Its a fantastic weekend of action in Germany with Borussia Dortmund v Stuttgart, Hoffenheim v Schalke, Hamburg v Bayern Munich, Bayer Leverkusen v Dusseldorf & Nurnberg v Wolfsburg all available with Bet365 and their live stream service.
With plenty of attention on German football after the way their teams have been performing in the Champions League, there is excitement building ahead of yet another busy weekend in the Bundesliga.
There are nine games taking place across three days and the action begins on Friday evening as Frankfurt and Greuther Furth go head to head from 7.30pm. The hosts are flying at the moment as they sit in third above Borussia Dortmund, while Furth are rock bottom going into the weekend.
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It is therefore a home banker according to many, but you never quite know in German football these days and the same can be said for the Saturday fixtures. With six matches getting underway at 2.30pm, it is hard to say how some of them will go.
The highlight of Saturday’s schedule is arguably Nurnberg at home to Wolfsburg. This may not be the highest quality fixture, but with both teams struggling, there is a lot at stake. With both locked on eight points, this could be a cagey but fascinating affair.
You then have Hannover 96 at home to Augsburg, while the big four teams in Germany are also in action.
League leaders Bayern Munich travel to Hamburg as Jupp Heynckes and his side try and recover from their shock 1-2 defeat to Leverkusen in the Allianz Arena, while Schalke 04 face the tough task of travelling to Hoffenheim.
Reigning Champions Borussia Dortmund – who need the win after an inconsistent start has seen them sit nine points behind 1st position – are then at home to Stuttgart and the final game for Saturday sees Borussia Monchengladbach take on mid-table SC Freiburg.
By the time Saturday’s fixtures are done, it will be interesting to see how the top of the table is shaping up. Bayern will definitely still be top, but will the chasing pack – specifically Dortmund – make up any ground?
Moving on to Sunday, there are two Bundesliga fixtures. First of all, Bayer Leverkusen – who are unbeaten in their last six league games – host Fortuna Dusselldorf, while Werder Bremen and Mainz go head to head to round off an entertaining weekend in Germany’s top flight.