Ahead of this weekend’s return of the Bundesliga, the guys at Spreadex have crunched the numbers to give you some insight into the value bets.
Take a look below for a breakdown of Europe’s top five leagues with the Bundesliga leading the way in many of the top betting categories. Think over/under goals market, total corners and bookings.
In terms of the average number of corners per game across the last 5 seasons, the Bundesliga sits at 9.67, well off Serie A with 10.62. It also puts Germany behind the Premier League, which has managed an average of 10.54 corners per game.
Some of Europe’s top goalscorers ply their trade in Germany’s top tier too. Robert Lewandowski, Timo Werner, Erling Braut Haaland and England’s Jadon Sancho were banging goals in for fun before the season came to a halt in March.
Across the last 5 seasons, the Bundesliga has seen an average of 2.98 goals per game. That puts it ahead of Serie A’s 2.76, the Premier League’s 2.74 La Liga’s 2.70 and Ligue 1’s lowly 2.59.
A big thanks goes to Spreadex for providing us with the information included in this article.
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