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Bundesliga 2021-22: 3 Betting tips for this weekend (Matchday 33)

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Ace Football presents exclusive betting tips for the Bundesliga games of the weekend.

As we prepare for another weekend of Bundesliga football, our experts take a look at the bookmakers’ predictions for the upcoming matches.

Let’s check out three betting tips for Matchday 33 of the Bundesliga.

Don’t expect goals when Hertha host Mainz

Hertha drew 1-1 against Arminia last week as they slipped to 15th place on the league table. The Berliners have remained unbeaten in their previous three games. But can they keep on their impressive defensive form this weekend?

To do so, they must try their best to avoid conceding goals against Mainz, who come into the game on the back of a surprise 3-1 win over Bayern Munich. 

We don’t expect Mainz to find easy goalscoring chances against Hertha. On the other hand, the hosts’ recent attacking stats convince us that they will also struggle for goals on Saturday.

Back Freiburg to beat Union Berlin

An excellent run of results has revived Freiburg’s hopes of securing a Champions League spot for the next season.

Christian Streich’s side won three of their four games, leapfrogging Leipzig from the fourth spot on the table. This weekend, they must face Union, who are also enjoying great form.

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Union have not lost any of their last six league games, but we expect their brilliant run to end this weekend. Defensive integrity has been key to Union’s success. However, we back Freiburg’s firepower to overwhelm their opponents’ backline in the upcoming game.

Goals likely on both sides when Koln take on Wolfsburg

Koln have won all of their last four games, scoring 13 goals in the process. The Goats are enjoying incredible attacking form as they prepare to face Wolfsburg in their next Bundesliga game.

The Wolves have struggled for defensive consistency in their recent games. However, their goalscoring delivery has remained pretty much consistent.

Florian Kohfeldt’s side have found the back of the net in their last three games, and we expect them to do the same against Koln. However, the Goats’ brilliant attacking stats convince us that they will also find enough goalscoring chances.