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Bet9ja odds & Betting tips for Bundesliga this weekend

Bet9ja offers odds on Bundesliga games this weekend, and you can cashout with our betting tips on the German league.

Bundesliga betting tips

All 20 teams are in action across Friday to Sunday, as Union Berlin lead the league table while VfL Bochum sit at the bottom.

Bet9ja offers juicy odds on all these games, and we have brought you the best predictions from the German top division.

Bochum vs. Eintracht Frankfurt: Eintracht Frankfurt to win @ 1.90

Monchengladbach vs. Cologne: Goal-Goal @ 1.51

Hertha BSC vs. Freiburg: Freiburg win/draw @ 1.34

Stuttgart vs. Union Berlin: Union Berlin win/draw @ 1.45

Total Odds on Bet9ja: 5.57

* These games can be staked on Bet9ja as singles or in an accumulator

Saturday, October 8, 14:30 (GMT+1)

Betting tip: Eintracht Frankfurt to win

Odds: 1.90 on Bet9ja

Bochum currently sits at the bottom of the Bundesliga table with one point from eight games. The Blues have lost six of their last seven competitive games against Frankfurt, while losing three times in four home games already this season. Frankfurt are unbeaten in their last four games across all competitions, while they have won back-to-back Bundesliga games. The Eagles are unbeaten away from home this season, winning twice and losing once in three games.

Sunday, October 9, 14:30 (GMT+1)

Betting tip: Goal-Goal

Odds: 1.51 on Bet9ja

On the Bundesliga table, both teams are separated by one point as they face off at the Borussia-Park on Sunday. While Monchengladbach have lost their last three games against Cologne, they have scored while also conceding in the last five meetings with them.

Cologne have failed to keep a clean sheet in their last seven games, while they have scored and conceded in five of those games.

Sunday, October 9, 16:30 (GMT+1)

Betting tip: Freiburg win/draw

Odds: 1.34 on Bet9ja

Hertha are unbeaten in four Bundesliga games (1W, 3D) for the first time since 2021, but they face off against a Freiburg side that is unbeaten in six Bundesliga games (the best ongoing run in the league). Hertha are yet to win at home this season, while Freiburg have lost an away game in the current campaign.

Sunday, October 9, 18:30 (GMT+1)

Betting tip: Union Berlin win/draw

Odds: 1.45 on Bet9ja

Union Berlin are currently on top of the Bundesliga table, and they go away against a Stuttgart side that are yet to win a game this season. Although Union Berlin lost their last league game against Frankfurt, they bounced back with a win in the Europa League against Malmö FF.

Six of the last eight meetings between these teams have ended in a draw, with one win apiece, and we are banking on the Iron Ones getting a result at the Mercedes-Benz Arena.

*All odds were accurate as at time of posting

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