Bundesliga is back with Borussia Dortmund v Hamburg, Bayern Munich v Schalke, Monchengladbach v Leverkusen odds available live streaming as Bet365 release their television schedules.
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There are seven matches coming from the Bundesliga on Saturday and as ever in this highly-rated league, we are sure to see some top-quality encounters.
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Borussia Dortmund are on home soil this weekend as they entertain Hamburger. Dortmund have won their last four and moved into second place, but they are still a massive twelve points behind Bayern Munich.
They have to just keep on winning matches though and hope that Bayern slip-up. With 14 goals in their last four matches, you would say that goals are all but guaranteed when you watch the champions play. They are at 3/11 to win here.
Bayer Leverkusen are the team sitting in third at the moment and they make the tough trip to Borussia Monchengladbach on Saturday afternoon.
Both these two lost last weekend, so need to bounce back straight away. Leverkusen are looking to finish in the top four this campaign, whereas Monchengladbach are chasing a Europa League spot, which means they are each desperate for the points.
Leverkusen look to be good value as well at 13/10.
Then, Stuttgart will be looking to avoid their fifth straight defeat when they host Werder Bremen, who won for the first time in five last time out.
They both sit comfortably in mid-table at the moment, but won’t be happy with their recent form.
Hoffenheim won their first encounter since the start of November on Saturday and they now need another three points to try and claw their way towards safety.
They head to Hannover and although the home team sit in the top half at the moment, Hoffenheim should be confident of a result as they have lost three of their last four Bundesliga matches. Hoffenheim are a 13/5 shot here.
Bottom of the table Greuther Furth also took all three points in their previous game, but they are still eleven from safety.
It is going to take a remarkable run of form to get out of trouble, but they can close that gap to nine points with a win over Wolfsburg.
Eintracht Frankfurt had looked as though they were going to fall off the pace after a couple of bad results, but two straight wins mean they are still sitting comfortably in fourth place.
Frankfurt are at home to Nurnberg this weekend, who have lost just one of their last five, so it should be a decent battle between these two.
Finally, Bayern Munich can make sure they stay at least twelve points clear at the top of the Bundesliga table when they take on Schalke at the Allianz Arena.
This looks to be the pick of the fixtures this weekend, but Bayern are the big favourites at 2/7 to come out on top.
Schalke have won just once in their last nine, which simply isn’t good enough for a team of their quality and they might be dreading this one.
If both teams are at their best though, this should be an enthralling 90 minutes and a fitting way to round of a bumper day of Bundesliga action.