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Bundesliga Predictions: 3 Betting tips for this weekend (Matchday 20)

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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 20 of the Bundesliga season.

Expect goals on both sides when Leverkusen meet Hoffenheim

Xavi Alonso has come under pressure for Leverkusen’s displays in their last two games. But we believe his side will return to scoring ways against Hoffenheim.

The hosts’ backline has struggled for form all season, registering the league’s third-worst defensive stats. 

However, their surprising attacking consistency in recent weeks suggests they will also have a good chance of finding the back of the net on Saturday.

Having scored nine goals in their last four league games, Hoffenheim might even push to outscore Alonso’s side in the upcoming match.

Back Freiburg to beat Stuttgart

Freiburg’s heavy defeat against Borussia Dortmund saw them slip to the fifth spot on the table last Saturday.

Next up, Christian Streich’s side will face Stuttgart, who haven’t won a league game since November 8. 

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Given Freiburg’s wonderful attacking consistency in away games, we expect them to find enough goalscoring chances against Stuttgart’s out-of-form backline.

On the other hand, the hosts’ goal numbers in recent weeks don’t suggest they will be able to stop Freiburg from outscoring them on Saturday.

Goals likely when Mainz host Augsburg

Mainz came close to snatching a point from their last week’s clash against Union Berlin. But their opponents claimed the victory with a late goal.

Having scored in all of their post-World Cup games, Mainz will have a good chance of finding the back of the net against Augsburg.

On the other hand, the Bavarian side’s poor defensive form in recent weeks suggests Mainz might be able to score more than once.

Augsburg, themselves, have also shown they usually take an attacking approach to their away games. Their last three away fixtures have all had more than four goals, and we expect this occasion can’t be too different.