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Werder Bremen vs Bayern Munich Prediction & Betting tips
All of Football Germany looks into the Weser Stadium on Tuesday evening. This is where Werder Bremen meets Bavaria. According to the odds of the best bookmakers, the favorite role is clearly assigned to the record champions, but an exciting evening awaits us in many ways.
On the one hand, of course, there is the question of whether the team of coach Hansi Flick can make the eighth championship title in a row prematurely by winning. On the other hand, the fate of the long-standing Bundesliga club from northern Germany is at stake. Despite the success at the weekend, the Kohfeldt elf is still up to the neck in the relegation battle. A surprising point gain would be of enormous importance for the green-whites.
Three games before the end of this season Werder continues to be in the penultimate place. The gap to the saving bank is three points and five goals. After all, the Hanseatic team was able to catch up with Fortuna Düsseldorf (16th) in terms of points over the weekend, taking at least one important step towards relegation.
Before the seemingly hopeless endeavor against Munich, it will be interesting to see to what extent the relegation candidate is willing to offer 100% resistance. The background is the possibly decisive duel next weekend in Mainz, which will definitely require freshness and fitness.
However, there is no way of thinking of the prestigious duel against the quasi-designated title holder from the Bavarian capital, especially since in the end even the goal difference could determine relegation or relegation. Nevertheless, we consider a coup of the underdog to be rather unlikely and therefore tend to bet between Werder Bremen and Bavaria on a “zero” success by Robert Lewandowski, Thomas Müller and Co.
Anyone who saw the Bremen team cheering for the 5-1 win at SC Paderborn last weekend could almost have thought that the green-whites had just given up their relegation. Strictly speaking, however, it was only the falling load of having the urgently needed threesome in the so important away game at the bottom.
Even if the starting position of the Kohfeldt team improved a little three games before the end of the season, the situation is still tricky. Werder still ranks second last, but only one goal behind Fortuna Düsseldorf. The saving bank, on which FSV Mainz 05 is currently 15th, is three points and five goals away. Next weekend the Hanseatic team will be visiting their direct competitor in Rheinhessen.
This possibly deciding game for relegation has top priority for the former German champion, who, however, due to the possible importance of the goal difference, must also be careful not to get under the wheels on Tuesday evening in the home game against the record champions.
If we believe the odds of the betting providers between Bremen and Bavaria, then a success of the guests with up to three goals difference is expected.
The principle of hope of the North Germans is based on the fueled self-confidence after the Kanters win in Paderborn, which should also provide the necessary momentum. From an objective point of view, the men from the Weser are far from landing a surprise coup, especially since the last and only home win this season dates from matchday three.
Werder is by far the weakest home team in the Bundesliga. Six points from 15 games and a measly nine goals read like the values of a relegated team. After the forced break, the Kohfeldt squad had no goals in all three matches in their own stadium (one draw, two bankruptcies).
Throughout the season, Milot Rashica and Co. never scored their own goal in eight games in the Weser Stadium. The Werder Bremen vs. Bavaria’s prediction of a “zero” success of the favorite is therefore not only based on a subjective opinion, but also on the statistics.
In terms of personnel, it will be interesting to see whether the young Green-Whites coach is betting on the same starting line-up as in the aforementioned win against Paderborn or whether Florian Kohfeldt is rotating vigorously with regard to the guest appearance in Mainz and thus has full focus on the relegation final Duel with the Rheinhessen judged. With Möhwald, Sahin and Toprak three players are injured. Otherwise, the entire squad is available.
No Lewandowski, no miller, no Thiago – no problem! Bayern are unstoppable on the way to their eighth championship in a row. Despite various failures of offensive top performers, the record champions celebrated a late 2-1 win against Borussia Mönchengladbach on Saturday evening, which now also cleared up the last doubts about defending their title.
Three games before the end of the season, Munich still have a seven point lead over Borussia Dortmund. Conversely, this also means that a success on Tuesday evening in the Weser Stadium is enough to become German Champion ahead of schedule. Even a draw could be enough for the top of the league, provided Borussia Dortmund does not win against Mainz 05 at home on Wednesday.
Admittedly, a point loss by FC Bayern currently seems as unlikely as black numbers in the federal budget for 2020. The team of coach Hansi Flick continues to march from victory to victory and has not given up any points since February 9th. The last 13 competitive matches have all been won; For 22 matches, the men from Säbener Straße no longer left the field as losers.
Anyone who believes that the motivation of the record champions could weaken on the remaining match days should be disappointed, because the star ensemble from Munich still has the internal goal of setting a new goal record. The FCB currently has 92 goals. The best value is 101 goals, set up by Bayern in the 1971/1972 season.
This figure should be approached especially against the Bremen team, who in the past often had to serve as a whipping boy for the South Germans. Alone since the 2010/2011 season, the Werder team conceded 68 goals in 18 Bundesliga matches with the Munich team, all of which were lost, almost four per game. Manuel Neuer kept the clean slate in nine cases.
The Werder Bremen vs. Bavaria’s forecast of a further “zero” success therefore includes an attractive value. You can find more information on the calculation of value bets in our betting base guide. Personnel Hansi Flick will rotate back during the week. Lewandowski and Müller come back to the team after a yellow card suspension and Alphonso Davies and Kingsley Coman should slip back into the starting eleven after their wild cards.
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