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Bundesliga Saturday Accumulator: Dortmund hoping to maintain their lead in 23/1 four-fold

After the first international break of 2023, the Bundesliga returns in style on Saturday, with six matches scheduled.

There are games impacting teams at both ends of the table to look forward to, none more so than the battle at the top in the latest instalment of Die Klassiker.

With Bayern Munich now under the stewardship of Thomas Tuchel, Dortmund will look to secure a famous win that would increase their lead at the top of the table to four points.

Elsewhere, Union Berlin will look to inflict more misery on rock-bottom Stuttgart, while Schalke will try to move out of the bottom two when they host Bayer Leverkusen.

RB Leipzig will try to return to the top four, but they have a tough challenge in front of them as they prepare to host mid-table Mainz.

Saturday's 23/1 Bundesliga four-fold acca:

Mainz double chance vs RB Leipzig @ 11/8

Bayer Leverkusen to beat Schalke @ 10/11

Union Berlin to beat VfB Stuttgart @ 21/20

Borussia Dortmund double chance vs Bayern Munich @ 13/8

Odds correct at the time of writing and are subject to change

Mainz can punish inconsistent Leipzig

WhatRB Leipzig v Mainz
WhereRed Bull Arena, Leipzig
When14:30, Saturday 1st April 2023
How to watchbet365 live Sports Streaming
OddsRB Leipzig 8/15, Draw 7/2, Mainz 9/2

The international break came at the perfect time for RB Leipzig, who are now out of the top four after a poor run of results.

Marco Rose's men lost their last two matches before the break, with Manchester City thumping them 7-0 in the Champions League, while Bochum then beat them 1-0 in the Bundesliga.

Leipzig do have a strong home record in their favour, though, having only lost once at home since September.

Mainz will need to be at their best to get a result, but the signs are they can pick up a share of the points on Saturday.

Bo Svensson's side are unbeaten in six matches in the Bundesliga, while they have only lost one in four on their travels. They secured a 1-1 draw in the first meeting and can pick up a share of the points via the double chance market at 11/8.

Leverkusen can spoil Schalke's fun

WhatSchalke v Bayer Leverkusen
WhereVELTINS-Arena, Gelsenkirchen
When14:30, Saturday 1st April 2023
How to watchN/A
OddsSchalke 14/5, Draw 11/4, Bayer Leverkusen 10/11

Even though they remain in the bottom two in the Bundesliga, Schalke have enjoyed an upturn in results recently, and they will fancy their chances of securing at least a point when they host Bayer Leverkusen.

Thomas Reis has led his team to an eight-match unbeaten run, but with six of those games ending level, they remain in the bottom two. They have every chance of avoiding relegation if they can maintain this recent form, but now face a Leverkusen outfit who look like they mean business of late.

Xabi Alonso's men have won five on the spin and are unbeaten in seven, and they have scored at least two goals in five consecutive matches.

Schalke could be without as many as 12 first-team players for Saturday's battle, and that should play its part, with Leverkusen a fair price to win at 10/11

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Union Berlin to add to Stuttgart's woes

WhatUnion Berlin v Stuttgart
WhereStadion An der Alten Forsterei, Berlin
When14:30, Saturday 1st April 2023
How to watchN/A
OddsUnion Berlin 21/20, Draw 11/5, VfB Stuttgart 29/10

Time is running out for Stuttgart if they want to avoid relegation, and as the Bundesliga prepares to get back underway, they are bottom of the pile.

They are only one win away from potentially climbing up to 15th, so this is no time to wave the white flag, but they face a difficult challenge on Saturday when they travel to the capital.

Union Berlin may have only won three in 10 in all competitions, but they have only lost twice during that spell, and they should have too much for a Stuttgart team who have won once in five at 21/20.

Pressure on Tuchel from the outset

WhatBayern Munich v Borussia Dortmund
WhereAllianz Arena, Munich
When17:30, Saturday 1st April 2023
How to watchbet365 live Sports Streaming, Sky Sports Football
OddsBayern Munich 9/20, Draw 4/1, Borussia Dortmund 5/1

The latest instalment of Die Klassiker could be the biggest for a long time, as Thomas Tuchel takes charge of Bayern Munich for the first time against former club Borussia Dortmund.

The former Chelsea boss has replaced Julian Nagelsmann at the Allianz Arena, and he needs to hit the ground running, with Dortmund one point clear.

A 2-1 defeat to Leverkusen last time was the final straw for the Bayern board as Nagelsmann was cut adrift, while Dortmund come into this game on the back of a 6-1 victory over FC Cologne.

With Tuchel only having a few days to work with his full squad due to the break, we fancy Dortmund to earn a share of the points via the double chance market at 13/8.

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