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Bayern Munich to beat Leverkusen & under 3.5 goals (14:30)

Bayern Munich beat Dusseldorf 5-0 last week to make it four wins from four since the restart and 18 in their last 19 matches in all competitions.

But they haven’t run away with it in their last two on the road, beating Dortmund 1-0 and Union Berlin 2-0.

Leverkusen lost 4-1 to Wolfsburg last time out at the BayArena but, if this one follows a similar pattern to their visitors’ other away games, it is unlikely to end in a cricket score.

RB Leipzig to beat Paderborn & over 3.5 goals (14:30)

Leipzig beat Cologne 4-2 on Monday and have won both of their matches against bottom-seven sides since the restart.

Julian Nagelsmann’s side have netted four or more goals in both of those games, the latest of which was a 5-0 win over Mainz at the end of May.

Bottom-of-the-league Paderborn were hammered 6-1 by Dortmund last Sunday and are winless in 10 league games.

BTTS

Leverkusen v Bayern Munich – BTTS: No

Only three teams in the Bundesliga have been involved in fewer BTTS games than both Bayern Munich and Leverkusen.

Both teams have scored in 16 of the sides’ 29 league games, while Bayern have kept a clean sheet in seven of their last eight in all competitions.

Dortmund v Hertha Berlin (17:30)

Hertha have scored two or more goals in each of their last four league games, including in a 2-2 draw away to top-four side RB Leipzig.

The visitors have only failed to score once in their last 10 matches and should be able to take advantage of a Dortmund defence that conceded against Paderborn last weekend.

Lucien Favre’s side are sure to get at least one, though. They have netted 80 league goals so far this season and have only failed to score in two of their 29 Bundesliga matches.

ANYTIME GOALSCORERS

Patrik Schick (RB Leipzig) to score v Paderborn (14:30)

Timo Werner is clear favourite to score in this match, but based on recent form Schick looks equally as reliable a selection.

The Czech international has scored in both of Leipzig’s last two matches, and in four of his last six appearances.

He ranks above Werner for xG per 90 minutes since Christmas, but there is every chance that they will both score against a Paderborn side who were battered 6-1 by Dortmund last weekend.

Thorgan Hazard (Dortmund) to score v Hertha Berlin (17:30)

In the likely absence of Erling Haaland, Hazard will continue to lead the line for Dortmund against Hertha Berlin.

The Belgian scored in last week’s win against Paderborn and has netted three goals in his last six appearances overall.

Hertha have conceded twice at Leipzig and Bayern Munich already this season.

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