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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:

No.TeamOdds
1Bayern Munich1.16
2Borussia Dortmund8.00
3RB Leipzig17.00
4Bayer Leverkusen51.00
5Borussia M'gladbach67.00
6Wolfsburg81.00
7Eintracht Frankfurt201.00
8Hertha Berlin251.00
9TSG Hoffenheim251.00
10Union Berlin501.00
11VfB Stuttgart501.00
12Arminia Bielefeld751.00
13Augsburg751.00
14Cologne751.00
15Mainz751.00
16SC Freiburg751.00
17Bochum1001.00
18Greuther Furth1001.00
Odds last updated on:27/07/21 15:59:13 GMT. Subjected to change

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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
13 Aug 21 19:30Borussia M'gladbach vs Bayern Munich6.005.001.45Bet Now
14 Aug 21 15:00Borussia Dortmund vs Eintracht Frankfurt1.405.506.00Bet Now
14 Aug 21 15:00Wolfsburg vs Bochum1.454.506.50Bet Now
14 Aug 21 15:00Union Berlin vs Bayer Leverkusen2.903.302.40Bet Now
14 Aug 21 15:00VfB Stuttgart vs Greuther Furth1.704.004.50Bet Now
14 Aug 21 15:00Mainz vs RB Leipzig5.504.001.57Bet Now
14 Aug 21 15:00Augsburg vs TSG Hoffenheim3.403.602.05Bet Now
14 Aug 21 15:00Arminia Bielefeld vs SC Freiburg2.803.302.45Bet Now
14 Aug 21 15:00Cologne vs Hertha Berlin2.503.302.75Bet Now
Odds last updated on:27/07/21 16:00:01 GMT. Subjected to change

Leipzig’s downfall against Dortmund sealed the title race for Bayern Munich. The Bavarians will rest a wee bit for the remaining weeks. Dortmund are striding healthy in for the Champions League race. Frankfurt is in a race with Dortmund and their mounting losses. Matchday 33 offers a narrow range of possibilities in the top berth and the fans get ready to witness the Bavarians lifting the trophy once again.

Freiburg vs Bayern Munich

Freiburg welcome Bayern Munich to Schwarzwald-Stadion as they sail through waves of inconsistency. While the hole in the defence for the Bavarians was there for everyone to see in the Champions League, that didn’t stop them from running a riot against Monchengladbach last week 6-0. Robert Lewandowski returned to his former self and pocketed a hat-trick while Thomas Muller, Kingsley Coman and Leroy Sane delivered some from their part.

The Bundesliga giants will bid farewell to one of their most successful and optimistic coach, Hansi Flick in two weeks. Diego Costa, Leon Goretzka and Tolisso are on the injury list, Nianzou’s red card will keep him off the field and the striker Choupo-Mouting’s back injury makes him a doubt for this fixture.

Though Freiburg started their season well, they lost their path mid-way. Except for some astonishing victories against Bayer Leverkusen and Dortmund, then and now, they have struggled for consistency. At this point, the whole top order looks like it. But, Freiburg won’t complain. Especially, witnessing the fate of reputed clubs like Schalke will hint at the chaos in the German league. There are no injuries for the hosts. Hansi Flick’s men will triumph over the hosts if they didn’t suffer from party hungover or if they didn’t fail to see the net in the first half.

Bayer Leverkusen vs Union Berlin

Two sides depleted with injuries meet at BayArena, Bayer Leverkusen host Union Berlin to seal the top-six berth. Misery came for Leverkusen in the name of Werder Bremen, the Northwest German club halted Leverkusen with a draw 0-0. Hannes Wolf was just turning the tables in Leverkusen, Frankfurt and Dortmund now way up the ladder. Wolf will have to play without his star-forward, Lucas Alario. The Argentine is suffering from a thigh injury, he didn’t take part in the Bremen game too. Lars Bender, Julian Baumgartlinger, Daley Sinkgraven and Timothy Fosu-Mensah are out for this game.

Sweating upon injuries with a couple of tiebreaker games ahead, Urs Fischer is under a lot of pressure. Union have tied with Monchengladbach with 46 points, a minor slip up from Monchengladbach will hand over the Europa Conference league spot to Union. While the key scorer Max Kruse is onboard, Taiwo Awoniyi, Sheraldo Becker and Cedric Teuchert are out for the game. The midfielder Grischa Promel is suffering from muscle issues. Hannes Wolf will find a way to clinch the sixth spot in this fixture.

RB Leipzig vs Wolfsburg

RB Leipzig host Wolfsburg at Red Bull Arena, in a contest for the second spot. The Red Bulls were destined to secure the second spot, they could have gone for the title as well but now even the runner-up position is under fire. Nagelsmann’s side has been inconsistent for months now. They have tasted just four wins out of ten games across all competitions. It all came after Liverpool’s Champions League victory against the Germans. And the fact that Nagelsmann is moving to Bayern, makes matters far worse. He will take Upamecano along with him. As for the Sunday game, Tyler Adams, Christopher Nkunku and Lazar Samardzic will stay on the sidelines.

Not finding enough to share the spoils lately, Wolfsburg have lost valuable points against Dortmund 0-2, Bayern Munich 2-3 and Eintracht Frankfurt 4-3. Even the reverse fixture with Leipzig in the DFB Pokal quarter-finals was a defeat 2-0. If Oliver Glasner’s men claimed a victory over the Red Bulls, the Wolves have a chance to attain the second spot. Wout Weghorst is the key goal scorer in the side. Renato Steffen and Bartosz Bialek are on the treatment table. All said the hosts are favoured by the bookmakers.

Mainz vs Dortmund

Sunday sees the clash between Mainz and Dortmund at Opel Arena, with the visitors aiming for a top-four finish. Dortmund have transformed into a beast since their Champions League exit, winning all the five games that followed. In the last game against RB Leipzig, their Goldenboy Erling Haaland wasn’t there. While the rumours of Haaland’s transfer is still on the air, he might stay if the Champions League is confirmed. Jadon Sancho is another promising youngster in the squad. Edin Terzic has managed to keep the race going. Youssoufa Moukoko, Axel Witsel, Dan-Axel Zagadou, Jaume Morey Bauza Mateu and Marwin Hitz are on the treatment table.

Bo Svennson has right the ship at Mainz since his arrival. When he arrived, Mainz were destined for relegation, nor only did he have them escape relegation but they are at a very safe distance from the red zone. A moment of brilliance from Karim Onisiwo laid the foundation for sharing the spoils with Frankfurt 1-1 gone Sunday. Though there aren’t any reliable scorers in the club, Svensson will change the outlook of the club by next season. Jannis Kilian Luca is out for months now due to a hip injury, except for him there are no injuries in the squad. Mainz have the firepower to halt Dortmund but Haaland will help the visitors to success.

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