Sunday's Bundesliga live streams: Hamburg to win massive six-pointer in battle against the drop
Will it be Hamburg or Mainz 05 that boost their battle against relegation in Sunday’s massive six-pointer in the Bundesliga?
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ContentsGerman Bundesliga Week 32 Live Stream LinksHamburg v Mainz 05 PreviewFreiburg v Schalke 04 PreviewUpcoming Bundesliga Streams
German Bundesliga Week 32 Live Stream Links
The German Bundesliga is being streamed live online by bookmaker bet365. The firm have every top-flight match available to all customers, including those in the UK, on their live streaming player, which can be found via the IN PLAY section of the website. The only requirement to watch a Bundesliga live stream is to have a funded bet365 account. Once registered, simply go to the IN PLAY section of the website and click on the Bundesliga live stream of your choice.
Hamburg v Mainz 05 Preview
This is a massive match at the bottom end of the Bundesliga. A run of three straight defeats have left Hamburg in the relegation play-off place, but they are only in the bottom three on goal difference and their visitors on Sunday, Mainz 05, are one of the teams currently locked on 33 points with them. That means the winner of this clash will be out of the drop zone when this weekend’s games are done – but who will it be? Hamburg may be in dire form right now, but Mainz have not been much better despite a recent win over Hertha Berlin. They are also woeful travellers so Hamburg look a good bet to make it five wins in their last six home games in the league.
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Freiburg v Schalke 04 Preview
Freiburg’s quest to qualify for the Europa League suffered a shock setback as they were beaten by rock-bottom Darmstadt a week ago, and they have now lost two of their last three games. Both of those defeats came away from home, though, so they will welcome the prospect of a home match against Schalke 04 this Sunday. Freiburg have won each of their last two at Schwarzwald-Stadion and that will give them plenty of confidence. Schalke, meanwhile, stopped the rot on the road with a 4-1 demolition of Bayer Leverkusen last time out and they are now unbeaten in their last three games in all competitions.
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