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Bundesliga Saturday Accumulator: In-form Bayer Leverkusen head 9/1 acca

It's another big Saturday of Bundesliga action with six matches in total potentially having a big impact at the top and bottom ends of the table, and we've picked out an appealing 19/1 acca...

Saturday’s Bundesliga four-fold acca

Bayer Leverkusen Double Chance @ 2/5
RB Leipzig to win @ 2/5
Stuttgart to win @ 5/6
Werder Bremen to win @ 19/10

Odds were correct at time of writing and are subject to change.

Xabi Alonso has Bayer Leverkusen on a roll

WhatUnion Berlin v Bayer Leverkusen
WhereStadion An der Alten Forsterei
When14:30, Saturday 29th April
How to watchbet365 European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights 
OddsUnion Berlin 15/8, Draw 12/5, Bayer Leverkusen 7/5

Bayer Leverkusen are into the top six and could yet qualify for next season’s Champions League after a run that has seen them unbeaten in their last eight league games.

Xabi Alonso’s men have won six of those eight matches ahead of their trip to the capital, while Leverkusen have conceded just one goal in their last four Bundesliga fixtures.

They face a Union Berlin team who are three places and eight points ahead of them, but the hosts have won just three of their last nine league matches.

Union’s home form is impressive though, with Urs Fischer’s side unbeaten on home soil this season, recording nine wins and five draws in their 14 games.

Leverkusen are seeking a double over Union, after winning 5-0 in the reverse fixture back in November with Moussa Diaby bagging a brace.

RB Leipzig look to bounce back

WhatRB Leipzig v Hoffenheim
WhereRed Bull Arena
When14:30, Saturday 29th April
How to watchbet365 European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights 
OddsRB Leipzig 2/5, Draw 4/1, Hoffenheim 13/2

RB Leipzig’s 2-0 defeat at Bayer Leverkusen last week thwarted their attempts to seal three wins in the spin, but they will expect to return to winning ways this Saturday.

Marco Rose’s team are still battling to qualify for next season’s Champions League, with Leipzig in fifth heading into the weekend.

They face a Hoffenheim team who also lost last weekend, going down 3-1 at home to Cologne, a result that still leaves them embroiled in the relegation scrap.

The visitors have collected four points from their last two away games, but had lost six in a row on the road prior to those two matches.

The head-to-head stats certainly favour the home team, who have won the last three meetings - including a 3-1 DFB Pokal tie in February.

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Stuttgart desperate for the points

WhatStuttgart v Borussia Monchengladbach
WhereMercedes-Benz Arena
When14:30, Saturday 29th April
How to watchbet365 European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights 
OddsStuttgart 5/6, Draw 3/1, Borussia Monchengladbach 3/1

Fighting for their survival, Stuttgart will look to make it four games unbeaten when they play host to Borussia Monchengladbach on Saturday.

The home team are currently third from bottom, two points behind Bochum and will see a clash with Monchengladbach, who have nothing to play for, as the perfect opportunity to help their cause.

Currently sat in mid-table, Monchengladbach have won one of their last eight and have failed to win any of their last five away games.

Stuttgart won this fixture 3-2 last season, fighting back from two goals down, with Wataru Endo among the scorers.

The Japanese midfielder scored in last week’s draw with Augsburg and can be backed at 15/4 to score at anytime on Saturday.

Werder Bremen can add to Schalke woes

WhatSchalke v Werder Bremen
WhereVeltins Arena
When17:30, Saturday 29th April
How to watchbet365 European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights 
OddsSchalke 11/8, Draw 5/2, Werder Bremen 19/10

Schalke are involved in another relegation battle and face a big game at home to Werder Bremen, who themselves are still not sure of their Bundesliga future.

The hosts are second from bottom and three points from safety, having suffered another heavy defeat last week - losing 4-0 at Freiburg.

Thomas Reis’ men have won just one of their last six league games and that victory came against bottom club, Hertha Berlin.

Werder haven’t been in great form themselves, but they have collected five points from their last three away games.

The visitors are unbeaten in their last six meetings with Schalke and have won their last two, including a 4-1 win in Bundesliga II last season.

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