German Bundesliga Predictions
German Bundesliga Predictions and 100% Free Bet Tips with detailed Match Previews and In-depth Analysis, for every-matchday of 2020/21 season.
Friday, 25 September 2020
- Hertha Berlin vs Eintracht Frankfurt (19:30)
Saturday, 26 September 2020
- Monchengladbach vs Union Berlin (14:30)
- Bayer Leverkusen vs RB Leipzig (14:30)
- Mainz 05 vs Stuttgart (14:30)
- Augsburg vs Borussia Dortmund (14:30)
- Arminia Bielefeld vs Köln (14:30)
- Schalke 04 vs Werder Bremen (17:30)
Sunday, 27 September 2020
- Hoffenheim vs Bayern Munich (14:30)
- Freiburg vs Wolfsburg (17:30)
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“Football is a simple game; 22 men chase a ball for 90 minutes and at the end, the Germans win.” An iconic statement which Gary Lineker made almost two decades ago, and yet, one can argue that it still holds its place in the contemporary age.
The story of the German Bundesliga and its pivotal role in molding exceptional talents for the Diemannschaft is almost as old as the history of the sport itself. Be it the likes of the prolific Gerd Muller, or Germany’s top scorer Miroslav Klose himself, it goes without saying that the top flight of German football has always demanded nothing but the best from those plying their trade here.
So what is in store for the best? Apart from the Bundesliga title itself, four spots to the group stages of the coveted UEFA Champions League, and two to the Europa League are also up for grabs for the eighteen teams. So what about those you cannot handle that pressure? The bottom two sides are packed and booted to the second division, while the team that finishes sixteenth will have to fight for their survival against the champions of the second division. All of this and just under ten months to prove their mettle. Need we say more?
What to expect from the Germany’s top football division this season?
If it is the total package that you are looking for, then the road to Germany is the one for you. Intimidating atmospheres, booming chants, passionate players and a lot more have paved the way to creating what is nothing short of cracking footballing experience.
Presently, the Bundesliga holds the record for the highest average stadium attendance worldwide, and for good reason. With a total of 306 matches played every season, the action begins every Friday up till Sunday, giving the fans a jam packed weekend.
It is also worth mentioning that the Bundesliga is home to some of the most prominent names across Europe too. Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund are no strangers to the global stage. Who can forget the year of 2013 which oversaw these very two teams, take down Spain’s elite to book an all-German Champions League final, with Bayern emerging as the eventual winners.
The domestic campaign has not failed to disappoint either. Filled with never ending drama, unbelievably quick link-up plays, and some of the best goals you could only dream of, the Bundesliga has always been the place to be for the footballing faithful.
As of now, all the teams in the top five are separated from each other by no more than slender margins. Suprisingly, the reigning champions Bayern Munich have taken a back seat, desperately in the chase to regain their pride. Goal scoring machines Robert Lewandowski and Timo Werner are in a race themselves to top the goal scoring charts.
As such, if you punters don’t mind a slice of the thrills along with your share of the spoils, look no further than the Bundesliga to get things going.
Choose the best bets of German Bundesliga fixtures
The UEFA’s league coefficient ranking had the Bundesliga on fourth, last year. A top flight league as this one, demands undivided attention, and that is exactly what we give here at Leaguelane.
The German top-flight has often proved that the sheer stature of the team involved alone, does not guarantee a positive result. If you are in doubt, check the current Bundesliga table. This is why we run down quite a number of parameters, covering their home/away form, goals scored/conceded, the gaffer’s tactics and a lot more before we narrow down to the best bet tip available.
Being on top of the game does not mean being aware of what is happening just on the pitch. We are also up to date on player suspensions, injuries, club announcements, and we make sure to incorporate all of those details in any of predictions.
So, leave the stat-attack, watching and analyzing of highlights, zeroing in on the form of specific players, and all the messy work to us, before every gameweek.
And at Leaguelane we prioritize quality over quantity every day. Which is why we provide no more than two to three of the best plausible tips for you to have a happy weekend.
We begin with a short and crisp introduction, usually in a sentence or two, to give a brief idea of the two teams. Knowing their history has always been a prerequisite in predicting the outcome of the match, which is why we lay down at least five key stats from their previous meetings as well.
We then include all of our insights in the prediction section which meticulously walks you through what and what not to expect from the matchup. All of our tips and predictions are backed by hard and sound facts, leaving little or no reason for you to sweat.
When does LeagueLane post German Bundesliga Match Previews?
Who likes to be kept waiting? We know we don’t. That is why we strive to ensure that all of our previews reach you at least forty eight hours before the ball starts rolling.