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Bundesliga Saturday Accumulator: Dortmund can bring up 18/1 payout

It is shaping up to be one of the most competitive Bundesliga title races in years, while it still remains to be seen who will be playing in the second tier next season as Germany's top flight starts to heat up.

Issues are coming to the boil at both ends of the table and we've put together an accumulator on the top-flight action in Germany this weekend. 

Our Bundesliga four-fold selection is priced up at 18/1

Bochum to beat Wolfsburg @ 2/1

Both teams to score & over 2.5 goals in Mainz v Bayern Munich @ 5/6

Hoffenheim to beat Cologne @ 23/20

Borussia Dortmund to beat Eintracht Frankfurt @ 8/13

All prices correct at time of writing and subject to change 

Bochum to boost survival chances 

WhatBochum v Wolfsburg
WhereVonovia Ruhrstadion
When14.30, Saturday 22nd April 2023
How to watchbet365 European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights
OddsBochum 2/1, Draw 5/2, Wolfsburg 13/10

The relegation picture is regularly changing in Germany's Bundesliga this season and one side at risk of going down are Bochum.

But having been bottom of the standings as recently as March, things are looking up for Bochum, who are above the relegation playoff spot after a decent run of form.

Thomas Letsch's men have lost only one of their last five games in the Bundesliga, taking points off Eintracht Frankfurt and Union Berlin and beating Cologne and Leipzig as part of that run.

A string of resilient defensive performances have seen them over the line and at 2/1, they are a great price to see off misfiring Wolfsburg.

Wolfsburg took a respectable point off Bayer Leverkusen last time out in the league but it was the second successive game in which they have failed to score and they have picked up only one win in their last six games.

Mainz can be competitive against inconsistent Bayern

WhatMainz v Bayern Munich
WhereMewa Arena
When14.30, Saturday 22nd April 2023
How to watchbet365 European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights
OddsMainz 17/4, Draw 7/2, Bayern Munich 4/7

Having been dumped out of the Champions League by Manchester City this week and by no means home and dry in the title race, it is fair to say things have not gone brilliantly for Bayern Munich since the arrival of Thomas Tuchel.

Tuchel's first six games in charge of the Bavarians have yielded two wins, two draws and two defeats and punters should be cautious of backing them at 4/7 away to Mainz.

Mainz can be slippery opponents - they have already beaten Bayer Leverkusen, Borussia Monchengladbach and Leipzig in the league this year - and they are on a nine-game unbeaten run in the top flight.

With that in mind, the result market should be swerved but goals could certainly be on the cards at the Mewa Arena.

Both teams have scored in four of Mainz's last five matches in the league, while Bayern Munich's Bundesliga matches have averaged a division-high 3.86 goals per game this term.

A bet on both teams to score and over 2.5 goals could therefore be a value play at 5/6.

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Expect another Hoffenheim triumph 

WhatHoffenheim v Cologne
WhereRhein-Neckar Arena
When14.30, Saturday 22nd April 2023
How to watchbet365 European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights
OddsHoffenheim 23/20, Draw 13/5, Cologne 9/4

After a slow start, Hoffenheim finally seem to have clicked under Pellegrino Matarazzo.

The club dropped to the foot of the table under the stewardship of the American coach, who joined in early February, but three wins and a draw from their last four games moved them five points clear of the bottom three.

Their most recent point came on the road at Bayern Munich last time out and they can follow that impressive result with a win over Cologne.

Hoffenheim have won each of their last two matches at the Rhein-Neckar Arena against Hertha Berlin and Schalke and Cologne are not exactly flying right now.

The Billy Goats are in mid-table obscurity in the Bundesliga, clear of relegation but highly unlikely to forge a push for the European places.

They were hammered 6-1 away to Dortmund last month and have since taken only four points from three games, so they could be worth opposing in this one.

Dortmund can put the pressure on leaders Bayern

WhatBorussia Dortmund v Eintracht Frankfurt
WhereSignal Iduna Park
When17.30, Saturday 22nd April 2023
How to watchbet365 European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights, Sky Sports Mix
OddsBorussia Dortmund 8/13, Draw 7/2, Eintracht Frankfurt 15/4

The evening kick-off on Saturday pits highflyers Borussia Dortmund against an Eintracht Frankfurt side on a miserable run of form and it is hard to see this match not going the way of the hosts at Signal Iduna Park.

Frankfurt took a point off Borussia Monchengladbach last time out but that was their seventh consecutive match without a win in the Bundesliga.

They are remarkably still in the mix for a place in the top six but they have lost four of their last five matches on the road and could be out of their depth away to Dortmund.

Die Schwarzgelben should sniff blood in the Bundesliga title race given Bayern Munich's stuttering start to life under Thomas Tuchel and they were unlucky not to claim maximum points against Stuttgart last time out, having been denied victory by a 97th-minute equaliser which made it 3-3.

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