Bundesliga Bayern Vs Werder Bremen Matchday 32
When it comes to the Bundesliga, the ending is inevitable, the only question is when, as in when will Bayern Munich clinch their record eight-straight title? The first opportunity comes Tuesday night as they head on the road to face 17th place Werder Bremen. With a win over the weekend, Bayern have a seven-point lead with three matchweeks left and are one win from yet another Bundesliga trophy, and they will have their stars back as well. Let’s get right into action so you can place your bets against their Bundesliga odds in this Bayern Vs Werder Bremen affair.
Bayern Vs Werder Bremen Betting Preview
Bremen, who have the most ever seasons in the Bundesliga and haven’t gone down since 1979-80, are battling for survival, though they cannot be relegated on Tuesday. The teams met in December in Munich and while Bremen took a 1-0 lead into the 44th minute, Bayern scored six unanswered to roll to a 6-1 victory. Philippe Coutinho delivered a hat trick while Robert Lewandowski scored twice and Thomas Muller added a goal.
Bayern Munich Betting Preview: Lift the Trophy
The Bavarians were rather unconvincing on Saturday without suspended Lewandowski and Muller, but they found a late winner to beat Borussia Monchengladbach 2-1 at Allianz Arena. Dutch teenager Joshua Zirkzee score the opener, his fourth league goal of the season, before an own goal tied the match. A draw was not in the destiny though as Leon Goretzka redirected a cross in the 85th minute to get the hosts all three points.
Lewandowski returns having scored in five of six games since the return to play and the Polish superstar has 45 overall goals this season, 30 in Bundesliga play. Muller is also back and the midfield maestro has five assists and one goal in the last six games. Hansi Flick has been in charge of Bayern for 28 games, 25 of which have been wins, as they edge closer to another title.
- Bayern: Neuer (c) – Pavard, Boateng, Alaba, Davies – Kimmich, Goretzka – Gnabry, Müller, Coman – Lewandowski
- Out: Arp (knock), Tolisso (ankle), Thiago (groin)
- Doubtful: Coutinho (ankle), Mai (ankle), Martinez (stomach bug), Süle (match fitness)
- Coach: Hansi Flick
Werder Bremen Betting Preview: Battle for Survival
Bremen got a desperately needed win on the road Saturday when they beat last place Paderborn 5-1 and sent the hosts to the doorstep of relegation. Davy Klaassen scored twice in the first half while Yuya Osaka, Maximilian Eggestein and Noclas Fullkrug also found the back of the net.
Die Werderaner enter their final three games tied on points (one behind on goal differential) with Dusseldorf for the relegation playoff, as both teams chase FSV Mainz and Augsburg for safety. The good news for Bremen is after Tuesday, they travel to FSV Mainz on the weekend before hosting 12th place Koln in the season finale.
- Bremen: Pavlenka – Gebre Selassie, Veljkovic, Moisander (c), Augustinsson – M. Eggestein, Vogt, Klaassen – Bittencourt, Sargent, Rashica
- Out: Möhwald (knee), Sahin (hip)
- Doubtful: –
- Coach: Florian Kohfeldt
Bayern Munich Vs Werder Bremen Betting Lines
Bayern have outscored teams 21-6 in the six games back and one of the goals allowed was an own goal. On the road this season in league play they have 11 wins, two draws and two setbacks while winning the last 10 away from home in all competitions. Meanwhile, Bremen are horrible at home with 11 losses and just one win in 15 league games. Let the coronation begin.
My Bookie Free Pick: Take the Over 3 ½ goals (-120)