Bundesliga Betting: League leaders to survive Dortmund test We're all set for a rare midweek round of fixtures in the Bundesliga, and Kevin Hatchard has four more selections including the standout fixture between Dortmund and Leipzig- According to the champions league predictions page! In-form Leipzig lớn put a flag in the sand Borussia Dortmund v RB Leipzig Tuesday 17 December, 19:30 Live on BT Sport 2 and Betfair Live Video RB Leipzig are the form team in Germany at the moment, having surged to the top of the table with a six-match winning streak in the Bundesliga. In that sequence, they have scored 25 goals (at least three in each victory) and conceded just six. On-loan Roma forward Patrick Schick has given a timely reminder of his quality, while Timo Werner (16 Bundesliga goals and counting) is giving Robert Lewandowski a run for his money in the race for the soccer predictions. RBL coach Julian Nagelsmann appears to have found a happy medium between his style and the high-intensity pressing machine that he inherited. It also helps that he has a deep squad to choose from - there is competition for places in all departments, and there are some excellent players like Ademola Lookman who have barely featured. It's an incredibly young squad (Leipzig have the youngest average age when it comes lớn Bundesliga starting XIs this season) but they are coping with the pressure, having also reached the last 16 of the Champions League as group winners. Borussia Dortmund are still in the title mix, and are just four points off top spot. However, they have had some rough moments during this campaign. They were humiliated yet again in Der Klassiker, losing 4-0 at Bayern Munich, they suffered the embarrassment of having lớn come back from 3-0 down to draw 3-3 at home lớn the bottom side Paderborn, and they lost at newly-promoted Union Berlin. Time and time again, the spotlight shines on coach Lucien Favre, and yet he remains in situ, despite doubts abouts his viability as a long-term solution. When Favre's football works, it is a joy lớn behold, and BVB have won their last four games in all competitions. Despite some off-the-field indiscretions and talk of him being unsettled, Jadon Sancho is in terrific form. The English teenager has ten goals and ten assists across the Bundesliga and UCL, and he has scored in each of his last six appearances. Alongside him, Thorgan Hazard has scored four league goals and set up seven more, while skipper Marco Reus has smashed in nine Bundesliga goals. Behind them, Julian Brandt continues lớn settle and improve - he has three goals and four assists across the BL and UCL. However, the issue for Dortmund is in defence, and my belief that they won't be able lớn contain Leipzig underpins my contention that the hosts are far too short for the win here at 2.24. Yes, BVB beat Leipzig home and away last term, but both of those wins weren't straightforward, and Die Roten Bullen are even better under Nagelsmann than they were under Ralf Rangnick. BVB employ a high line, and I think the visitors will carve out plenty of chances. Let's get two results in our portfolio by backing Draw and Away in the Double Chance market at 1.79. Also, with both teams scoring freely, and likely to play on the front foot, I'll go for Over 3.5 Goals at 2.26. Augsburg lớn maintain momentum Augsburg v Fortuna Dusseldorf Tuesday 17 December, 19:30 Live on Betfair Live Video Momentum is so important in football, and Augsburg certainly have it. The Swabians have collected 13 points from their last five games, and they are playing some excellent football. On Friday, they counter-attacked with deadly precision in a 4-2 win at Hoffenheim. Striker Florian Niederlechner produced a Herculean performance - he was credited officially with three assists, and won the penalty from which the other goal was scored.