Do you think Bayern Munich will be able to defeat Mainz? If they manage, they will come extremely close to break Bundesliga record.
• Bayern are close to writing history
• Mainz or Darmstad success would be shocking surprise
• Aubameyang broke Bundesliga record
Mainz will host title-holder Bayern Munich in the 7th round of the championship. Bundesliga betting tips and odds given by online sportsbooks suggest that the Bavarian side will win rather easily. Upon claiming victory, they would be only one more win away to break Bundesliga record of the best season start.
Bayern are also one of the few teams in Europe who haven’t dropped any points in the season. The Italian TUTTOmercatoWEB.com collected the best doing teams of the European championships: The Bavarians’streak of six victories is only matched by Aberdeen of Scotland (quite surprising actually, that it’s not Celtic dominating the Scottish Premiership), and superseded only by Ferencvaros from Hungary, who have won 9. Borussia Dortmund have also started the season in great form. They could be on the same list with Bayern, had they not dropped points at home against newly promoted Darmstadt in the last round.
Bayern Munich are unstoppable so far
Pep Guardiola’s men have won 6 out of the first 6 domestic matches this season. The record is starting the footballing year by 7 wins, something the Bavarian side aims to reach and break Bundesliga record. They have high hopes of being able to do that as they will visit Mainz, a team which has not been showing outstanding performances lately – they have won 3 and lost 3 out of their first 6 games.
Sports betting sites give no chance for the smaller side
The most popular online gambling sites in Germany, such as Bet365 Sportsbook, predict that Bayern Munich will get one more step closer to break Bundesliga record after the encounter against Mainz. The online sportsbook has set the odds for Bayern’s success at 1.22 (11/50) while Martin Schmidt’s men are underdogs with their 12.00 (11/1) odds.
Can Bayern defeat Mainz with important players being forced to the sideline?
Even though the fact that Pep Guardiola will not be able to count on the services of Ribery and Robben, their squad is still far better than that of the opponent team. In addition, Robert Lewandowski will be available, and will hope to break Bundesliga record again. He did that last week, when he scored the fastest hat trick and the fastest five-goal haul in Bundesliga history in addition to becoming the only substitute to score more than 3 goals.
Dortmund seek another victory against Darmstadt
Borussia Dortmund were also quite close to break Bundesliga record, however they failed to win their last game as they tied 1-1 versus Hoffenheim. Now the dreams of becoming the first Bundesliga team to win 8 out of the first 8 matches are gone, however Die Borussen are in hopes of collecting the 3 points again at home. They have pretty high chances of being able to do that as they host Darmstadt, who competed in the second division during the previous season.
Darmstadt have been doing surprisingly well so far this season
Even though the fact that Darmstadt are huge underdogs for their upcoming encounter at Signal Iduna Park, they can be proud of their performances so far. They collected 9 points already, and have lost only 1 of their 6 matches – that, against the unstoppable Bayern Munich. This time another loss is predicted for them by online sportsbooks in Germany as the online betting odds for Darmstad’s success are 15.00 (14/1), but even a draw is highly unlikely with its 8.00 (7/1) odds.
Aubameyang could be the key player for BVB
Not only Bayern and Lewandowski can break Bundesliga records, Aubameyang has also been playing in an amazing form recently. Upon equalizing against Hoffenheim, he became the first player ever to score in each one of the first 6 games in the Bundesliga. The Gabonese forward seeks to increase that number to 7 and it is not impossible according to Bet365 Sportsbook, who gave 1.53 (53/100) odds for the 26-year-old striker to score a goal against Darmstadt.