Werder Bremen vs. Mainz: Both teams to score
Bremen entertain Mainz on the weekend with just three points separating the two teams.
The two teams are in the top six for the league for BTTS stats, with Bremen joint top with 78% of their matches seeing BTTS.
Six of the last eight games involving the two have also seen both teams to score and there is good value here.
Union Berlin vs. Borussia Dortmund: Both teams to score
The surprise early league leaders Union Berlin entertain Borussia Dortmund in a vital game for both teams.
The two teams are surprisingly low for games involving both teams to score; however we should see goals here.
The last six games involving the two have seen 24 goals scored at an average of four per fixture!
Leeds vs. Arsenal: Arsenal
Arsenal are going for a ninth league win in ten matches when they travel to Leeds United on Sunday.
The Gunners have made a superb start to the season and face a Leeds side without a win in their last five matches.
Arsenal won both meetings last term, including a 4-1 victory at Elland Road, with Gabriel Martinelli scoring twice.
Liverpool vs. Manchester City: Manchester City
Last season’s top two sides go head to head on Sunday as Liverpool entertain the champions Manchester City.
Given the respective form of the two sides, it’s hard to look past an away victory and City have a good recent record against Liverpool in the league.
City are less than evens to win at Anfield which only highlights how much the hosts have struggled and how many absentees they will have on Sunday.
Bayern Munich vs. Freiburg: Bayern Munich
Bayern Munich haven’t made the best of starts to the season and go into Sunday’s game below Freiburg in the league.
Munich have won four of the last five involving the two, including both meetings last season.
1.25 is probably as long as Munich have ever been in a home game with Freiburg and they should record another win.