Bayern München predictions with latest odds and stats
- Number of Bets: 44
- Winning Bets: 27
- Average Odds: 1.82
- Overall Stake : 353
- Profit: 364.02
- Yield: 3.12 %
To call the Bavarians a dominant Bundesliga team would be the understatement of the century.
They’re coming into the 2019/20 Bundesliga season after 8 consecutive championship titles and a Champions League triumph. Bayern is such a powerhouse of world football that their victory can hardly be questioned at this point – the German top-flight holds very few challenges for them.
At odds of 1.12 for an outright championship win, it’s questionable whether putting down a bet on Bayern Munich is ever worth the time. To be fair, with a large enough stake it could essentially be a free bet – though for a minimal profit margin.
Overall, a Champions League bet is probably the more interesting options. The reigning champs are favoured at odds of 3.75.
Bayern Key Players
When a squad lifts the UEFA silver, you don’t go around changing things unless you really have to. Fortunately for Bayern – they don’t. The same roster of world-class players you’ve come to know and love will be performing in the upcoming season.
Speaking of which, the 2019/20 season was a particularly fruitful year for many squad members. Thomas Müller took the record for most assists in any domestic league with 21. Robert Lewandowski secured another title of the Bundesliga’s top goalscorer, which makes 4 out of the past 5 seasons.
That said, there were still a few notable additions. Leroy Sané came over from Man City in a massive 45.00 million-euro deal, which will give Bayern’s attacks even more width with Serge Gnabry on the other wing.
Conversely, midfielder Thiago left the squad for Liverpool which might be considered a slight blow in the creative department for the Bavarian behemoths.
As the most successful team in Germany, Bayern is the one everyone likes to hate. They have more money than anyone else, and all fans of other clubs don’t like that. The bigger games are against Schalke, Hamburger, Stuttgart and Werder, but the only one called Die Klassiker is the match against Borussia Dortmund. Regional rival is Nurnberg (Bavarian derby), while local rivals Munchen 1864 (Munich Derby) is currently in 3rd league.
Bayern won 29 titles and 19 cup. It is the best record in Germany and one of the best in Europe. That speaks enough about ambitions they have before the season starts. They are not just the richest club in Germany, but also one of the richest in Europe, with only Manchester United, Real Madrid and Barcelona above them. It is interesting that they become members of the Bundesliga in 1963, and since those days, this is the best period for Bavarian giants with the longest run of domination in German football (7 Bundesliga titles, 4 Cups and 1 Champions League in 7 years)
The home ground is Allianz Arena with 75.000 capacity.
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