Bayern Munich haven’t exactly made a stunning start to the Bundesliga season considering they began as odds-on title favourites but the German giants should nevertheless have too much for FC Zurich as the pair meet in a Champions League qualifier at the Allianz Arena.
Boylesports make the Bavarian outfit 2/9 to register a first leg success and that’s a fairly safe bet although it’s a touch short considering the solid Swiss outfit, William Hill’s 14/1 underdogs, did well to oust Standard Liege in the previous round and have won three on the spin domestically after a poor start.
Zurich will look to keep it tight and their two-leg tie against Standard Liege produced only three goals while Bayern have only scored once in their two league matches so goals could be at a premium. Backing the clash to produce fewer than 2.5 could be the way forward then, especially as bookies are anticipating a high-scoring affair and William Hill offer that bet at a massive 2/1.
Elsewhere, Villareal are even money at Totesport to return from Danish outfit OB Odense with a first leg advantage and Skybet rate Wisla Krakow at 21/20 to overcome APOEL Nicosia although the best bet in Poland could be bet365’s 11/4 for Maor Melikson to notch at any time, the Israeli having made a huge impact since joining Krakow in January.