They go again for one more year from the second-tier after Hamburg spectacularly withdrew their marketing chances last season. They’ve started well, however, with four points from their starting two, and I am backing them to beat a Bochum side that have only 1 stage and six concessions from their first few.
An extraordinary 4-0 away beating of Nurnburg within their last outing sees Hamburg head into this one teeming with optimism.
Next up, I’m financing Vitesse to beat Zwolle in the Eredivisie with a -1 handicap.
Vitesse have conquered Zwolle in their past few encounters –all of which with a margin of two aims –and by what we’ve seen already this year, it is hard to imagine a different result.
The visitors lost their opening two matches of the year 3-1 against Utrecht along with Willem II, while Vitesse drawn with Ajax in their warehouse prior to beating the aforementioned Willem II 2-0 on the road.
Evens seems a solid price.
Huddersfield have seemed awful this year, and with the pressure currently cranking on supervisor Jan Siewert, I am financing a second home defeat — this time against Fulham.
So far this season, the Terriers have lost at home to Derby, attracted at QPR and eventually on Tuesday were dumped out of their Carabao Cup from League One Lincoln.
Fulham also started off badly with a beat at Barnsley, but a good home win against Blackburn got them back on track, and I believe they’ve much too high quality to drop points from a Huddersfield ensemble who look bereft of any kind of confidence.

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