Sports news - Get €5 FreeBet - The last day Bayern made an exceptional comeback in the match against Bochum, to go ahead to the next round of the DFB Pokal. The Bavarians had their eyes on the elimination right till the last stages of the tie when the players were successful to score two goals in rapid succession to post a 1-2 scoreline on the board.
At the same time, the Eagles witnessed a heavy 4-2 defeat away from their home against toppers Monchengladbach the next day. The first half fully belonged to the hosts, and though Adi Hutter’s team managed to make two goals in the latter 45 minutes, their rivals did the same too, to keep their two-goal lead intact.
At present, the title-holders are on a three-game winning run and were undefeated in 14 of their previous 15 overall games. They have scored twice or more in six of their previous seven match-ups. On the road, they are on a nine-tie unbeatable run and netted twice or more in eight of these.
Furthermore, against this rival, the Munich outfit has been the leading side for quite a long time. In fact, Niko Kovac’s team registered wins in six of the previous seven such clashes, and in the last three at this venue. Essentially, at this venue, the guests last won back in 2010. Taking these stats into consideration, the chances for the road win this weekend seems very likely.
Be that as it may, the home benefit will come into play at least up to some extent. Also take note that the Eagles are on a scoring line of 25 games from the previous 27 attempts, and did so twice or more in nine of their prior thirteen. As such, the BTTS’s scope looks very dominating this Saturday.
Bayern will likely have enough for Frankfurt who will have to yield something special if they are to beat the existing champions. With a long injury list and unsatisfactory defensive form, it's doubtful that they'll be able to keep the Bayern out.