Sunday, October 22, 2017

Borussia Dortmund 8/15 to beat RB Leipzig in Saturday’s Bundesliga clash

Competition: Bundesliga

Market: Borussia Dortmund to win against RB Leipzig

Odds: 8/15 @ Bet365

The Bundesliga returns this weekend following the international break as Germany’s top league comes back with a bang. Amongst the games are the top side in the league in Borussia Dortmund and fourth-placed side RB Leipzig. With Bayern Munich five points shy of Dortmund, another win could see the league’s top side extend their lead over the Champions who are now without Carlo Ancelotti.

The hosts are in sparkling form of late, taking 13 points from a possible 15 in their last five games. This has catapulted them to the top of the league, five clear of Bayern Munich as they are well and truly in the driving seat in the league following Bayern’s decision to part with Carlo Ancelotti. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is in fine form this campaign and will likely cause all sorts of problems for RB Leipzig and every other German side. In the form they are in, it is difficult to see anything but a home win.

For the visitors, this is the biggest test they will face all season. While Bayern will likely pose a similar test, unless they can hit the same kind of form that has seen Dortmund score 21 goals in seven games, then Leipzig will likely fancy their chances more against Bayern. For last season’s surprise package, they have already picked up 13 points meaning they are six behind Dortmund. A win would cut the gap in half and also help a number of the chasing pack. Two wins in their last two games means they are in good form, and they will need to hit the ground running in order to have a chance of winning this one. While Leipzig are a good side, Dortmund are the favourites here, and Bet365 are giving odds of 8/15 for a home win.

Bet: Borussia Dortmund to beat RB Leipzig in Saturday’s Bundesliga clash @ 8/15 with Bet365>>

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Benjamin Darvill


Ben is an English and creative writing graduate that is now working his way up in the world of sports journalism. Having been writing for the last four years, Ben has written for a number of websites specialising in sport, with football a particular passion. He is a long-suffering England fan and eternal optimist when it comes to the Three Lions.

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