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Borussia Monchengladbach v Bayern Munich (Saturday, 14:30)
There is a blockbuster battle in the Bundesliga this weekend as table-topping Borussia Monchengladbach go toe-to-toe with Bayern Munich. Marco Rose's men have been the surprise package in Germany this season and currently lead the way after 13 rounds of fixtures.
The free-flowing Foals fired four past Freiburg last Sunday and they will go into this showdown with the German champions high in confidence.
The Bavarians are not having things all their own way this season and last weeks shock 2-1 defeat at home to Bayern Leverkusen saw the German giants finish the weekend fourth in the table and four points adrift of league leaders Monchengladbach.
Caretaker coach Hansi Flick appeared to have steadied the ship at the Allianz Arena prior to last weekend's setback and although I wouldn't back against Bayern bouncing back with three points here, I suspect the hosts will make this a closely-fought and competitive contest.
Monchengladbach have won six on the spin on their own turf they will be roared on by a partisan Borussia Park crowd and with that in mind, I'm going to side with Rose's men with a + 1.25 start at 1.775 with Pinnacle via VOdds . Taking this approach would generate profit as long as Bayern don't win the game by two or more goals.
Monaco v Amiens (Saturday, 19:00)
Monaco have made a stuttering start to their Ligue 1 campaign, however, they should be too strong for an Amiens outfit who are hovering above the relegation zone.
Luka Elsner's men are in the midst of a three game losing streak – a sequence which has seen Amiens ship 10 goals in their last three outings in the French top-flight – and such alarming form does not bode well ahead of a trip to the Stade Louis.
Monaco possess one of the deadliest strikers in the division in the shape of Wissam Ben Yedder – the French forward took his tally to 10 goals in 13 appearances during his sides 2-1 success against Toulouse in midweek – and the Monaco goal-machine could put confidence-stricken Amiens to the sword on Saturday night.
The hosts are targeting a sixth home in a row and given the firepower Leonadro Jardim has at his disposal, I fancy Monaco to overcome a -1:00 handicap at 1.780 with SBOBET via VOdds.
Marseille v Bordeaux (Sunday, 20:00)
Marseille will be targeting a sixth consecutive league win when they lock horns with Bordeaux on Sunday night inside the Orange Velodrome. Andre Villas-Boas' men currently occupy second spot in Ligue 1, however, they will be hosting an in-form Bordeaux outfit who are breathing down their neck.
Paulo Sousa's side have not tasted defeat since October and they will make the trip to Marseille high in confidence after hitting Nimes for six on Tuesday night. Only PSG have scored more league goals than Bordeaux thus far and given each respective sides momentum, a captivating contest could lie ahead when second plays third.
Indeed, Marseille have home advantage and superior quality to turn towards, however, Bordeaux will carry an attacking threat of their own, which could keep this clash competitive.
Therefore, I'm going to side with the away team with a +1.00 start at 1.750 with Crown via VOdds – a betting angle that would only see you out of pocket should Marseille win by two or more goals.