Ever since stating their objective was not a Champions League place, but the Bundesliga stay, Borussia Dortmund started playing better. Now, BVB is getting ready for the Bundesliga trip to Hamburg.
Borussia Dortmund secured a DFB Pokal quarter-final qualification after a 2-0 win over Dynamo Dresden, where Immobile scored a brace in the second half. They would have lost the tie if it were up to Mats Hummels, who lost the ball to Eilers right after Immobile opened the score. Langerak saved the team from the blushes and they can now fully concentrate on Bundesliga. Don’t hesitate and use the services of the best betting broker for original accounts.
After the 0-8 disaster against Bayern Munich, Hamburg’s attempts to escape relegation zone are proving futile. They lost against Eintracht Frankfurt (they have Meier) but managed to record an unexpected 1-1 draw against Gladbach.
Zinnbauer is aware Behrami will lead Hamburg on the pitch and is willing to build the team around him if the medical staff will give the ok until Friday. Dortmund has improved greatly in the last couple of matches, and they are the obvious favorites to win, even if in the last five matches, including the ones when they were at the top of their form, they only have one win, while Hamburg has four wins. If Cleber does indeed return in his center-back role, Immobile and Aubameyang will have trouble scoring early in the game. Speaking about goals, BVB has scored at least three in their last four Bundesliga matches, and in their four wins, they have conceded four goals, against Mainz and Stuttgart, the last placed Bundesliga team.
Hamburg has 6.00 odds to win, Dortmund 1.53, and a draw with a lot of goals has 4.33 odds. We are going to bet 7 units on Hamburg to score in the second half with 2.20 odds from Bet365, the best bookmaker for football.