Bayern today has its second ‘match ball’ to be champion

Bayern Munich today has its second ‘match ball’ to mathematically conquer the eighth consecutive Bundesliga and its 30th in its history. On Saturday, Borussia Dortmund avoided their mischief by defeating Fortuna Düsseldorf (0-1), but tonight the Bavarian giant, with a 7-point advantage and 3 days from the end, depends on himself to be champion.

A win at the Weserstadion against historic Werder Bremen, who plays for permanence in a dramatic season finale, would give Bayern the title. A draw would lead him to wait for Dortmund to play at home against Mainz tomorrow. If Bayern and Dortmund lost, there would also be a flirt.

Hansi Flick recovers his scorer Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Müller, the Bundesliga’s assists leader, after serving his sanction on Saturday in the suffered 2-1 against Borussia M’gladbach. In addition, everything indicates that the Bayern coach will not reserve entry as then to Alphonso Davies and Kingsley Coman.

21 straight wins for Bayern against Bremen

Statistics are overwhelmingly in favor of Bayern, who have beaten Werder Bremen the last 21 games since 2010. But Florian Kohfeldt’s team is risking its life in its desperate attempt to avoid its first relegation in 40 years. Penultimate in the table, Saturday’s win against the bottom and almost evicted Paderborn (1-5) has reinforced his morale as it allowed him to catch up with Fortuna Düsseldorf, who occupies the playoff spot for permanence. You will have to visit Mainz (15º) and visit Colonia (12º).

We will not give any gifts to Bremen

“We want to be champions on Tuesday, it is up to us. We will not make any gift to Werder ”, Flick warned yesterday, caressing his first title as head coach, surpassing the records of Pep Guardiola’s best start at Bayern, after winning the 2014 World Cup as an assistant to German coach Joachim Löw.

The final to 8 in the Champions brings good memories to Flick

Precisely this experience makes him optimistic if the Champions League were decided in August with an 8 final in a neutral venue. “I know that tournament format very well,” Flick said of the World Cup. Meanwhile, Kohfeldt keeps his feet on the ground. “There is no reason to face the game with any kind of euphoria. We have not yet won anything and we are in the relegation zone ”, assured aye