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Bundesliga Odds Legend
Betting on Bundesliga is something anyone can do. Whether you’re sitting at home in Munich and catching the games on your TV, watching the matches live, having a pint at a pub in Liverpool or waiting for the bus in Toronto, we’ll provide the easiest and fastest ways to bet the odds.
Our Bundesliga Odds page is designed to help you make the most strategic predictions possible. Here’s how it works: The negative values signify that a team is favored to win. The positive values signify the underdog. Let’s say that Borussia Dortmund is listed at -105. That would classify them as the favorite.
If Hamburger SV (not just a food, it’s a football club too) is listed at +250, then that would make them the underdog. Because there is the chance that the match would end in a draw, there will be another line listed underneath the matchup table (“Draw”).
The moneyline is a popular way to bet on Bundesliga matches because you only need to pick a club to win. If RB Leipzig are playing Beyer Leverkusen and you bet that the latter is going to win and they do, you have just won the moneyline bet.
Total Or OVER/UNDER
Totals betting, or OVER/UNDER is a fun way to make Bundesliga predictions. For instance, you can bet on combined goals scored by the two teams playing in any given matchup and whether the goals will go OVER or UNDER what the sportsbook predicts. (The place where you place your wagers is called the sportsbook.)
For bettors looking to make long-term Bundesliga wagers, the futures bet is the way to go. This type of wager allows you to bet on which team will win the championship title. The only issue with making bets on future events is that your money could be tied up for the duration of the season if you make a large wager. However, it could prove beneficial in the long run if you win your futures bet and get a major payoff at the end of the season.