Bundesliga is the home of the European champions and one Champions League semifinalists. That pretty much says enough about the quality of this competition. Even though it hasn’t really been in the center of attention like La Liga or EPL, the German national championship is slowly getting back in the headlines. 

Winner

Well, this one is easy. It seems that there won’t be any change compared to the previous years and that the reigning champions Bayern Munich are going to win the title once again. The odds on that to happen are 0.15. When Red Bull and Borussia Dortmund failed to dethrone the Bavarians last year, and they had a pretty good situation to do so, it is very unlikely to see Hansi Flick’s side losing its grip this season.

Leroy Sane arrived in town, and with all the present players, there is no doubt that Bayern can only be better. Phillipe Coutinho’s status is still unclear, and even though his loan from Barca ended, there are some rumors that the Brazilian might come back to Munich, only this time, permanently. When mentioning the rumors, all those connected with Robert Lewandowski and his transfer to Real Madrid are shut down. The Pole isn’t going anywhere.

Borussia is next on the list with 5.50. So far, they kept both Jadon Sancho and Erling Haaland, plus added one more talent from England, Jude Bellingham. Still, all that youth and talent won’t help them to catch Bayern. It would be enough for a top 4 place for sure, but nothing more than that. 

What is symptomatic for this club is that they always have a poor ending of the season. For two years in a row, they are losing the title in the last rounds, and many are suggesting that they simply don’t have what it takes to close the campaign. 

Red Bull was in an excellent position last year to win the championship. And to be honest, if it weren’t for the pause due to COVID-19, the Bulls would be serious contenders for lifting their first trophy. Timo Werner is out now, and along with the pacey striker, Ethan Ampadu is also gone, and that severely diminishes their chances of doing something big. The odds on them to win Bundesliga are 16.5.

Like Dortmund, they will be focusing on young players who have a high ceiling. Red Bull’s scouting service is one of the best in the world, which is the main cause for their excellent result over the last few years. 

Bayer Leverkusen lost Kai Havertz, but they earned a lot of money after his transfer to Chelsea. However, they are still the strongest team after the three above-mentioned. That is why we believe that betting on them to finish among the top 4 teams in the league would be a smart move. The odds at BetXChange are 1.30, which is a solid profit.

It seems that Leverkusen has a system and that even Havertz’s departure could be replaced.

Relegation

One team is far ahead of others, and that is Arminia Bielefeld 0.75. Augsburg and Union Berlin, who somehow survived the last campaign, are behind at 1.55. Mainz and Werder come after 2.25.

Small details will decide in this race, and we aren’t too sure who has the biggest chances to go to Zweita, which is why we personally recommend skipping this bet.

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