Rudy, Raum; Bebou, Kramaric, Baumgartner.
The good moment of Hoffenheim could be a good reason to bet on them, but Leverkusen only had one blow on the last date and today he will give class by getting the victory: he wins 62% of these games. It would not be bad to think that both will score.
Borussia Dortmund – SpVgg Greuther Furth
BVB will try to return to victory against the weakest team in the championship. With a team plagued with injuries, he will host Greuther at Signal Iduna Park and have an absolute obligation to score all three points. The visit, the last of the Bundesliga, achieved victory on the last date, which meant doing it after a season and a half in local condition. Something really unprecedented.
Borussia Dortmund: Kobel; Meunier, Hummels, Zagadou, Schulz; Witsel, Bellingham; Brandt, Reus, Hazard; Haaland.
SpVgg Greuther Furth: Burchert; Meyerhofer, Griesbeck, Bauer, Willems; Seguin, Christiansen, Tillman; Leweling, Itten, Dudziak.
It is certain that Dortmund will win the game, the decision is to put how much you think they will get an advantage and if Haaland will score at least two or three goals. It would not be strange for him to finish with more than 5 goals over his rival: Greuther is the team with the most goals -46- and Leverkusen has scored 7.
Augsburg – RB Leipzig
Augsburg is in the promotion zone and will have to host Leipzig at the WWK Arena. They both won their last Bundesliga match, but have a very bad and irregular gait since the game. The visit will now be able to have its head set on the local championship and could give the blow away from home: it comes from beating Gladbach and Manchester City.
Augsburg: Gikiewicz; Framberger, Gumny, Oxford, Iago; Jensen, Moravek, Dorsch, Vargas; Hahn, Gregoritsch.
RB Leipzig: Gulacsi; Simakan, Orbán, Gvardiol; Henrichs, Laimer, Kampl, Angeliño; Forsberg; André Silva, Nkunku.