Saturday's Sporting Life Price Boost comes from the evening's Bundesliga clash, where Sky Bet have enhanced the price on star man Robert Lewandowski.
We've asked the team at Sky Bet for an enhanced Price Boost for Saturday evening's Bundesliga clash involving leaders Bayern Munich, who host Eintracht Frankfurt, with goalscorer Robert Lewandowski now priced at to score inside the opening 10 minutes.
The clash is due to get underway at 1730 BST (May 23), with Bayern already knowing the result from title rivals Dortmund's clash with Wolfsburg.
Robert Lewandowski passed the 40-goal mark in all competitions after scoring from the spot against Union Berlin last week and the Polish forward can be backed to start in style again here.
Lewandowski netted his 26th league goal in just 24 appearances and interestingly, as FootballCritic noted in their recent assessment of the weekend's games, 10 of those (42%) have been the first goal in the match.
No other player in Europe’s top five leagues has scored as many openers as the Pole.
Considering Bayern's ability in attack, they could come out firing against a Frankfurt side who disappointed last week, losing 3-1 to Borussia Monchengladbach.
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Borussia Dortmund once again have the advantage of applying the pressure to Bayern Munich as the current champions occupy the late kick-off slot on Saturday.
Eintracht Frankfurt are the visitors in what should be another routine victory for the Bavarian giants. They're currently enjoying a seven-game winning run across all competitions and the unbeaten run stands at 16 games since they were defeated by Borussia Monchengladbach in December.
You have to go up to Bayern scoring four goals to get an odds-against price across the board and, while it is a possibility, it feels like there is too much risk attached to it if there is still some post-break lag present among both teams.
As ever with games involving Bayern, and especially when they are the home side, we have to really explore the markets to find value.
The one area I've generally stuck with when it comes to Allianz Arena fixtures is corners and, given the opposition, I'm more than happy to continue with it here.
Backing a high corner tally has paid out in the majority of Bayern's home fixtures this season. Their average total stands at 12.6 for games in 2020.
In fact, you have to go back to their 4-0 hammering of Borussia Dortmund in early November to find the last competitive home fixture where the corner tally failed to hit double figures. In the nine games since then, the average has stood at 12.3.
The good news is that the enforced break didn't halt the trend of a high corner count either. The 2-0 away victory at Union Berlin had a total of 13, nine of which were in Bayern's favour.
There's a 2/1 price across the board on this game seeing over 12.5 corners and, playing to those averages, it looks good value.
With last weekend's Bundesliga previews returning profit, Tom Carnduff is hoping for more as he looks at Sunday's action.
Odds correct at 0930 BST (22/05/20)
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