Dortmund v Freiburg
After being unbeaten in the first 10 games of the season (W6-D5), Freiburg have only won two games out of their last eight games (W2-D2-L4) which has seen them drop behind Hoffenheim to fourth in the table.
In Dortmund’s last game they were able to come back from being 2-0 down in the 24th minute of play, with two late goals from Jude Bellingham and Mahmoud Dahoud in the 87th and 89th minute of play they completed their comeback to win 3-2.
Borussia Dortmund have only managed to lose one game at home this season, which was against league leaders Bayern Munich (3-2), but they have won the other eight home games this season.
Out of the eight games they won, six of them have had BTTS in, the only two that didn’t were against the bottom of the table Greuther Furth and FC Koln who are three places behind Dortmund.
DORTMUND TO WIN AND BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE
Koln v Bayern Munich
Koln are currently sitting 6th in Bundesliga in what has been a very special few years for the football club in Cologne. They are having the best season they have had in a long time, sitting 13, 8 and 19 points up compared to previous seasons throughout the same number of games.
FC Bayern Munich are looking as strong as ever this season, with 14 wins out of their first 18 games in the league means they are currently six points up in the league on their rivals Borussia Dortmund.
These two last met on the second game of the season where Bayern managed to pull off a 3-2 victory with a goal from Serge Gnabry in the 72nd minute to secure his brace and the win. In the nine games that Bayern have played against top 10 opponents, eight of these games have resulted in BTTS and +2.5 goals, the only game which didn’t was a 4-0 win over Hoffenheim.
BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE AND OVER 2.5 GOALS
Gladbach v Leverkusen
Borussia Mönchengladbach pulled off a famous 2-1 win away at the Allianz Arena, home to league leaders Bayern Munich. The win came much as a surprise to Gladbach due to them being on a terrible run of form entering the game having lost four out of their previous five and drawing the other.
Bayer Leverkusen managed to pull off a draw after Jonathan Tah’s late goal meant the game was bought back to level pegging at 2-2. This makes Leverkusen winless in the last four despite scoring two goals in three of four.
Leverkusen have shown a lot of strength on the road this season, they have gained 15 points from 9 games away this season and 14 points at home from the same number of games. The fact that they have more points away than at home shows their prowess when playing away from home.
The last time these two played, Leverkusen won 4-0 at home which was the fourth victory in a row against Gladbach.
LEVERKUSEN TO WIN