Let’s take a look at Bundesliga’s Round 28 where Bayern Munich is expected to win Der Klassiker.
Are you ready for Der Klassiker? This game might decide the title in the German top-flight league. Borussia Dortmund is eager to break the supremacy of Bayern Munich in Bundesliga. In the past seven years, the league has been dominated by the Bavarian team. The visitors are leading the standings sitting 4 points clear at the top of the table and with a win against Dortmund they can consider themselves champions.
Both teams have picked up six points from their two matches since the Bundesliga resumed, they are both in great shape and they are scoring goals for fun. So, what to expect, and what’s the best bet for Dortmund vs. Bayern Munich? Dortmund need a stellar performance to win this match and maintain the pressure on leaders Bayern. They were clinical against Wolfsburg as they managed to score 2 goals with 2 shots on target with Jadon Sancho showing once again his brilliant playmaking skills and with Raphael Guerreiro netting his 3 goals in 2 games.
On the other side, Bayern destroyed a decent Eintracht Frankfurt team. Leon Goretzka, Thomas Müller, Robert Lewandowski, and Alphonso Davies, all contributed on the scoreboard revenging the 5-1 defeat from the reverse fixture. Bayern Munich are in general a goal-scoring machine but under Hansi Flick the Bavarian side looks impressive. Alphonso Davies has been a revelation at left-back, Thomas Müller is back enjoying his MVP status, the team has a perfect balance between attack and defense.
Despite conceding 2 goals (1 from set pieces) against Eintracht, Bayern Munich look to be the best side in Bundesliga. They were not forced to play at their best, but it looks like if the situation will request it, they will “eat the grass” and destroy their opponents. Last week I went with Dortmund as my BANKER but this time I must fade them, imagine I’m a huge BVB fan and go against them on our Soccer Picks. We are here for the profit and one of my betting rules says: “Never bet with your heart”
I can talk about Leverkusen ’till tomorrow. They are the team to watch week in and week out. Another match another brace for the most in-form striker in Germany, Kai Havertz, this kid is simply brilliant. Leverkusen will be looking to make it six straight wins across all competitions when they host Wolfsburg on Tuesday. The hosts scored 7 times in 2 matches winning 6 of their last 7 Bundesliga fixtures. They are now sitting 4th in the standings, a place which can earn them a Champions League spot. They won 3-1 on the road against their direct opponents Gladbach.
On the other side, Wolfsburg were a bit unlucky against Dortmund as they missed some good scoring opportunities and they played better in the 2nd half. But if you don’t score you don’t win. They now travel to play one of the best German teams, Leverkusen, and we don’t expect them to pull off the upset. Yes, they might score but we expect them to return home empty-handed. Felix Klaus is suspended after his red card against Dortmund, while Mamoudou Karamoko, Yannick Gerhardt, Joshua Guilavogui, William, and Ignacio Camacho are all on the sidelines through injury. With all these injury problems, the visitors will definitely struggle.