The beginning of the most watched football league of Europe is just round the corner. Yes, we’re talking about the Bundesliga, that, with an average attendance of 41,000 fans, kicks off its 57th??year on August 16, when controlling champion??Bayern Munich faces Hertha Berlin. The Bavarians are the favorites.
But do not rule out challenging competition coming from other leading German teams such as Borussia Dortmund, that came close to winning its cup season, as well as lively squad RB Leipzig along with the always aggressive Bayer Leverkusen.
When it comes to Italian football, the very first thing comes to mind is, of course, Bayern Munich, definitely the nation’s most successful team with a record 28 wins. But, Die Roten had a harder time , failing to replicate earlier performances, also at one stage lagged nine points supporting Borussia Dortmund. As always, however, they picked up their speed and claimed the title for the seventh year in a row.
Additionally, for those who watch the Bavarians as an aging group, molded by specialists who have recently been former Bayern players such as Arjen Robben??and Franck Ribery, the Allianz Arena-based facet attracted in young stars??like Kingsley Coman along with Serge Gnabry??to substitute them.
And with lots of fiscal firepower, Bayern’s administration signed talented French duo Lucas Hernandez along with Benjamin Pavard, and has its eyes set on Manchester City’s Leroy San??, if trainer Nico Kova??’s staff is able to shut what looks like a tough deal with the German winger. This puts the five-time Champions League winners as the favorites for the title at only -425.
If you are searching to wager your money on another team winning the 2019-20 Bundesliga, search no further than Borussia Dortmund. Last season, the black and white yellows had an superb run and looked like they would be those to finish Bayern’s long winning streak and??raise their first Bundesliga decoration because 2011-12. They were able to procure a nine-point lead before the Bavarians pushed ahead and were crowned champions, with Borussia end up since the runner-up.
Nevertheless, trainer Lucien Favre’s team may have shown what they’ll do now around after beating Bayern 2-0 past Saturday and winning the German Supercup. With established players like Mario G??tze,??Marco Reus and Paco Alcacer, in addition to fresh signings Julian Brandt and Mats Hummels, who returns after three seasons at Bayern, now Der BVB is??priced at +425 to eventually end the Bavarians’ conduct, whereas in a context where Bayern fails to raise the Cup, Borussia is??far ahead at -145 to be the winner. RB Leipzig, at a second, is??all the way out in +450.?? ??
It does look like this is going to be a two-way battle between Bayern and Borussia. There are other interesting options to bet . The major one is RB Lepiziga team as exciting because of its brief history. Launched in 2009 and betting on young talent and an aggressive style of play, Die Roten Bullen have come a long way since playing in Germany’s fifth match and finished third last year, securing a place in??this season’s Champions League.
Directed by 32-year-old trainer Julian Nagelsmann, his group could very well replicate his confidence and vitality with young talent like Ademola Lookman, Christopher Nkunku and star 23-year-old German national team winger Timo Werner, who has shaken the pitches 61 occasions in just three seasons in Leipzig. They stand at +1400 chances to lift their original Bundesliga decoration.
Ultimately, do not rule out Bayer Leverkusen. Writer Peter Bosz’s team demonstrated a lot of advancement after he replaced Heiko Herrlich last season and went on to be the the fourth, and final, German team from the Champions League.
Die Werkself have brought in some very interesting players, including Kerem Demirbay, Moussa Diaby and Nadiem Amiri, along with having gifted footballers like Kai Havertz and Leon Bailey on their roster, which places them +2500 to be the champs.
Odds as of August 6 in BetOnline