Bayern – Frankfurt betting tip, prediction & odds 27.04.2024

FC Bayern – Eintracht Frankfurt betting tip

How does a team motivate itself for the last four matchdays when, after eleven championships in a row, it already knows that this time it’s someone else’s turn? FC Bayern must answer this question in our Bundesliga tips if they don’t want to be accused of distorting the competition.

Second place is not yet wrapped up, so it will be all the more exciting to see how Munich actually deal with these remaining four rounds. One thing is clear: in just a few days, FCB will be setting the course for the Champions League final!

This could well mean that the league match against Frankfurt on Saturday will be under a different star. The record champions had already slipped up against the Eagles in the first half of the season, so a 5-1 defeat like that is certainly not on the cards again

The fact that the home side are clearly ahead in all sports betting apps is of course self-explanatory. And yet, the lead (this time an average of 1.40 to 6.90) has never been greater than this weekend.

Why is that the case, why does Eintracht currently enjoy playing against Bayern so much and why are Munich always good for slip-ups? I’ll get to the bottom of all this in my Bayern Frankfurt betting tip and also reveal why I’m going for a BTS here

The prediction of the betting providers?

It’s always the same when Bayern play at home, a pure win bet doesn’t pay off. But: This time the odds have been set a little higher, perhaps also because the premier class will soon be calling. A win against Frankfurt brings with it an average of 1.40.

Frankfurt are the underdogs in the Allianz Arena season after season. However, they have not lost here twice recently, which means that the odds of 6.90 are lower than they have been for a long time.

SGE have drawn 50% of their last ten games, the same result as their last visit to the Bavarian capital. The average score for a draw on Saturday would be 5.20.

Analysis: Bayern vs Frankfurt

No championship celebrations in sight, no DFB Cup final to look forward to? Four matchdays before the end of the season, a number of FC Bayern players are asking themselves: How do we deal with this situation?

After eleven titles in a row, congratulations are in order, Bayer Leverkusen are the new 2024 German champions. As Munich are only three points ahead of VfB Stuttgart, even second place is not yet certain, especially as the direct duel still awaits

For the first time since the end of November, which really was a long time ago, the aim is now to win three games in a row. We did that again at the turn of the year, but there was a long break in between.

At the same time, I can also see that Bayern have conceded goals in twelve of their last 13 games. Only against 1. FC Köln did they keep a clean sheet, whether Mainz, Union, Darmstadt or Bochum – all the relegation candidates managed to score against the dethroned champions

Quota analysis

In fact, I would go for a handicap this time for the 1×2 bets. Why? Bayern can always be expected to slip up, and the focus could already be on the CL. Therefore, I would advise you to use the odds of 1.77 in the Betway app, which are offered for the 2:0 HC for the visitors.

The Champions League could also be a reason why Bayern are taking it easy. Therefore, I can well imagine being right with the bet on under 3.5 goals, the odds here show 1.90.

Including my prediction that both teams will score, I now come to a result bet. A 2:1 for FCB seems likely to me, as Eintracht should be able to keep up

A win against Frankfurt again at last?

Would a resting ball help to take the lead against Eintracht? 20 goals have already been scored in this way, on the other hand Frankfurt have only scored three times from a set-piece (no-one has scored fewer).

Without wishing to judge prematurely, Harry Kane is probably already looking for a place in the goalscoring charts, as he leads the list with 33 goals. After going scoreless twice in a row at home recently, he will be looking to celebrate again on Saturday.

The Englishman, who would also like to make a splash at the European Championship, remained pale in the first half of the season against SGE, which was no surprise in the 1:5 defeat

Frankfurt want to surprise again in Munich

Bayern have only won two of their last six matches against Frankfurt, and their two most recent home games (1:1 and 1:2) have not ended in victory. When was the last time Munich lost both matches in the same season?

In 1995/96, FCB went winless twice against the Hessians, so it’s been a long time. Eintracht Frankfurt should know: Scoring twice in a row at the Allianz Arena? Nobody else in the current first division has done that!

Eintracht are fighting for Europe and are currently sixth, five points ahead of FC Augsburg. And that’s despite the fact that their record of eleven wins, twelve draws and seven defeats doesn’t even read that well

Three of the last ten games have been won, and after four games without a win, the most recent 3:1 win against Augsburg was a resounding success. At home, of course, where they have only lost once in 2023/24.

Away from home, the Hessians have had far greater problems. Only four out of 15 matches were successful, with Heidenheim, Leipzig, Union Berlin and Hoffenheim being defeated.

It is also interesting to note that they have only won twice away from home. Offensively, not everything is going smoothly when you consider that Frankfurt only take 11.3 shots per game

On the other hand, FC Bayern have a shooting percentage of 19.7, more than any other club. Now there is even the threat of a negative premiere, which is indirectly linked to coach Dino Toppmöller.

For the first time under the coach, there could be three away defeats in a row. They have already lost in Stuttgart, Dortmund and Leverkusen, so traveling to top teams is not exactly popular.

Perhaps it helps that no key players are likely to be injured. It’s a different story for Bayern, who will be missing Leroy Sane, Kingsley Coman and Serge Gnabry

My Bayern Frankfurt tip:

Eintracht Frankfurt seem to be something of a scary opponent for FC Bayern! In recent years, Munich have regularly stumbled against SGE, and now they have the problem that their heads could already be in Europe.

In the league, FCB are only concerned with second place, and I could also see that the defense almost always concedes something. Frankfurt are currently relatively safe in sixth place, so they shouldn’t be under any pressure.

Ultimately, I can well imagine an open exchange of blows. Eintracht like Bayern and that’s why my tip is now:

Both teams score!

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