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Bundesliga Winner Odds 21/22: Outright betting odds for the German top-flight title

By Harry Edwards

Bundesliga Winner Odds 21/22: Outright betting odds for the German top-flight titleBundesliga Winner Odds 21/22: Outright betting odds for the German top-flight title

Published: 18:49, 9 February 2022 | Updated: 19:23, 23 March 2022


With the second half of the 2021/22 Bundesliga season well underway, read on below for the teams bookmakers currently have as favourites to get their hands on the Meisterschale?

Find the latest Bundesliga winner odds* for the 2021/2022 season here:

Team Bet365 Sky Bet Paddy Power William Hill Betfair
Bayern Munich 1/33 1/50 1/33 1/100 1/33
Borussia Dortmund 14/1 N/A 12/1 16/1 12/1
Bayer Leverkusen 1000/1 20/1 250/1 500/1 250/1
RB Leipzig 1500/1 25/1 250/1 N/A 250/1
Freiburg 3000/1 150/1 N/A N/A N/A
Union Berlin N/A 500/1 500/1 N/A 500/1
*You have to be 18+ to gamble. All odds within this article are accurate at the time of writing (18:30, 09/02/2022). BeGambleAware.

Who are favourites to win the Bundesliga?

In what will come as a surprise to absolutely no one, Bayern Munich are heavy odds-on favourites to win the Bundesliga for what would be the 10th consecutive season.

The most successful side in Germany history, there looked to be a point this season where they’d be pushed close at the top of the table particularly by Borussia Dortmund. But Bayern have stepped up and pushed on as Bayern do.

Despite losing on their return from the winter break, Bayern responded well and are now six points clear at the top of the Bundesliga table with 13 games left to play. While that gap is by no means impossible to bridge, Bayern have been known to make the distance count in previous seasons.


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Which teams are expected to put up a fight?

Borussia Dortmund are the closest team to Bayern Munich but they are once again finding it tough to keep up with their Klassiker rivals. Having looked close to Bayern just before the winter break, Dortmund lost Der Klassiker in slightly controversial fashion and a nine-point gap was opened. Marco Rose’s men have cut the gap to six after losing just two of their following 13 matches, but must keep winning to have any chance of dethroning Bayern.

It’s Leverkusen who sit third in the table, but they are a further nine points back from Dortmund after two defeats in their last five games.

Bookmakers’ dark horses for the Bundesliga title

An impressive start to 2022 has seen RB Leipzig climb to fourth in the Bundesliga, level on points with Leverkusen but still a away off Bayern.

After Jesse Marsch was sacked in December, Domenico Tedesco has overseen seven victories in their opening 10 matches of the calendar year.

The likes of Freiburg and Hoffenheim are also in contention, but a slump in form has seen Union Berlin fall away after a promising start to the campaign.


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Bundesliga outright odds: Other markets

You can bet on many more outright markets than just the Bundesliga winner. As well as backing a team to lift the trophy, many bookmakers offer markets such as To Finish Top Four and Without Bayern Munich and even more player specific markets such as the Top Scorer.

The teams being backed to “win” Without Bayern Munich are obviously those pushing them closest in overall title odds, but the To Finish Top Four is certainly interesting. Union Berlin and Freiburg are the outsiders joining Dortmund, Leverkusen and Leipzig while Hoffenheim and FC Koln are interesting outliers.

Bundesliga relegation odds

Perhaps more exciting than the Bundesliga title race right now is the battle against relegation from Germany’s top flight. Greuther Furth may already be down and out with just 15 points from their opening 27 matches, but things just above them are still close.

Just a point separates 14th-placed Stuttgart and Arminia Bielefeld in 17th, with Augsburg and Hertha Berlin also right in the mix to drop into 2. Bundesliga.

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