Last season, Bayern Munich once again came out on top, winning their 8th title in a row.
In the campaign, they won 26, drew four and lost four, scoring 100 goals and conceding 32, a positive balance of 68.
Completing the top four were Borussia Dortmund, with 69 points, RB Leipzig, with 66 and Borussia Mönchengladbach, with 65, all of which qualified for the Champions League.
Then Bayer Leverkusen, Hoffenheim and Wolfsburg took the Europa League spots.
With 34% of his team’s goals, Robert Lewandowski was the top scorer of the 2019/20 Bundesliga, putting 34 balls in the net. The closest to the Pole was RB Leipzig’s Timo Werner, with 28.
Another athlete worth mentioning is Bayern’s Thomas Müller, who was the competition’s assist leader with 21 goal passes.
Best markets to bet on in the competition!
With their star-studded squad and their eight titles in a row, Bayern Munich are the favourites to win every game, home and away.
Therefore, bets on the Bavarians are always indicated, regardless of the match situation.
However, there are a lot of teams that can get tough, like Borussia Dortmund, RB Leipzig, Bayer Leverkusen and Borussia Monchengladbach. These teams, when not facing each other, are considered favourites in most duels.
Teams with good performances at home and away!
Last season, Bayern was the home side with 13 wins from 17 games, but two other teams deserve to be highlighted for their home performances.
Borussia Mönchengladbach, the second best home campaign, had 12 wins, two draws and only three defeats. Dortmund were a close second, with 11 wins, three draws and three defeats.
On the road, the Bavarians once again led the way with 13 wins, two draws and two defeats. In second place, however, were RB Leipzig, with 11 wins, four draws and two defeats.
Closing out the top three were once again Dortmund, with 10 wins, three draws and four defeats away from home.
Bayern Munich are the competition’s most successful club with 30 titles, 21 more than second-placed Nuremberg with nine.
The Bavarians are on a run of eight titles in a row, dominating Germany.
At the bottom of the list are Borussia Dortmund with eight titles, Schalke with seven and Hamburger Sport-Verein with six. With five, two more teams, Borussia Monchengladbach and Stuttgart, and with four wins Kaiserslautern and Werder Bremen.
These are the biggest winners in the Bundesliga. The Bundesliga is a veritable goal machine, and the numbers speak for themselves. With 306 matches played per season, the average number of goals in the net is extremely high, and to show this let’s look at the figures for the last three seasons.
In the 2019/20 season there were 982 goals, an average of 3.21 goals per game.
A season earlier, in 2018/2019, there were 973 balls in the net, an average of 3.18 goals per game.
On that basis, it is important to always keep an eye on the odds values as there are matches that offer acceptable entries at above 1.5 goals, which is well below the cut-off score. The option above 2.5 is also likely in several matches, but never forget to make a prior analysis beforehand, to know how the teams arrive to the duel.