Matchday 8 preview

As we are currently in the midst of an international break, there is no German Bundesliga football currently being played.

Fans around the country and the rest of the world will either be tuning in to watch their national sides in one of the final breaks before the 2022 FIFA World Cup, while there will be others that will be lamenting the break in club football.

Actually, it would not be a surprise if there were a number of those who were frustrated by the break that have decided to play their favorite games at the online casinos that are available to use where the best gambling experiences can be enjoyed.

Thankfully, we will not have to wait too long before the return of the Bundesliga, though, with fixtures scheduled to take in just over a week’s time, thus providing us with Matchday 8 of the 22/23 campaign.

But, what are those fixtures? Let’s take a look:

  • FC Bayern vs Bayer Leverkusen (Friday 30 September)
  • SC Freiburg vs Mainz (Saturday 1 October)
  • Koln vs Borussia Dortmund (Saturday 1 October)
  • Wolfsburg vs VfB Stuttgart (Saturday 1 October)
  • Eintracht Frankfurt vs Union Berlin (Saturday 1 October)
  • RB Leipzig vs VfL Bochum (Saturday 1 October)
  • Werder Bremen vs Borussia Monchengladbach (Saturday 1 October)
  • Herta Berlin vs Hoffenheim (Sunday 2 October)
  • Schalke 04 vs FC Augsburg (Sunday 2 October)

As can be seen from the list of fixtures above, there are a number of interesting clashes to look forward to and to sink your teeth into immediately!

The game between Bayern and Leverkusen on Friday will be one that many will look forward to as there will be a number of sports betting opportunities available while punters play games at leroi johnny casino en ligne throughout the duration of the match.

Additionally, many will be interested in the games involving Wolfsburg and Stuttgart, as well as Frankfurt vs Union Berlin, and Werder and Monchengladbach. There is a lot that can happen in the Bundesliga after the international break and many sides will be hoping that they get their players back in a healthy status.

Bayern will be looking to end the rot that has been described as a crisis, while Union will be looking to try and keep their spot at the top of the table as they look to have the wildest of seasons and one that would be etched into folklore if it were to end in the same way it is now.