Ace Football presents detailed betting tips on 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 30 of the Bundesliga.
Expect goals on both sides when Dortmund meet Wolfsburg
Following a disappointing 4-1 defeat against Leipzig, Dortmund bounced back with a 2-0 win over Stuttgart last week. The Black and Yellows’ backline were still quite shaky, but a brilliant display from their forwards was enough to seal the win at the Mercedes-Benz Arena.
This weekend, Marco Rose’s side will face Wolfsburg, who clinched their first win in four games against Arminia Bielefeld last week. The Wolves crushed the 16th-placed side with a 4-0 win, showcasing their still-impressive firepower.
We expect Wolfsburg to find enough goalscoring chances against Dortmund on Saturday. However, considering their recent defensive stats, the hosts also have a good chance of finding the back of the net.
Back Gladbach to beat Koln on home soil
Gladbach’s wild campaign has left them stranded in 11th place on the table. However, Die Fohlen have been highly successful in their efforts to salvage their campaign lately.
Adi Hutter’s side have won three of their last four games, showing significant signs of defensive improvement. They will now prepare to face Koln, who come into the game on the back of a hard-fought win over Mainz.
We expect Gladbach to edge out their opponents on home soil, continuing their recent run of impressive results. The Billy Goats’ defensive problems in recent weeks convince us that they will give out enough goalscoring opportunities against Hutter’s side.
Don’t expect goals when Union Berlin host Eintracht Frankfurt
Eintracht Frankfurt eliminated Barcelona from the Europa League with a shocking victory at Camp Nou on Thursday. The Eagles now return to Bundesliga, where they must push to end a three-game winless run.
The Europa League semi-finalists will travel to Berlin to face Union, who beat Hertha Berlin 4-1 last week. Despite Union’s heavy win over the Berliners, they still have one of the worst attacking stats in the Bundesliga.
Their opponents, Eintracht, have had a similar history this season. They have scored two goals in their last four league games, winning none of them.
We expect Union to take extra defensive measures against Eintracht after the Eagles’ Europa League qualification. Both sides will most likely try to avoid conceding the opening goal at all costs, with their defensive stats convincing us that we will not see many goals in the upcoming battle.