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Bundesliga Winner Odds 2022/23: Outright betting odds for the German top-flight title

By Dean Smith

Published: 22:30, 21 September 2022

Can Bayern win their 11th consecutive Bundesliga title or will we finally have new winners in 2022/23?

Find the latest Bundesliga title odds for the 2022/2023 season here:

Club Paddy Power Sky Bet
Bayern Munich 1/7 1/7
Borussia Dortmund 8/1 8/1
RB Leipzig 25/1 28/1
Union Berlin 40/1 50/1
Freiburg 60/1 50/1
Hoffenheim 60/1 66/1
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Who are favourites to win the Bundesliga?

In what will come as a surprise to absolutely no one, Bayern Munich remain heavy odds-on favourites to win the Bundesliga for the 11th consecutive season despite their concerning start to the season, in which they haven’t won in four successive games.

Still, they are the most successful side in German history and finished eight points clear of second place Borussia Dortmund last term and will be hoping for the same again in 2022/23, even if their Der Klassiker rivals are ahead of them in these early stages.

Despite starting last season with a disappointing draw away at Gladbach, Julian Nagelsmann’s side went on to win 17 of their next 20 matches and sit comfortably on top of the table once more. Their points total of 77 however, was their lowest since the 2011/12 when they finished second and opposition sides will be hoping that they can close the gap once more this term.


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Which teams are expected to put up a fight?

Borussia Dortmund are usually the closest team to Bayern Munich and have finished as runners-up to their Klassiker rivals in three of the last four seasons.

Having looked close to Bayern just before the winter break in 2021/22, Dortmund lost Der Klassiker in slightly controversial fashion and a nine-point gap was opened that they couldn’t recover from. It will be interesting to see how BVB cope with the loss of the prolific Erling Haaland. Their most recent win in the Revierderby will suggest they are capable of thriving without him, though Marco Reus’ unpleasant-looking injury in that win over Schalke will cause concern.

RB Leipzig have finished in the top four in each of the last four seasons and will be hoping they can push Bayern all the way this season, especially if they can keep hold of Christoper Nkunku, who was directly involved in 33 goals in 34 league games in 2021/22, though they have already sacked Domenico Tedesco and appointed Marco Rose, who fell to former side Monchengladbach 3-0 at the weekend.

Bookmakers’ dark horses for the Bundesliga title

SC Freiburg have emerged as a surprise early front-runner. Despite defensive talisman Nico Schlotterbeck leaving for Dortmund, Christian Streich has maintained the balance in his squad and last season’s DFB-Pokal runners-up are now daring to dream of an inexplicable title run, though perhaps a heavy dose of realism is needed here as we are still just seven games into the season. That said, Freiburg have looked impressive in these opening weeks.

Union Berlin naturally deserve a mention as the division’s current pace-setters. The capital club are unbeaten after seven and have won five of those contests. Urs Fischer guided The Iron Ones up to the top flight in 2019; now he is daring to dream of another German triumph.


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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 in the Top Four , the “Without Bayern Munich” market and even more player specific markets such as 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.

Bundesliga relegation odds

At the other end of the table, sides will be doing all they can to stay in the Bundesliga and avoid the bottom three.

The bottom two sides are automatically relegated to Bundesliga 2, while the 17th place side face a play-off game to keep their place in the division.

In 2021/22, Hertha Berlin remained in the division after a 2-1 play-off win over Hamburg, while newcomers Schalke and Werder Bremen will hope that their returns to Germany’s top division lasts more than just one season.

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