Match Betting (1x2)

Outside of Germany, Borussia Dortmund are the most popular Bundesliga team, with Jurgen Klopp and Thomas Tuchel among those coaches who have cultivated an attractive brand of football which the team continue to play under their current manager.

Lucien Favre’s side were facile winners against FC Schalke last Saturday in the Revierderby, obliging with a 4-0 victory and not really missing the likes of Jadon Sancho or Marco Reus, with the latter still injured despite the lockdown break.

Dortmund are a dangerous attacking unit and even more so since recruiting Erling Haland in January, with the Norwegian having shone brightly for Red Bull Salzburg before joining one of the best teams in Germany.

The visitors are strong 1.75 favourites to win this match and they are likely to have Julian Brandt pulling the strings in the midfield engine room, while Thorgan Hazard and Raphael Guerreiro will look to run riot in the wider positions.

However, it should be noted that there’s a stark contrast between Dortmund’s home and away form this season, with the second-placed team in the table having actually failed to win more than 50% of their away matches.

Dortmund have won six times on the road which is less than the other “top five” teams and Wolfsburg are sitting in sixth place and fresh from a post-lockdown win at Augsburg where they claimed a 2-1 victory.

Oliver Glasner’s side finished sixth last season and it looks as though another Europa League qualification berth could be secured this term, with some customers likely to find the 4.20 about a home win fairly appealing from an odds point-of-view.

The Wolves are tricky opponents at the Volkswagen Arena where they have only lost three times this season, with the team having one of the meaner defences in the land.

We think the draw could represent the best value of all, with odds of 3.90 that this clash ends all square and there might have been an over-reaction when it comes to the Dortmund performance of last weekend.

Asian Handicap

We would certainly lead towards Wolfsburg when it came to a bet on the Asian Handicap, especially considering their excellent win at Augsburg last weekend which means that spirits are bound to be high in the camp.

The standard Asian Handicap odds allow punters to back Wolves at 1.860 with a +0.5, +1.0 line, meaning that you would make a complete profit if they drew or won the game, while you would get 50% of your stake back if they lost.

Alternatively, you can back Dortmund at 2.040 with a -0.5, -1.0 Asian Handicap line and that means the visitors would need to claim a victory in order to win half of your bet (the other half refunded) and a two-goal victory for a full profit.


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