Trifecta of value plays for matchday 10 of the Bundesliga

Stuart Woodrow

Wednesday, October 31, 2018 5:19 PM UTC

Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018 5:19 PM UTC

Three more bets from the Bundesliga this week as we examine one of the most competitive leagues in Europe right now.

<p>Back in August, you wouldn’t have found many people doubting this season would end up with another Bayern Munich title party. A strong start to the Bavarian side seemed to compound that thinking but they have been in poor form the last few weeks with bad losses against sides you really expect them to beat. Real Madrid might have beaten Bayern to the knee jerk decision of firing your coach but Bayern may not be too far behind. With two straight wins under their belt, perhaps they’re getting their legs back under them and can go on the kind of charge that will make this a really interesting season.</p><p>I’ve got 3 bets for you this week with one on Friday, one on Saturday and the last, you guessed it, on Sunday.</p><p>Seeing as there is only one game on Friday night, it won’t take a lot of deduction to work out that I’m betting on the <a href="">Stuttgart v Frankfurt</a> game. It may surprise you to find out that I’m betting on the home side in this one. Stuttgart are in last place in the Bundesliga right now and have only one win in their last 5 but they have a good record against Eintracht Frankfurt and the odds of 2.76, <a href=";book=Pinnacle">from Pinnacle</a>, mean this is a bet with a fair bit of value.</p><p>Game no.2 is one I’m happy to see. Borussia Dortmund have been making the running in the Bundesliga in these early stages of the season and they have a winnable game this weekend when they <a href="">kick off against Wolfsburg at half past two on Saturday afternoon</a>. The odds aren’t huge but the 1.96 offered <a href=";a=61bcef2b-3e24-4aa3-8010-62079368b790&amp;f=2">by SBOBet</a> is enough to ensure there’s an interest in this one. This is a young and exciting Dortmund side and with a canny manager getting the best out of them, this should be a good match to watch.</p><p>My final bet of the weekend is on the 19.30 game between <a href="">FSV Mainz and Werder Bremen</a>. I’m backing the away side in this one and history is on my side as they have a clear advantage on the head to head stats. Pinnacle are top of the market here and are offering 2.42. <a href=";book=Betvictor">BetVictor</a> are offering Werder Bremen Draw No Bet at 1.73 and that is still high enough to retain some interest if you’re looking for something safer.</p><h2>My Bets:</h2><p><a href=""><strong>Stuttgart to win at home against Eintracht </strong></a><a href=""><strong>Frankfrut</strong></a><strong> at 2.76 with </strong><a href=";book=Pinnacle"><strong>Pinnacle</strong></a><strong>. </strong></p><p><strong><a href="">Borussia Dortmund to win on the road against Wolfsburg</a> at 1.96 with <a href=";a=61bcef2b-3e24-4aa3-8010-62079368b790&amp;f=2">SBOBet</a>. </strong></p><p><a href=""><strong>Werdern</strong></a><strong><a href=""> Bremen to win away against Mainz</a> at 2.42 with </strong><a href=";book=Pinnacle"><strong>Pinnacle</strong></a><strong>.</strong></p>
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