Bundesliga Odds

Bundesliga betting odds have been gaining popularity with online US sportsbooks despite the dominance of Bayern Munich, which has ruled the German football league. German soccer has been considered part of the ‘Big-4’ European leagues for decades along with English Premier League, Italian Serie A and La Liga.

Because of Bayern Munich, a good chunk of Bundesliga betting action in recent years happens during the regular season on a game-by-game basis. The Bundesliga campaign is a little shorter than most of the major European soccer leagues, as they only play 34 rounds of action because there are only 18 teams making up the schedule.

Home
Draw
Away
VfB Stuttgart
VFB
1. FC Cologne
KOE
Home
Draw
Away
Bayern Munich
BMU
Eintracht Frankfurt
SGE
FSV Mainz
MAI
Borussia Monchengladbach
BMG
RB Leipzig
RBL
Hertha BSC
BSC
Union Berlin
UNI
SC Freiburg
SCF

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Bundesliga Betting Odds Explained

Bundesliga odds look a lot like other soccer betting odds. You can bet on an outright winner, a tie and totals, as well as prop bets such as first-half score or if your favorite player will score.

The first set of betting odds you will see when you go to make your Bundesliga bet is known as a 3-Way line, aka the 1x2 odds. For instance, is a game featuring Borussia Dortmund against Leipzig, you might see Borussia Dortmund (+125), Leipzig (+205) and Draw (+275). A $100 wager on Dortmund would net you $125 in profit.

Click on a matchup and you will be able to compare betting odds from multiple sportsbook for the game you are considering.

As the regular season plays out each year, every game will feature its own list of lines on sides, totals and numerous other prop bets. Betting on the home team to win (1), the road team to win (2) or the draw (X) is what makes up the 1x2 lines. Home teams are commonly priced a bit higher during league play, which leaves value to those who look for draws or road teams to find points.


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Spreads

Spread betting is a major part of German football wagering, as moving the lines to a -0.5 or -1 handicap can influence ones return on investment. Many German Bundesliga bettors will find themselves laying multiple goals on the Asian handicaps, which involves spreads but holds both risks and rewards.

Asian handicap lines can be played on both sides of the field for a Bundesliga match, as a -1 or -1.5 handicap on a home-team goal line will bring a much nicer return. At the same token, taking teams to cover the +1 and +1.5 handicaps can also be a big part of your betting strategy, but the prices will adjust and it can be hard to find value, which is the key to all sports betting.

Moneyline

Moneyline wagering on Bundesliga odds has become a tougher proposition because the linesetters don’t make it easy to just take home teams to win anymore. The home-team advantage in Bundesliga doesn’t leave much room for a decent profit being that the oddsmakers are always expecting Bundesliga teams to play well in front on their own grounds.

That is why many bettors avoid picking an outright winner when they bet on these games and instead look to Asian handicaps, props and more commonly, the totals market.


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Totals

Betting on totals in German soccer is very common, and often very profitable because scoring in Bundesliga is the thing to do! Goal scoring has led many Bundesliga bettors to the over, and that will not likely be changing anytime soon. So if you are betting on Wolfsburg vs Mainz, instead of picking a side, jump on the totals.

Back in the day, Bundesliga bettors had to settle for heavy juice on a 2.5 total, and although it was an easy choice to splash the over, the value simply wasn’t there. Luckily, in today’s game, there are multiple handicap lines on totals that offer prices on 3.5 and even 4 goals in a match.

That makes it, at least, more affordable and worth the action on some high-scoring affairs. There are no shootouts or any type of overtime period during league play, as all matches will be graded after 90 minutes plus any extra time added to the game.