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Bundesliga Predictions, Live Stream and Odds 2020-21

Evidently, Bayern Munich are at the summit of club football after they were crowned as Bundesliga champions for an incredible 8th season in a row in June. And the Bavarian giants didn’t just stop there as they went on to claim the DFB-Pokal title and the Champions League trophy of the 2019-20 season. As for the Bundesliga, Bayern Munich are everywhere and they are once again defending their title this season amidst some big names of the competition.

Since it is Germany’s top-tier domestic football league, it is arguably the strongest and flourishing one in Europe right now. After producing two of the four most recent Champions League semi-finalists and eventually the winner of the last season, the Germans have earned it all. With growing club – RB Leipzig, surprising the world to enter the semi finals and later falling short to PSG.

It will be a great season of spectacular football in Germany as the clubs have risen to their standards by the end of last season. With Bayern leading from the front, this year could bring in many fresh talents and even the Champions might meet their perfect counterparts of the 2020-21 season.

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2020-21 Bundesliga

Evidently, Bayern Munich are at the summit of club football after they were crowned as Bundesliga champions for an incredible 8th season in a row in June. And the Bavarian giants didn’t just stop there as they went on to claim the DFB-Pokal title and the Champions League trophy of the 2019-20 season. As for the Bundesliga, Bayern Munich are everywhere and they are once again defending their title this season amidst some big names of the competition.

Since it is Germany’s top-tier domestic football league, it is arguably the strongest and flourishing one in Europe right now. After producing two of the four most recent Champions League semi-finalists and eventually the winner of the last season, the Germans have earned it all. With growing club – RB Leipzig, surprising the world to enter the semi finals and later falling short to PSG.

It will be a great season of spectacular football in Germany as the clubs have risen to their standards by the end of last season. With Bayern leading from the front, this year could bring in many fresh talents and even the Champions might meet their perfect counterparts of the 2020-21 season.

How to Watch Bundesliga?

Anyone wanting to watch the Bundesliga 2020-21 season in Great Britain or Ireland are well-served by BT Sport, who have exclusive rights to stream Bundesliga matches in the UK.

ESPN has the rights to the Bundesliga 2020-21 in the US, and the lion’s share of games will be aired on its ESPN+ streaming service, though some will also be on the traditional TV channels ESPN, ESPN2 and Spanish-language ESPN Deportes.

For Canadian viewers, subscription TV channel Sportsnet has the rights to show German top-tier football action for the 2020-21 season.

For fans in Australia, the broadcaster for the 2020-21 Bundesliga season is pay TV sports channel beIN Sports.

Bundesliga Outright Odds

The outright odds for all the teams to win the Bundesliga title this season is derived from the bet365.com site and mentioned below:

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Bundesliga Weekly Odds

The following matches are scheduled to take place this week, with odds derived from the bet365.com site:

DateGameHome WinDrawAway Win
09 May 21 17:00Hertha Berlin vs Arminia Bielefeld1.833.604.33Bet Now
08 May 21 14:30Borussia Dortmund vs RB Leipzig2.153.753.10Bet Now
08 May 21 14:30TSG Hoffenheim vs Schalke1.207.0013.00Bet Now
08 May 21 14:30Wolfsburg vs Union Berlin1.753.754.75Bet Now
08 May 21 14:30Werder Bremen vs Bayer Leverkusen4.333.751.80Bet Now
08 May 21 17:30Bayern Munich vs Borussia M'gladbach1.335.757.50Bet Now
09 May 21 12:30Cologne vs SC Freiburg2.003.603.60Bet Now
09 May 21 14:30Eintracht Frankfurt vs Mainz1.834.203.75Bet Now
07 May 21 19:30VfB Stuttgart vs Augsburg2.203.503.10Bet Now
12 May 21 17:00Schalke vs Hertha Berlin5.504.201.55Bet Now
16 May 21 18:30RB Leipzig vs Wolfsburg1.903.604.00Bet Now
15 May 21 14:30Borussia M'gladbach vs VfB Stuttgart1.664.204.33Bet Now
15 May 21 14:30Bayer Leverkusen vs Union Berlin1.753.604.50Bet Now
15 May 21 14:30SC Freiburg vs Bayern Munich9.005.251.33Bet Now
15 May 21 14:30Hertha Berlin vs Cologne2.203.253.40Bet Now
15 May 21 14:30Schalke vs Eintracht Frankfurt10.006.001.25Bet Now
16 May 21 16:00Mainz vs Borussia Dortmund6.004.331.50Bet Now
15 May 21 14:30Augsburg vs Werder Bremen2.453.252.87Bet Now
15 May 21 14:30Arminia Bielefeld vs TSG Hoffenheim3.253.402.25Bet Now
Odds last updated on:07/05/21 14:40:01 GMT. Subjected to change

The German football action resumes after a week of rest owing to the DFB-Pokal semi-finals. RB Leipzig and Dortmund are going through to the finals, Leipzig beat Werder Bremen and Dortmund beat Holstein Kiel. A pre-show unveils in the Bundesliga this week, the Red Bulls travel to Borussia Park. Bayern fell despite the Pole’s return, the Wolves were silenced by Dortmund and Frankfurt will test Bo Svensson’s side.

Dortmund vs RB Leipzig

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2.153.103.75

While battling for the Champions League spot, Dortmund welcome RB Leipzig to Signal Iduna Park on Saturday. In a Haaland-less squad, Dortmund humbled Holstein Kiel 5-0 to advance into the DFB-Pokal finals. Giovanni Reyna, Marco Reus, Hazard and Bellingham saw the net on that day. While in Bundesliga, Erling Haaland scored a brace against Wolfsburg 0-2. Edin Terzic sticks to 4-2-3-1, the Black and Yellows need that sort of stability now more than anything.

As for the dynamic Leipzig, things haven’t been rosy lately. Julian Nagelsmann’s men squandered many chances just when they could have surpassed the Bavarians. The Red Bulls lost two, won two and drew in one game out of the last five. One of the defeat was against the minnows FC Koln 2-1. Szoboszlai and Samardzic will sit out at the Leipzig bench. For Dortmund, Bellingham received a red card. Morey, Moukoko, Schmelzer, Axel Witsel and Zagadou are on the treatment table. Dortmund are the home favourites but, the Red Bulls might turn the tables around.

Werder Bremen vs Bayer Leverkusen

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4.331.803.75

Spiralling down into the jaws of the relegation monster, Werder Bremen host Bayer Leverkusen at Weserstadion in dire need of quick three points. Bremen faced three top-half clubs in the last five games which they lost. They came close against the Red Bulls in the DFB-Pokal semi-finals, leading to extra time, Emil Forsberg of Leipzig shattered Werder Bremen’s hopes at 121st-minute. Omer Toprak, Marco Friedl and Jean-Manuel Mbom are the regulars who are on the sidelines for this fixture.

Surprisingly, Leverkusen are doing comparably well after Peter Bosz’ exit. The record stands at three wins, one loss and one draw since that incident. Even the loss was against the Bavarians 2-0, Hannes Wolf deserves credit for this upsurge. Starting the goal account late, Leon Bailey opened the gates of freedom to Lucas Alario and Kerem Demirbay, it is noteworthy that Alario came after 77-minutes. Unfortunately, the Argentine’s tendon injury is worse and he will be out for at least two months. Injuring his meniscus a few weeks ago, Lars Bender might be fit next week but Baumgartlinger’s ACL will take time to cure. Given their current form, the travellers will claim a dominant win against the hosts.

Bayern Munich vs Monchengladbach

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1.337.505.75

For a club so proud of the 50+1 rule and the cultural value they inspire, Bayern Munich are going in the opposite direction with monopolising the Bundesliga. Earlier buying Leipzig’s star defender Dayot Upamecano, the Bavarians have acquired their successful Julian Nagelsmann. The youngest coach in the Bundesliga will train his dream club from next season. Although the top berth tradings seem fair, the minnows are the ones really suffering. Bundesliga won’t probably have a new champion for at least five years from now. Though Robert Lewandowski appeared rusty after his return from injury, the Pole managed to chip in a consolation goal. Niklas Sule, Corentin Tolisso and Douglas Costa are the names on the injury list.

Another side that traded its manager, Monchengladbach, have recovered from the mental side-effects of hearing the news of their manager’s departure mid-season. Attacking from wide rather than the centre like he did in Salzburg, Marco Rose has played to the squad’s strength which contains talented midfielders and strikers like Marcus Thuram and Lars Stindl. The man-to-man pressing plan is executed well, a minor movement in the front is supported by the fullbacks. But it might be too late even for a Europa Conference league race, the Colts even lost to Hoffenheim 3-2 a fortnight ago. The travellers can wipe off the Europa League target from their checklist, the Bavarians will spoil their party.

Wolfsburg vs Union Berlin

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1.754.753.75

Disappointed with the third loss in five games, Wolfsburg host Union Berlin at Volkswagen Arena, with intentions of retaining the third spot. Boasting the second-best defence in the league next to RB Leipzig, the Wolves have been struggling to control the inflow of goals. Dortmund did it in the last game 0-2, Bayern 2-3 and Frankfurt 4-3 did it last month. The prime mover behind this sudden downturn is the ankle injury to the midfielder Renato Steffen. One of the forwards, Bartosz Bialek is indefinitely out due to an ACL tear. Positive news is on the rise for Union Berlin, Max Kruse, Leon Dajaku, Taiwo Awoniyi, Sheraldo Becker and Anthony Ujah are all set to return to the squad soon. Max Kruse will play against Wolfsburg. Union are following the approach of minimizing downfalls, sharing the spoils has been the main theme this season. Dortmund didn’t allow them safety 2-0 but Werder Bremen offered a victory 3-1. A tough call than it seems, Union might force a draw at Wolfsburg.

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