Bundesliga Predictions & Tips: How To Use Virgin Bet’s New Customer Offer

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Bookmaker Virgin Bet is offering new customers the chance to claim £20 in free bets when you sign up and place a first bet of £10, and we know just which Bundesliga bet to place this weekend to trigger this promotion.

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Bet £10 Get £20 In Free Bets: How To Claim

  1. Visit the Virgin Bet website
  2. Sign up for a new account
  3. Make a first deposit of at least £10 into your new online account
  4. Place a first bet of at least £10 on any sports market at odds of 1/2 or greater (see our recommendation below)
  5. When your qualifying bet is settled, Virgin Bet will credit your account with two £10 free bets.

Bundesliga Predictions & Tips: BettingPro’s Best Bet

Borussia Dortmund enjoyed an ideal return to action last weekend as they stormed to a 4-0 win over Schalke, but with Bayern Munich still four points clear at the summit there is huge pressure on them to follow that up with a win over Wolfsburg on Saturday. The good news for Dortmund is that winning is something that they have been very good at since the start of the year. Lucien Favre’s side have won eight of the nine Bundesliga fixtures that have played in 2020 and that should become nine in 10 at the expense of Wolfsburg. The home side could at least grab a consolation goal though. While Dortmund have managed clean sheets in four of their last five league games, they have not been racking up shutouts on their travels and this is a Wolfsburg team who have failed to score in just one of their last 12 competitive fixtures and have rarely drawn a blank over the course of the 2019/20 campaign so far.