Bundesliga Betting: Foals to fail in the capital After securing 3/4 winners from the midweek fixtures, Kevn Hatchard's back with his final Bundesliga selections of 2019. You can prefer lớn the asian handicap tips page! Klinsmann kick to carry on Hertha Berlin v Borussia Monchengladbach Saturday 21 December, 17:30 Live on BT Sport and Betfair Live Video The new-coach bounce doesn't always work, but it certainly has in Hertha Berlin's case with Jurgen Klinsmann at the helm. With that Californian lilt and relentless positivity, he can sometimes sound like he's about to give you a lecture on the healing power of crystals, but the capital club have collected seven points from their last three games, and have secured back-to-back wins against top-half sides Freiburg and Bayer Leverkusen- According lớn the jackpot soccer tip page! Borussia Monchengladbach are level on points with leaders RB Leipzig, and they got back on track in the title race by beating Paderborn 2-0 on Wednesday. It was a far from sparkling display, but the gamble of resting key attacking players like Breel Embolo and Marcus Thuram paid off. The concern for coach Marco Rose is his side's recent away form - the Foals have lost three of their last four road matches in the Bundesliga. Hertha have unquestionably been given a boost by the coaching team of Klinsmann and Alex Nouri, and they seem overpriced here against a side that keeps slipping up away from Borussia Park. I'll back Home and Draw in the Double Chance market here at 1.75. BVB lớn wrap up year with victory Hoffenheim v Borussia Dortmund Friday 20 December, 19:30 Live on BT Sport and Betfair Live Video From delirium to dismay - fans of Borussia Dortmund experienced the full gamut of emotions on Tuesday night, as their beloved BVB played out an extraordinary 3-3 draw with league leaders RB Leipzig. Lucien Favre's side played some of this season's best football in the first period, moving the ball smartly and swiftly to negate the Leipzig press, and scoring two excellent goals. The second goal, a darting run by Jadon Sancho followed by a balletic spin and shot by Julian Brandt, was Dortmund at their best. However, the mask slipped just moments after the break. Goalkeeper Roman Burki headed the ball into space when well outside his penalty area, and Timo Werner rolled in his 17th league goal of the season, and just a few minutes later Werner was gifted a second by an errant Brandt backpass. Even though the effervescent Sancho managed to restore the hosts' advantage, they couldn't hold on, and Patrick Schick rescued a point for Leipzig. That failure will have stung Dortmund, and I think they might take out their frustration on Hoffenheim. The Sinsheim club still look a bit disjointed and fragile under new coach Alfred Schreuder, and they have taken just a point from their last three home matches. They have lost 4-2 to Augsburg and 5-1 to Mainz recently, and it's hard to see their porous defence holding up. Even though BVB are without injured skipper Marco Reus, they still have plenty of attacking talent, and the likes of Mario Gotze and Paco Alcacer are well rested and raring to go.