Its Bayern Munich v Werder Bremen, Monchengladbach v Borussia Dortmund, Schalke v Dusseldorf from Bundesliga, with Bet365 live odds and live streaming service available.
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The Bundesliga looks as though it is all set to host a bumper couple of days of action on Saturday and Sunday with eight big matches taking place as Josef Heynckes’s Bayern headline the Saturday coupon.
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Five games get underway at 2.30PM and Bayern Munich will be looking to continue their fine form when they host Werder Bremen at the Allianz Arena.
Bayern have now won their last five in the league and sit 15 points clear of Borussia Dortmund. They also come into this one on the back of a stunning 3-1 win at Arsenal in the Champions League, so it is safe to say confidence is high in their camp. They are the red-hot 2/9 favourites here.
Werder Bremen sit comfortably in mid-table and will not be expecting anything from this one. They should however, look to attack Bayern and see if there are any tired legs from the game on Tuesday evening.
Augsburg and Hoffenheim lock horns in what looks to be battle for which team can claim the relegation play-off place. They sit in 16th and 17th respectively and Hoffenheim are ten points adrift from safety, so it is going to be a struggle for them to get out of trouble.
The best chance these two have of survival is through the play-offs, which makes this a massive game at the bottom of the table.
Hamburger currently occupy the final Europa League spot in the Bundesliga and make the journey to Hannover this weekend, who sit in eighth.
The away team have won three of their last four and are only three points adrift of a Champions League spot, so they will be confident of a result here and are decent value at 23/12. Hannover know a win is what they need to keep European hopes alive, which makes this a cracking looking fixture.
Mainz and Wolfsburg also go head-to-head and with the former just two points away from a Europa League spot, they know how important a win is here.
Wolfsburg are just one place above the bottom three, but ten points clear of the team below them, so don’t look like being in trouble this campaign. However, they cannot afford to be at all complacent.
Stuttgart v Nurnberg is the final game on Saturday afternoon and all these two look like playing for at the moment is a top half finish.
On Saturday evening, Schalke host Fortuna Dusseldorf. Schalke haven’t won any of their last four league matches and are if they want Champions League football next season, need to go on a very good run, starting this weekend.
Dusseldorf have won two of their last three in the league and could overhaul their opponents here, so there is plenty to play for.
Moving onto Sunday, the early kick-off sees Borussia Dortmund on their travels to Borussia Monchengladbach.
All Dortmund seem to be fighting for is second place at the moment and if they can claim a victory here, they would pile the pressure on Bayer Leverkusen. They are at 4/6 to win.
Monchengladbach would be happy if they landed a spot in the Europa League, but they have to turn their form around as they have won just once in six league encounters.
Finally, two sides with very different ambitions for the campaign meet as Greuther Furth entertain Bayer Leverkusen.
Greuther Furth are now 14 points away from safety and four away from the relegation play-off spot, so they are desperate for a win here, whereas Leverkusen are in third and looking on course for Champions League football.
It should be a thrilling couple of days in this league that is full of quality.