Bundesliga Table: Clubs That May Fail To Get In The Top Four
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Bundesliga Table: Clubs That May Fail To Get In The Top Four

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The football leagues around the world, including the German Bundesliga, have all started brightly on a positive note. Thus, the Bundesliga Table has started taking its shape, with each team scrambling to gather enough points to meet targets for this campaign. 

The football leagues around the world, including the German Bundesliga, have all started brightly on a positive note. Thus, the Bundesliga Table has started taking its shape, with each team scrambling to gather enough points to meet targets for this campaign. 

Each team in the Bundesliga begin new seasons with new aims and objectives, and the 2023/2024 season is no different. Some teams have the aim of actually lifting the league, while others aim to make the top four. Last season, Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich were crowned champions, having improved tactically after appointing ex-Chelsea manager, Thomas Tuchel.

Winners of the top-four spots are automatically qualified for next season’s UEFA Champions League. The UEFA Europa League and Conference League are goals for other teams. In addition, some Bundesliga clubs’ primary objective is to stay in the top-flight, while others seek to make the top half of the table. 

The race for the Bundesliga title went down to the wire as Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund competed. The Bavarians eventually won the title via goal difference after accumulating the same points as Dortmund, seventy-one points. The table then saw RB Leipzig and Union Berlin complete the top four positions.  

SV Werder Bremen hitman, Niclas Fullkrug, and now-Chelsea striker Christopher Nkunku topped the scoring charts last season in the Bundesliga. Both ended the season with sixteen goals each and shared the Torjägerkanone. Serge Gnabry topped Bayern Munich’s Bundesliga scoring charts last season with fourteen goals. The ex-Arsenal academy product was closely followed by Jamal Musiala, who notched twelve goals.

These teams are expected to keep pace, but some may not be meeting expectations. This means such clubs may not make the top four despite doing it before. These teams are the focus of this edition, and you can expect great insights from us. 

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SoccerVista’s Topic Of Discussion For The Week

This week’s edition on our widely respected Soccervista page will centre around the Bundesliga Table. This edition will specifically target and reveal two clubs who may not make the top four positions when the final Bundesliga table of week 34 takes shape. 

This summer’s transfer window has already come to an end with the new season in progress. The top four teams in last season’s Bundesliga table have already finalised their squad planning. These teams include Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, RB Leipzig, and Union Berlin. 

So, in this edition, we will take a critical look at the clubs that will most likely fail to make the top four positions in next year’s final Bundesliga table. We will also discuss the reasons behind our predictions with our readers. Lastly, we will reveal how punters can profit from the eventuality of these scenarios.  

The main objective of this edition is to highlight clubs that may fail to reach the top four in the final Bundesliga table. Although this has already been established, we already have a working guideline for how we pass the information on this page. 

Before we get to the main objective, we have to run our readers through some key details. In this page, we’ll first discuss what the Bundesliga top four means and why some clubs make it their season-long goal.

Bundesliga Table: Brief Overview Of The Top 4

Going all the way to win a league title is one of the most difficult things in football. This holds true if it is the English Premier League, the La Liga, Serie A, Ligue 1 or the Bundesliga. In particular, winning the German Bundesliga title requires a lot of quality, consistency and mental strength every season. 

Despite only one team being crowned champion, there are lots of quality teams in the Bundesliga top flight capable of winning the league. For teams that fail to win the title, the next best thing is to aim for the Bundesliga top four spots in the final standings. To nail a Bundesliga top 4 spot, teams need to end the season between the first and fourth positions. This means that the top four teams finish the season in either first, second, third, or fourth position based on point totals.  

Teams That May Fail To Get In The Bundesliga Table Top Four

Bayer Leverkusen

Die Schwarzroten had a great campaign last season but were not formidable. They finished the season in the sixth position, gathering just 50 points. The club sat behind Freiburg in the fifth position, and Union Berlin in the fourth position. They also won just fourteen games from a possible thirty-four, drawing eight and losing twelve. Also, Leverkusen have finished once in the top-four positions since 2019/2020. 

This season, they have shown great promise under the tutelage of Spanish legendary midfielder, Xabi Alonso. They have scored a lot of goals and are playing fluid attacking football which is classified as one of the best in the division. The signing of ex-Arsenal Swiss midfielder Granit Xhaka has helped tremendously, as his ability on the ball has helped the club retain and circulate possession with ease. 

Despite their promise and quality, Bayer Leverkusen may actually fail to make the top four after the final Bundesliga table takes shape. This is due to their defence which hasn’t been outstanding. They are still conceding cheap goals which could prove to be their undoing.

Another reason why Bayer Leverkusen may not make the top four despite initial promise is their European commitment. The club are competing in the Europa League, and there is no doubt that they would love to go far in the competition. Although they have a relatively easy group with the likes of Qarabag, Molde and Hacken, European football can be mentally draining, which will need their squad players to step up when the time comes, the question is, will they?

If you are of the opinion that Leverkusen may lose out on a top-four position in the final Bundesliga table, you can make money by staking on the possibility. Good Bookies like Bet365 and Bet9ja are ready to take your bets.

Union Berlin

Union Berlin have actually been in and around the top four positions since the 2020 season. They finally made it last season, and are representing the Bundesliga in the revered UEFA Champions League competition. They haven’t shone spectacularly this season as they struggle to hit the heights of last season.

Also, European football commitment will test their squad to its fullest capacity. It may get to a stage where they’ll have to forgo one competition for the other. If it comes to this, there is huge possibility that they won’t make the top four positions in the final Bundesliga table. 

If you are also of the opinion that Union Berlin may not make the top four at the end of the season, you can stake on this possibility with any reputable sportsbook hosted on our site. You can also read reviews of any bookmaker of your choice to better understand the intricacies. 

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Mayowa was born and bred in Nigeria. As a kid, he has naturally always been in love with sports, especially football being his most loved sport. Having gained admission into a higher institution, he moved in to play for the school team but was turned down several times. He managed to get into the school team in his final year and was able to win two trophies, a personal award of excellence whilst taking home the “Best defender of the year award.”