Bundesliga Matchday 25 Betting Lines

Posted By Alex Blowers on March 10, 2021

We have a lot of heavy favorites in Matchday 25, with 7 games featuring top-half teams against bottom-half sides. The Bundesliga rarely goes a Matchday without a shock result, so there’s money to be made if you pick right the upset.

Last weekend Der Klassiker did not disappoint.

It was a brilliant game and advertisement for the Bundesliga, which made its debut on ABC television across America. With French, Italian, and Spanish football struggling financially, the league has the opportunity to grow its audience across America and take second spot behind the Premier League.

I have played CB/RB for most of my amateur football career and now have the utmost respect for Paulo Otávio. 2-1 down, 4th minute of added time, and he pointlessly brings down Munas Dabbur with a scissor swipe from behind.


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Let’s take a look at the 2020-21 Bundesliga Matchday 25 Betting Lines.



  • VfL Wolfsburg’s 7 game clean sheet streak was brought to an end by Hoffenheim in Matchday 24. I’m pretty confident they will start a new one this Saturday when they host the hapless FC Schalke 04 at the Volkswagen Arena. Back Die Wolfe to Win to Nil at +118.
  • There’s value in Eintracht Frankfurt and the Draw at +114. RB Leipzig has a big game Wednesday evening against Liverpool in the Champions League that could go to extra-time. Julian Nagelemann’s side will be without Angeliño, who is suffering from a muscle problem.
  • I like Over 2.5 Goals at -106 in Mainz 05’s game against SC Freiburg.
  • A Bayern Munich, Wolfsburg, and Bayer Leverkusen Money Line Parlay is worth considering at +126


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