Bundesliga Betting 21/22: Matchday 25 Lines, Analysis and Tips

Written By Alex Blowers on March 2, 2022

In Matchday 24, Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich almost dropped points at the Deutsche Bank Park after an inspired performance from Kevin Trapp. The Eintracht Frankfurt goalkeeper pulled off eight saves, including an impressive double to deny Robert Lewandowski on 60 minutes.

Eleven minutes later, one of Die Roten’s players of the season, Leroy Sané, made the difference with a well-timed run and tidy finish to seal the victory. Their lead is now eight points with ten games left after second-placed Borussia Dortmund could only draw 1-1 with relegation-threatened FC Augsburg.

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Let’s take a look at the 2021-22 Bundesliga Matchday 25 Betting Lines, Analysis, and Tips.



Victories for TSG Hoffenheim and SC Freiburg earlier in the weekend meant RB Leipzig needed a win on Sunday to keep their place in the Top 4. Their opponents VfL Bochum have been solid at home, winning seven, drawing three, and losing two and didn’t make it easy restricting them to one shot on target.

When you have a player of Christopher Nkunku’s quality in the form that he’s in, that’s all you need to get the three points. It was his seventh goal in his last seven Bundesliga matches, and there’s a good chance Didier Deschamps will call him up to the France national side for the first time at the end of March.


Bundesliga Betting: Matchday 25 Lines, Analysis and Tips

*Odds Taken from DraftKings Wednesday, March 2nd, 12:55 AM EST


  • I like Parlaying Over 2.5 Goals and Both Teams To Score Yes at -115 for VfB Stuttgart vs. Borussia Mönchengladbach. Neither of these sides have kept a clean sheet in their last six matches, and both will take risks in the hope of collecting three vital points.
  • I also think we’ll see Over 2.5 Goals and Both Teams Scoring in VfL Wolfsburg vs. FC Union Berlin. Die Wolfe have scored nine goals in their last four matches, and Union have found the back five times in their previous two outings. Also, Max Kruse’s transfer from Union to Wolfsburg on the penultimate day of the January transfer window will add a bit of extra spice to this fixture.
  • Under 2.5 Goals at +110 is worth considering for Hertha Berlin’s match against Eintracht Frankfurt. Both these sides are struggling in the final third, with Die Adler failing to score in their last three games, and Hertha haven’t managed to score two goals in their previous seven fixtures.
  • VfL Bochum’s -125 Moneyline is good value. Their opponent Greuther Fürth are propping up the Bundesliga table and have drawn one and lost 11 games on the road this season.


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