Bayern were expected to win the Bundesliga in the last round of matches, but some poor defending saw them lost to RB Leipzig and delay their title celebration. However, they do have a chance to win the title with maximum points here if Freiburg avoids a defeat at Schalke. If they win here it would also mean they have beaten BVB three times in a single season for the very first time.
One star man for this game in Robert Lewandoski. The Pole left BVB in the summer of 2014 and he has developed into one of the world’s deadliest strikers. He has netted 7 times against his former employer and has 23 Bundesliga goals already this season.
Bayern Munich are the form favourites ahead of this game, however, Peter Stoeger is yet to lose a league game as BVB manager and he could mastermind a win here.
Bayern have 4 wins in their last 5 meetings with BVB including the last two times they have met this season, would this be a third time lucky for them or can Michy Batshuayi fire BVB to a win a delay Bayern’s title triumph again?
Bayern have won 11 of their 13 league games at home this season and over 2.5 goals were netted in 77% of those games.