Following Hamburg spectacularly withdrew their marketing chances last time, they go for one more season in the second-tier. They have started well, however, with four points from their starting two, and now I am backing them to beat a Bochum side that have just one stage and six concessions out of their very first couple.
An incredible 4-0 away beating of Nurnburg within their last trip sees Hamburg head to this one brimming with optimism.
Next up, I am financing Vitesse to conquer Zwolle at the Eredivisie with a -1 handicap.
Vitesse have conquered Zwolle in their last three encounters –all of which with a margin of two goals–and from what we’ve seen already this year, it is difficult to envision a different result.
The visitors lost their opening two matches of the season 3-1 against Utrecht and Willem II, while Vitesse pulled with Ajax in their warehouse prior to beating the above Willem II 2-0 on the street.
Evens seems a cost.
Huddersfield have looked awful this year, and with the strain currently cranking on supervisor Jan Siewert, I’m financing a second home defeat — this time against Fulham.
So far this season, the Terriers have lost at home to Derby, drawn at QPR and eventually on Tuesday were thrown from their Carabao Cup from League One Lincoln.
Fulham also started off badly with a defeat at Barnsley, however a fantastic home win against Blackburn got them back on course, and I believe they have far too high quality to drop points against a Huddersfield outfit who already look bereft of any kind of assurance.
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