Bet of the Day: Bayern Munich to strike early against Wolfsburg
German champions looking to reach Bundesliga summit
Bayern Munich enjoy playing Wolfsburg. Carlo Ancelotti’s men have scored 11 in three straight home victories against Die Wolfe.
Tonight’s hosts should continue that good run against the visitors, who are unbeaten in three. But the Coral News Team are expecting Munich to exact further punishment by striking early in the contest.
Bayern have hit six goals before the 30 minute mark in the Bundesliga this season. In fact, Die Roten have led 2-0 before the half-hour stage in three of their five league matches already this campaign.
Against a Wolfsburg side under new management, Ancelotti’s men should continue their streak of early starts. Coral’s Bet of the Day is Bayern Munich to be winning after 30 minutes at Evens.
Hotshot Lewandowski to strike again
Robert Lewandowski has been virtually unplayable so far this season. The Polish centre-forward has netted 10 goals from 9 games for club and country. And that includes scoring a brace on four separate occasions.
Wolfsburg are an opponent the 6ft 1in relishes coming up against. Lewandowski has hit 10 goals in his last five games against tonight’s visitors. That includes a brace of braces and an incredible five goal haul in a spectacular nine minute spell back in 2015.
With tonight’s visitors to the Allianz Arena searching for consistency under a new manager, the Pole will look to strike while the iron is hot. The 29-year-old is 8/5 to score 2 or more, while the hat-trick is 9/2.
Could Bayern run riot yet again?
It’s already been established that Bayern enjoying playing against their opponents this evening. Wolfsburg have conceded 41 goals in their last 13 fixtures against the Bundesliga champions.
And in all competitions this season, Die Bayern have already scored three or more in five games. With Lewandowski, James Rodriguez, Thomas Muller and Kingsley Coman to call upon up-front, the hosts have some serious firepower at their disposal.
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