Bet365 release streaming service on Bundesliga

With Bayern Munich aiming to wrestle their Bundesliga title back from Borussia Dortmund, it is set to be an incredible campaign in Germany’s top flight, as users of Bet365 are able to watch all the La Liga action Bet365 live streaming online through their desktop, laptop, ipads or mobile devices.

Last season, it was Jurgen Klopp’s Dortmund that secured 1st position and it was relatively comfortable in the end. They finished with an eight point gap between themselves and Bayern, largely thanks to their run of six successive wins at the end of the campaign.

Now, it is time for them to repeat this success as they aim for a third successive title win. With some strong new signings on board – including German international winger Marco Reus – they will see themselves as the team to beat.

Dortmund have lost Shinji Kagawa to Manchester United though and the importance of this cannot be underestimated.

Bayern Munich will certainly be hoping that they don’t possess quite the same threat as the last couple of years.

As for Bayern, they need to bounce back from disappointment at the end of last season. Not only did they lose out on the Bundesliga title, but they were on the receiving end of a defeat to Chelsea in the Champions League final.

They now need to dust themselves down and play with the use of revenge as a motivation. They have signed plenty of new talent this summer too, with big things expected of Mario Mandžukić following his move from Wolfsburg.

It was Bayern that won the first battle between these two sides this season too, securing a 2-1 win over Dortmund in the Super Cup, but the pressure is really on Jupp Heynckes side to deliver as Die Bayern look to win back the title they last secured in 2010.

They are also favourites for the title at 4/5, with Dortmund available at 13/8.

Beyond these two, the most likely contenders are Schalke 04 at 16/1. They punched above their weight last season in finishing 3rd and to even be in the mix for the title would be a significant achievement. One shining light for them is they have manged to keep hold of top striker and Dutch international Klaas-Jan Huntelaar.

You then have Bayer Leverkusen who are now coached by ex Liverpool stalwart Sami Hyppia, Stuttgart and Borrussia Monchengladbach – who have lost some key players this summer – available at around 33/1 for a shock title win.

It seems more likely that they will be targeting a Champions League position, but who knows what could happen.

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