ONE of my best tips last week was Kai Havertz to score first for Bayer Leverkusen at 5-1.
Havertz netted the opener in Bayer's previous game against Rangers and went one better with a double in a 4-1 thrashing of Werder Bremen.
I also tipped the away side to cover the -1 handicap at 2-1 so it was a Super Sunday after weeks of Sluggish Sundays.
Havertz, 20, looks like he could be the next big thing and is being tipped to move to Bayern Munich at the end of the season. Coral make him odds on at 4-7.
Jurgen Klopp would love to sign the young German and he is 6-1 to move to Liverpool and 16-1 to transfer to Manchester City.
Havertz will need to be at his best today as Bayer travel to fellow Champions League contenders Borussia Monchengladbach.
Both enjoyed big wins last week – Borussia beat Eintracht Franfkurt 3-1 – and are in fine form and even without no fans this could be a cracker.
Borussia claimed all three points from the reserve fixture earlier in the campaign and repeat is a best 13-10 with bet365.
Borussia Dortmund were the biggest winners last week as they thrashed Schalke 4-0 – and it was fitting Erling Haaland netted the first goal after the restart.
The prolific Norwegian wonderkid, with 13 goals in 12 starts, is 14-5 with William Hill to net the opener at Wolfsburg.
Eight of their last nine meetings have gone Dortmund's way and they won 3-0 at home earlier in the season.
Time is running out for Paderborn who are 10 points adrift of safety. However, they'll feel they have a chance against a Hoffenheim side without a win in seven.
Paderborn battled to a 0-0 draw at Fortuna Dusseldorf last week while Hoffenheim were badly beaten at home to Hertha Berlin.
There is a chance of a home win but with Hoffenheim still missing star strikers Munas Dabbour and Andrej Kramaric best bet could be under 2.5 goals at 7-5 with Paddy Power.
Freiburg are at home to a Werder Bremen side fearing the drop for the first time.
Bremen are four points off safety and travel to side that took a shock point at Leipzig last week.
Freiburg have won just one out of seven at home to Bremen but are targeting a European place and should win at 5-4 with Sky Bet.
The late game sees Bayern entertain Eintracht and this should be a comfortable home win.
Bayern are on a run of seven wins and face a side with three successive defeats.
Niko Kovac lost his job after a 5-1 defeat at Eintracht and Hansi Flick has restored order and his players will be out for revenge.
My Saturday top tips will be on a separate post.