After two months out, The Bundesliga is set to return later this month, and Paddy Power have odds available on four different markets!
It has been two months since the Bundesliga took a break but now it is back. The first game has been scheduled for May 15th.
There are nine game weeks of the season left and it is still all to play for. There are realistically four teams battling it out for the top spot, making it one of the most competitive titles in a while.
Paddy Power has now opened up four markets of the Bundesliga. These include Winner, Top Goalscorer, Top Four and Betting Without Bayern Munich. These are all also outright markets.
Bayern are the obvious favourites for this, priced at 1/5. They are four points clear of Dortmund at the top of the league on 55 points. Bayern have won the Bundesliga for the last seven seasons, so will have the experience and confidence heading into the part. They also have the best squad, which will help them with injuries and the Champions League.
Dortmund is 5/1 and they still need to play Bayern. If they can beat the league leaders then this will throw the title race wide open. They haven’t been beaten at home all season, and this sort of form will help them massively towards the end of the year.
Leipzig is one point behind Dortmund and five behind Bayern. They are currently priced at 8/1. They have already played Bayern twice, so will need someone to get a result against them. Leipzig still has to play Dortmund though, which give them a chance to go second.
Bayer Leverkusen and Monchengladbach are still both in with a shout, but they are priced at 150/1 each!
Once again it is Bayern Munich at the top of this one. Robert Lewandowski is priced at 1/5 with 25 goals. The Polish striker has won the award four times already, two of which came in the last two seasons. In a team like Bayerns, you would expect him to get to over 30 goals this season as they average 2.92 goals per game.
Behind him is the German striker Timo Werner. He is on 21 goals for the season so far and is priced at 4/1. Werner has had a brilliant season and many clubs are after him. Rumours are circulating that he is on his way to Liverpool. His side are a free-scoring one too, averaging 2.6 goals per game.
The Norwegian wonder-kid Haaland is at 80/1. Since joining Dortmund he hasn’t stopped scoring and has nine goals already. This may seem a long way off Lewandowski, but he averages a goal every 57 minutes. If he could keep this up, then who knows!
You can also bet on who is going to finish in the top four. Bayern isn’t available in this as they are most probably going to get there. However, you can back some outsiders to get in such as Bayer Leverkusen (13/10) and Schalke (66/1).
There is also a ‘Betting Without Bayern Munich’ market. This is an interesting one as it makes the race for second very interesting. Dortmund are the favourites for this at 8/11 with Leipzig at 11/10.