Odds to win the Bundesliga: Bayern Munich are hefty favourites
Bayern Munich has won the Bundesliga in each of the past 10 seasons. Photo by Matthias Schrader/AP

Bayern Munich looks to keep an iron-clad grip on the Bundesliga by winning an 11th straight title.

The latest: Bayern has drawn three straight games and now holds a one-point lead over Union Berlin after Matchday 18. That may seem slim but the former's -770 odds indicate that separation will be created, and quickly. RB Leipzig are two points behind Bayern Munich and hold the best value to pull off a miracle.

Here are the latest Bundesliga odds as of January 30.

Bundesliga odds

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TeamOdds (Jan. 30)Odds (Jan. 23)Odds (Jan. 16)
Bayern Munich -770-3,335-5,000
RB Leipzig +1,000+3,300+3,300
Borussia Dortmund+2,000+4,000+5,000
FC Union Berlin+4,000+10,000+12,500
SC Freiburg+6,600+10,000+8,000
Eintracht Frankfurt+8,000+10,000+10,000
Bayern Leverkusen+50,000+50,000+50,000

Odds as of 3:02 p.m. on 01/30/2023.

Best Bundesliga odds

The favourite: Bayern Munich (-770)

Bayern Munich hasn't faced much resistance during their 10-year reign of terror. They won last year's title with an eight-point gap over Borussia Dortmund, who have been runners-up five times during the past decade.

Dortmund came close to ending Bayern's run in the 2018/19 season when they finished two points back. But that was the only time in the past 10 campaigns when an opponent was within six points of the Bavarians after 34 games.

The Bavarian's one-point lead may seem slim, but truthfully, it's unlikely anyone is touching the kings of Germany this year.

Bayern has a plus-36 goal differential through 18 games — that mark is more than twice as good as RB Leipzig, who are the next closest team (plus-15).

The talent gap between Bayern and the rest of the Bundesliga is simply too large to bridge. Sadio Mane, Thomas Muller, Leroy Sane, Jamal Musiala and Serge Gnabry are all dominant forwards who would start on any team in the league.

They might be stuck in neutral right now but the levy is due to break sooner than later.

Other Bundesliga choices

It's unlikely that another team rises to the occasion to dethrone Bayern from its Bundesliga throne.

So much so that there's an additional market "winner without Bayern Munich" that offers odds on who will finish second in the league table. This is a far more competitive race.

TeamOdds (Jan. 30)Odds (Jan. 23)Odds (Jan. 16)
RB Leipzig +160+175+150
Borussia Dortmund+175+250+300
FC Union Berlin+500+700+900
SC Freiburg+800+700+400
Eintracht Frankfurt+900+700+700
Bayern Leverkusen+5,000+5,000+6,600

Best value: RB Leipzig (+1,000 to win, +160 to place second)

Leipzig finished second in the Bundesliga two years ago and could reclaim that spot again this season.

They rank third in points (35), second in goals (39) and have the second-best goal differential (plus-15). The Red Bulls won six straight Bundesliga matches heading into the international break before drawing Bayern Munich in their return to action — which is a great result.

After that, they won two straight games by a combined score of 8-2.

The team certainly has offensive talent — Christopher Nkunku's 12 goals are the most in the league while Dominik Szoboszlai's eight assists rank second.

Losing Timo Werner to an ACL injury will hurt Leipzig's chances of seriously contending for the title but they seem to be doing fine right now.

Team to watch: Union Berlin (+4,000 to win, +500 to place second)

Union Berlin sits second in the Bundesliga and we’re going to give them their flowers. The team has seen success so far thanks to a stout defence. Berlin's 22 goals against are tied for the second-fewest in the league behind only Bayern.

Berlin doesn't have as much star power as Bayern or Leipzig but there are still a few players worth mentioning.

Sheraldo Becker's seven goals rank are tied for the seventh-most in the Bundesliga while Cristopher Trimmel's five assists are also good for seventh.

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