Bayern Munich 1.11 To Win at Home on Sunday

Published on January 30th, 2016 3:56 pm EST

Bayern Munich will look to continue their dominant Bundesliga campaign on Sunday when they play host to Hoffenheim.

Heading into this game, Bayern Munich sits atop the Bundesliga table with a record of 16-1-1 (49 points). They are followed by Borussia Dortmund, which has a total of 44 points but with one more game played.

Hoffenheim, on the other hand, is sitting at the opposite end of the table with a record of 2-8-8 (14 points). Hoffenheim is in real danger of being relegated and they obviously need to turn their season around quickly in order to avoid being sent down at the conclusion of the season.


Hoffenheim will not only have to do battle against one of the top clubs in the world, but they will also need to do so away from home.

Bayern Munich has been perfect at home so far this season, compiling 27 points over the course of 9 home games. Hoffenheim, on the other hand, has managed just 6 points away from home this season.

Bayern Munich enters this game on a three game winning streak, while Hoffenheim is 1-1-1 in their last three.

Bayern Munich has allowed just three goals at home so far this season, while Hoffenheim has managed to score just 8 on the road. Bayern Munich has scored a whopping 3.56 goals per game in front of their home fans this season - in short, Hoffenheim will likely need some divine interference to win on Sunday.


Here are the odds for Sunday's game:

Bayern Munich, 1.11
Draw, 9.00
Hoffenheim, 26.00

As you can see, Bayern Munich is the clear favourite to win. These two teams could play at Bayern Munich 100 times, and Hoffenheim would probably be fortunate to win 1-2 times. There is a massive talent gap between the two sides, and Bayern Munich at 1.11 is probably generous.

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