Borussia Mgladbach v Freiburg Betting Odds Comparison

Sunday, 01/12/2019, Time: 15:30

Match Betting (1x2)

A few years ago, Borussia Moenchengladbach were a team who were battling against relegation from the German Bundesliga, although Die Fohlen are currently four points clear at the top of the table and it’s been quite a transformation under Marco Rose.

The team were fifth in the table last year which earned them Europa League qualification although a Champions League spot will be in their sights and the team won eight of their opening eleven matches.

The Prussians are averaging more than two goals per game and the bookies have them at 4/6 to continue their strong form by winning this clash at Borussia-Park, with the team having won 66% of their home games so far.

Freiburg are also having a season to remember and can’t be discounted for this clash, with the visitors having racked up 21 points of their own from 11 games played.

Away from home, they have only lost one of five encounters, with William Hill offering 15/4 about the visiting team and they will fancy their chances of getting a good result from this clash.

3/1 seems like an attractive price about the draw in this game considering the two sides are evenly matched on paper, with this match representing a second consecutive away game for Freiburg considering they went to Bayer Leverkusen the week before.

First Goalscorer

Nils Petersen actually signed for Bayern Munich a few years ago when arriving from Cottbus, although the striker never really got going at the Allianz Arena and is now enjoying himself in a Freiburg shirt.

The forward has scored six times this season including four goals in as many games, with the 30-year-old operating at odds of 6/1 to score the first of this game.

Lucas Holer is another danger man for the visitors, while Marcus Thuram is an exciting 22-year-old playing for Borussia Moenchengladbach and the youngster has scored in four of his team’s past five games.

The Frenchman is sure to be a popular pick considering he’s been given plenty of ammunition, while Patrick Herrmann recently scored twice against Werder Bremen and he’s another one to consider.

Asian Handicap

Freiburg are available at some nice prices if you think that the visitors can avoid defeat in this clash, with the away team available at 27/40 with a +1 handicap and that means money back if they lose by a single goal.

You can also get 23/20 about Freiburg if you think they can avoid defeat as this Asian Handicap will give you half a goal start.

However, we know how dangerous the home side can be and punters can get 7/4 about Borussia Moenchengladbach with a -1.5 goal Asian Handicap and that would mean they need to triumph by two goals or more.

Both Teams to Score

This could potentially be an entertaining encounter, with Freiburg averaging two goals per away game and Die Fohlen averaging the same number at home.

The bookies therefore have 4/7 about the “Yes” option on the Both Teams to Score market, with the teams likely to adopt an attack-minded approach and this match could end up having a big bearing on which team qualifies for the Champions League.

However, those that think at least one team will fail to score can back the “No” option on the Both Teams to Score market and that is trading at 7/5.