B Munich v Stuttgart: Euro champs value in handicap markets
Another weekend means another cup final for Bayern Munich, who are 1/12 to complete a historic treble by disposing of Stuttgart by any means in Berlin.
Jupp Heynckes’ domineering outfit are 2/11 to become the first German side to win three major trophies in one season via a 90-minute victory, with Stuttgart 14/1 chances to prevail in normal time.
But as demonstrated by the seven-goal superiority Bayern enjoyed over their finalist counterparts across their two league meetings this term, an emphatic success for the Bundesliga champions should be expected.
FC Hollywood remain odds-on at 1/2 to overcome a single-goal handicap, but there is reason to suggest they can make light of much heftier theoretical disadvantages en route to German Cup triumph.
In a big 14 of their 29 Bundesliga victories this term, Heynckes’ charges won by two or more goals, a feat they are 23/20 to accomplish again in handicap markets here.
And it is not inconceivable that the European champions could see off a three-strike handicap at 13/5, as they have done on eight seasonal Bundesliga occasions this term.
As a dominant Bayern triumph appears likely, total result markets could also offer punters the opportunity to turn profit, with a vast amount of goals looking probable.
It is 21/20 that Arjen Robben and co. win a match involving in excess of 3.5 goals, as they have done 11 times in domestic league competition throughout the campaign.
And it should also be noted that whilst the Bavarians are ruthless going forward, they are immensely strong defensively too, conceding only once in their five-match run to this final.
They appeal immensely at 1/1 to succeed without being breached here, and are the same price to win both halves, a bet which looks equally unmissable.
Considering the nature of his last-gasp Champions League winner against Dortmund meanwhile, Robben is sure to prove a popular anytime scorer bet at 10/11, whilst the Dutchman can alternatively be backed to break the deadlock at 4/1.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.