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2020-21 Bundesliga Live Stream, Odds, and Predictions

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 Dortmund6.00
3RB Leipzig26.00
4Bayer Leverkusen41.00
5Borussia M'gladbach101.00
6Wolfsburg251.00
7Eintracht Frankfurt501.00
8TSG Hoffenheim751.00
9Hertha Berlin751.00
10Werder Bremen1001.00
11Union Berlin1001.00
12VfB Stuttgart1001.00
13SC Freiburg1501.00
14Augsburg1501.00
15Cologne2001.00
16Schalke2501.00
17Mainz4501.00
18Arminia Bielefeld4501.00
Odds last updated on:24/11/20 10:49:52 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
27 Nov 20 19:30Wolfsburg vs Werder Bremen1.703.804.75Bet Now
28 Nov 20 14:30Borussia Dortmund vs Cologne1.227.0011.00Bet Now
28 Nov 20 14:30RB Leipzig vs Arminia Bielefeld1.206.5013.00Bet Now
28 Nov 20 14:30Union Berlin vs Eintracht Frankfurt2.623.502.50Bet Now
28 Nov 20 14:30Augsburg vs SC Freiburg2.373.402.87Bet Now
28 Nov 20 14:30VfB Stuttgart vs Bayern Munich8.006.001.28Bet Now
28 Nov 20 17:30Borussia M'gladbach vs Schalke1.444.506.50Bet Now
29 Nov 20 14:30Bayer Leverkusen vs Hertha Berlin1.723.804.75Bet Now
29 Nov 20 17:00Mainz vs TSG Hoffenheim3.403.402.10Bet Now
04 Dec 20 19:30Hertha Berlin vs Union Berlin2.203.403.20Bet Now
05 Dec 20 14:30SC Freiburg vs Borussia M'gladbach3.503.751.95Bet Now
05 Dec 20 14:30Eintracht Frankfurt vs Borussia Dortmund4.204.001.72Bet Now
05 Dec 20 14:30Cologne vs Wolfsburg3.753.402.00Bet Now
05 Dec 20 14:30Arminia Bielefeld vs Mainz2.503.402.70Bet Now
05 Dec 20 17:30Bayern Munich vs RB Leipzig1.445.255.50Bet Now
06 Dec 20 14:30Werder Bremen vs VfB Stuttgart2.603.402.60Bet Now
06 Dec 20 17:00Schalke vs Bayer Leverkusen5.504.001.57Bet Now
Odds last updated on:24/11/20 10:50:45 GMT. Subjected to change

The celebration sets in once again as Bundesliga makes a come back to the scene on Round 9 with few of the world’s best teams in action. East or west, Bayern is the best (no pun intended). Bayern Munich is a spectre haunting the rest of the German clubs, dominating the table with least effort. With the Colts slugging at the moment, Dortmund, Bayer Leverkusen and RB Leipzig are pursuing the Bavarians religiously for the German honour. Hustle and choose your favourites to witness the best of football this weekend.

Dortmund vs FC Koln

Losing Der Klassiker with struggle, Dortmund bounced back hard at Hertha Berlin 2-5. Fueled by that victory, Dortmund will face FC Koln at their Signal Iduna Park coming Saturday. BVB’s leading goal-scorer Erling Haaland did his magic at Berlin, scoring four goals which include a hattrick. Conceding just seven goals in eight matches, Lucien Favre will feel invigorated for piecing an exciting young squad together. Triumphing in this match can take Dortmund to the summit pending Bayern’s result. Hector Jonas’ neck injury is proving costly for FC Koln. The Billy goats are sleeping at the bottom of the table, losing two and drawing three of their last five games with no intentions of escaping relegation. To put it in a nutshell, the Billy goats are travelling to Dortmund like scapegoats to an offering.

RB Leipzig vs Arminia Bielefeld

After facing PSG at Parc des Princes in Champions league earlier this week, RB Leipzig will face Arminia Bielefeld at their Red Bulls Arena on matchday 9 of Bundesliga. The Red Bulls are showing fight in the title race, losing only to B. Monchengladbach in their eight games. Like many of his peers, Julian Nagelsmann will be sweating upon injuries in his squad despite the defence being a fortress still. Procuring just a sole win and a bare minimum of five goals, Arminia Bielefeld’s roller-coaster ride back to the Bundesliga has not been so satisfying. Thrashed up by all the other giants in the league, Uwe Neuhaus’s men are facing RB Leipzig, a similar giant. Losing six games in a row, Arminia Bielefeld is plummeting towards a certain death at Red Bulls Arena.

Stuttgart vs Bayern Munich

On Matchday 9, Stuttgart hosts Bayern Munich in a highly anticipated game at Mercedes-Benz Arena coming Saturday. Bayern faced a minor slip in their title conquest drawing the match against Werder Breman 1-1, thanks to Manuel Neuer’s saves. Kimmick injured his knee in the Der Klassiker, Tolisso and Davies are off the game as well. The mighty Pole, Lewandowski is the backbone of Bayern’s goal-scoring adventure. Gnabry, Sane and Muller, all do their part well. The story is entirely different at Stuttgart, the team’s last victory came four games ago, tying all the games which followed. Hoffenheim’s Kempf tallied the Reds’ game 3-3 with his 93rd-minute goal at Sinsheim. Pellegrino Matarazzo’s men haven’t lost any away games this season, can they share the spoils with the Bavarians? Can they spoil the visitors’ party? Probably not.

Borussia Moenchengladbach vs Schalke

On Matchday 9, B. Monchengladbach will host Schalke at Borussia Park for a Saturday clash, looking to earn a spot within the promotion bay. The Colts aren’t striding fast enough this season, ranking 7th in the table and conceding as many goals as they scored. Sharing the spoils in their last game with Augsburg 1-1, Marco Rose’s men will be eyeing a home win on Saturday. Being the first contender for relegation, Schalke is plunging to an appalling low considering their great days under Domenico Tedesco. After managing to share the spoils with Stuttgart and Mainz, kneeling at home to Wolfsburg 0-2 has only added oil to the fire. Borussia Park will hit a festive mood as the Colts feast upon the Miners this Saturday.

Bayer Leverkusen vs Hertha Berlin

Bayer Leverkusen play host to Hertha Berlin at BayArena in a Sunday clash on Matchday 9. Bosz Peter’s men are in impeccable form, registering five consecutive wins including a remarkable one against Monchengladbach 4-3. To fans’ shock, goalkeeper Hradecky inexplicably sliced the ball to an own goal at Bielefeld, fortunately, Dragovic’s late winner won the game for Leverkusen. The Argentine striker Alario Lucas is doing great at BayArena meanwhile, injuries hurt the team a bit. Despite the Brazilian Cunha Matheus’ consistent goals, Hertha Berlin is unable to succeed in consecutive games. Conceding 18 goals in 8 games, the former Wolfsburg manager needs to rethink his strategy and strengthen the midfield. Restricting Bayer Leverkusen needs firepower which the visitors lack, the hosts will shoo away the visitors with ease.

 

 

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