Bundesliga Predictions December 19: Matchday 16 Betting List

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Bremen-Leipzig (6.30pm)

Following back-to-back losses to Stuttgart and Leverkusen, Bremen is finally showing signs of life. They defeated Augsburg 2-0 over the previous two days then bravely drew 2-2 on Gladbach’s field. With just five points separating them from the relegation zone, the hosts are currently in fifth-to-last place in the rankings. The day’s opponent is the lightning-fast Leipzig team, who have won four of the previous five Bundesliga games. This run has seen them move up to third place, seven points above the leaders, but they are still just one point clear of Stuttgart.


Starting with the first game option, which is based on outcome 2 (best odds of 1.60 on SNAI), I suggest the multigol 3-4 (< /span>best odds 1.28 on Better< /span>) as an ambitious alternative.(result corner above 7.5). The final piece of advise is predicated on GoldBet’s best odds of 2.35.

Dortmund-Mainz (8.30pm)

The context in the championship appears to be very different, as they have won just one match in the last seven days, for a ranking that speaks of a fifth place, five points away from the Champions League zone. Meanwhile, in the Champions League, the yellow and blacks celebrate first place in group F ahead of Milan and PSG, with relative passage to the round of 16, where they will face PSV.

Now let’s move on to Mainz, where we have a team that is only one point from safety but actually finds itself in last place on equal points with Darmstadt. There was just one win for the visitors in this first round of the Bundesliga, with six ties and eight losses overall. Their attacking performance was dreadful, scoring only 12 goals, which was the second lowest in the league.


This time, the most demanding player might consider the thenogol outcome (best odds 2.40 on SNAI), and the first betting suggestion is the combobet 1+over 1.5 (best odds 1.63 on GoldBet). The third wager is the combobet over 0.5 first half+over 0.5 second half (best odds 1.36 on Better).

Hoffenheim-Darmstadt (8.30pm)

With just one win in the final six days of the competition, the local Hoffenheim team falls out of the European spots and sits in seventh place, one point outside the Conference League zone. Despite having a strong scoring average thus far, the team has conceded 27 goals in a crucial period of possession. There’s now a match on the schedule that looks reasonable on paper, especially when played at home against a Darmstadt squad that dropped to last place—shared with Mainz—and is still one point outside of the safety zone. Data about a defense that has let up 38 goals so far—the poorest department in the entire Teutonic tournament—is especially concerning.


Starting with the initial gaming tip, which in this case relates to the outcome 1, (best odds 1.45 on SNAI), I suggest the outcome over 1.5 first half (best odds 2.10 on GoldBet) for the most demanding players. Here is the corner outcome over 9.5 (best odds 1.78 on Better a>) as a last recommendation.