2.Bundesliga 2019/20 season Free Betting Tips

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2.Bundesliga 2019/20 season Free Betting Tips

2.Bundesliga 2019/20 season Free Betting Tips

After more than two months of a mandatory break due to the Corona pandemic, the 2nd Bundesliga bets start into the final sprint at the weekend with the 26th matchday canceled on March 13th. The three top teams Bielefeld, VfB Stuttgart and HSV are all in action on Sunday. However, there was already a setback when trying to return to everyday life at least halfway, provided that this is possible with ghost games and under strict hygiene and safety regulations.

Dynamo Dresden in quarantine 😷

Dynamo Dresden in quarantine

Due to two further positive corona tests, Dynamo Dresden has been in a 14-day quarantine since last Saturday, including the coaching and supervisory staff. The encounter of the SGD at Hannover 96 can therefore take place just as little as a week later the home game against the SpVgg Greuther Fürth.

Subject to further infections, at least eight pairings will take place on Saturday and Sunday. Linked to this is at least a bit of hope that sporting events can cause distraction. There is definitely excitement, as the last nine game days are all about ascent and descent. In our 2nd Bundesliga bets, we focus on the race for the Bundesliga, with two of the three hottest promotion aspirants directly meeting teams that are concerned about points for relegation.

The top betting tips for the 2nd Bundesliga

Arminia Bielefeld vs VfL Osnabruck Free Betting Tips

Arminia Bielefeld vs VfL Osnabruck Free Betting Tips

Date: Sunday, May 17th, 2020

With a seven-point advantage over third place, Arminia Bielefeld is in an excellent starting position. The front-runner, for whom the interruption after a strong start to 2020 with 17 points from seven games came at an extremely unfavorable time, wants to pick up directly on the form before Corona and make the leap into the Bundesliga perfect.

The home strength demonstrated after the winter break with four victories in their own stadium without conceding any goals should also come into play without an audience. Attacker Andreas Voglsammer, who would normally not have been able to participate this season due to a metatarsal fracture in January, is probably not yet a full-fledged option, but will serve as a beacon of hope for the coming weeks.

At VfL Osnabrück, one should not have been unhappy about the break since the downward spiral of the promoted team was spinning at the beginning of the year. The purple-whites from the last eight games without a win scored just three points. A previously comfortable starting position was almost used up. Only four points separate the VfL from the relegation zone, so that the alarm sirens naturally have to shrill. All the more so because the task in Bielefeld is tough and a false start is imminent. Especially then, should Osnabrück present itself as in the 2: 6 against SV Wehen Wiesbaden in the last match to date.

We assume that Osnabrück used the long break to refuel in every respect, but the grapes are high in Bielefeld. If the Arminia gets back on track as hoped, the points remain on the mountain pasture.

Betting Tips: Bielefeld wins
Odds: 1.75

 

Arminia Bielefeld vs VfL Osnabruck Free Betting Tips

Greuther Furth vs Hamburger SV Free Betting Tips

Date: Sunday, May 17th, 2020

Just a few hours before the planned kick-off, the game to which Hamburger SV had already traveled was canceled on March 13. Now the Hanseatic people, who have been camping in the quarantine training camp in Herzogenaurach, which is in the immediate vicinity of Fürth, have started the next attempt to take countable items from Franconia with them.

As third in the table, HSV is in the role of the hunter and must not allow himself to slip first, should it go back directly to the Bundesliga. The relegation should be avoided as far as possible and the fourth-placed 1. FC Heidenheim should not be ignored.

After a difficult phase, HSV managed a 2-1 win against SSV Jahn Regensburg in the last game before the Corona break, which should now be followed by a playful increase with the same commitment. The trainer Dieter Hecking gives everyone a lot of options, apart from Jan Gyamerah, that are otherwise only available from VfB Stuttgart in the league.

In Fürth, however, the HSV does not expect an easy task, as the SpVgg does not accidentally rank sixth and is therefore one of the few clubs that are almost free of relegation worries. At the same time, however, intervention in the promotion race with eight points behind in third place is no longer realistic – unless there is a direct victory against HSV. However, the climb is not the Fürth goal anyway. Rather, they wanted to consolidate at the Ronhof this season and develop players according to the existing club philosophy, which was particularly successful with Jamie Leweling, Paul Seguin or Sebastian Ernst, who was banned against HSV.

Nevertheless, the HSV naturally has more quality and experience in the squad. Reaching this potential has not always succeeded, however. After the long interruption, however, we expect sharpened senses in the red trousers, which could lead to a close victory.

Betting Tips: Hamburg wins
Odds: 1.85

SV Wehen Wiesbaden vs VfB Stuttgart

SV Wehen Wiesbaden vs VfB Stuttgart Free Betting Tips

Date: Sunday, May 17th

In the last game before the interruption, VfB Stuttgart missed a big point in the 1-1 draw against Arminia Bielefeld. The lead to third place with one point is still extremely thin and every mistake could cost the direct promotion place. At SV Wehen Wiesbaden, concentrated Swabians can therefore be expected, which should also be out for revenge. Because, of course, VfB have not forgotten the 1: 2 home defeat that was surprisingly suffered in the first leg.

At SVWW, of course, people like to think back to the coup in the Mercedes-Benz-Arena, which was an integral part of a race to catch up after a completely failed start to the season. However, in the last nine matchdays, the promoters will go to relegation place 16 and are therefore at risk. The fact that the shutdown followed just after a 6-2 victory at VfL Osnabrück in early March was certainly not optimal for the team of coach Rüdiger Rehm, who would have liked to take this momentum with them.

How both teams come from the break, of course, can not really be assessed. There is no doubt, however, that Stuttgart is better staffed in all respects. And warned by the first leg, VfB will tackle the game with a high level of concentration – and sink the three points.

Betting Tips: Stuttgart wins
Odds: 1.75