German Bundesliga Betting Score Prediction today presents a super match between Dortmund vs Mainz, which will be played on Saturday, 13 April 2019 at 23:30 WIB, at Signal Iduna Park.
Dortmund must accepted a reality that their position dropped after experiencing a defeat 5-0 of Bayern Munich, this defeat once again gave the top position of the Bundesliga standings for Munich.
In the meantime, Dortmund are ranked 2nd with 63 points, this achievement is only one point ahead of Munich. While against Dortmund now, Mainz are ranked 12th with 33 points.
As for the prediction this time, Dortmund became the leading team with a depressed situation and demanded they win. Victory is the answer to their dilemma in the title race, and if it slips back then their hopes are getting farther away as Munchen is an experienced team.
Asian Handicap Market – Dortmund vs Mainz:
Dortmund 0: 1 Mainz
Score Prediction – Dortmund vs Mainz:
Dortmund 1-0 Mainz
Against Mainz, it can be said Dortmund have good capital. From their last five meetings, Dortmund won three wins, one defeat and one draw. This note gives a little answer that the Dortmund character is not lost.
Luck was achieved by Marco Reus, where they managed to win 1-2 at Mainz at the inaugural party yesterday. This victory has actually given the answer that Dortmund deserved to win and for today’s score, our prediction team saw a score of 3-0 coming as the hosts would immediately apply attacking tactics.
Head to Head Matches – Dortmund vs Mainz:
[24.11.18] Mainz 1 : 2 Dortmund
[05.05.18] Dortmund 1 : 2 Mainz
[13.12.17] Mainz 0 : 2 Dortmund
[29.01.17] Mainz 1 : 1 Dortmund
[27.08.16] Dortmund 2 : 1 Mainz
Dortmund’s Last 5 Matches:
[06.04.19] Bayern Munich 5 : 0 Dortmund
[30.03.19] Dortmund 2 : 0 Wolfsburg
[17.03.19] Hertha Berlin 2 : 3 Dortmund
[09.03.19] Dortmund 3 : 1 Stuttgart
[06.03.19] Dortmund 0 : 1 Tottenham
Mainz’s Last 5 Matches:
[06.04.19] Mainz 5 : 0 Freiburg
[30.03.19] Werder Bremen 3 : 1 Mainz
[18.03.19] Bayern Munich 6 : 0 Mainz
[10.03.19] Mainz 0 : 1 B. Monchengladbach
[02.03.19] Hertha Berlin 2 : 1 Mainz
Dortmund: Roman Burki, Achraf Hakimi, Abdou Diallo, Raphael Guerreiro, Lukasz Piszczek, Thomas Delaney, Axel Witsel, Julian Weigl, Marco Reus, Jadon Sancho, Paco Alcacer.
Mainz: Florian Muller, Daniel Brosinski, Stefan Bell, Alexander Hack, Aaron Caricol, Jean-Philippe Gbamin, Pierre Kunde Malong, Levin Oztunali, Jean-Paul Boetius, Jean-Philippe Mateta, Robin Quaison.