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Braunschweig v VfB Stuttgart Betting Preview, Tips, Latest Odds 6 March

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Mar/05/2017

Gambling911.com has your Braunschweig v VfB Stuttgart Betting preview and the latest odds for this Bundesliga 2 matchup Monday.

VfB Stuttgart was coming in at 6/4 odds, Braunschweig 7/4 and the Draw 2/1.  Half the betting action was on Braunschweig.

Braunschweig has one win in their last six overall with four draws. VfB Stuttgart has won five in their last six games.

Stuttgart have won 3 and drawn 1 in their most recent meetings.  VfB Stuttgart is an excellent pick for today.  

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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