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Bundesliga 2022-23: 3 Betting tips for this weekend (Matchday 5)

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

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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 5 of the Bundesliga season.

Don’t expect goals when Leverkusen meet Freiburg

Freiburg have found a strong start to the new season, winning three of their first four games.

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This weekend, they must take on Bayer Leverkusen, who claimed their first victory of the season by beating Mainz last Saturday.

We expect Freiburg to take a conservative approach to the game. Based on their recent performances, we expect the guests to successfully limit Leverkusen’s goalscoring chances.

On the other hand, Freiburg’s attacking stats don’t suggest they would push for many goals even if they go ahead early on in the game.

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Goals likely on both sides when Gladbach face Mainz

Glabach held Bayern Munich to a 1-1 draw thanks to Yann Sommer’s heroics last weekend. 

On Sunday, they will host Mainz, who come into the game on the back of a 3-0 defeat against Leverkusen.

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We expect Gladbach to find the back of the net against Mainz’s out-of-form backline.

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However, the guests’ brilliant goal stats in away games convince us that they will also find enough chances to score.

Don’t expect goals when Augsburg take on Hertha

Hertha Berlin’s awful start to the new season has seen them slip to the 17th spot on the table.

The Berliners have lost three of their first four games in the competition, scoring only two goals.

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Hertha’s performance against Dortmund last week highlighted their attacking problems. 

We don’t expect the Berlin side to find many goalscoring chances against Augsburg this weekend.

However, their decent defensive displays against Gladbach and Dortmund suggest they can keep Augsburg at bay for most of the game on Sunday.

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