After we hope was just a minor setback in the week we back on the betting trail this weekend as we again look to add some extra lolly to the pot as we look forward to a busy weekend of football.
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After winning six games in a row, Borussia Dortmund’s fine form came to a halt in the Bundesliga in the past two matches where the suffered successive defeats to Stuttgart and Frankfurt. This weekend Dortmund once again face a tough task as the face the form team in Germany, Bayern Munich. The powerhouse of Bavarian football have reeled off eight straight victories, and with Arjen Robben, Thomas Muller and Frank Ribery all in good goal-scoring nick, another Bayern win looks on the agenda on Saturday.
Also on Saturday, Roma look to extend their fabulous hot-streak when they entertain Sicilians Palermo
The last time Roma lost any game was against Udinese in the league in late October. Since then the Giallorossi have qualified for the latter stages of the Europa League, have put one foot in the final of the Coppa Italia and have reached the second spot in Serie A. But Palermo are also a team in a fine run of form, coach Delio Rossi has worked wonders at crisis-ridden club, and the men in pink are currently fifth in the Serie A standings and a point off a Champions League berth.
Once again we find ourselves trying to take advantage of the straight-forward and simple as we bet on three hopeful bankers.
On Sunday in Portugal, Braga continue their quest to upset the natural order and steal the title against Maritimo. A modest club, Maritimo are having a pretty decent season, currently sitting in sixth place in the league, just two points behind Sporting in fourth, and having won their last two matches on the trot. Yet the Madeira based club have a poor away record, having won just two and lost ten of their last 20 away games.