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Bundesliga I Predictions > May 27th

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The final round of matches from the 2022/23 German Bundesliga I are coming our way this weekend. It's been an incredible season and the title race will go down to the wire after Bayern Munich's second-half capitulation at home to RB Leipzig on the weekend. Borussia Dortmund know that a win at home to Mainz 05 in their game will seal the title for the first time since 2012. A draw or defeat and it'll give Bayern Munich a chance to sneak back in.

RB Leipzig sealed their place in next season's Champions League with that stunning 3-1 win at Bayern but the fourth and final spot at European football's top table next season will go to either Union Berlin or Freiburg. Union edge it on goal difference right now and simply need to equal or better Freiburg's result here. The team that misses out will go into the Europa League with the likes of Wolfsburg, Bayer Leverkusen, and Eintracht Frankfurt fighting it out for European involvement next season.

At the other end of the table, it's a little bit chaotic. Hertha Berlin have already had their relegation confirmed and they'll be joined by two of the four from Schalke, VfL Bochum, VfB Stuttgart, and Augsburg. Hoffenheim's 2 wins from their last 3 league games appears to have just done enough to save them this season. Take a look at the odds above and tell us your predictions for these final batch of matches below! :ok

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Mönchengladbach vs FC Augsburg




Doubtful: Omlin (14/0 g), Weigl (22/1 m, probably in), Scally (28/0 d, probably in)

Out (injuries/other): Koné (30/1 m), Kramer (29/0 m)



FC Augsburg


Out (injuries/other): Strobl (0/0 m), Hahn (7/2 m), Gikiewicz (23/0 first goalkeeper), Baumgartlinger (16/0 m, out for the season), Oxford (3/0 d, out for the season), Jensen (20/2 m), Iago (22/0 d)

Suspended: Uduokhai (19/0 d)


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Interesting facts based only on statistics
FC Augsburg scored at least one goal in 88% of away games.
Mönchengladbach scored at least two goals in 63% of home games.
66% chance that both Mönchengladbach and FC Augsburg will score in this game.
47% chance that both Mönchengladbach and FC Augsburg will score in first-half.
63% chance that both team will score and goal count will be over 2.5 goals.
66% chance that there will be more than 2 goals in this game.
57% chance that there will be more than 3 goals in this game.
79% chance that there will be at least 1 goal in the first-half.
60% chance that there will be at least 2 goals in the first-half.
35% chance that there will be at least 3 goals in the first-half.
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Werder Bremen vs Bayern Munich

Werder finished the previous campaign in 13th place and three points clear from the relegation zone. Nevertheless, they didn't worry about survival much since a poor streak saw them dripping to the bottom half of the table. Their goal in the upcoming competition is to stay safe in the middle of the table and secure their place in the German top flight. Werder hasn't been too active on the market this summer, but they brought two promising players. Their midfield will be strengthened with Naby Keïta, who joined Werder from Liverpool in a free transfer, and Senne Lynen, who came to Weserstadion from Union SG in a 2 million deal. A couple of players went in the opposite direction, including Niklas Schmidt and Fabio Chiarodia, who joined Toulouse and Borussia Monchengladbach, respectively. It is going to be a tough challenge for the home side, but they hope they can surprise the rivals.

The Bavarians retained the title in a mindblowing finish of the season, with Borussia Dortmund having a match ball for the trophy. Nevertheless, BVB couldn't do more than a 2-2 draw against Mainz at home, while Jamal Musiala's 89th-minute winner away to Koln kept the trophy at Allianz Arena. However, this campaign didn't start well for Bayern. They were outclassed in the German Super Cup game against RB Leipzig, suffering a heavy 3-0 loss. Seems there's still much work for Thomas Tuchel to shape the team and define roles. On the other hand, Bayern ended the Harry Kane transfer saga successfully. Additionally, Min-jae Kim and Raphaël Guerreiro strengthened the backline, while Konrad Laimer joined from RB Leipzig. We'll see if the defending champions are set for a successful start to the new campaign.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction

Bayern is a favorite in this clash, but the bookies underestimated the hosts. The visitors still don't look too convincing, and Werder shouldn't lose this game by more than a goal.

Goals Market Prediction

Head-to-head clashes between these two teams have been very interesting, and this one shouldn't be much different. We think the crowd will enjoy an entertaining match where both teams should score at least once.

Werder Bremen AH +1.75 @ 2.02

BTTS Yes @ 1.57

Correct score 1:2 @ 8.25

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