Bundesliga action is happening on Tuesday and the Pro Soccer Weekly is ready, willing, and able to help you profit off of the remainder of the Bundesliga schedule.

Pro Soccer Weekly is coming off a solid, 13-13 week and the Cash with Flash system allowed us to see a small profit. The picks weren’t as strong as last week’s incredible 15-4 mark, but a 28-17 record means those of you smart enough to take advantage should be making money.

Gary Lewis was the Man of the Week, posting a 9-6 mark. Flash wound up 2-3 and Eric ended the weekend with a 2-4 record.

Bundesliga matches begin at noon eastern tomorrow. Let’s take a look at the guy’s picks!

Gary’s Picks for Tuesday Bundesliga action. 


Borussia Dortmund v Bayern Munich – Dortmund to win with over 3.5 goals accumulated

Great game in prospect here with two giants of German football. 2nd v 1st at the famous Westfalenstadion.

Borussia Dortmund (W17, D6, L4) simply cannot afford to lose this game. Their victory on Saturday made it six straight Bundesliga wins – five of which came with a clean sheet, while five saw them register a half-time lead. Outscoring opponents exactly 2:1 in the first half (26:13) over the season, Dortmund has claimed 15 half-time Bundesliga leads (and 11 HT/FT wins), despite notching 64.86% of their total goals (48/76) in the second period.

The league’s best home side (W10, D3, L0), Dortmund have now scored 16 unanswered goals at the Westfalenstadion and claimed eight of their ten league victories here by a multi-goal margin. Dortmund is particularly dangerous between the 46th-60th minutes at home, scoring a league-high average of 1.08 goals (14) per game in that period.
Overcoming a Bayern Munich (W19, D4, L4) side also on a six-game Bundesliga winning run won’t be easy though, especially with Bayern even outscoring Dortmund over those six rounds (22:15), and winning 11 of their last 13 league games despite a ‘-1 handicap’.
Bayern rate as the Bundesliga’s top away team (W9, D2, L2) scoring 2.85 goals on average per game. Fast out of the blocks, nearly a third of Bayern’s away league goals have arrived in the opening 15 minutes (12/37), with six of those arriving in the last three games! Subsequently, Bayern has racked up eight HT/FT league wins away from home and scored first in 11 matches.

Eintracht Frankfurt v SC Freiburg – WIN for Freiburg over 3 goals

Eintracht Frankfurt made it five successive Bundesliga defeats last time out, each of which saw them concede 2+ goals, for an average of 3.6 conceded per-match. Moreover, Frankfurt shipped the first-half opener in four of those games, conceding two first-half goals in each of their last three.
For better or worse, the Commerzbank-Arena often sees goal-fueled affairs in the Bundesliga. A significant 76.92% of the stadium’s league matches this term have produced over 2.5 goals, with the venue averaging 3.62 total Bundesliga goals per-match.
SC Freiburg’s brilliant start is coming undone, with a return of just three victories since the winter break (W3, D2, L5). Notably, all defeats during this period came without reply, and ten of their last 11 Bundesliga points were earned after they had scored a first-half opener. However, Freiburg has shipped the opening goal in ten of 14 prior away games so far (71.43%), and have trailed 1-0 at half-time in three of their last five on the road. Notably though, 64.29% of their away games have seen both teams score, with none ending goalless.

Bayer Leverkusen vs Wolfsburg – Leverkusen WIN over 3 goals accumulated

Unbeaten in seven Bundesliga matches, Leverkusen have registered a second-half clean sheet in four of their last five league outings. A 75.0% win-rate (W3, D1) across those four games is noteworthy, as is the fact that all of the wins in question saw Leverkusen bag an even number of goals overall, split equally across halves.
The hosts’ home league record since the start of December is near-flawless (W5, L1), with ‘Die Werkself’ averaging precisely 3.0 goals across the five wins. They opened the scoring on each winning occasion.
Wolfsburg has lost just once in league action since the start of February (W4, D3, L1), taking maximum points from the three fixtures within that sequence to see them score first. Of those three fixtures, however, two (both played away) saw them concede the second match goal.
The visitors’ winning return to league action (May 16) was their fourth Bundesliga away match without defeat (W3, D1). Three of those four matches saw Wolfsburg win the second half by a 2-1 scoreline, while each of the three victories saw their decisive goal arrive in the 60th minute or later.

Eric’s Bundesliga picks for Tuesday


Borussia Dortmund vs Bayern Munich

With just 7 match weeks remaining in this campaign will Bayern flex their dominance reigning over the Bundesliga for 8 straight campaigns or will Dortmund persevere and close the gap to within 1 point? Whatever the outcome is this should be one for the ages! Dortmund is off to a good restart to the season with wins over Schalke and Wolfsburg. Norwegian Erling Haland one to watch for Dortmund seems unstoppable at the moment. Bayern coming off wins vs Eintracht and Union. Dortmund the league’s best home record vs Bayern with the best road record. What does that tell you? Giving the attacking nature of both sides it will be a lively one to watch. We suggest the bet to take is that both teams will score and I also think to play the draw Tuesday. 


Eintracht Frankfurt vs SC Freiburg

Home side Frankfurt has been struggling in their return to play. With that said losses have come against Gladbach and Bayern. Two tough matches where plenty of goals were scored. Frankfurt netted 2 against the champions Bayern. That’s got to count for something. Freiburg- can they recover from a stunning loss vs Werder Bremen? With key players sidelined for Bremen the home team, Frankfurt wants this more than Freiburg. This match will not be scoreless with both teams scoring. Frankfurt with the win at home.


Bayer Leverkusen vs VFL Wolfsburg

Leverkusen aiming to extend their winning run to 4 hoping to secure a top 4 champions league spot. For that they’ll have to be on top of their game with a tough remaining schedule. They have been producing some excellent football. Once again the man to keep an eye on is Kai Havertz. Wolfsburg however is low on confidence following 2-0 loss to Dortmund. Leverkusen unbeaten in 7 Bundesliga matches they’ve managed to keep their opponents off the scoreboard in 4 of those second halves. I’m taking Leverkusen with the win.


Bayern Munich (-125) vs Borussia Dortmund (+275) Total: 3.5 Goals

Bayern is the overwhelming favorite in this match but they will be playing without key starter Thiago Alcantara. Alcantara missed last weekend’s victory over Frankfort and will be missed in this matchup. The loss is huge for Bayern but maybe not as big as it could be as his replacement, Leon Goretzka. Played admirably in his place. Bayern may miss Serge Gnabry, who played just 26 second-half minutes in the last match for the Bundesliga table leaders.

Dortmund is currently four points behind Bayern in the standings and they have lost six of their last ten matches to Munich. Dortmund hasn’t won an away match since it defeated Koln five matches ago but has won seven of its previous eight matches and might be without central defender Dan-Axel Zagadou, left-back Nico Schulz and central midfielder Axel Witsel are injured. Mats Hummels was replaced by Emre Can in Wolfsburg and is doubtful.

Cash with Flash expects a terrific football match between two of the league’s leaderboards but we like the value with the home side Bayern. Any price under -150 for Bayern is a steal and we suggest playing Bayern Munich to win this game. We also like the UNDER 3.5 goals in this matchup.

SC Freiburg (-152) vs Eintracht Frankfurt (+370) Total Three Goals

 Frankfort is in serious danger of relegation and has scored just four goals since their last Bundesliga victory all the way back in February. They’ve also conceded 18 goals since their February 7, 2020 win over Augsburg. That doesn’t bode well for the home side in this fixture.

Freiburg is looking to end a two-game Bundesliga losing streak with a win, a draw and a loss over their last five matches. Freiburg has a chance for European play next season but they need to end this losing streak and they have the perfect foil in the underwhelming home side Frankfurt.

Cash with Flash suggests eating the juice and playing the favorite Freiburg. They are the better side and have much to play for and a much-needed victory will keep them in the hunt for Euro competition.

Wolfsburg (+330) vs Bayer Leverkusen (-135) Total Three Goals

Leverkusen is looking to remain in the top four and they shouldn’t have any problems on Tuesday. Leverkusen is coming off a 3-1 win over Monchengladbach and has won four matches and a draw over its previous five Bundesliga matches. Defenseman Lars Bender is listed as out for this matchup.

Wolfsburg is sixth in the table and still has an opportunity to qualify for some type of Euro play next season but they have work to do for that to happen. Wolfsburg is coming off a 2-0 loss to Dortmund and has two wins, a loss and a pair of draws over its last five contests. Right-back William left-back Paulo Otavio and defensive midfielder Ignacio Camacho could be out for the rest of the season. Midfielders Yannick Gerhardt has a facial fracture and Josuha Guilavogui is struggling with a knee injury.

Cash with Flash suggests playing the home side Leverkusen to win this match. They have won eight straight at home and getting them at a price under -150 seems like a dream come true. We also suggest playing OVER three goals as Leverkusen has scored at least three goals and has won by at least two goals in each of its last five contests.

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