Dortmund vs Hoffenheim by Gaz12321

Dortmund host Hoffenheim desperately searching for a glimmer of hope in a so far disastrous league campaign, they currently sit at the bottom of the Bundesliga after 13 games which is a huge shock to the system for a club that is usually Bayern's closest rivals by some distance. Many times this season Klopp has bemoaned his bad luck with a massive injury list but to be honest it's little excuse for such a great club being in such peril. The squad is getting someway near it's strong self again but the continuing absence of key player Marco Reus appears to be having a massive effect on performances with the likes of Kagawa and Mikhitaryan unable to reach the sort of form we've come to expect from them.


Visitors Hoffenheim are sitting pretty in 7th at the moment and are once again doing a great job of entertaining in the Bundesliga, over the past year or so they have grown a big reputation for goal production in games and with Dortmund's defensive vulnerabilities this season taken in to account this should be a goal fest. Hoffenheim's form has been indifferent of late with 3 wins, 3 losses and a draw from their last 7 games, however the goal ratios are big with 12 goals scored and 16 goals conceded we can expect some entertainment. It's worth noting that Hoffenheim have conceded at least 3 goals in each of their last 4 games in the league.


Odds on goal markets reflect the stats for this game and it's difficult to find value in that market which is why I have ventured in to the goal scorers market, I would expect Dortmund to score at least twice this evening and with the frightening pace that Aubameyang possesses I would expect him to have a number of chances in behind the defence this evening. Having notched 4 goals already this season odds of above evens for him to score at anytime in a game like this is hard to turn a blind eye
Pick Bookmaker Odds * Stake Result
Pierre Aubameyang Anytime Scorer BetVictor 2.10 4 1-0 LOST (-4 units)
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.
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Comments (1)
Aubameyang has scored, twice! Both have been questionably called offside! How harsh is that?
12/06/2014 - 01:08
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