Betting Tip Bayern Munich vs. Hertha

  • Title : Betting Tip Bayern Munich vs. Hertha
Date: 04 Oct 2020  |   Stake: 100$  |   Odds: 2.17  |  
Author: UltraMati  |   Category: Football  |   Value: /10


After the big lost at Hoffenheim last week it will be a big comback from Bayern and even agains they old Goalkeeper Lehmann what now Trainer in Berlin it will be a high goal game. See below what i tip and follow the bonus for get the same odds


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FC Bayern Munich is currently the center of the football world with no ifs or buts. This has recently been made clear not only by winning the UEFA Champions League and triumphing in the European Supercup, but also on Thursday evening with the personal player awards of the previous season.

After the big lost at Hoffenheim i am sure they give all to make this forget and thats why is my bet this :

Bayern to Win -2.5 Handicap with odds of 2.17


In the old Matthias Sammer manner, however, we warn the record champions against taking the task against the “Big City Club” lightly. Even if the Labbadia-Elf let themselves be shot at home by Eintracht Frankfurt from their own stadium last week (1: 3), there has been no other Bundesliga club since 2017 who has remained unbeaten against the industry leader as often as the "old lady".

In addition, the topic of fatigue continues to play an important role on the part of the favorite. However, we consider it almost impossible that the Flick-Elf will be naked again and deliver a weak game. Knowing that they are currently only in seventh place and have to make up for something after the 1: 4 at TSG Hoffenheim, we dare to predict before the game Bayern against Hertha that Munich will report back with a big win.

Bayern again without spectators in the Allianz Arena

In any case, the topic of load control on Säbener Straße is currently a big one. The squad is still too thin, so many players are given too much playing time. But we also want to decisively counteract this argument that on Sunday between Bayern and Hertha would definitely justify a tip on the underdog, as the mentality monsters from the Free State will certainly go to their own limits in the last competitive game before the international break.

Once again, the seventh in the table will have to do without spectators in the Allianz Arena. The fact that Kimmich and Co. are coping well with it is proven by the record of seven wins in seven home games after the restart. Even better: 29 goals were scored in this period, more than four per game.

In terms of personnel, there will probably still be a lot to do by Sunday. It is currently clear that Leroy Sané and newcomer Nianzou are definitely missing. Alaba and Goretzka are questionable. Further changes are to be expected, although the coach of the year, Hansi Flick, definitely appreciates the importance of this home game and will therefore probably provide his best possible team.