GERMAN strugglers Ingolstadt have made a bad habit of starting slow – they prop up the Bundesliga after six straight defeats and have been behind at half-time in five of them.
The bottom club – whose winless run stretches back 12 matches to the end of last season – today host Borussia Dortmund who can get back to business after a rocky patch.
Thomas Tuchel’s men have gone two games without victory and failed to score in three of their last four away matches but now face the perfect opponents to help put that right.
Dortmund still have a handful of injuries to first-teamers but Marc Bartra, Lukasz Piszczek and Sokratis Papastathopoulos are all back to bolster the defence and up front Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang can fill his boots against a leaky home rearguard.
Ingolstadt’s first-half vulnerability makes the 29-20 offered by Betfair for Dortmund to be winning at both half-time and full-time worth a look.
In the Austrian top flight, it’s top v bottom and Sturm Graz – with eight wins from their last nine games – are 4-9 at Betfred to take the points at home to a Mattersburg side without a victory in seven.
Completing the treble is Swiss champs and runaway table-toppers Basel at 3-5 with Ladbrokes to beat Lugano for the 11th time on the bounce.
My goals line also stops off in Austria where the last six meetings of Altach and Admira has seen both teams score – same again today pays 11-12 at 888sport.
In Spain, the two sides with the worst defensive records collide as rock-bottom Granada entertain fellow strugglers Gijon. Both teams have netted in seven of Granada’s eight outings this season, and three of Gijon’s last four, and 10bet go 10-11 for btts here.
Completing the treble is the mid-table meeting of two Belgian sides, Mechelen and Mouscron, who’ve seen plenty of goals in recent games and Ladbrokes are offering 8-13 for strikes at both ends.
Euro Both to Score Treble
Altach v Admira (5.30pm)
Granada v Gijon (7.45pm)
Mechelen v Mouscron (7pm)
Dortmund HT/FT (2.30pm)
Sturm Graz (3pm)