BANKER FOOTBALL BETTING TIPS
Happy weekend to everyone and welcome to another edition of the banker football betting tips. We are heading to Germany for the best football pick of the day. Wolfsburg will be entertaining Leverkusen this afternoon in what promised to be an open and entertaining game. Details as follows;
Wolfsburg vs B. Leverkusen
Pick: GG(Both teams to score)
ANALYSIS AND MATCH PREVIEW
Bayer Leverkusen have put their top-four finish in jeopardize after falling to direct rivals Schalke 04 six days ago at their BayArena. The man to be blamed is defensive midfielder Dominik Kohr who has been booked twice within six minutes to leave his team with a man down with the entire second half to be played.
Nonetheless, there is still plenty up to grabs until the end of the season and Die Werkself still have the chance to break into the top 4 instantly in this round when they are to face the out-of-form Wolfsburg side. The Wolves have been sliding down the Bundesliga ladder at an alarming rate and they now find themselves only a single position above the relegation playoffs spots being just one point adrift of Mainz 05.
The experienced Bundesliga manager Bruno Labbadia has failed to shift team’s fortunes around as he is yet to see his new team clinch a victory under his leadership. Nonetheless, we have to admit that the Wolves have had quite a challenging schedule of late facing the likes of Schalke 04, Werder Bremen and Bayern Munich before sharing the spoils in a 1-1 draw away at Mainz 05 last weekend.
Wolfsburg are winless in last four league matches in front of the home crowd (two losses and two draws in the process) and that’s where Heiko Herrlich will be looking for his team’s opportunity.
- Leverkusen have scored 2 or more goals in four of last five games in the league.
- Wolfsburg have scored at least one goal in all of their last 11 Bundesliga home matches.
All in all, considering both teams need for points and good attackers in their possession, couple with both teams frailties at the back, both teams should find the back of the net here.