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Freiburg vs Bayer Leverkusen: Tips and odds – Kai Havertz to score two or more goals at 11/2


BAYER LEVERKUSEN will hope to bounce back from their midweek mauling at the hands of Wolfsburg as they travel to Freiburg in Friday’s Bundesliga offering.

Wonderkid Kai Havertz has been Bayer’s shining light since the Bundesliga returned and has four goals in his last three games.


Havertz to score 2 or more goals against Freiburg has caught our eye at an enticing 11/2 with Betway.

A fiver on our tip for the German star to bag a double will land you £32, if it comes through.

We’re backing Bayer to get the win in this one and lightning-quick Frenchman Moussa Diaby to score anytime at 10/2 with Betway.

Bayer and Freiburg played out a 1-1 draw when they last met back in November.

While the hosts are sitting pretty in midtable, the visitors are currently fifth and have their eyes set on a lucrative Champions League spot.

Bayer could find themselves in third place by the end of the weekend, if they manage a win over Freiburg and other results go their way.

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